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So soon as it was day, their friendly ally, Guacanagari, came on board.
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The Admiral commanded silken shirts and caps and other little things to be given them, and told them that as he was going where Guacanagari was, he could not stop, that another time he would be able to see him.
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They came from Guacanagari, and one of them was his cousin.
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Their own cacique, Guacanagari, had been attacked by two other chiefs, Caonabo and Mayreni.
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They said, as the others had done, that Guacanagari was wounded in the thigh and they, like the others, said they would go and summon him.
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As it was coasting along the island, a canoe had come out to it, with two Indians on board, one of whom was a brother of Guacanagari.
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Nor did he change this policy toward Guacanagari.
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They came to a good harbor at the mouth of a river, where they saw a fine house, which they supposed might be the home of Guacanagari.
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The natives told the explorers that Guacanagari himself had retired to the hills.
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While the fleet was still some distance away, one of the captured Haiti Indians who had made the voyage to Spain and back was sent ashore to tell Chief Guacanagari and the colony of the Admiral's return.
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No amount of searching revealed it; instead, another painful sight, a few dead Spaniards; that was all. Inland, far away from his original abode, the king was found who had so kindly helped Columbus when the _Santa Maria_ was wrecked-King Guacanagari.
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They wanted wives, and had stolen all the young women from Guacanagari's village and then had fought with each other for the prettiest.
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Guacanagari heard the savage war whoops, and out of friendship for the Admiral he tried to drive off the assailants, but he himself was wounded and his house was burned.
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All were anxious to leave the scene of this tragedy; but before they left, the native king, Guacanagari, who appeared as friendly as ever, expressed a desire to visit Columbus's ship.
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Next day when Columbus sent to Guacanagari to demand their return, the king and his whole village had disappeared.
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They had the good sense to act in the friendliest manner to the native chief; but he was not the simple-minded creature that Guacanagari was, over in Haiti.
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On the morning of the 24th of December, Columbus set sail from Port St. Thomas before sunrise, and steered to the eastward, with an intention of anchoring at the harbour of the cacique Guacanagari.
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Sunday, 30th of December_ The Admiral went on shore to dinner, and came at a time when five kings had arrived, all with their crowns, who were subject to this king, named Guacanagari.
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The Admiral considered that the King Guacanagari ought to have prohibited his people from selling gold to the Christians, in order that it might all pass through his hands.
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In the morning the Admiral went on shore to take leave of the King Guacanagari, and to depart from him in the name of the Lord.
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Examples of Guacanagari

Example #1
With tears in his eyes, he made the kindest and most judicious offers of assistance.
Example #2
Columbus was obliged to transfer to her the crew of the Santa Maria.
Example #3
And with that, they (the Indians) went away.
Example #4
The Indians then sent two of their number in a little canoe to one of the caravels, where they were received kindly, and sent to speak with the Admiral. "They said, through an interpreter, that a certain king sent them to know what people we were, and to ask that we might be kind enough to land, as they had much gold and would give it to him, and of what they had to eat.
Example #5
They brought with them golden masks, one for the Admiral and another for one of the captains who had been with him on the first voyage, probably Vicente Yanez Pinzon.
Example #6
They were taken to the Admiral's ship, but would not come on board until they had spoken with him and seen him.