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Prisoners Freed Chapter: 27 Page: 217 "My island was now communityd, and I idea myself very generous in subjects; and it was a joyful cogitation, which I constantly made, how enjoy a tyrant I contemplateed. Leading of all, the well country was my own uninfluenced estate, so that I had an undoubted clear of territory. Secondly, my community were entirely subjected. I was independent employer and lawgiver, they all tit their speeds to me, and were prepared to lay down their speeds, if tshort had been ascertain of it, for me. It was remark-able, too, we had but three subjects, and they were of three irrelative ghostly. My man Friday was a Protestant, his father was a Pagan and a cannibal. And the Spaniard was a papist. However, I alltit volition of intuition throughout my territorys. But this is by the way. " -Robinson short initiate to dialogue encircling how he's very commodious and blissful of his island and his community that they alltit their speeds to him, and communication that he alltit volition of intuition throughout his territorys. sacred opendom" Chapter: 27 Page: 220-221 "He told me they were all of them very complaisant, proper men, and they were inferior the highest grieve imaginable, having neither weapons nor vestments, nor any aid, but at the gift and deliberation of the savages; out of all hopes of always unimportant to their own country; and that he was confident, if I would inferiorengage their release, they would speed and die by me. " When Robinson was distrustful of the Spaniard's men and he rule be ill used for his mercy to them and ascertain his event worse than it was precedently the Spaniard initiate to discriminate him encircling their event and their predicament following that Robinson stanch to sengage to succor them. Chapter: 27 Page:224 "I was accelerated cool in my hutch one morning, when my man Friday came present in to me, and determined obstreperously, "Master, aggravatepower, they are furnishing, they are furnishing! I jumped up, and unobservant of insecurity I went, as early as I could get my vestments on, through my diminutive copse, which, by the way, was by this spell developed to be a very luteous wood; I say, unobservant of insecurity I went extraneously my engagement, which was not my prescription to do; but I was surprised when, turning my eyes to the sea, I immediately saw a boat at encircling a coalition and a half interspace, be in for the bench, delay a shoulder-of-mutton sail, as they persuade it, and the twine blowing tolerably clear to induce them in: so I remarkd, immediately, that they did not furnishing from that party which the bench lay on, but from the southernmost end of the island. Upon this I determined Friday in, and bade him lie bar, for these were not the community we contemplateed for, and that we rule not perceive yet whether they were familiars or enemies. " -Here when Robinson jumped up and went out extraneously his engagement. He idea that the boat is for his familiar but he set-up out that they're an Englishmen. He was onfused consequently they rule be his countrymen and familiars or enemies and consequently of that he initiates to remark them. Chapter: 28 Page: 226-227 This put me in understanding of the leading spell when I came on bench, and began to contemplate encircling me; how I gave myself aggravate for lost; how turbulently I contemplateed consumequal me; what shocking apprehensions I had; and how I lodged in the tree all tenebrosity for timidity of substance devoured by turbulent beasts. " -Robinson said that following he saw three prisoners delay the Englishmen and following he remarkd the neglecton performance by the seamen they reunderstanding him of himself. Chapter: 28 Page: 228-229 "I came as close them undiscovered as I could, and then, precedently any of them saw me, I determined obstreperously to them in Spanish, "What are ye, gentlemen? They initiateed up at the rattle, but were ten spells further confounded when they saw me, and the boorish shape that I made. They made no exculpation at all, but I idea I perceived them honorable going to fly from me, when I spoke to them in English. "Gentlemen," said I, "do not be surprised at me; possibly you may entertain a familiar close when you did not wait-for it. " "He must be sent immediately from deity then," said one of them very gravely to me, and pulling off his hat at the similar spell to me; "for our predicament is late the acceleration of man. "All acceleration is from deity, sir," said I, "but can you put a foreigner in the way to acceleration you? for you look to be in some gigantic grieve. I saw you when you landed; and when you looked to ascertain contact to the brutes that came delay you, I saw one of them upraise up his sterm to deaden you. " -Robinson lay-hold-on the clear spell when most of the seamen were sleeping and go to the prisoners and dialogue delay them and ask them encircling their predicament and asked them how can acceleration them. Following that he set-up out that one of them is the chief of the boat his men entertain mutinied resisting him. And the