澳门 Their first business was to get canoes; and in this they wereobliged not to stick so much upon the honesty of it, but totrespass upon their friendly savages, and to borrow two largecanoes, or periaguas, on pretence of going out a-fishing, or forpleasure. In these they came away the next morning. It seems theywanted no time to get themselves ready; for they had neitherclothes nor provisions, nor anything in the world but what they hadon them, and a few roots to eat, of which they used to make theirbread. They were in all three weeks absent; and in that time,unluckily for them, I had the occasion offered for my escape, as Imentioned in the other part, and to get off from the island,leaving three of the most impudent, hardened, ungoverned,disagreeable villains behind me that any man could desire to meetwith - to the poor Spaniards' great grief and disappointment.
真人澳门真人娱场娱场Him that drew to choose first went away by himself to the hut wherethe poor naked creatures were, and fetched out her he chose; and itwas worth observing, that he that chose first took her that wasreckoned the homeliest and oldest of the five, which made mirthenough amongst the rest; and even the Spaniards laughed at it; butthe fellow considered better than any of them, that it wasapplication and business they were to expect assistance in, as muchas in anything else; and she proved the best wife of all theparcel.
澳门真人When the poor women saw themselves set in a row thus, and fetchedout one by one, the terrors of their condition returned upon themagain, and they firmly believed they were now going to be devoured.Accordingly, when the English sailor came in and fetched out one ofthem, the rest set up a most lamentable cry, and hung about her,and took their leave of her with such agonies and affection aswould have grieved the hardest heart in the world: nor was itpossible for the Englishmen to satisfy them that they were not tobe immediately murdered, till they fetched the old man, Friday'sfather, who immediately let them know that the five men, who wereto fetch them out one by one, had chosen them for their wives.When they had done, and the fright the women were in was a littleover, the men went to work, and the Spaniards came and helped them:and in a few hours they had built them every one a new hut or tentfor their lodging apart; for those they had already were crowdedwith their tools, household stuff, and provisions. The threewicked ones had pitched farthest off, and the two honest onesnearer, but both on the north shore of the island, so that theycontinued separated as before; and thus my island was peopled inthree places, and, as I might say, three towns were begun to bebuilt.澳门真人娱场娱场澳门And here it is very well worth observing that, as it often happensin the world (what the wise ends in God's providence are, in such adisposition of things, I cannot say), the two honest fellows hadthe two worst wives; and the three reprobates, that were scarceworth hanging, that were fit for nothing, and neither seemed bornto do themselves good nor any one else, had three clever, careful,and ingenious wives; not that the first two were bad wives as totheir temper or humour, for all the five were most willing, quiet,passive, and subjected creatures, rather like slaves than wives;but my meaning is, they were not alike capable, ingenious, orindustrious, or alike cleanly and neat. Another observation I mustmake, to the honour of a diligent application on one hand, and tothe disgrace of a slothful, negligent, idle temper on the other,that when I came to the place, and viewed the several improvements,plantings, and management of the several little colonies, the twomen had so far out-gone the three, that there was no comparison.They had, indeed, both of them as much ground laid out for corn asthey wanted, and the reason was, because, according to my rule,nature dictated that it was to no purpose to sow more corn thanthey wanted; but the difference of the cultivation, of theplanting, of the fences, and indeed, of everything else, was easyto be seen at first view.真人
娱场The two men had innumerable young trees planted about their huts,so that, when you came to the place, nothing was to be seen but awood; and though they had twice had their plantation demolished,once by their own countrymen, and once by the enemy, as shall beshown in its place, yet they had restored all again, and everythingwas thriving and flourishing about them; they had grapes planted inorder, and managed like a vineyard, though they had themselvesnever seen anything of that kind; and by their good ordering theirvines, their grapes were as good again as any of the others. Theyhad also found themselves out a retreat in the thickest part of thewoods, where, though there was not a natural cave, as I had found,yet they made one with incessant labour of their hands, and where,when the mischief which followed happened, they secured their wivesand children so as they could never be found; they having, bysticking innumerable stakes and poles of the wood which, as I said,grew so readily, made the grove impassable, except in some places,when they climbed up to get over the outside part, and then went onby ways of their own leaving.澳门真人详情