Thus strengthened, Pizarro crossed back to the mainland on rafts.
Pizarro felt that to give up at this juncture would be utter ruin.
Pizarro surrendered to an officer, and was carried before Gasea.
This was before Alvarado and Pizarro met and came to an agreement.
Pizarro accepted the offer, and the Spaniards greedily watched the arrival of their treasure from the roofs of palace and temple.
Just then Pizarro, with his two hundred men, made his appearance.
Seven days afterwards the theatre was burned to the ground, after the performance of "Pizarro," and the "Portrait of Cervantes."
It asserted his entire rejection of the authority of Pizarro.
Several servants accompanied him, laden with presents for Pizarro.
Pizarro now assumed the proud title of "The Conqueror of Peru."