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Oh, it is an admirable government, that is most certain! The kingdom is at present upwards of three hundred leagues in diameter, and divided into thirty provinces; the fathers there are masters of everything, and the people have no money at all; this you must allow is the masterpiece of justice and reason. For my part, I see nothing so divine as the good fathers, who wage war in this part of the world against the troops of Spain and Portugal, at the same time that they hear the confessions of those very princes in Europe; who kill Spaniards in America and send them to Heaven at Madrid.

Disengaged: gelöst, rücktest aus, rückten aus, rückte aus, ausgerückt, rücktet aus. enjoined: auferlegt, schrieb vor. heap: Haufen, Menge, Stapel, Häufen, Überschütten, Überhäufen, Stoß, Häufung, Ansammlung, Masse, Aufstapeln. insensibility: Bewußtlosigkeit, Unempfindlichkeit, Gefühllosigkeit. lastly: zuletzt, schließlich, zum Schluß. muttered: gemurmelt. overpowered: zähmtest, unterworfen, zähmte, unterwarft, unterwarfst, unterwarfen, unterwarf, zähmtet, überwältigtet, zähmten, überwältigten. overwhelmed: überwältigtest, überwältigte, überschüttetet, überschüttetest, überschütteten, überschüttet, überwältigtet, überwältigten, überschüttete, überwältigt.

My senses being overpowered, I fell asleep, or rather seemed to be in a trance. Thus I lay in a state of weakness and insensibility between life and death, when I felt myself pressed by something that moved up and down upon my body. This brought me to myself. '" German barbarous: barbarisch, grausam, roh. blacks: Schwarzen. captives: Gefangenen. corpses: Leichen. disengaged: gelöst, rücktest aus, rückten aus, rückte aus, ausgerückt, rücktet aus. enjoined: auferlegt, schrieb vor. heap: Haufen, Menge, Stapel, Häufen, Überschütten, Überhäufen, Stoß, Häufung, Ansammlung, Masse, Aufstapeln.

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