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" At three-quarters past two a fresh wind came in from seaward: we immediately came to sail, and beat over the bar, having from five to seven fathoms water in the channel. At five PM we were out, clear of all the bars, and in twenty fathoms water. A breeze... "
All Over Oregon and Washington: Observations on the Country, Its Scenery ... - Page 15
by Frances Fuller Victor - 1872 - 368 pages
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Memoir, Historical and Political, on the Northwest Coast of North America ...

Robert Greenhow - America - 1840 - 228 pages
...came to sail and beat over the bar, having from live to seven fathoms water in Ihe channel. At 5 p. M. we were out, clear of all the bars, and in twenty fathoms water. A breeze came from the southward ; we bore away to the northward ; set all sail to the best advantage....
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volume 6

Business & Economics - 1842
...were obliged to bring up in three and a half fathoms, the tide running five knots. At three quarters past two, a fresh wind came in from seaward. We immediately...clear of all the bars, and in twenty fathoms water. A breeze came from the southward. We bore away to the northward ; set all sail to the best advantage....
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Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volume 6

Freeman Hunt, William B. Dana - Commerce - 1842
...were obliged to bring up in three and a half fathoms, the tide 'running five knots. At three quarters past two, a fresh wind came in from seaward. We immediately...clear of all the bars, and in twenty fathoms water. A breeze came from the southward. We bore away to the northward ; set all sail to- the best advantage....
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The History of Oregon and California: And the Other Territories of the North ...

Robert Greenhow - California - 1844 - 482 pages
...were obliged to bring up in three and a half fathoms, the tide running five knots. At three quarters past two, a fresh wind came in from seaward ; we immediately...clear of all the bars, and in twenty fathoms water. A breeze came from the southward ; we bore away to the northward ; set all sail to the best advantage....
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History of Shipbuilding on North River, Plymouth County, Massachusetts: With ...

Lloyd Vernon Briggs - North River (Plymouth County, Mass.) - 1889 - 420 pages
...immediately came to sail and beat over the bar, having from five to six fathoms water in the channel. At 5 PM we were out, clear of all the bars, and in twenty fathoms water. A breeze came (Vom the Southward ; we bore away to the Northward ; set all sail to the best advantage....
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Atlantis arisen: or, Talks of a tourist about Oregon and Washington

Frances Fuller Victor - Travel - 1891 - 412 pages
...were obliged to bring up in three and a half fathoms, the tide running five knots. At three-quarters past two a fresh wind came in from seaward ; we immediately...him a copy of his charts. In the controversy which afterwards happened between Great Britain and the United States concerning the title to the Oregon...
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Atlantis Arisen: Or, Talks of a Tourist about Oregon and Washington

Frances Fuller Victor - Oregon - 1891 - 412 pages
...wero obliged to bring up in three and a half fathoms, the tide running five knots. At. three-quarters past two a fresh wind came in from seaward ; we immediately...dispute at that time between Spain and Great Britain. Hero he reported his discovery to the Spanish comandante, Quadra, and gave him a copy of his charts....
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The Quarterly of the Oregon Historical Society

Local history - 1917
...from seaward ; we immediately came to sail and beat over the bar, having from five to seven fathoms of water in the channel. At five PM we were out, clear of all the bars, and in twenty fathoms water. A breeze came from the southward ; we bore away to the northward ; set all sail to the best advantage....
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readings in american history

david saville muzzey - 1915
...2oth . . . At one pm (being full sea), took up the anchor and made sail, standing down river. ... At five pm we were out, clear of all the bars and in twenty fathoms water. ... At eight Cape Hancock bore south-east, distant three leagues. . . . Captain Gray's letter from...
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Readings in American History

David Saville Muzzey - United States - 1915 - 594 pages
...20''' ... At one pm (being full sea), took up the anchor and made sail, standing down river. . . . At five pm we were out, clear of all the bars and in twenty fathoms water. ... At eight Cape Hancock bore south-east, distant three leagues. . . . Captain Gray's letter from...
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