But this was a mistake. Jean Bevoir and Flat Nose had been eager
for the fight, but word had come in at the last moment that the
attack must be put off, and such was the power of Pontiac and other
great chiefs of that vicinity that Flat Nose obeyed. As it was
impossible for the handful of Frenchmen under Bevoir to do anything
alone the whole scheme fell through, and then Bevoir lost no time
in getting back to where he had left the loot from the pack-train,
claiming that which had been allotted to him and his men, and
getting away further to the northwestward, where he felt tolerably
safe from pursuit.
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