He suggested that English adventurers should rely on his own experience in wars all over the world and his experience in New England where his few men could have interaction in “foolish encounters” with out harm or long run hostility. He also in contrast the expertise of the Spaniards in determining how many armed men have been necessary to effect Indian compliance. Smith made two makes an attempt in 1614 and 1615 to return to the identical coast. In the second try, he was captured by French pirates off the coast of the Azores. He escaped after weeks of captivity and made his way back to England, the place he printed an account of his two voyages as A Description of New England. In 1614, Smith returned to America in a voyage to the coasts of Maine and Massachusetts Bay.