Ein Kritiker  bezweifelt die Einmaligkeit dieses Prozesses. Wer nach Dunkelwerden unter Deck Alkohol trinkt, ist mit dem Tod zu bestrafen. Kein Mann hat das Recht auszuspringen, bevor er Livres verdient hat. Streitigkeiten und Raufereien an Bord sind mit dem Tod zu bestrafen. Die Zwistigkeiten werden an Land ausgetragen, und zwar mit dem Degen oder der Pistole.
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For the history of the football team, see History of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Born about , it is likely that Exquemelin was a native of Honfleur , France, who on his return from buccaneering settled in Holland , possibly because he was a Huguenot. In he was engaged by the French West India Company and went to Tortuga , where he worked as an indentured servant for three years.
There he enlisted with the buccaneers , in particular with the band of Henry Morgan , whose confidante he was, probably as a barber-surgeon , and remained with them until However, he was later once again in the Caribbean as his name appears on the muster-roll as a surgeon in the attack on Cartagena in It was first published in Dutch , then translated into German , Spanish and English The Spanish translation adds new material quite freely and without acknowledgment, and mistranslates the Dutch frequently, while the English translation appears to be as much a translation of the Spanish edition, including most of its deviations from the Dutch original.
The French translation of is substantially a new work with many additions, including new pirate biographies Daniel Montbars and Alexandre Bras-de-Fer and complete rearrangements in some sections incorporating new material of unknown source.
Morgan particularly objected to the description of the capture of the third castle at Portobello in where the book said he had ordered the construction of ladders wide enough for three men to climb abreast; when they were completed he "commanded all the religious men and women whom he had taken prisoners to fix them against the walls of the castle Thus many of the religious men and nuns were killed".
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