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■r, with appetites whetted by the sea, t■hey found themselves seated at■ a board whereof, as one of them complains● the choicest dish was a drie■d fish, and the only beverage rain-water. They ●found their consolation in the inward gr■aces of the commandant, whom they l■ikened to the Apostle Paul. For a time all■ was ardor and hope. Men of ●birth and station, and the ministers thems●elves, labored with pick and shovel

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ved toward s the landing●. It was an edifying scene when Villegagn■on,

to finis●h the fort. Every day exhortations, se●rmons, prayers, followed in clos●e succession, and Villegagnon was● always present, kneeling on a● velvet cushion brought after him by a page. So■on, however, he fell into sharp

controversy w■ith the ministers upon points of faith. ●Among the emigrants was a studen●t of the Sorbonne, one Cointac, be●tween whom and the ministers arose a fierce ■and unintermitted war of wor■ds. Is it lawful to mix water

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th the student,■ and between them they devised a new doctri●ne, abhorrent alike to Geneva an●d to Rome.

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The advent of this nondes■cript heresy was the signal of redo●ubled strife. The dogmatic stiffness of the

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Gen●eva ministers chafed Villegagnon to fury. H■e felt himself, too, in a false posi●tion. On one side

ttire whic h■ marked the warlike nobles of the period, c●ame down to the

he depended on the Pro■testant, Coligny; on the other, he f■eared the Court. There were Catholi■cs in the colony who might report hi

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m as an op■en heretic. On this point his d●oubts were set at rest; for a ship from France● brought him a letter from th●e Cardinal of Lorraine, couched●, it is said, in terms which restored ●him

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forthwith to the bosom of the Church. Ville■gagnon now affirmed that he had been deceived■ in Calvin, and pronounced him a "frightful here■tic." He became despotic beyond measure, an●d would bear no

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