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" ... this Rhodian made was not greatly hazardous. For in this age a valiant and judicious man of war will not fear to pass by the best appointed fort of Europe, with the help of a good tide and a leading gale of wind ; no, though forty pieces of great... "
The History of the World: In Five Books. Viz. Treating of the Beginning and ... - Page 64
by Sir Walter Raleigh - 1820
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The Life of Sir Walter Ralegh from His Birth to His Death on the Scaffold ...

William Oldys - Great Britain - 1740 - 576 pages
...afterwards, exemplifying how little a refolute and experienced Man of War will fear to "pafs by the beft appointed Fort of Europe, with the Help of a good Tide and a leading Gale of Wind; and how hard a Matter it is to flop a good Ship without another as good to encounter it, fays, * The...
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The Works of Sir Walter Ralegh, Kt: The history of the world

Sir Walter Raleigh, William Oldys, Thomas Birch - 1829
...there was no great artillery, nor any other weapons of fire to kill afar off, the adventure v. liich this Rhodian made was not greatly hazardous. For in...Sweden were at war, our East-land fleet, bound for Liefland, was forbidden by the king of Denmark to trade with the subjects of his enemies, and he threatened...
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The lives

Sir Walter Raleigh, Thomas Birch, William Oldys - 1829
...Mexico. 'Sir Walter Ralegh afterwards, exemplifying how little a resolute and experienced man of war will fear to pass by the best appointed fort of Europe,...the help of a good tide and a leading gale of wind; and how hard a matter it is to stop a good ship without another as good to encounter it, says, " The...
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The Naval Tracts of Sir William Monson, Volume 22, Issue 1

Sir William Monson - Admirals - 1902
...' In this age a valiant and judicious man-ofwar will not fear to pass by the best appointed fort in Europe with the help of a good tide and a leading...mouths against him and threaten to tear him in pieces' (Hist. of the World, Book V. cap. 1, sect. 10). Tactically the mission of a fleet is not to engage...
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The Naval Tracts of Sir William Monson, Volume 1

Sir William Monson - Admirals - 1902 - 395 pages
...' In this age a valiant and judicious man-ofwar will not fear to pass by the best appointed fort in Europe with the help of a good tide and a leading...mouths against him and threaten to tear him in pieces' (Hist, of ihe H'orM, Book V. cap. I, sect. i0). Tactically the mission of a fleet is not to engage...
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Writings on Writing

Rudyard Kipling, Kipling Rudyard - Fiction - 1996 - 213 pages
...So he gives his reasons and his experiences thus : 'In this age a valiant and judicious man-of-war will not fear to pass by the best appointed fort of...mouths against him, and threaten to tear him in pieces. It was not long since, that the Duke of Parma, besieging Antwerp and finding no possibility to master...
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