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Dictionary of National Biography - Page 3
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Lives and Voyages of Drake, Cavendish, and Dampier: Including an ...

Christian Isobel Johnstone - America - 1831 - 461 pages
...Dampier all routes were alike. " I was well enough satisfied," he says, " knowing, that the farther we went the more knowledge and experience I should get, which was the main thing I regarded, and should also have the more variety of places to attempt an escape from them." On the...
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Lives and voyages of Drake, Cavendish, and Dampier

Christian Isobel Johnstone - America - 1837 - 432 pages
...Timor. To him all routes were alike. " I was well enough satisfied," he says, " knowing that the farther we went the more knowledge and experience I should get, which was the main thing that I regarded, and should also have the more variety of places to attempt an escape from them."t On the 3d October...
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The United Service Magazine, Volume 25

Arthur William Alsager Pollock - Military art and science - 1837
...continued with ardent constancy. " I was well enough satisfied," he says, " knowing that the further we went, the more knowledge and experience I should get, which was the main thing that I regarded.'1 This was well enough for a time, but the " mad crew," as he styles them, became so unruly...
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The English Circumnavigators: The Most Remarkable Voyages Round the World by ...

David Laing Purves - Explorers - 1874 - 831 pages
...or Dutch ships, which was their greatest fear. I was well enough satisfied, knowing that the farther we went, the more knowledge and experience I should get, which was the main thing that 1 regarded ; and I should also have the more variety of places to attempt an escape from them, being...
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Social England: A Record of the Progress of the People in Religion ..., Volume 5

Henry Duff Traill, James Saumarez Mann - Great Britain - 1899
...great centre of piracy (ef. Kidd's story), and " now lies sunk in St. Augustine's Bay " there. further we •went the more knowledge and experience I should get, which was the main thing I regarded": now he was determined to return to settled life. With seven others (four of them the Malays...
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The Philippine Islands, 1493-1803: Explorations by Early ..., Volume 39

Emma Helen Blair, James Alexander Robertson - Demarcation line of Alexander VI. - 1906
...or Dutch Ships, which was their greatest Fear. I was well enough satisfied, knowing that the farther we went, the more Knowledge and Experience I should get, which was the main Thing that I regarded; and should also have the more variety of Places to attempt an Escape from them, being fully resolv'd...
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The Philippine Islands, 1493-1803: Explorations by Early ..., Volume 39

Emma Helen Blair, James Alexander Robertson - Demarcation line of Alexander VI. - 1906
...or Dutch Ships, which was their greatest Fear. I was well enough satisfied, knowing that the farther we went, the more Knowledge and Experience I should get, which was the main Thing that I regarded; and should also have the more variety of Places to attempt an Escape from them, being fully resolv'd...
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Desperate Journeys, Abandoned Souls: True Stories of Castaways and Other ...

History - 1998 - 608 pages
...my curiosity than to get wealth" and that he remained with another "mad crew" because "the further we went the more knowledge and experience I should get. which was the main thing I regarded." His first circumnavigation certainly would have effected the cure if anything would have....
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Treasure and Intrigue: The Legacy of Captain Kidd

Graham Harris - Biography & Autobiography - 2002 - 348 pages
...marooning of Swan, his endeavours were fruitless and he continued with them "knowing that the further we went, the more knowledge and experience I should get, which was the main thing that I regarded." For the next 18 months they cruised from China to New Holland (Australia) under a new commander, Captain...
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The United Service Magazine, Volume 25

Arthur William Alsager Pollock - Military art and science - 1837
...continued with ardent constancy. " I was well enough satisfied," he says, " knowing that the further we went, the more knowledge and experience I should get, which was the main thing that I regarded.'' This was well enough for a time, but the " mad crew," as he styles them, became so unruly and capricious,...
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