菲律2017国足菲律宾国足We were obliged to stay at this place six weeks for the arrival ofthe ships, and must have tarried longer, had not a Hamburgher comein above a month sooner than any of the English ships; when, aftersome consideration that the city of Hamburgh might happen to be asgood a market for our goods as London, we all took freight withhim; and, having put our goods on board, it was most natural for meto put my steward on board to take care of them; by which means myyoung lord had a sufficient opportunity to conceal himself, nevercoming on shore again all the time we stayed there; and this he didthat he might not be seen in the city, where some of the Moscowmerchants would certainly have seen and discovered him.
菲律国足We then set sail from Archangel the 20th of August, the same year;and, after no extraordinary bad voyage, arrived safe in the Elbethe 18th of September. Here my partner and I found a very goodsale for our goods, as well those of China as the sables, &c., ofSiberia: and, dividing the produce, my share amounted to 3475pounds, 17s 3d., including about six hundred pounds worth ofdiamonds, which I purchased at Bengal.2017国足菲律宾菲律国足Here the young lord took his leave of us, and went up the Elbe, inorder to go to the court of Vienna, where he resolved to seekprotection and could correspond with those of his fathers friendswho were left alive. He did not part without testimonials ofgratitude for the service I had done him, and for my kindness tothe prince, his father.菲律
国足To conclude: having stayed near four months in Hamburgh, I camefrom thence by land to the Hague, where I embarked in the packet,and arrived in London the 10th of January 1705, having been absentfrom England ten years and nine months. And here, resolving toharass myself no more, I am preparing for a longer journey than allthese, having lived seventy-two years a life of infinite variety,and learned sufficiently to know the value of retirement, and theblessing of ending our days in peace.菲律国足In this posture we encamped for the night; but the enemy was uponus before we had finished. They did not come on like thieves, aswe expected, but sent three messengers to us, to demand the men tobe delivered to them that had abused their priests and burned theiridol, that they might burn them with fire; and upon this, theysaid, they would go away, and do us no further harm, otherwise theywould destroy us all. Our men looked very blank at this message,and began to stare at one another to see who looked with the mostguilt in their faces; but nobody was the word - nobody did it. Theleader of the caravan sent word he was well assured that it was notdone by any of our camp; that we were peaceful merchants,travelling on our business; that we had done no harm to them or toany one else; and that, therefore, they must look further for theenemies who had injured them, for we were not the people; so theydesired them not to disturb us, for if they did we should defendourselves.详情