His men conspire against him, confine him a long time to his cabin, and set him on shore in an unknown land.
The reader may remember what I related, when my crew conspired against me, and confined me to my cabin; how I continued there several weeks without knowing what course we took; and when I was put ashore in the long-boat, how the sailors told me, with oaths, whether true or false, "that they knew not in what part of the world we were."
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They conspired to overthrow the government
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