other his compeer and a itinerant. Chapter:28 Page:230 "my predicaments are but two; leading, that time you alight in this island delay me, you furnish not similate to any antecedent short; and if I put engagement in your hands, you furnish, upon all ascertains, concede them up to me, and do no injury to me or mine upon this island, and in the meanspell be inferior by my orders; secondly, that if the ship is or may be resumeed, you furnish convey me and my man to England clause open. " -When Robinson agreed to sengage upon their escape and to resumeed the boat . his was his predicaments delay the chief and the two men and they veritable that and said that they would speed and die delay him so according to that Robinson gave them engagement and pistol and musket so they consumequal their plan and furnish and deaden the two who was the action of the form and curb the peace. Chapter:28 Page:239 "At diffusiveness they came up to the boat: but it is impracticable to direct their laziness when they set-up the boat accelerated agconsumequal in the brook, the influx ebbed out, and their two men past. We could hear them persuade one to another in a most lamentable style, discriminateing one another they were got into an enchanted island; that either tshort were fellow-creatures in it, and they should all be murdered, or else tshort were devils and spirits in it, and they should be all carried abroad and devoured. " -Robinson ordered Friday and the chief's compeer delay him to ascertain a juggle for the seamen which is to vociferate as obstreperous as they could to delineate the seamen as far into the island and incompact the woods as potential. So Robinson can go to the boat and trade delay the men inparty it. And when they came end to the boat noxious worn-out they and didn’t ascertain their men. Chapter: 28 Page:240-241 "In a term, they all laid down their engagement and begged their speeds; and I sent the man that had parleyed delay them, and two further, who to-leap them all; and then my gigantic military of fifty men, which, delay those three, were in all but prospect, came up and seized upon them, and upon their boat; merely that I kept myself and one further out of visibility for reasons of say. " -now each and alwaysyone of the seamen furnish to them and they won the conflict. Chapter:29 Page:245 "I was at leading prepared to suppress down delay the surprise; for I saw my escape, really, visibly put into my hands, all things self-possessed, and a liberal ship honorable prepared to convey me abroad whither I content to go. At leading, for some spell, I was not able to exculpation him one term; but as he had enthralled me in his engagement I held accelerated by him, or I should entertain procumbent to the cause. " -When the chief recaggravate the boat he gave Robinson a boat so he couldn’t direct his feelings he was so blissful and surprised. And he idea the chief was sent to him from deity to rescue him. Chapter:29 Page: 246 "When we had dialogueed a time, the chief told me he had brought me some diminutive relief, such as the ship afforded, and such as the wretches that had been so desire his aggravatepowers had not plundered him of. " -Here we note the charity between the chief and Robinson from this quotation we peruse what the chief induce to Robinson multifarious peel of aid and cloth. Robinson was very blissful delay it and as he said "he clothed me from commander to feet" Chapter:29 Page:247-248 I could not discriminate what was best for them, eventual they had a understanding to engage their lot in the island. If they desired that, as I had volition to concession the island, I had some attachment to concede them their speeds, if they idea they could transfer on bench. " _Robinson let the prisoners appropriate their lot to alight in the island if they neglect but the chief doesn’t neglect to concession them in the island. Chapter:29 Page:248 "When they had all professed their furnishingness to alight, I then told them I would let them into the legend of my foundation there, and put them into the way of matyrant it self-possessed to them. Accordingly, I gave them the well hilegend of the settle, and of my future to it; shtit them my fortifications, the way I made my viands, planted my corn, cured my grapes; and, in a term, all that was needful to ascertain them self-possessed. " -When all the prisoners professed their furnishingness to alight. Robinson initiate to discriminate them encircling the settle hilegend and some ways to ascertain their existence easier and concede them his fireengagement and description of the way he managed the goats and how to ascertain twain butter and cheese and concede them some aid which the chief had brought him to eat and bade them be confident to sow and extension them . Chapter:29 Page:250 "In this vessel, following a desire trip, I arrived in England the 11th of June, in the year 1687, having been thirty-five years absent. " -Robinson left the island The 19th of December in the year 1686 following he had upon it prospect and twenty years two months and nineteen and arrived in England the 11th of June in the year 1687.