De Soto received them as an affectionate father welcomes his son whom he had supposed to have been lost.
De Soto could not fail to perceive that Don Pedro was not his friend.
It is quite contrary to the well-established humanity of De Soto.
No account has been transmitted to us of De Soto's return voyage.
As we have mentioned, De Soto, and the Cacique in his scarlet uniform, rode side by side.
De Soto expressed some curiosity to see how the pearls were obtained.
Among the malfeasances of the Barcelona tribunal, reported in 1567 by De Soto Salazar, were cases of this kind.
De Soto was led to suspect that some treachery was meditated.
He entreated De Soto to return with him to the headquarters of the Spaniards.
Its source and its embouchure were alike unknown to De Soto.