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" West from me, neither was there any yse towards the North, but a great sea, free, large, very salt and blue and of an unsearchable depth. "
A Life of John Davis, the Navigator, 1550-1605: Discoverer of Davis Straits - Page 55
by Sir Clements Robert Markham - 1889 - 301 pages
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The realm of the ice king. By the author of 'Saved from the wreck'.

Thomas Frost - 1874
...constrained to coast the same towards the south, not seeing any shore west from me, neither was there any ice towards the north, but a great sea, free, large,...very salt and blue, and of an unsearchable depth. So coasting towards the south, I came to the place where I left the ships to fish, but found them not....
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Chambers's Cyclopędia of English Literature: A History, Critical ..., Volume 1

Robert Chambers, Robert Carruthers - 1876
...the same towardes the South, not seeing any shore West from me, neither was there any yse towardes ls : ' Make the Genoese go on before, and begin the battle in the name unsearcheable depth. So coasting towardes the South I came to the place wher I left the shippes to...
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Chambers's Cyclopędia of English Literature: A History ..., Volumes 1-2

Robert Chambers - 1880
...tile same towardes the South, not seeing any shore West from me, neither was there any yse towardes the North, but a great sea, free, large, very salt and blue, and of uu unsearchable depth. So coasting towardes the South I came 10 the place wher I left the shipper to...
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The Voyages and Works of John Davis, the Navigator, Issue 1; Issue 59

John Davis - 1880
...constrained to coast the same toward the South, not seeing any shore West from me, neither was there any yce towards the North, but a great sea, free, large, very salt and blew, and of an unsearcheable depth. So coasting towards the South I came to the place where I left...
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The Sea Fathers: a Series of Lives of Great Navigators of Former Times

Sir Clements Robert Markham - 1884 - 221 pages
...some days. Davis sailed across to the western side of the strait, and here he reported " there was no ice towards the north, but a great sea, free, large,...very salt and blue, and of an unsearchable depth." He returned safely to Dartmouth in September, 1587. In these three adventurous voyages he dis— -...
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The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and ..., Volume 19

1890
...Sanderson's Hope. He considered that there was good hope of advancing farther, and reported "no dee towards the north, but a great sea, free, large, very salt and blue, and of an unsearchable depth." The results of his discoveries are shown on the Molyneuz globe which is now in the library of the Middle...
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In Arctic Seas: The Voyage of the "Kite" with the Peary Expedition, Together ...

Robert Neff Keely, Gwilym George Davis - 1892 - 524 pages
...named Sanderson's Hope. He considered that there was no good hope of advancing farther, and reported "no ice towards the north, but a great sea, free,...very salt and blue, and of an unsearchable depth." He found it impossible to reconcile his discoveries with the reports of Frobisher and the Zeno map,...
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Scottish Geographical Magazine, Volume 11; Volume 1895

1895
...followed up by John Davis in three expeditions (1585-87), in the last of which he reported "no ice toward the north, but a great sea, free, large, very salt and blue, and of an unsearchable depth." The reasons in favour of the search of a north-west passage were powerfully set forth by him in 1595,...
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Handbook of Arctic Discoveries

Adolphus Washington Greely - 1895 - 257 pages
...DAVIS. From Mount Raleigh, the western side of Davis Strait, he reports that there was no ice toward the north, but a great sea, ' free, large, very salt and blue, and of indeterminable depth.' This last voyage, one of most reckless gallantry, must have taxed to the utmost...
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Nansen and the Frozen North: With Reminiscences of Arctic Exploration

John Black - 1897 - 155 pages
...the existence of a North-West Passage, and declared, as the results of his voyages, that there was " no ice towards the North ; but a great sea, free, large, very D 2 salt, and blue, and of an unsearchable depth." The Molyneux globe in the library of the Middle...
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