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幸运下载重庆幸运农场官方下载农场CHAPTER III - FIGHT WITH CANNIBALS

官方重庆BUT not to crowd this part with an account of the lesser part ofthe rogueries with which they plagued them continually, night andday, it forced the two men to such a desperation that they resolvedto fight them all three, the first time they had a fairopportunity. In order to do this they resolved to go to the castle(as they called my old dwelling), where the three rogues and theSpaniards all lived together at that time, intending to have a fairbattle, and the Spaniards should stand by to see fair play: sothey got up in the morning before day, and came to the place, andcalled the Englishmen by their names telling a Spaniard thatanswered that they wanted to speak with them.重庆幸运农场官方下载幸运下载农场It happened that the day before two of the Spaniards, having beenin the woods, had seen one of the two Englishmen, whom, fordistinction, I called the honest men, and he had made a sadcomplaint to the Spaniards of the barbarous usage they had met withfrom their three countrymen, and how they had ruined theirplantation, and destroyed their corn, that they had laboured sohard to bring forward, and killed the milch-goat and their threekids, which was all they had provided for their sustenance, andthat if he and his friends, meaning the Spaniards, did not assistthem again, they should be starved. When the Spaniards came homeat night, and they were all at supper, one of them took the freedomto reprove the three Englishmen, though in very gentle and mannerlyterms, and asked them how they could be so cruel, they beingharmless, inoffensive fellows: that they were putting themselvesin a way to subsist by their labour, and that it had cost them agreat deal of pains to bring things to such perfection as they werethen in.官方

重庆One of the Englishmen returned very briskly, "What had they to dothere? that they came on shore without leave; and that they shouldnot plant or build upon the island; it was none of their ground.""Why," says the Spaniard, very calmly, "Seignior Inglese, they mustnot starve." The Englishman replied, like a rough tarpaulin, "Theymight starve; they should not plant nor build in that place." "Butwhat must they do then, seignior?" said the Spaniard. Another ofthe brutes returned, "Do? they should be servants, and work forthem." "But how can you expect that of them?" says the Spaniard;"they are not bought with your money; you have no right to makethem servants." The Englishman answered, "The island was theirs;the governor had given it to them, and no man had anything to dothere but themselves;" and with that he swore that he would go andburn all their new huts; they should build none upon their land."Why, seignior," says the Spaniard, "by the same rule, we must beyour servants, too." "Ay," returned the bold dog, "and so youshall, too, before we have done with you;" mixing two or threeoaths in the proper intervals of his speech. The Spaniard onlysmiled at that, and made him no answer. However, this littlediscourse had heated them; and starting up, one says to the other.(I think it was he they called Will Atkins), "Come, Jack, lets goand have tother brush with them; well demolish their castle, Illwarrant you; they shall plant no colony in our dominions."幸运下载农场"Why, then, sir," said he, "be pleased to give me leave to lay downa few propositions, as the foundation of what I have to say, thatwe may not differ in the general principles, though we may be ofsome differing opinions in the practice of particulars. First,sir, though we differ in some of the doctrinal articles of religion(and it is very unhappy it is so, especially in the case before us,as I shall show afterwards), yet there are some general principlesin which we both agree - that there is a God; and that this Godhaving given us some stated general rules for our service andobedience, we ought not willingly and knowingly to offend Him,either by neglecting to do what He has commanded, or by doing whatHe has expressly forbidden. And let our different religions bewhat they will, this general principle is readily owned by us all,that the blessing of God does not ordinarily follow presumptuoussinning against His command; and every good Christian will beaffectionately concerned to prevent any that are under his careliving in a total neglect of God and His commands. It is not yourmen being Protestants, whatever my opinion may be of such, thatdischarges me from being concerned for their souls, and fromendeavouring, if it lies before me, that they should live in aslittle distance from enmity with their Maker as possible,especially if you give me leave to meddle so far in your circuit."

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