号捕集结号捕鱼手机短信充值中心鱼手They most willingly embraced the proposal, and came all verycheerfully along with him: so we allotted them land andplantations, which three or four accepted of, but all the restchose to be employed as servants in the several families we hadsettled. Thus my colony was in a manner settled as follows: TheSpaniards possessed my original habitation, which was the capitalcity, and extended their plantations all along the side of thebrook, which made the creek that I have so often described, as faras my bower; and as they increased their culture, it went alwayseastward. The English lived in the north-east part, where WillAtkins and his comrades began, and came on southward and south-west, towards the back part of the Spaniards; and every plantationhad a great addition of land to take in, if they found occasion, sothat they need not jostle one another for want of room. All theeast end of the island was left uninhabited, that if any of thesavages should come on shore there only for their customarybarbarities, they might come and go; if they disturbed nobody,nobody would disturb them: and no doubt but they were oftenashore, and went away again; for I never heard that the planterswere ever attacked or disturbed any more.
信充心值中CHAPTER VIII - SAILS FROM THE ISLAND FOR THE BRAZILS集结号捕鱼手机短信充值中心集结机短号捕IT now came into my thoughts that I had hinted to my friend theclergyman that the work of converting the savages might perhaps beset on foot in his absence to his satisfaction, and I told him thatnow I thought that it was put in a fair way; for the savages, beingthus divided among the Christians, if they would but every one ofthem do their part with those which came under their hands, I hopedit might have a very good effect.鱼手
信充心He agreed presently in that, if they did their part. "But how,"says he, "shall we obtain that of them?" I told him we would callthem all together, and leave it in charge with them, or go to them,one by one, which he thought best; so we divided it - he to speakto the Spaniards, who were all Papists, and I to speak to theEnglish, who were all Protestants; and we recommended it earnestlyto them, and made them promise that they would never make anydistinction of Papist or Protestant in their exhorting the savagesto turn Christians, but teach them the general knowledge of thetrue God, and of their Saviour Jesus Christ; and they likewisepromised us that they would never have any differences or disputesone with another about religion.值中集结机短They were terribly surprised with our fire, and retreatedimmediately about one hundred rods from us; in which time we loadedour pieces again, and seeing them keep that distance, we salliedout, and caught four or five of their horses, whose riders wesupposed were killed; and coming up to the dead, we judged theywere Tartars, but knew not how they came to make an excursion suchan unusual length.详情