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" Head of the Ship. Whereupon the Sailors, fearing to fall foul upon the Shore before Day, desired the Captain to put the Ship about, and to stand off till Day appeared; to which the Captain gave his consent. So we plied off till Day, and then stood in... "
Te Pito Te Henua, Or Easter Island
by William J. Thomson
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The Monthly review. New and improved ser

1801
...from the original.} M \Vc btcered S. by E, J E. uutil we came to the latitude of 27° 20' •outk, south ; when, about two hours before day, we fell in with a srBall low sandy island, and heard a great roaring noise like that of the sea beating upon the áhore,...
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Report Upon the Condition and Progress of the U.S. National Museum During ...

United States National Museum - 1891
...recovered from our fright we kept on to the southward. \Ve steered south-aud-by-east-hilf-easterly, until we came to latitude 27 degrees 20 minutes south,...in with a small low, sandy island and heard a great roariug noise, like that of the sea beating upon the shore, right ahead of the ship. Whereupon the...
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Report Upon the Condition and Progress of the U.S. National Museum During ...

United States National Museum - 1891
...recovered from our fright we kept on to the southward. We steered south-aud-by-east-half-easterly, until we came to latitude 27 degrees 20 minutes south, when about two hours before •lay we fell in with a small low, sandy island and heard a great roaring noise, like that of the...
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The Voyage of Captain Don Felipe González: In the Ship of the Line San ...

Felipe González de Haedo, Jacob Roggeveen - Voyages and travels - 1908 - 176 pages
...1687]. ..We steered South and by East half Easterly, until we came to the Latitude of 27 Deg. 20 Min. S. when about two Hours before Day we fell in with a...great roaring noise, like that of the Sea beating upon its shore, right ahead of the Ship. Whereupon the Sailors, fearing to fall foul upon the Shore before...
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