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" Adde hereunto, that though we searched the coast diligently, euen vnto the 48. deg. yet found we not the land, to trend so much as one point in any place towards the East, but rather running on continually Northwest, as if it went directly to meet with... "
A Life of John Davis, the Navigator, 1550-1605: Discoverer of Davis Straits - Page 99
by Sir Clements Robert Markham - 1889 - 301 pages
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Memoir, Historical and Political, on the Northwest Coast of North America ...

Robert Greenhow - 1840 - 228 pages
...were fully confirmed in the opinion thereof by the continued observations of the Spaniards. * * * * Though we searched the coast diligently, even unto...so much as one point in any place towards the east, but rather running on continually northwest, as if it went directly to meet with Asia." Upon examining...
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Memoir, Historical and Political, on the Northwest Coast of North America ...

Robert Greenhow - 1840 - 228 pages
...narrative, that the English " searched the coast diligently, even unto the 48th degree, yet they found not the land to 'trend so much as one point in any place towards the east." He, however, omits the remainder of the sentence — "but rather running on continually northwest,...
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History of Oregon Territory: It Being a Demonstration of the Title of These ...

Thomas Jefferson Farnham - 1844 - 83 pages
...were fully confirmed in the opinion thereof by the continued observations of the Spaniards. * * * * Though we searched the coast diligently, even unto...the 48th degree, yet found we not the land to trend as much as one point, in any place, toward the east, but rather, running on continually northwest,...
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The History of Oregon and California: And the Other Territories of the North ...

Robert Greenhow - 1844 - 482 pages
...cited, that the English " searched the coast diligently, even into the 48th degree ; yet they found not the land to trend so much as one point, in any place, toward the east." Burney, however, omits to notice the remainder of the sentence, — " but rather...
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The History of Oregon and California, and the Other Territories of the North ...

Robert Greenhow - 1845 - 492 pages
...narrative that " the English searched the coast diligently even unto the 48th degree, yet they found not the land to trend so much as one point, in any place, towards the east." Burney, however, with his usual want of candor, omits to quote the remainder of the sentence, — "...
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The Oregon Territory, Its History and Discovery: Including an Account of the ...

Sir Travers Twiss - 1846 - 264 pages
...by saying, " add to this, that though we searched the coast diligently, even unto 48, yet we found not the land to trend so much as one point in any place towards the East, but rather running on continually north-west, as if it went directly into Asia." Mr. Greenhow is disposed...
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The World Encompassed by Sir Francis Drake: Being His Next Voyage to that to ...

Sir Francis Drake, William Sandys Wright Vaux - 1854 - 295 pages
...is vnnauigable. Adde hereunto, that though we searched the coast diligently, euen vnto the 48 deg., yet found we not the land to trend so much as one point in any place towards the East, but rather running on continually North-west, as if it went directly to meet with Asia ; and euen in...
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The English Circumnavigators: The Most Remarkable Voyages Round the World by ...

David Laing Purves - 1874 - 831 pages
...is unnavigable. Add hereunto, tnatthoughwesearched the coast diligently, even unto the forty-eighth degree, yet found we not the land to trend so much as one point in any place towards the East, but rather running on continually North-west, as if it went directly to meet with Asia; and even in...
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Seeking the Golden Fleece: A Record of Pioneer Life in California : to which ...

Jacob Davis Babcock Stillman - 1877 - 352 pages
...unnavigable. Adde hereunto, that though we searched the coast dilligently, even unto the 48 de^j., yet found we not the land to trend so much as one point in any place towards the cast, but rather running on continually northwest, as if it went directly to meet with Asia; and even...
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History of the Northwest Coast, Volumes 1-2; Volumes 27-28

Hubert Howe Bancroft - 1884
...Adde hereunto, that though wee searched the coast diligently, euen vnto the 48 dog., yet found wee not the land to trend so much as one point in any place towards the East, but rather running on continually Xorth-west, as if it went directly to meet with Asia." I have thus...
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