棋牌 At the same time I ordered the mate to go into the great cabin, andsee what condition the poor passengers were in; and if they werealive, to comfort them, and give them what refreshment was proper:and the surgeon gave him a large pitcher, with some of the preparedbroth which he had given the mate that was on board, and which hedid not question would restore them gradually. I was not satisfiedwith this; but, as I said above, having a great mind to see thescene of misery which I knew the ship itself would present me with,in a more lively manner than I could have it by report, I took thecaptain of the ship, as we now called him, with me, and wentmyself, a little after, in their boat.
游戏In this interval the poor Chinese came in who had lost the camel,but he had no weapon; however, seeing the Tartar down, and hishorse fallen upon him, away he runs to him, and seizing upon anugly weapon he had by his side, something like a pole-axe, hewrenched it from him, and made shift to knock his Tartarian brainsout with it. But my old man had the third Tartar to deal withstill; and seeing he did not fly, as he expected, nor come on tofight him, as he apprehended, but stood stock still, the old manstood still too, and fell to work with his tackle to charge hispistol again: but as soon as the Tartar saw the pistol away hescoured, and left my pilot, my champion I called him afterwards, acomplete victory.玩798棋牌游戏中心中心
棋牌By this time I was a little recovered. I thought, when I firstbegan to wake, that I had been in a sweet sleep; but, as I saidabove, I wondered where I was, how I came upon the ground, and whatwas the matter. A few moments after, as sense returned, I feltpain, though I did not know where; so I clapped my hand to my head,and took it away bloody; then I felt my head ache: and in a momentmemory returned, and everything was present to me again. I jumpedupon my feet instantly, and got hold of my sword, but no enemieswere in view: I found a Tartar lying dead, and his horse standingvery quietly by him; and, looking further, I saw my deliverer, whohad been to see what the Chinese had done, coming back with hishanger in his hand. The old man, seeing me on my feet, camerunning to me, and joyfully embraced me, being afraid before that Ihad been killed. Seeing me bloody, he would see how I was hurt;but it was not much, only what we call a broken head; neither did Iafterwards find any great inconvenience from the blow, for it waswell again in two or three days.游戏玩798棋牌游戏中心中心We made no great gain, however, by this victory, for we lost acamel and gained a horse. I paid for the lost camel, and sent foranother; but I did not go to fetch it myself: I had had enough ofthat.棋牌游戏The city of Naum, which we were approaching, is a frontier of theChinese empire, and is fortified in their fashion. We wanted, as Ihave said, above two days' journey of this city when messengerswere sent express to every part of the road to tell all travellersand caravans to halt till they had a guard sent for them; for thatan unusual body of Tartars, making ten thousand in all, hadappeared in the way, about thirty miles beyond the city.
中心棋牌This was very bad news to travellers: however, it was carefullydone of the governor, and we were very glad to hear we should havea guard. Accordingly, two days after, we had two hundred soldierssent us from a garrison of the Chinese on our left, and threehundred more from the city of Naum, and with these we advancedboldly. The three hundred soldiers from Naum marched in our front,the two hundred in our rear, and our men on each side of ourcamels, with our baggage and the whole caravan in the centre; inthis order, and well prepared for battle, we thought ourselves amatch for the whole ten thousand Mogul Tartars, if they hadappeared; but the next day, when they did appear, it was quiteanother thing.游戏详情