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" Clerke's resolutions were made known. We were all heartily sick of a navigation full of danger, and in which the utmost perseverance had not been repaid with the smallest probability of success. We therefore turned our faces toward home, after an absence... "
A Chronological History of Voyages Into the Arctic Regions: Undertaken ... - Página 316
por John Barrow - 1818 - 427 páginas
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The New London Magazine, Volumen2

...which, notvrithftanding the tedious voyage we had dill to make, and tbc immenfe di (lance we had to rue, were as freely entertained, and perhaps as fully enjoyed, as if we had been already in fight of the Land's end. [To be concluded in our next.] On the Seven WISE MEN of GREECE. o K would...
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Annual Register, Volumen27

Edmund Burke - 1787
...fatisfaction, which, notwithftanding the tedious voyage we had Hill to make, and the immenfe diftance we had to run; were as freely entertained, and perhaps as fully enjoyed, as if we had been already in fight of the Land's- end." ,, If from the labours, the perils, and the natural had effefts ariilng...
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A New, Authentic Collection of Captain Cook's Voyages Round the World ...

1790 - 628 páginas
...notwithstanding the tedious voyage we had; ft ill to make, and the immenfe diftance we had to run, which we as freely entertained, and perhaps as fully enjoyed, as if we had been already in fight of the Land's-end. BOOK III. CHAP. X. . jtetuin to, Kamtfchatka—Death of Capt. Clerke An account....
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Historical Account of the Most Celebrated Voyages, Travels, and Discoveries ...

William Fordyce Mavor - 1796
...fatisfacUon which, notwithftanding the tedious voyage we had flill to make, and the immrnfe diltance we had to run, were as freely entertained, and perhaps as fully enjoyed, as if we had been already in fight of the Land's End. Captain Clerke was now no longer able to get out ot his bed ; he therefore...
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Annual Register, Volumen27

1800
...fitisfaction, which, notwithstanding the tedious voyage we Ivid ilili to make, and (he immenfe diilance we had to run, were as freely entertained, and perhaps as fully enjoyed, as if we had been already in fight oí the Land's- end." If from the labours, the perils, aod ihe natural bad effects from the variation...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1800
...fatisfaclion, which, notwithstanding the tedious* voyage we had Hill to make, and the immenfe diilance we had to run, were as freely entertained, and perhaps as fully enjoyed, as if we had been already ir* JUgbt of ihe Land's-end."- - ... If from the labours, the perils, and the natuial bad effefts arifing...
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A General Collection of Voyages and Travels, from the Discovery of America ...

William Fordyce Mavor - 1809
...as soon as Captain Clerke's resolutions were made known. We were all heartily sick of a narigation full of danger, and in which the utmost perseverance...enjoyed, as if we had been already in sight of the Land's-end. On the 28th, we kept working to windward with a fresh breeze from the south east, having...
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A General History of Voyages and Travels to the End of the 18th ..., Volumen17

Robert Kerr - 1816
...to conceal the joy that brightened .he countenance of every individual, as soon as Captain Clarke's resolutions were made known. We were all heartily...enjoyed, as if we had been already in sight of the Land's-end. • ' On the 28lh, we kept working to windward with a fresh breeze from the SE, having...
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A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Arranged ..., Volumen17

Robert Kerr - 1824
...render all other efforts toward discovery impracticable, to explore the coast of Japan. I will not endeavour to conceal the joy that brightened the countenance...enjoyed, as if we had been already in sight of the Land's-end. On the 28th, we kept working to windward with a fresh breeze from the SE, having the coast...
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A general history and collection of voyages and travels, arranged ..., Volumen17

General history - 1824
...endeavour to conceal the joy that brightened he countenance of evtry individual, as soon as Captain i Clerke's resolutions were made known. We were all...had to run, were as freely entertained, and perhaps us fully enjoyed, as if we had been already in sight of the Lmid's-end. On the 28th, we kept working...
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