1 Here, my dear friend," said he to him, "this thou must do.
2 "Surely you must be possessed by the devil," said Candide.
3 "You must have a vast and magnificent estate," said Candide to the Turk.
4 It is not my hand you must kiss," said the old woman; "I shall be back to-morrow.
5 We are going into another world," said Candide; "and surely it must be there that all is for the best.
6 It is plain such materials must have prodigious superiority over those pebbles and sand which we call gold and precious stones.
7 We must allow that the others were at least as wretched as he; but Candide hoped that the philosopher would entertain him during the voyage.
8 Certainly the Princess of Palestrina and myself must have been very strong to go through all that we experienced until our arrival at Morocco.
9 We have, each of us in his pocket, five or six millions in diamonds; you are more clever than I; you must go and bring Miss Cunegonde from Buenos Ayres.
10 A sergeant told them they must wait, that the Commandant could not speak to them, and that the reverend Father Provincial does not suffer any Spaniard to open his mouth but in his presence, or to stay above three hours in the province.
11 I make them lie with me sometimes, for I am very tired of the ladies of the town, of their coquetries, of their jealousies, of their quarrels, of their humours, of their pettinesses, of their prides, of their follies, and of the sonnets which one must make, or have made, for them.
12 It is natural to imagine that after so many disasters Candide married, and living with the philosopher Pangloss, the philosopher Martin, the prudent Cacambo, and the old woman, having besides brought so many diamonds from the country of the ancient Incas, must have led a very happy life.
13 He was only vexed at parting with his sheep, which he left to the Bordeaux Academy of Sciences, who set as a subject for that year's prize, "to find why this sheep's wool was red;" and the prize was awarded to a learned man of the North, who demonstrated by A plus B minus C divided by Z, that the sheep must be red, and die of the rot.