One of these was Dampier, who, about 1690, visited the ladrones and the Philippines.
After this the ladrones returned, and plundered the town, every boat leaving it when laden.
Early in the morning the ladrones returned into the bay, and anchored in the same situation as before.
The ladrones were paid by their chief ten dollars for every Chinaman's head they produced.
On the 3d of January they came in sight of the ladrones, where they landed and procured refreshments.
The ladrones have no settled residence on shore, but live constantly in their vessels.
Both put back and were lost—the ship “Santa Margarita” at the islands of the ladrones.
Your Excellency cannot be ignorant that the ladrones infest the savannahs.
The ladrones would not remain 'till morning, so we were obliged to return with them to the fleet.
It also obtained among the Chamorro of the ladrones, who termed it tshomiko.