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" However, the capstan and windlace were manned with as many hands as could be spared from the pumps, and the ship floating about twenty minutes after ten o'clock, the effort was made, and she was heaved into deep water. It was some... "
An Account of the Voyages Undertaken by the Order of His Present Majesty for ... - Page 94
by John Byron, John Samuel Wallis, James Cook, Philip Carteret, Sir Joseph Banks - 1785
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An Account of the Voyages Undertaken by the Order of His Present Majesty ...

John Byron, Samuel Wallis, Philip Carteret, James Cook, Joseph Banks, Constantine John Phipps Baron Mulgrave - Arctic regions - 1775 - 489 pages
...mod rude and uncivilized upon the earth. To thofe only who have waited in a ftate of fuch fufpence, death has approached in all his terrors ; and as the...many hands as could be fpared from the pumps, and the (hip floating about twenty minutes after ten o'clock, the effort was made, and (he was heaved into...
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A general history and collection of voyages and travels, arranged in ...

General history - 1814
...most rude and uncivilized upon the earth. To those only who have waited in a state of such suspense, Death has approached in all his terrors ; and as the...that was to determine our fate came on, every one saw his own sensations pictured in the countenances of his companions : However, the capstan and windlace...
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A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Volume 13

Robert Kerr - Voyages and travels - 1815
...most rude and uncivilized upon the earth. To those only who have waited in a state of such suspense, Death has approached in all his terrors ; and as the...that was to determine our fate came on, every one saw his own sensations pictured in the countenances of his companions : However, the capstan and windlace...
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A General History of Voyages and Travels to the End of the 18th ..., Volume 13

Robert Kerr - 1815
...most rude and uncivilized upon the earth. To those only who have watted in a state of such snspense, Death has approached in all his terrors ; and as the...that was to determine our fate came on, every one saw his own sensations pictured in the countenances of his companions : However, the capstan and windlace...
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A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Arranged ..., Volume 13

Robert Kerr - Explorers - 1824
...rude. and uncivilized upon the earth. To those only who have waited in a state of such sus.r pense, Death has approached in all his terrors ; and as the...that was to determine our fate came on, every one saw his own sensations pictured in the countenances of his companions : However, the capstan and windlace...
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The Voyages of Captain James Cook, Volume 1

James Cook - Oceania - 1842
...most rude and uncivilised upon the earth. To those only who have waited in a state of such suspense, death has approached in all his terrors ; and as the...that was to determine our fate came on, every one saw his own sensations pictured in the countenances of his companions : however, the capstan and windlass...
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The Romance of Adventure, Or, True Tales of Enterprise: Containing Thrilling ...

James Grant - Adventure and adventurers - 1852 - 352 pages
...most rude and uncivilized upon the earth. " To those only who have waited in a state of such suspense, Death has approached in all his terrors ; and as the...that was to determine our fate came on, every one saw his own sensations pictured in the countenances of his companions. However, the capstan and windlass...
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The history of Australian discovery and colonisation

Samuel Bennett - Australia - 1865 - 661 pages
...the following interesting account: " To those only who have waited in a state of such suspense death has approached in all his terrors, and as the...that was to determine our fate came on, every one saw his own sensations pictured in the countenances of his companions ; however, the capstan and windlass...
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Monarchs of ocean: Columbus and Cook

Biography & Autobiography - 1866
...most rude and uncivilised upon the earth. To those only who have waited in a state of such suspense, death has approached in all his terrors ; and as the...that was to determine our fate came on, every one saw his own sensations pictured in the countenances of his companions. However, the capstan and windlass...
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The Shipwrecked mariner

1879
...carrying all the crew. Cook remarks : " To those only who have waited in a state of such suspense, death has approached in all his terrors ; and as the...dreadful moment that was to determine our fate came on, everyone saw his own sensations pictured in the countenance of his companions.'' [We would ask the...
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