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Far from dreading an encounter with the Iroquois, Fr. Garnier often told us he would be quite content to fall into the hands of the Iroquois and remain their prisoner if—while they were torturing him—he at least had a chance of instructing them as long as his torments lasted. If they allowed him to live, it would afford him a golden opportunity to work for their conversion, which was now impossible, since the gateway to their country was closed as long as they were our enemies.
— Father Ragueneau (Jesuit Relations)

1927 J. H. Arnold Plainsong Accompaniment
published 19 March 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

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PLAINSONG ACCOMPANIMENT • By J. H. Arnold • 174+ pages : : 1927 : : 1926 is when the Preface was written • Oxford University Press : : London, Humphrey, Milford : : Printed in England by Henderson and Spalding LTD • Sylvan Grove, Camberwell, London, S E, 15 •