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several interesting letters and journals. Chaumonok in hisEARLY UNPUBLISHED MAPS OF THE MISSISSIPPI AND THE GREAT LAKES.
When the party reached the scene of the battle, they saw the trees plentifully scarred with bullets, and presently found and buried the bodies of Lovewell, Robbins, and ten others. The Indians, after their usual custom, had carried off or hidden their own dead; but Tyng's men discovered three of them buried together, and one of these was recognized as the war-chief Paugus, killed by Wyman, or, accord[Pg 268]ing to a more than doubtful tradition, by John Chamberlain. Not a living Indian was to be seen.Before signing the capitulation Montcalm called the Indian chiefs to council, and asked them to consent to the conditions, and promise to restrain their young warriors from any disorder. They approved everything and promised everything. The garrison then evacuated the fort, and marched to join their comrades in the entrenched camp, which was included in the surrender. No sooner were they gone than a crowd of Indians clambered through the embrasures in search of rum and plunder. All the sick men unable to leave their beds were instantly butchered.  "I was 506
Drew off into the bushes, and ceased awhile to fight;
SEBASTIEN RALE.Frontenac at Quebec.
 Journal of the Proceeding of the Detachment of Seamen, in Sargent.
New France were resumed by the Crown for neglect to occupy Minutes of Council at Halifax, 3 July, 1755, in Public Documents of Nova Scotia, 247-255.