Jean-Marc Crevier was a simple man of simple needs.  He didn't long for treasure, though a few francs in his pocket for women and wine was always appreciated.  It was too bad the only alcohol to be had was a swill that should have been left in the horse and the women were too uppity in their God to have any thoughts of an evening of entertainment.

 

He was there to "advise" the colonists of ways to more easily integrate . . .

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