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 left to exchange with them, when we departed from them, the people showed all signs of discourtesy and disdain as was possible for any creature to invent. We were, in despite of them, two or three leagues within the land, being in number twenty-five armed men of us. And, when we went on shore, they shot at us with their bows, making great outcries, and afterwards fled into the woods. . . . Having now spent all our provision and victuals, and having discovered about seven hundred leagues and more of new countries and being furnished with water and wood, we concluded to return into France.
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