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" There appeared to have been an abundant stock of ammunition, as the powder was emptied in a heap on the ground by the natives out of the kegs or cases containing it ; and a quantity of ball and shot was found below high-water mark, having probably been... "
The discovery of the North-west Passage - Page 362
by Sir Robert John Le Mesurier McClure - 1857 - 405 pages
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The Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London, Volume 25

Norton Shaw - Geography - 1855
...ammunition, as the gunpowder was emptied by the natives in a heap on the ground out of the kegs or casts containing it, and a quantity of shot and ball was...left on the ice close to the beach before the spring thaw commenced. There must have been a number of telescopes, guns (several of them double-barrelled),...
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The Nautical Magazine: A Journal of Papers on Subjects Connected ..., Volume 23

Shipping - 1854
...out of the kegs or cases containing it ; and a quantity of ball and shot was found brlow high water mark, having probably been left on the ice close to the beach. There must have been a number of watches, compasses, telescopes, guns, (several double-barrelled,)...
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The Methodist new connexion magazine and evangelical repository

Religion
...natives, out of the kegs or cans containing it, and a quantity of ball and shot was found below high water mark, having probably been left on the ice close to the beach. There must have been a number of watches, compasses, telescopes, guns (several double-barrelled), &c.,...
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The Franklin Expedition from First to Last

Richard King - Northwest Passage - 1855 - 224 pages
...the ground by the natives out of the kegs or cases containing it ; and a quantity of ball and shot was found below high-water mark, having probably been left on the ice close to the beach. There must have been a number of watches, compasses, telescopes, guns (several double-barrelled), &c.,...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 96

Edmund Burke - History - 1855
...the ground by the natives out of the kegs or cases containing it ; and a quantity of ball and shot was found below high-water mark, having probably been left on the ice close to the beach. There must have been a number of watches, compasses, telescopes, guns (several double-barrelled), i\-r....
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Hudson's Bay: or, A missionary tour in the territory of the Hon. Hudson's ...

John Ryerson - Missionaries - 1855 - 190 pages
...natives, out of the kegs or cans containing it, and a quantity of ball and shot was found below high water mark, having probably been left on the ice close to the beach. There must have been a number of watches, compasses, telescopes, guns, (several double-barrelled,)...
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Transactions of the Bombay Geographical Society, Volume 12

Bombay Geographical Society - Geography - 1856
...the giound by the natives out of the kegs or cases containing it ; and a quantity of bull and shot was found below high-water mark, having probably been left on the ice close to the beach. There must have beeo a number ot watches, compasses, telescopes, guns (several double-barrelled), &c.,...
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Winter evenings at home: a poem

Thomas Bell (of Barnwell, Northamptonshire.) - 1856 - 104 pages
...out of the kegs or cases containing it ; and a quantity of ball and shot was found below high water mark, having probably been left on the ice close to the beach. There must have been a number of watches, compasses, telescopes, guns (several double-barrelled), &c.,...
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The North-west Passage: And the Plans for the Search for Sir John Franklin ...

John Brown - Arctic regions - 1858 - 463 pages
...out of the kegs or cases containing it, and a quantity of ball and shot was found below high water mark, having probably been left on the ice close to the beach. There must have been a number of watches, compasses, telescopes, guns (several double-barrelled, &c.),...
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ADVENTURES AND ACHIEVEMENTS OF AMERICANS;

HENRY HOWE - 1859
...sustaining life. A few of the unfortunate men must have survived until the arrival of the wild-fowl (say until the end of May), as shots were heard, and...been a number of telescopes, guns (several of them double-barreled), watches, compasses, etc., all of which seem to have been broken up, as I saw pieces...
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