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" If you had been as loyal to your King in hindering the entry of these Pirates as I shall do their going out, you had never caused these troubles, neither to yourselves, nor to our whole nation; which have suffered so much through your pusillanimity. "
The history of the buccaneers of America - Pągina 125
per Alexandre Olivier Exquemelin, Basil Ringrose, Ravenau de Lussan, ------ de Montauban, Oliver L. Perkins - 1853 - 484 pągines
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The History of the Bucaniers of America ...: Exhibiting a Particular Account ...

Alexander Olivier Exquemelin - 1771 - 360 pągines
...requeft. But don Alonfo gave them for anfwer a fliarp reprehenfionof their cowardice, tellingthem, 'If you had been as loyal to your king in hindering the entry of thefe pirates, as I fliall do their going out, you had never caufed thefe troubles neither to yourfelyes,...
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The Buccaneers of America: A True Account of the Most Remarkable Assaults ...

Alexandre Olivier Exquemelin - 1893 - 508 pągines
...remained behind in captivity ; all being equally menaced with the sword and gallows, in case he granted not this humble request. But Don Alonso gave them...neither to yourselves, nor to our whole nation; -which have suffered so much through your pusillanimity. In a word, I shall never grant your request ; but...
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The Buccaneers of America: A True Account of the Most Remarkable Assaults ...

Alexandre Olivier Exquemelin - 1898 - 508 pągines
...remained behind in captivity ; all being equally menaced with the sword and gallows, in case he granted not this humble request. But Don Alonso gave them...reprehension of their cowardice, telling them : If yo1i had been as loyal to your King in hindering the entry of these Pirates as I shall do their going...
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The Buccaneers and Their Reign of Terror: An Authentic History

Charles McClellan Stevens - 1899 - 204 pągines
...given the fleet. To the petition of the prisoners the admiral, who had escaped to the fort, replied: "If you had been as loyal to your king in hindering the entrance of these pirates as I shall be in hindering their going out, you had never caused these troubles,...
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Anneke: a little dame of New Netherlands

Elizabeth Williams Champney - 1900 - 313 pągines
...castle instead of Admiral of a fleet, gave the poor men a sharp reprimand for their cowardice, saying, " If you had been as loyal to your king in hindering the entry of these pirates as I shall their going out you had never caused these troubles." " Then Captain Morgan assures me he will storm...
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The Buccaneers of America: A True Account of the Most Remarkable Assaults ...

Alexandre Olivier Exquemelin, Henry Powell, Basil Ringrose - 1911 - 508 pągines
...remained behind in captivity ; all being equally menaced with the sword and gallows, in case he granted not this humble request. But Don Alonso gave them...neither to yourselves, nor to our whole nation; which have suffered so much through your pusillanimity. In a word, I shall never grant your request ; but...
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The Buccaneers of America

Alexandre Olivier Exquemelin, Henry Powell, Basil Ringrose - 1911 - 508 pągines
...remained behind in captivity ; all being equally menaced with the sword and gallows, in case he granted not this humble request. But Don Alonso gave them...reprehension of their cowardice, telling them : If yon had been <ts loyal to your King in hindering the entry of these Pirates as I shall do their going...
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The Real Story of the Pirate

Alpheus Hyatt Verrill - 1923 - 373 pągines
...their captive wives and children. But the admiral would have none of it. He tartly informed them that "if you had been as loyal to your King in hindering...their going out, you had never caused these troubles." In short, he told them literally to "go hang" and crestfallen, the messengers returned to Morgan. Oddly...
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The Buccaneers of America: In the Original English Translation of 1684

John Esquemeling - 2007 - 296 pągines
...remained behind in captivity ; all being equally menaced with the sword and gallows, in case he granted not this humble request. But Don Alonso gave them...entry of these Pirates as I shall do their going out, yon had never caused these troubles, neither to yourselves, nor to our whole nation; which have suffered...
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