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  • The chalop and the two barques, wherein they made their passage from the ship to the town, were covered on the sides with the fairest China tapestry, and hung round with silken banners of all colours.

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  • But the Father, in great confusion for being treated in this manner, escaped out of their hands as soon as possibly he could, and shut himself up within the cabin, in conclusion, the chalop came up with the ship; and it was observed, that though the waves were in great agitation, she came right forward, without the least tossing, and stopped of herself.

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  • All the company gathered together at the cry, and plainly perceived the chalop within musket-shot.

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  • He expects the return of the chalop, or cockboat, notwithstanding all appearances to the contrary.

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  • He renews his prayers for the return of the chalop.

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  • Xavier, without any regard to the affirmation of the pilot, instantly desired the captain to lower the sails, that the chalop might more easily come up with the ship.

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  • They rowed on every side with their chalop, to make discovery of some coast where they might find fresh water.

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  • He came out from his retirement after sunset, and once more enquired of the pilot, if they had not seen the chalop, which could not possibly be far distant.

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  • The Saint acknowledged the pilot to have spoken judiciously, and yet doubted not but the chalop would return.

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  • The ship being now within twenty leagues of Goa, and being unable to make any farther way, because of the contrary winds, the captain went into the chalop, with some of his people, and got to the town by the help of oars, that himself might have the honour of bearing the first news to the viceroy, and the Fathers of the Society, that the blessed corpse was coming to them.

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