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" ... in name, which sometime was so called. There is no part of earth here to be taken up, wherein there is not some probable show of gold or silver. "
History of the State of Washington - Page 12
by Edmond Stephen Meany - 1909 - 406 pages
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Notes and Queries

Questions and answers - 1851
...Voyages, p. 440-42., where an account is given of Sir i\ Drake's taking possession of Nova Albion. " There is no part of earth here to bee taken up, wherein there is not special) likelihood of gold or silver." In Calendar's Voyages, vol. ip 303., and other collections...
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The World Encompassed by Sir Francis Drake: Being His Next Voyage to that to ...

Sir Francis Drake, Francis Fletcher, Francis Pretty, John Cooke, Nuno da Silva, Edward Cliffe, Lopo Vaz - Voyages around the world - 1854 - 295 pages
...bankes and cliffes, which ly towardes the sea : and the other, because it might haue some afnnitie with our countrey in name, which sometime was so called....is no part of earth here to bee taken up, wherein °°v!frtti"dthe there is not some speciall likelihood of gold or siluer. jSia0' ~ At our departure...
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Address on the History of California, from the Discovery of the Country to ...

Edmund Randolph - California - 1860 - 72 pages
...Albion, and ''that for two causes : the one in respect of the white bankes "and cliifes which lie toward the sea ; and the other because "it might have some affinitie with our country in name, which "sometime was so called." " There is no part of earth here to be taken up, wherein...
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Letter From the Secretary of the Treasury

1867
...Albion, and that for two causes: the one in respect of the white bank^s and cliffes which lie toward the sea; and the other because it might have some...which sometime was so called. " There is no part of eartli here to be taken up, wherein there is not a reasonable quantitie of gold or silver" Every one...
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Reports upon the mineral resources of the United States

John Ross Browne, United States. Dept. of the Treasury, James Wickes Taylor - Gold mines and mining - 1867 - 360 pages
...the one in respect of the white bankes and cliffes which lie toward the sea ; and the other becanse it might have some affinitie with our countrey in name, which sometime was so called. " Therr is no part of earth htre to be taken up, wherein there w ņuta reasonable quantifie of gold...
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th Congress, 2d ...

United States. Congress. House - United States - 1867
...respect of the. white bankes and clines which lie toward the sea; and the other because it might bave some affinitie with our countrey in name, which sometime was so called. " There in no Ą>urt of earth livre lu be taken up, wherein there is ņola reasonable quanlitie of %uld or...
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History of Butte County, California, Volumes 1-2

Harry Laurenz Wells, Frank T. Gilbert, W. L. Chambers - Butte County (Calif.) - 1882 - 305 pages
...white bankes and cliffes which lie toward the sea ; and the other because it might have some aflmitie with our countrey in name, which sometime was so called. "There is no part of earth here to be taken up, wherein there is not a reasonable quantitie of gold or silver. Before sailing away our...
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Harper's Magazine, Volume 66

1883
...supposed, but erroneously, that the Spaniards had never visited that region, and his recorder says of it: "There is no part of earth here to bee taken up wherein there is not some speciall likelihood of gold and silver." Then he sailed across the Pacific, taking for this passage from midsummer until October...
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Harper's Magazine, Volume 66

Language Arts & Disciplines - 1883
...supposed, but erroneously, that the Spaniards had never visited that region, and his recorder says of it: "There is no part of earth here to bee taken up wherein there is not some speciall likelihood of gold and silver." Then he sailed across the Pacific, taking for this passage from midsummer until October...
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History of the Pacific States of North America: California

Hubert Howe Bancroft - British Columbia - 1884
...other, that it might haue some affinity, euen in name also, with our own country, which was sometime so called." "There is no part of earth here to bee...wherein there is not some speciall likelihood of gold or silver."44 " Before we went from thence, our Generall caused to be set vp a monument of our being there,...
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