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Christopher Condent was an English pirate who led the return to the Eastern Seas. He and his crew sailed the Atlantic Ocean, captured many vessels from Cape Verde Islands, the Brazilian coast, Madagascar, the Indian Coast, and the Red Sea. In 1720 near Bombay, Condent and his crew captured an Arab ship which contained an abundance of treasure and valuables, to the tune of 150,000 pounds.
After dividing their haul Condent and fourty of his crew negotiated with the govenor of Reunion for a French pardon. Twenty or more of the men settled on the island, but Condent went on to marry the govenor's sister-in-law, travel to France, settle down with his wife in Brittany and become a wealthy merchant. Condent died in 1770.