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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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Hakluytus Posthumus, Or, Purchas His Pilgrimes: Contayning a ..., Issue 15

Samuel Purchas - 1905
...Nova [I. ii. 53.] A long Oratson. till wee came within eight and thirtie degrees towards 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 anchored, and the people of the Countrey...
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Hakluytus Posthumus, Or, Purchas His Pilgrimes: Contayning a ..., Issue 15

Samuel Purchas - 1905
...Albion. [I- - S3.] A long Oration. till wee came within eight and thirtie degrees towards 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 anchored, and the people of the Countrey...
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American History Told by Contemporaries..., Volume 1

Albert Bushnell Hart - 1910
...land, till wee came within 38. degrees towards the line. In which height it pleased God to send vs into a faire and good Baye, with a good winde to enter the same [coast of California]. . . . Our Generall called this Countrey Noua Albion, and that for two causes...
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History of the State of Washington

Edmond Stephen Meany - 1909 - 406 pages
...direction along the coast seeking a harbor "til we came within thirtie eight degrees towards the line. In which height it pleased God to send us into a faire and good Bay,1 with a good winde to enter the same." Here they repaired their ship for the long voyage across...
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History of the State of Washington

Edmond Stephen Meany - 1909 - 406 pages
...direction along the coast seeking a harbor " til we came within thirtie eight degrees towards the line. In which height it pleased God to send us into a faire and good Bay,1 with a good winde to enter the same." Here they repaired their ship for the long voyage across...
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Publications of the Historical Society of Southern California, Volume 9

1914
...so, finding it not mountainous, but low plaine land, till we came within 38 degrees toward the line. In which height it pleased God to send us into a faire and good Baye, with a good wind to enter the same." There is no doubt that they rounded Port Reyes and came to anchor in what...
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American History Told by Contemporaries ..., Volume 1

Albert Bushnell Hart - 1897
...land, till wee came within 38. degrees towards the line. In which height it pleased God to send vs into a faire and good Baye, with a good winde to enter the same [coast of California]. . . . Our Generall called this Countrey Noua Albion, and that for two causes...
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The Historical Society of Southern California Quarterly, Volume 9

Historical Society of Southern California - 1914
...so, finding it not mountainous, but low plaine land, till we came within 38 degrees toward the line. In which height it pleased God to send us into a faire and good Baye, with a good wind to enter the same." There is no doubt that they rounded Port Reyes and came to anchor in what...
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The European Outthrust and Encounter: The First Phase C.1400-c.1700 : Essays ...

David B. Quinn, Cecil H. Clough, P. E. Hair, Paul Edward Hedley Hair - 1994 - 348 pages
...snowe, so that we drewe backe againe without landing, till we came within 38. degrees toward 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. 2 * The two major sources agree, however, in referring to a retreat southward, a retreat apparently...
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