Bulletin of the American Geographical Society, Volume 40

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American Geographical Society., 1908

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Page 577 - And the children of Joseph said, The hill is not enough for us: and all the Canaanites that dwell in the land of the valley have chariots of iron, both they who are of Beth-shean and her towns, and they who are of the valley of Jezreel.
Page 458 - The inland we found to be farre different from the shoare, a goodly country, and fruitful! soyle, stored with many blessings fit for the vse of man : infinite was the company of very large and fat Deere which there we sawe by thousands, as we supposed, in a heard...
Page 458 - Nova Albion, and that for two causes ; the one in respect of the white banks and cliffs, which lie towards the sea, and the other, because it might have some affinity with our country in name, which sometime was so called.
Page 459 - After we had set sail from hence, we continued without sight of land till the 13 day of October following...
Page 237 - STUART (VILLIERS). Egypt after the War. Being the Narrative of a Tour of Inspection, including Experiences...
Page 458 - Before we went from thence, our Generall caused to be set vp a monument of our being there, as also of her maiesties and successors right and title to that kingdome; namely a plate of brasse, fast nailed to a great and firme post...
Page 454 - ... till we came within 38 degrees towards the line. In which height it pleased God to send us into a fair and good bay, with a good wind to enter the same.
Page 577 - Thou art a great people and hast great power, thou shalt not have one lot only, but the mountain shall be thine, for it is a wood and thou shalt cut it down. And the outgoings of it shall be thine; for thou shalt drive out the Canaanites, though they have iron chariots and though they be strong.
Page 457 - The 3 day following, uiz., the 21, our ship hauing receiued a leake at sea, was brought to anchor neerer the shoare, that, her goods being landed, she might be repaired ; but for that we were to...
Page 262 - ... wilderness, covered with pine forests. There are great quantities of the pine nuts. The pines are two or three times as high as a man before they send out branches. There is a sort of oak with sweet acorns, of which they make cakes like sugar plums with dried coriander seeds. It is very sweet, like sugar. Watercress grows in many springs, and there are rosebushes, and pennyroyal, and wild marjoram. There are barbels and picones, like those of Spain, in the rivers of this wilderness. Gray lions...

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