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" with all its great and terrible ostentation, did not in all their sailing about England so much. as sink or take one ship, bark, pinnace, or cock-boat of ours, or even burn so much as one sheep-cote on this land. "
History of the United Netherlands: From the Death of William the Silent to ... - Página 508
por John Lothrop Motley - 1861
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The life of ... sir Francis Drake [by J. Campbell]. Together with the ...

John Campbell, Francis Drake (sir.) - 1828
...prevention; with all which their great terrible ostentation, they did not, in all their sailing round about England, so much as sink or take one ship, bark, pinnace, or cock-boat, of ours, or even burnt so much as F than to hazard the queen.s navy ; for which he was grievously reproached by Xorris,...
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The Spanish armada ... ; or, The attempt of Philip ii. and pope Sixtus v. to ...

Thomas Lathbury - 1840
...defeat, he adds, "with all their great, terrible ostentation, they did not, in all their sailing round about England, so much as sink or take one ship, bark, pinnace, or cock-boat of ours; or even burnt so much as one sheepcote of this land*." Another book was published, entitled " An Answer to...
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The Spanish Armada, A. D. 1588: Or The Attempt of Philip II and Pope Sixtus ...

Thomas Lathbury - 1840 - 154 páginas
...great, terrible ostentation, they did not, in all their sailing round * STBYPE'S Annals, pp. 547-548. about England, so much as sink or take one ship, bark, / pinnace, or cock-boat of ours ; or even burnt so much as one sheepcote of this land*." ;' Another book was published, entitled " An Answer...
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The Life, Voyages, and Exploits of Admiral Sir Francis Drake, Knt: With ...

John Barrow - 1843 - 428 páginas
...prevention ; with all which their great terrible ostentation they did not, in all their sailing round about England, so much as sink or take one ship, bark,...even burn so much as one sheepcote on this land."* Whether we look upon this letter as a most favourable specimen of the talent of the writer displayed...
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The Life, Voyages, and Exploits of Sir Francis Drake: With Numerous Original ...

John Barrow - 1844 - 187 páginas
...prevention ; with all which their great terrible ostentation they did not, in all their sailing round about England, so much as sink or take one ship, bark,...even burn so much as one sheepcote on this land." It is said that the Spanish noblemen and the officers of the Armada had made a specific division among...
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Ainsworth's Magazine, Volumen5

William Harrison Ainsworth - 1844
...which exults that with " their great terrible ostentation they did not, in all their sailing round about England, so much as sink or take one ship, bark,...even burn so much as one sheep-cote on this land." All this was not enough for the enterprising and unwearied soul of Drake. He was soon afloat once more;...
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The North American Review, Volumen59

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - 1844
...prevention ; with all which their great terrible ostentation they did not, in all their sailing round about England, so much as sink or take one ship, bark,...even burn so much as one sheepcote on this land." The story is told by Mr. Barrow principally through the medium of extracts from the Spanish journal,...
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Life, Voyages, and Exploits of Sir Francis Drake: With Numerous Original ...

John Barrow - 1844 - 187 páginas
...prevention ; with all which their great terrible ostentation they did not, in all their sailing round about England, so much as sink or take one ship, bark,...even burn so much as one sheepcote on this land." It is said that the Spanish noblemen and the officers of the Armada had made a specific division among...
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Ainsworth's Magazine, Volumen5

William Harrison Ainsworth - 1844
...which exults that with " their great terrible ostentation they did not, in all their sailing round about England, so much as sink or take one ship, bark, pinnace, or cock -boat of ours, or even burn so much as one sheep-cote on this laud." All this was not enough for...
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Notes and Queries

1898
...Raleigh s assertion concerning the Armada, that " in all tlieir sailing round about England" they did not "so much as sink or take one ship, bark, pinnace, or cock-boat of ours, or even burn so much аз one sheepcote on the land." Still, brave as our countrymen showed themselves when they fought...
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