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                  . N.S. Archives, III. [Joseph Rôbinau de Villebon], Acadia at the end of the seventeenth century; letters, journals and memoirs of Joseph Robineau de Villebon
                   
                  . Buade* de Frontenac wrote to the minister in 1690 that, subject to royal confirmation, he had named “Sieur Robineau Becancour the older son to replace Sr. [René] Robineau de Portneuf the younger
                   
                  , Dictionnaire. Lorin, Le comte de Frontenac. H. H. Peckham, The colonial wars, 1689–1762 (Chicago, 1964), 31, 32, 43, 49, 50. P.-G. Roy, “René Robineau de Portneuf et
                   
                  the end of the seventeenth century: letters, journals and memoirs of Joseph Robineau de Villebon, commandant in Acadia, 1690–1700, and other contemporary documents (N. B. Museum
                   
                  the seventeenth century: letters, journals and memoirs of Joseph Robineau de Villebon, commandant in Acadia, 1690–1700, and other contemporary documents (N.B. Museum, Monographic ser., I
                   
                  Messire René Robineau, seigneur de Bécancour, grand voyer de la Nouvelle-France, pour le fief et seigneurie de Portneuf (3 sept. 1677),” APQ Rapport, 1925–26, 340–42. P.-G. Roy
                   
                  régime français, 1600–1700,” RSCT, 3d ser., XXXIII (1939), sect.i, 273–80. Ganong, “Historic sites in New Brunswick,” 273. P.-G. Roy: “Les Robineau
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