维加When they were thus disarmed, and found they had made all theSpaniards their enemies, as well as their own countrymen, theybegan to cool, and giving the Spaniards better words, would havetheir arms again; but the Spaniards, considering the feud that wasbetween them and the other two Englishmen, and that it would be thebest method they could take to keep them from killing one another,told them they would do them no harm, and if they would livepeaceably, they would be very willing to assist and associate withthem as they did before; but that they could not think of givingthem their arms again, while they appeared so resolved to domischief with them to their own countrymen, and had even threatenedthem all to make them their servants.拉斯维加斯第一线上娱乐斯第上娱
拉斯乐The rogues were now quite deaf to all reason, and being refusedtheir arms, they raved away like madmen, threatening what theywould do, though they had no firearms. But the Spaniards,despising their threatening, told them they should take care howthey offered any injury to their plantation or cattle; for if theydid they would shoot them as they would ravenous beasts, whereverthey found them; and if they fell into their hands alive, theyshould certainly be hanged. However, this was far from coolingthem, but away they went, raging and swearing like furies. As soonas they were gone, the two men came back, in passion and rageenough also, though of another kind; for having been at theirplantation, and finding it all demolished and destroyed, as abovementioned, it will easily be supposed they had provocation enough.They could scarce have room to tell their tale, the Spaniards wereso eager to tell them theirs: and it was strange enough to findthat three men should thus bully nineteen, and receive nopunishment at all.维加拉斯维加斯第一线上娱乐斯第上娱The Spaniards, indeed, despised them, and especially, having thusdisarmed them, made light of their threatenings; but the twoEnglishmen resolved to have their remedy against them, what painssoever it cost to find them out. But the Spaniards interposed heretoo, and told them that as they had disarmed them, they could notconsent that they (the two) should pursue them with firearms, andperhaps kill them. "But," said the grave Spaniard, who was theirgovernor, "we will endeavour to make them do you justice, if youwill leave it to us: for there is no doubt but they will come tous again, when their passion is over, being not able to subsistwithout our assistance. We promise you to make no peace with themwithout having full satisfaction for you; and upon this conditionwe hope you will promise to use no violence with them, other thanin your own defence." The two Englishmen yielded to this veryawkwardly, and with great reluctance; but the Spaniards protestedthat they did it only to keep them from bloodshed, and to make themall easy at last. "For," said they, "we are not so many of us;here is room enough for us all, and it is a great pity that weshould not be all good friends." At length they did consent, andwaited for the issue of the thing, living for some days with theSpaniards; for their own habitation was destroyed.拉斯乐维加In about five days time the vagrants, tired with wandering, andalmost starved with hunger, having chiefly lived on turtles eggsall that while, came back to the grove; and finding my Spaniard,who, as I have said, was the governor, and two more with him,walking by the side of the creek, they came up in a verysubmissive, humble manner, and begged to be received again into thesociety. The Spaniards used them civilly, but told them they hadacted so unnaturally to their countrymen, and so very grossly tothemselves, that they could not come to any conclusion withoutconsulting the two Englishmen and the rest; but, however, theywould go to them and discourse about it, and they should know inhalf-an-hour. It may be guessed that they were very hard put toit; for, as they were to wait this half-hour for an answer, theybegged they would send them out some bread in the meantime, whichthey did, sending at the same time a large piece of goats fleshand a boiled parrot, which they ate very eagerly.
斯第上娱拉斯乐After half-an-hours consultation they were called in, and a longdebate ensued, their two countrymen charging them with the ruin ofall their labour, and a design to murder them; all which they ownedbefore, and therefore could not deny now. Upon the whole, theSpaniards acted the moderators between them; and as they hadobliged the two Englishmen not to hurt the three while they werenaked and unarmed, so they now obliged the three to go and rebuildtheir fellows two huts, one to be of the same and the other oflarger dimensions than they were before; to fence their groundagain, plant trees in the room of those pulled up, dig up the landagain for planting corn, and, in a word, to restore everything tothe same state as they found it, that is, as near as they could.维加W.A. - Yes, yes, my dear, He is infinitely good and infinitelygreat, and able to punish too; and sometimes, to show His justiceand vengeance, He lets fly His anger to destroy sinners and makeexamples; many are cut off in their sins.详情