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" ... the ship received. We found by the well that she made no water, and by dark she struck no more. God was merciful to us, and the tide, almost miraculously fell no lower. "
The Annual Biography and Obituary for the Year ... - Стр. 180
1834
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The Constitution of Man in Relation to the Natural Laws

George Combe - 1803 - Страниц: 236
...some very heavy blows, rose, and broke up the after-lockers, and this was the last severe shock that the ship received. We found by the well that she made...no lower. At dark, heavy rain fell, but was borne in patience, for it beat down the gale, and brought with it a light air from the northward. At nine...
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The New Monthly Magazine and Literary Journal, Том 15

1825
...the after.Iocker; and this was the last severe shock which the ship received. We found by the welt that she made no water, and by dark she struck no more.'* After having passed through a great part of Sir Thomas Rowe'* " Welcome," the Griper again encountered...
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A Brief Narrative of an Unsuccessful Attempt to Reach Repulse Bay, Through ...

George Francis Lyon - 1825 - Страниц: 198
...some very heavy blows, rose, and broke up the after-lockers, and this was the last severe shock which the ship received. We found by the well that she made...patience, For it beat down the gale, and brought with it 1824. a light air from the northward. At nine PM Sept. the water had deepened to five fathoms. The...
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The Private Journal of Captain G. F. Lyon: Of H. M. S. Hecla, During the ...

George Francis Lyon - 1825 - Страниц: 468
...some very heavy blows, rose, and broke up the after-lockers, and this was the last severe shock which the ship received. We found by the well that she made...patience, for it beat down the gale, and brought with it '824. a light air from the northward. At nine PM Sept. the water had deepened to five fathoms. The...
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A Brief Narrative of an Unsuccessful Attempt to Reach Repulse Bay: Through ...

George Francis Lyon - 1825 - Страниц: 198
...some very heavy blows, rose, and broke up the after-lockers, and this was the last severe shock which the ship received. We found by the well that she made...dark, heavy rain fell, but was borne with patience, now hoisted tk glimpse of tbe situation of in lat. 63° 35' ' '<„.: 82 LEAVE THE BAY "OF GOD'S MERCY....
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The Dublin and London magazine

1825
...some very heavy blows, rose, and broke up the after-lockers, and this was the last severe shock which the ship received. We found by the well that she made no water, and by dark she struck no more.' This place was named the ' Bay of God's Mercy.' They proceeded after this up the ' Welcome ;' but on...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., Том 95

1825
...heavy blows, rote, and broke up the after lockers ; and this was the last severe shock which the chip received. We found by the well that she made no water, and by dark she struck no more. God wu merciful tn us ; and the tide, al•MMt miraculously, fell no lower. At dark Wavy rain fell, but...
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The Methodist Review, Том 8

1825
...some very heavy blows, rose, and broke up the after-lockers, and this was the \ast severe shock which the ship received. We found by the well that she made no water, and br dark she strack no more. God was merciful to us, and the tide almost miraculously fell no lower....
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Том 95,Часть 1

1825
...some very heavy blows, rose, and broke up the after lockers ; and this was the last severe shock which the ship received. We found by the well that she made no wmter, and by dark she struck no more. God was merciful to us ; and the tide, almost miraculously,...
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Naval Sketchbook: Or, The Service Afloat and Ashore, with Characteristic ...

William Nugent Glascock - 1826
...some very heavy blows, rose, and broke up the after-lockers ; and this was the last severe shock which the ship received. We found by the well that she made...and the tide, almost miraculously, fell no lower." — Now, if at any previous period during the twenty-four hours, whilst in this perilous plight, the...
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