[Translation of the Nahuatl (right-hand column) by James Lockhart:]
Forthieth chapter, where it is said how the Tlatelolca and Tenochca and their ruler submitted to the Spaniards, and what happened when they were among them.
And when they had gotten him there and put him on land, all the Spaniards were waiting. They came to take him; the Spaniards grasped him by the hand, took him up to the roof, and stood him before the Captain, the war leader. When they stood him before him, he looked at Quauhtemoctzin, took a good look at him, stroked his hair; then they seated him next to him. And they fired off the guns; they hit no one, but they aimed over
[Translation of the Spanish (left-hand column) by James Lockhart:]
Chapter Forty, of how the Tlatelolca surrendered to the Spaniards along with the Mexica and their lord who was with them.
When the lord of Mexico, Quauhtemoctzin, and those who accompanied him touched land, they disembarked close to the house where the Captain was. The Spaniards who were close to the water took Quauhtemoctzin by the hand in a friendly fashion and conducted him to where Captain don Hernando Cortés was, on the roof terrace. When he got to where the Captain was, he embraced the said Quauhtemoctzin and showed many signs of affection, and all of the Spaniards were gazing at him with great joy. Then they discharged all the cannon for joy over the