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" ... on account of its difficult and perilous navigation, its great obscurity, its profound depth, and frequent tempests ; through fear of its mighty fishes, and its haughty winds ; yet there are many islands in it, some peopled, others uninhabited. There... "
Shores of Vespucci: or, Romance without fiction - Page 8
by Marshall Tufts - 1833 - 240 pages
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Newton's London Journal of Arts and Sciences: Being Record of the Progress ...

William Newton, Charles Frederick Partington - Technology - 1828
...are many islands in it, some peopled, others uninhabited. There is no mariner who dares to enter into its: deep waters, or if any have done so, they have...this ocean, although they roll as high as mountains, yet maintain themselves without breaking ; for, if they broke, it would be impossible for ship to plough...
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The London Journal of Arts and Sciences

1828
...are many islands in it, some peopled, others uninhabited. There is no mariner who dares to enter into its deep waters, or if any have done so, they have...this ocean, although they roll as high as mountains, yet maintain themselves without breaking ; for, if they broke, it would be impossible for ship to plough...
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The London journal of arts and sciences (and repertory of patent inventions ...

William Newton - 1828
...it, some ;peopled, others uninhabited. .There is no mariner who dares to enter into its deep.watersj or if any have done. so, they have merely kept along...this ocean, although they roll as high as mountains, yet maintain themselves without breaking ; for, if they broke, it would be impossible for ship to plough...
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The Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus

Washington Irving - America - 1829 - 12 pages
...it, some of which are peopled, and others uninhabited. There is no mariner who dares to enter into its deep waters ; or if any have done so, they have...from them. The waves of this ocean, although they rojl as high as mountains, yet maintain themselves without breaking ; for if they broke, it would be...
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An historical account of the circumnavigation of the globe and of the ...

Historical account - 1836
...are many islands in it, some peopled, others uninhabited. There is no mariner who dares to enter into its deep waters ; or, if any have done so, they have...this ocean, although they roll as high as mountains, yet maintain themselves without breaking ; for if they broke, it would be impossible for a ship to...
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An Historical Account of the Circumnavigation of the Globe: And of the ...

Voyages around the world - 1837 - 350 pages
...are many islands in it, some peopled, others uninhabited. There is no mariner who dares to enter into its deep waters ; or, if any have done so, they have...this ocean, although they roll as high as mountains, yet maintain themselves without breaking ; for if they broke, it would be impossible for a ship to...
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Tales and Ballads

Caroline Howard Gilman - 1884 - 190 pages
...are many islands in it, some peopled, others uninhabited. There is no mariner who dares to enter into its deep waters or, if any have done so, they have...along its coasts, fearful of departing from them." This was the picture the wise man drew, but his tempests, obscurity, haughty winds and mighty fishes...
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A History of the United States: On a New Plan : Adapted to the Capacity of ...

Jesse Olney - United States - 1839 - 288 pages
...peopled, and others uninhabited. There is no mariner who dares to enter" into its deep waters ; or if they have done so, they have merely kept along its coasts, fearful of departing from them." I The invention of letters is attributed to the Phoenicians. Cadmus, the leader of ac colony from Pba-nic.ia,...
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The Saturday Magazine, Volume 19

Periodicals - 1841
...it, some of which are peopled, and others uninhabited. There is no mariner who dares to enter Into its deep waters ; or if any have done so, they have...this ocean, although they roll as high as mountains, yet maintain themselves without breaking; for if they broke, it would be impossible for a ship to plough...
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The Saturday magazine

1841
...it, some of which are peopled, and others uninhabited. There is no mariner who dures to enter into its deep waters ; or if any have done so, they have...them. The waves of this ocean, although they roll ш high as mountains, yet maintain themselves without breaking; for if they broke, it would be impossible...
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