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" I found a bag of bread, a fmall ham, a fingle piece of pork, two quart bottles of water, and a few of French cordials. The wind continued to the fouthward for eight or nine days, and providentially never blew fo... "
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
...]ferifh. Upon examining what we had to fiibfift on, I found a bag of bread, a fmall ham, a fingi'e piece of pork» two quart bottles of water, and a...eight or nine days, and providentially never blew fo flrong but that we could keep the fide of the boat to the fea ; but we were .always molt milerably...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

History - 1800
...before the fea, which would carry us again to the northward, where we muil loon afterwards periih. Upon examining what we had to fubfift on, I found...but that we could keep the fide of the boat to the iea ; but we were always moft miierably wet and cold. We kept a fort of a reckoning ; but the fun and...
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Annual Register, Volume 25

History - 1800
...pork, two quart bot lies of water, and a few of French cordials. The wind continued lo the louthward for eight or nine days, and providentially never blew...but that we could keep the fide of the boat to the lea ; but we were always mort rnilerably wet and cold. We kept a fort of a reckoning; but the fun and...
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Naval and Military Memoirs of Great Britain, from 1727 to 1783, Volume 6

Robert Beatson - Great Britain - 1804
...only Y 4 one one bag of bread, a fmall ham, a fingle piece of pork, two quart bottles water, and a few French cordials. The wind continued to the fouthward...eight or nine days, and providentially never blew fo flrong, but that they could keep the fide of the boat to the fea, but were always moil miferably wet...
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Remarkable Shipwrecks; Or, A Collection of Interesting Accounts of Naval ...

Shipwrecks - 1813 - 407 pages
...afterwards perish. Upon examining what we had to subsist on, I found a bag of bread, a small ham, a single piece of pork, two quart bottles of water, and a few of French cordials. The wind continued to the southward for eight or nine days, and providentially never blew so strong but that we could keep the...
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The Eventful History of the Mutiny and Piratical Seizure of H. M. S. Bounty ...

Sir John Barrow - Bounty Mutiny, 1789 - 1831 - 356 pages
...leagues, or about nine hundred English miles. Their provisions were a bag of bread, a small ham, a single piece of pork, two quart bottles of water, and a few of French cordials. One biscuit, divided into twelve morsels, was served for breakfast, and the same for dinner ; the neck...
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The Mutiny and Piratical Seizure of H.M.S. Bounty

Sir John Barrow - Bounty Mutiny, 1789 - 1876 - 392 pages
...leagues, or about nine hundred English miles. Their provisions were a bag of bread, a small ham, a single piece of pork, two quart bottles of water, and a few of French cordials. One biscuit, divided into twelve morsels, was served for breakfast, and the same for dinner ; the neck...
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The eventful history of the mutiny and piratical seizure of H.M.S. Bounty ...

sir John Barrow (bart.) - 1883
...leagues, or about nine hundred English miles. Their provisions were a bag of bread, a small ham, a single piece of pork, two quart bottles of water, and a few of French cordials. One biscuit, divided into twelve morsels, was served for breakfast, and the same for dinner ; the neck...
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Annual Register, Volume 25

Edmund Burke - History - 1783
...afterwards perilh. Upon examining what we had to fubiiil on, I found a bag of bread, a final 1 ham, a fmgle piece of pork, two quart bottles of water, and a few...eight or nine days, and providentially never blew fo ilrong but that we could keep the fide of the boat to the fea, but we were always moft miferably wet...
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