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  • At this period he, personally, seems to have remained ashore, and sent his young and aspiring captains to sea to increase his wealth by plunder, his consequence by the hordes of slaves which they swept into the awful bagnios of Algiers; and Sandoval, that quaint and delightful historian, is moved to indignation and complains with much acrimony of "las malas obras que este corsario hizo a la Christiandad" (the evil deeds done to Christianity by this corsair).

    Sea-Wolves of the Mediterranean E. Hamilton Currey


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  • Sabado, el 19 de septiembre, fue el dia parrra hablarrr como un corsarrrio.

    September 28, 2009