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We now learn that Candide had brought with him from Spain as his valet one Cacambo

We now learn that Candide had brought with him from Spain as his valet one Cacambo

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We now learn that Candide had brought with him from Spain as his valet one Cacambo, a man of  mixed blood and wide experience. In fact, he had been at various times a choirboy, sacristan, monk,  merchant's agent, soldier, and lackey. He was loyal and devoted to Candide. When he learned of his  master's plight, he quickly saddled the two Andalusian horses and urged Candide to run for it.  Candide shed appropriate tears for Cun é gonde, whom he had expected to marry immediately. But  Cacambo urged him not to worry about her: women were never helpless; God looked after them. So  Candide placed himself in the hands of his servant, who told him that, sent to fight the Jesuits, they  would instead join the warring Fathers. The Jesuits, he was sure, would welcome a captain who  could drill Bulgarian style, and Candide would prosper. The youth learned that Cacambo had been in 
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