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1  Our travellers spent the first day very agreeably.
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2  At length, after travelling a hundred days, only two sheep remained.
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3  Our travellers from the other world amused themselves by looking on.
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4  The two travellers had the courage to commit themselves to the current.
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5  The travellers, however, took care to gather up the gold, the rubies, and the emeralds.
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6  Immediately Candide saddled the three horses, and Cunegonde, the old woman and he, travelled thirty miles at a stretch.
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7  The wind brought both so near to the French vessel that our travellers had the pleasure of seeing the fight at their ease.
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8  He received the two travellers with polite indifference, which put Candide a little out of countenance, but was not at all disagreeable to Martin.
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9  After this long conversation the old man ordered a coach and six sheep to be got ready, and twelve of his domestics to conduct the travellers to Court.
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10  Candide stayed in Bordeaux no longer than was necessary for the selling of a few of the pebbles of El Dorado, and for hiring a good chaise to hold two passengers; for he could not travel without his Philosopher Martin.
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11  This speech was agreeable to Cacambo; mankind are so fond of roving, of making a figure in their own country, and of boasting of what they have seen in their travels, that the two happy ones resolved to be no longer so, but to ask his Majesty's leave to quit the country.
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