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" ... extremitie thereof, and the further we went, the more the colde increased upon us. Whereupon we thought it best for that time to seeke the land, and did so, finding it not mountainous, but low plaine land, till we came within 38. "
The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques & Discoveries of the English ... - Page 109
by Richard Hakluyt - 1904
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Bentley's miscellany, Volume 17

1845
...land, and we drew back again without landing til we came within thirtie-eight degree towardes the line. In which height it pleased God to send us into a faire and good bay, with a good wind to enter the same. In this bay we ankered the seventeenth of June," &c. There...
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Bentley's Miscellany, Volume 17

Charles Dickens, William Harrison Ainsworth, Albert Smith - 1845
...land, and we drew back again without landing til we came within thirtie-eight degree towardes the line. In which height it pleased God to send us into a faire and good bay, with a good wind to enter the same. In this bay we ankered the seventeenth of June," &c. There...
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The Oregon Territory, Its History and Discovery: Including an Account of the ...

Travers Twiss - 1846 - 264 pages
...so, finding it not mountainous, but low plaine land, till we came within 3S degrees towards the line. In which height it pleased God to send us into a faire...and good baye, with a good winde to enter the same." It will be seen from this account, that it was in the 43d, or, as in the earlier edition of 1589, the...
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Notes and Queries, Volume 2

1851
...finding it not mountainous, but low plaine land, till we came within thirty degrees toward the line. In which height it pleased God to send us into a faire...winde to enter the same. In this baye wee anchored." A glance at the map will show that " in this baye " is now situated the famous city of San Francisco....
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The World Encompassed, Volume 16

Sir Francis Drake, Francis Fletcher - 1854 - 295 pages
...(and we drew backe againe without landing, til we came within thirtie-eight degrees towardes the line. In which height, it pleased God to send us into a faire and good bay, with a good winde to enter the same. In this bay wee ankered the seuenteenth of June, and the...
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MILLEDULCIA: A THOUSAND PLEASANT THINGS

1857
...finding it not mountainous,. but low plaine land, till we came within thirty degrees toward the line. In which height it pleased God to send us into a faire...winde to enter the same. In this baye wee anchored." A glance at the map will show that " in this baye " is now situated the famous city of San Francisco....
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Narrative and Critical History of America, Volume 3

Justin Winsor - 1881
...the briefer narrative in Hakluyt l says : " We came within thirty-eight degrees towardes the line ; in which height it pleased God to send us into a faire and good bay, with a good wind to enter the same." Here is a difference of half a degree. But the text in Hakluyt...
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Narrative and Critical History of America: English explorations and ...

Justin Winsor - 1884
...briefer narrative in Hakluyt 1 says: "We came within thirty-eight degrees towardes the line; in whicli height it pleased God to send us into a faire and good bay, with a good wind to enter the same." Here is a difference of half a degree. But the text in Hakluyt...
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Bulletin of the American Geographical Society, Volume 40

American Geographical Society of New York - 1908
...(and we drew backe againe without landing, till we came within thirty-eight degrees towardes the line. In which height, it pleased God to send us into a faire and good bay, with a good winde to enter the same.' "THE NAMES OF DRAKE'S SHIP; AND THE PRINCIPAL NARRATOR...
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The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of ..., Volume 11

Richard Hakluyt - 1904
...found the ayre so colde, that our men being grievously pinched with the same, complained June. i579of the extremitie thereof, and the further we went, the...Countrey having their houses close by the waters side, tf^P^P" . } . . i * and Countrey shewed themselves unto us, and sent a present to our ofNwa Generall....
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