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" IM h other, when in company. Our expedition, from the period of leaving England, was not a combined expedition, as may be seen from the foregoing pages, although the Admiralty orders admitted of but one interpretation on the subject, which ran as follows... "
The discovery of the North-west Passage - Page xxx
by Sir Robert John Le Mesurier McClure - 1857 - 405 pages
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Journal of a Second Voyage for the Discovery of a North-west Passage from ...

Sir William Edward Parry - Eskimos - 1824 - 464 pages
...proceedings, with an urgent request that it may be forwarded to England with the utmost possible despatch. We deem it right to caution you against suffering the two vessels placed under your order* to separate, except in the event *of accident or unavoidable necessity; and we desire you to...
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A Personal Narrative of the Discovery of the North-west Passage: With ...

Sir Alexander Armstrong - . - 1857 - 616 pages
...the Admiralty orders admitted of but one interpretation on the subject, which ran as follows:"We deem it* right to caution you against suffering the...in the event of accident or unavoidable necessity." Notwithstanding the positive nature of these orders, ' Enterprize' left us twelve days after leaving...
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The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal

History - 1858
...although the Admiralty orders admitted of but one interpretation on the subject, which ran as follows: 'We deem it right to caution you against suffering...in the event of accident or unavoidable necessity.' Notwithstanding the positive nature of these order*, the Enterprize left us twelve days after leaving...
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The Dublin University Magazine, Volume 51

History - 1858
...the Admiralty orders admitted of but one interpretation on the subject, which ran as follows : - We deem it right to caution you against suffering...in the event of accident or unavoidable necessity.' Notwithstanding the positive nature of these orders, the Enterprize left us twelve days after leaving...
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The Dublin University Magazine A Literary and Political Journal VOL.LI ...

The Dublin University Magazine A Literary and Political Journal VOL.LI.January to June,1858 - 1858
...interpretation on the subject, which ran as follows: 'We deem it right to caution you against suH'ering the two vessels placed under your orders to separate,...in the event of accident or unavoidable necessity.' Notwithstanding the positive nature of these orders, the Enterjirize left us twelve days after leaving...
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Journal of H.M.S. Enterprise: On the Expedition in Search of Sir John ...

Sir Richard Collinson - Arctic regions - 1889 - 531 pages
...be supplied with all the printed Voyages and Travels in those Northern Eegions ; and the Memorandum and Instructions drawn up by Sir John Richardson as...right to caution you against suffering the two vessels under your orders to separate, except in the event of accident or unavoidable necessity ; and we desire...
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The United Service Magazine, Volume 1; Volume 83

Arthur William Alsager Pollock - Military art and science - 1857
...Admiralty had, as usual, attempted to cripple them both by a peremptory order, couched in this wise : " We deem it right to caution you against suffering the two vessels placed nnda your orders to separate, except in the event of accident or nnavoida&k necessity." Parting company...
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