16 PREFACE TO VOL. XXXIII remarkable holiness even might the most holy Religious without sin envy." An account is given of the extent of the mission work, and the manner in which it is conducted. It has every prospect of suc- In one cess, were it not for the raids of the Iroquois. of these (occurring in July, 1648), they take by storm the mission village of St. Joseph, which they burn down; and Father Antoine Daniel is slain by the enemy, while encouraging his flock,— the first martyr in that mission. His virtues and piety receive a warm eulogy, and mention is made of several instances in which his spirit has, since his death, appeared to the other Fathers. In conclusion, those engaged in this mission live in peace, industry, and the practice of holiness. Madison, Wis., October, 1898. R. G. T.
LXVI (concluded) Relation of 1647-48 PARIS: SEBASTIEN ET GABRIEL CRAMOISY, 1649 In Volume XXXII., we published the first eight chapters of Part I. Herewith are given the remainder of Part I. and all of Part II., concluding the document.