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l that would be required before our return. "Our course, which led from the Ungigah (Peace) to the Slav

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e River, from thence to the Dog River, and from that to Slave Lake, was uneventful. The weather was extr

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emely cold, and we were much hindered by ice. It was after we left the lake that our trouble really comm

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enced. Our guide, who professed to know the route, mistook a small lake for the river, and led us into t

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t effect upon my Indians, who were already tired of the voyage. It was only too evident that they were d

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They said that, according to the information they had received, there were very few animals in the coun

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try beyond us, and that as we proceeded the scarcity would increase, and that we would perish from hunger. Seeing that this had no effect upon me, they said that some treacherous design was meditate

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d against me. A panic had seized them, and any further prosecution of the voyage, or of means of escape, was considered by them as altogether hopeless and impracticable. "Without paying the least a

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ttention to the opinions or surmises of my Indians, I ordered them to take everything out of the canoe,

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