Baneque in a sentence

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He believed that Pinzon had left him, that, in the Pinta, he might be alone when he discovered the rich gold-bearing island of Babeque or Baneque.
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One of the Indians who had come in the Admiral's ship spoke to him, telling him how the Christians had come from Heaven, and how they came in search of gold, and wished to find the island of Baneque.
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Presently the canoe departed, and afterwards they said to the Admiral that there was more gold in Tortuga than in Española, because it is nearer to Baneque.
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The Admiral did not think that there were gold mines either in Española or Tortuga, but that the gold was brought from Baneque in small quantities, there being nothing to give in return.
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He had information that from here to Baneque was four days' journey, about 34 leagues, which might be traversed with a fair wind in a single day.
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It appeared that one of the Indians, who had been put on board the caravel by the Admiral with others, had said that there was much gold in an island called Baneque, and, as Pinzon's vessel was light and swift, he determined to go there, parting company with the Admiral, who wished to remain and explore the coasts of Juana and Española, with an easterly course.
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Examples of Baneque

Example #1
Although the determination was made to return, another week was spent in slow coasting, or in waiting for wind.
Example #2
Columbus was not really satisfied with them, but he affected to be, as this was no moment for a quarrel.
Example #3
He said that it was well and that there was much gold in the said island.
Example #4
He was a youth of about 21 years of age, and he had with him an aged tutor, and other councillors who advised and answered him, but he uttered very few words.
Example #5
The Admiral did not think that there were gold mines either in Española or Tortuga, but that the gold was brought from Baneque in small quantities, there being nothing to give in return.
Example #6
That cacique showed that he was well disposed to the Admiral.