运召 W.A. - By the same rule that we know Him to be God.
唤师lol幸运召唤师十月网址网址My very soul shrunk within me, and my blood ran chill in my veins,when I saw this; and, I believe, had the three English sailors thatpursued them come on, I had made our men kill them all; however, wetook some means to let the poor flying creatures know that we wouldnot hurt them; and immediately they came up to us, and kneelingdown, with their hands lifted up, made piteous lamentation to us tosave them, which we let them know we would: whereupon they creptall together in a huddle close behind us, as for protection. Ileft my men drawn up together, and, charging them to hurt nobody,but, if possible, to get at some of our people, and see what devilit was possessed them, and what they intended to do, and to commandthem off; assuring them that if they stayed till daylight theywould have a hundred thousand men about their ears: I say I leftthem, and went among those flying people, taking only two of ourmen with me; and there was, indeed, a piteous spectacle among them.Some of them had their feet terribly burned with trampling andrunning through the fire; others their hands burned; one of thewomen had fallen down in the fire, and was very much burned beforeshe could get out again; and two or three of the men had cuts intheir backs and thighs, from our men pursuing; and another was shotthrough the body and died while I was there.
运召唤师I would fain have learned what the occasion of all this was; but Icould not understand one word they said; though, by signs, Iperceived some of them knew not what was the occasion themselves.I was so terrified in my thoughts at this outrageous attempt that Icould not stay there, but went back to my own men, and resolved togo into the middle of the town, through the fire, or whatever mightbe in the way, and put an end to it, cost what it would;accordingly, as I came back to my men, I told them my resolution,and commanded them to follow me, when, at the very moment, camefour of our men, with the boatswain at their head, roving overheaps of bodies they had killed, all covered with blood and dust,as if they wanted more people to massacre, when our men hallooed tothem as loud as they could halloo; and with much ado one of themmade them hear, so that they knew who we were, and came up to us.lol幸运召唤师十月网址网址运召As soon as the boatswain saw us, he set up a halloo like a shout oftriumph, for having, as he thought, more help come; and withoutwaiting to hear me, "Captain," says he, "noble captain! I am gladyou are come; we have not half done yet. Villainous hell-hounddogs! I'll kill as many of them as poor Tom has hairs upon hishead: we have sworn to spare none of them; we'll root out the verynation of them from the earth;" and thus he ran on, out of breath,too, with action, and would not give us leave to speak a word. Atlast, raising my voice that I might silence him a little,"Barbarous dog!" said I, "what are you doing! I won't have onecreature touched more, upon pain of death; I charge you, upon yourlife, to stop your hands, and stand still here, or you are a deadman this minute." - "Why, sir," says he, "do you know what you do,or what they have done? If you want a reason for what we havedone, come hither;" and with that he showed me the poor fellowhanging, with his throat cut.唤师
网址I confess I was urged then myself, and at another time would havebeen forward enough; but I thought they had carried their rage toofar, and remembered Jacob's words to his sons Simeon and Levi:"Cursed be their anger, for it was fierce; and their wrath, for itwas cruel." But I had now a new task upon my hands; for when themen I had carried with me saw the sight, as I had done, I had asmuch to do to restrain them as I should have had with the others;nay, my nephew himself fell in with them, and told me, in theirhearing, that he was only concerned for fear of the men beingoverpowered; and as to the people, he thought not one of them oughtto live; for they had all glutted themselves with the murder of thepoor man, and that they ought to be used like murderers. Uponthese words, away ran eight of my men, with the boatswain and hiscrew, to complete their bloody work; and I, seeing it quite out ofmy power to restrain them, came away pensive and sad; for I couldnot bear the sight, much less the horrible noise and cries of thepoor wretches that fell into their hands.运召唤师I farmed upon my own land; I had no rent to pay, was limited by noarticles; I could pull up or cut down as I pleased; what I plantedwas for myself, and what I improved was for my family; and havingthus left off the thoughts of wandering, I had not the leastdiscomfort in any part of life as to this world. Now I thought,indeed, that I enjoyed the middle state of life which my father soearnestly recommended to me, and lived a kind of heavenly life,something like what is described by the poet, upon the subject of acountry life:-详情