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" ... the ship received. We found, by the well, that she made no water, and by dark she struck no more. God was merciful to us, and the tide, almost miraculously, fell no lower. "
Arctic Explorations and Discoveries During the Nineteenth Century: Being ... - Page 124
by Samuel Mosheim Smucker, William L. Allison - 1886 - 640 pages
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A narrative of Arctic discovery: from the earliest period to the present ...

John Joseph Shillinglaw - Arctic regions - 1851 - 364 pages
...world; and I am firmly persuaded that the resignation which was then shewn to the will of the Almighty was the means of obtaining His mercy. God was merciful...and the tide, almost miraculously, fell no lower." Very appropriately was the scene of this affecting narrative named the Bay of God's Mercy. On the 12th...
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Sir John Franklin and The Arctic Regions

P.L. Simmonds - 1852
...; and I am firmly persuaded that the resignation which was then shown to the will of the Almighty, was the means of obtaining His mercy. God was merciful...they encountered, about a fortnight later, another feariul storm. On the 12th of September, when off the entrance of Wager Inlet, it blew so hard for...
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Sir John Franklin and the Arctic regions: a narrative, showing the progress ...

Peter Lund Simmonds - Arctic regions - 1853 - 247 pages
...; and I am firmly persuaded that the resignation which was then shown to the will of the Almighty, was the means of obtaining His mercy. God was merciful...Mercy has been given to this spot on the charts by Capt. Lyon. Proceeding onward up the Welcome, they encountered, about a fortnight later, another fearful...
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The constitution of man: considered in relation to external objects

George Combe - Medical - 1853 - 436 pages
...that the ship received. We found by the well that she made no water, and by dark she struck no more. God was merciful to us, and the tide, . almost miraculously, fell no lowert At dark heavy rain fell, but was borne in patience, for it beat down (he gale, and brought with...
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Sir John Franklin and the Arctic regions, a narrative showing the progress ...

Peter Lund Simmonds - 1860
...; and I am firmly persuaded that the resignation which was then shown to the will of the Almighty, was the means of obtaining His mercy. God was merciful...Mercy has been given to this spot on the charts by Capt. Lyon. Proceeding onward up the Welcome, they encountered, about a fortnight later, another fearful...
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The north-west passage and the fate of Sir John Franklin

James Alex Browne - Northwest Passage - 1860 - 102 pages
...world; and I am firmly persuaded that the resignation which was then shown to the will of the Almighty, was the means of obtaining His mercy. God was merciful...lower." The appropriate name of the Bay of God's Mercy was given to this spot by Captain Lyon. A month later they encountered another fearful storm, which...
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The Arctic Regions, and Polar Discoveries During the Nineteenth Century ...

Peter Lund Simmonds - Arctic regions - 1860 - 294 pages
...almost miraculously, fell no lower." The appropriate of the Bay of God s Mercy has been given to this Proceeding onward up the Welcome, they encountered,...about a fortnight later, another fearful storm. On tho 12th of September, when off the entrance of Wager Inlet, it blew so hard for two days, that on...
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Arctic discovery and adventure, by the author of 'Brazil, its history ...

Arctic discovery - 1799
...world ; and I am firmly persuaded that the resignation which was then shown to the will of the Almighty was the means of obtaining his mercy. God was merciful...and the tide, almost miraculously, fell no lower." To the scene of this narrow escape, Captain Lyon, in the spirit of the ancient Arctic adventurers,...
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Shipwrecks and disasters at sea

William Henry G. Kingston - 1873
...one repining word should have been uttered. Each was at peace with his neighbour and all the world. God was merciful to us, and the tide almost miraculously fell no lower." Captain Lyon gave to the spot the appropriate name of the Bay of God's Mercy. The crippled condition...
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The realm of the ice king. By the author of 'Saved from the wreck'.

Thomas Frost - 1874
...after lockers, and this was the last severe shock which the ship received. By dark she struck no more. God was merciful to us, and the tide almost miraculously fell no lower." By dawn of day, the vessel was out of danger, and all hands joined in thanksgiving and praise to God,...
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