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1  The skipper seized his opportunity, set sail, and put out to sea, the wind favouring him.
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2  The sea swelled and foamed in the harbour, and beat to pieces the vessels riding at anchor.
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3  This is the practice established from time immemorial, among civilised nations that scour the seas.
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4  The immense plunder which this villain had amassed, was buried with him in the sea, and out of the whole only one sheep was saved.
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5  All will be well," replied Candide; "the sea of this new world is already better than our European sea; it is calmer, the winds more regular.
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6  Honest James ran to his assistance, hauled him up, and from the effort he made was precipitated into the sea in sight of the sailor, who left him to perish, without deigning to look at him.
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7  Candide and Martin could plainly perceive a hundred men on the deck of the sinking vessel; they raised their hands to heaven and uttered terrible outcries, and the next moment were swallowed up by the sea.
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8  Martin was for throwing the Baron into the sea; Cacambo decided that it would be better to deliver him up again to the captain of the galley, after which they thought to send him back to the General Father of the Order at Rome by the first ship.
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