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If the robbery was only betwixt one another, they contented themselves with slitting the ears and nose of him that was guilty, and set him on shore, not in an uninhabited place, but somewhere, where he was sure to encounter hardships. No person to game at cards or dice for money especially the game o' Crossbones matey!
The Pirate Code – How Order was Kept Among the Lawless
The lights and candles to be put out at eight o'clock at night: if any of the crew, after that hour still remained inclined for drinking, they were to do it on the open deck. To keep their peace, pistols, and cutlass clean and fit for service. No boy or woman to be allowed amongst them. If any man were to be found seducing any of the latter sex, and carried her to sea, disguised, he was to suffer death.
To desert their ship or quarters in battle, was punished with death or marooning. No striking one another on board, but every man's quarrels to be ended on shore, at sword and pistol. If in order to this, any man should lose a limb, or become a cripple in their service, he was to have dollars, out of the public stock, and for lesser hurts, proportionately.