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" I am sure no people ever endured more. In the morning the weather grew moderate, the wind having shifted to the southward, as we discovered by the sun. "
Historical Account of the Most Celebrated Voyages, Travels, and Discoveries ... - Page 25
by William Fordyce Mavor - 1797
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 25

Edmund Burke - History - 1800
...the water before the return of the next great fta, all of us half drowned, and filtinp, except thpfe who bailed at the bottom of the boat : and without having really perifliod, I am fure no people ever endured more. In the morning the weather grew moderate, the wind...
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The Arminian Magazine: Consisting of Extracts and Original ..., Volume 19

John Wesley - Biography - 1796
...difficulty that we could fometimes clear the boat of the water before the return of the next great fea ; all of us half drowned, and fitting, except thofe...the bottom of the boat : and without having really periflied I am fure no people ever endured more. Upon examining what we had to fubfift on, I found...
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The Weekly entertainer; or agreeable and instructive repository ..., Volumes 1-2

1783
...difficulty that We could fometimes clear the boat of the water, before the return of the next great fea ; all of us half drowned, and fitting, except thofe...perifhed, I am fure no people ever endured more. In *he morning the weather grew moderate, the wind having fhifted to the fouthward, as we difcovered by...
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Annual Register, Volume 25

History - 1800
...filling, except thofe who bailed at the bottom of the boat : artl without having really periflied, I am fure no people ever endured more. In the morning the weather grew moderate, the wind having inifled to the fouthward, as we difcovered by the fun. Having furvived the night, we began to recolleft...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

History - 1800
...who bailed at (he bottom of the boat : and without having really pcriihed, I am fure no people ever i endured more. In the morning the weather grew moderate, the wind having fhifted.to the fouthward, as we dKcovered by the fun. Having furvived the night, .we began to recolleft...
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Naval and Military Memoirs of Great Britain, from 1727 to 1783, Volume 6

Robert Beatson - Great Britain - 1804
...they could fometimes clear the boat of the water before the return of the next great fea ; all of them half drowned, and fitting, except thofe who bailed...the bottom of the boat : and without having really perimed, no people ever endured more. In the morning the weather grew moderate, the wind having (Lifted...
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1812
...and sitting, except those who baled, at the bottom of the boat, without actually perishing, I am sure no people ever endured more. In the morning the weather grew moderate, the wind having shifted to the southward, as we dicovered by the sun. Having survived the night, we began to recollect...
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Remarkable Shipwrecks; Or, A Collection of Interesting Accounts of Naval ...

Shipwrecks - 1813 - 407 pages
...«xcept those who baled, at the bottom of the boat ; and, without having really perished, I am sure no people ever endured more. In the morning the weather grew •moderate, the wind having shifted to the southward, as We discovered by the sun. Having survived the night, We began to recollect...
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Constable's miscellany of original and selected publications, Volumes 78-79

Constable and co, ltd - 1833
...sitting, except those who baled, at the bottom of the boat : without actually perishing, I am sure no people ever endured more. In the morning the weather grew moderate, the wind having shifted to the southward, as we discovered by the sun. Having survived the night, we began to recollect...
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A History of Shipwrecks, and Disasters at Sea: From the Most Authentic ...

Cyrus Redding - Shipwrecks - 1833 - 316 pages
...sitting, except those who baled, at the bottom of the boat : without actually perishing, I am sure no people ever endured more. In the morning the weather grew moderate, the wind having shifted to the southward, as we discovered by the sun. Having survived the night, we began to recollect...
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