Candide introduced Martin and Cacambo to the baron and Pangloss

Candide introduced Martin and Cacambo to the baron and Pangloss

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Candide introduced Martin and Cacambo to the baron and Pangloss. They all embraced; they all  talked at once. When they reached port, Candide sold a diamond worth a hundred thousand sequins  for 50,000 and immediately paid the ransom for the two former galley slaves. He sold more  diamonds, and they all set out in another galley to deliver Cunégonde, now a kitchen slavey in the  household of the Prince of Transylvania. Again Candide implored the baron's pardon for having given him the great sword thrust through the  body. "Let's say no more about it," said the baron, and he admitted that he had been a little too hasty  himself. He then told his story. After having been cured of his wound by the brother apothecary of the  Jesuit College, he was carried off by a party of Spaniards and imprisoned in Buenos Aires just after  his sister left; next he was chosen to go to Constantinople and serve as almoner with the  ambassador of France. A week after he had assumed his duties, he met a very attractive young 
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Candide introduced Martin and Cacambo to the baron and Pangloss

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