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" Thus animated by these delusions, we traversed these memorable Straits, ignorant of the dreadful calamities that were then impending, and just ready to break upon us ; ignorant that the time drew near when the squadron would be separated never to unite... "
Routledge's every boy's annual - Sivu 58
tekijä(t) edmund rouledge - 1883
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A General History of Voyages and Travels to the End of the 18th Century, Nide 11

Robert Kerr - 1814
...that the moment was fast approaching when our squadron was to be separated, never again to unite ; and that this day of our passage was the last cheerful day that the greatest part of us was ever to enjoy in this world. SECTION VIII. Course from the Straits of Le Maire...

An Historical Account of the Circumnavigation of the Globe: And of the ...

Historical account - 1836 - 496 sivua
...guns. • rantof the dreadful calamities that were then impending and just ready to burst upon us ; ignorant that the time drew near when the squadron...of our passage was the last cheerful day that the greatest part of us would ever live to enjoy."* The last of the ships had scarcely cleared the straits,...

An Historical Account of the Circumnavigation of the Globe: And of the ...

1837 - 366 sivua
...t According to Thomas (p. 2) the Wager carried but twenty gum. •nd just ready to burst upon us ; ignorant that the time drew near when the squadron...of our passage was the last cheerful day that the greatest part of us would ever live to enjoy."* The last of the ships had scarcely cleared the straits,...

History of England from the Peace of Utrecht to the Peace of Aix-la-Chaoelle ...

Philip Henry Stanhope (5th earl.) - 1838
...ignorant of the dreadful calamities that " were then impending and just ready to break " upon us ; ignorant that the time drew near, when " the squadron...of our passage was the " last cheerful day that the greatest part of us " would ever live to enjoy."* It appears that the delays in England had brought...

History of England Comprising the Reign of Queen Anne Until the ..., Nide 3

Earl Philip Henry Stanhope Stanhope - 1838
...ignorant of the dreadful calamities that " were then impending and just ready to break " upon us ; ignorant that the time drew near, when " the squadron...of our passage was the " last cheerful day that the greatest part of us " would ever live to enjoy."* It appears that the delays in England had brought...

The Life of George, Lord Anson: Admiral of the Fleet, Vice-admiral of Great ...

Sir John Barrow - 1839 - 484 sivua
...Straits, ignorant of the dreadful calamities that were then impending, and just ready to break upon us ; ignorant that the time drew near when the squadron...of our passage was the last cheerful day that the greatest part of us would ever live to enjoy." The description of the storm, which kept the Centurion's...

The Life of George, Lord Anson: Admiral of the Fleet, Vice-admiral of Great ...

Sir John Barrow - 1839 - 484 sivua
...Straits, ignorant of the dreadful calamities that were then impending, and just ready to break upon us; ignorant that the time drew near when the squadron...of our passage was the last cheerful day that the greatest part of us would ever live to enjoy." The description of the storm, which kept the Centurion's...

History of England: From the Peace of Utrecht to the Peace of Aix-la ..., Nide 2

Earl Philip Henry Stanhope Stanhope - 1841
...streights, ignorant of the dreadful cala" mities that were then impending and just ready to break upon "us; ignorant that the time drew near when the squadron...separated, never to unite again, and that this day of our pas" sage was the last cheerful day that the greatest part of us would " ever live to enjoy (1)." It...

Chambers's papers for the people, Osat 7–12

Chambers W. and R., ltd - 1850
....greatly surpassed in danger all seas known in any other part of the globe.' And he laments that ' the squadron would be separated never to unite again, and that this day of our passage would be the last cheerful day that the greatest part of us would ever live to enjoy.' Up to this period,...

History of England from the Peace of Utrecht to the Peace of ..., Nide 3

Earl Philip Henry Stanhope Stanhope - 1853
...ignorant of the dreadful calamities that " were then impending and just ready to break " upon us ; ignorant that the time drew near when " the squadron...of our passage was the " last cheerful day that the greatest part of us " would ever live to enjoy."* It appears that the delays in England had brought...




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