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" It happened after some time that a north wind began to blow with great force, and the ships of the Tartars, which lay near the shore of the island., were driven foul of each other. It was determined thereupon, in a council of the officers on board, that... "
Japan: An Account, Geographical and Historical - Page 159
by Charles MacFarlane - 1856 - 365 pages
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JAPAN: AN ACCOUNT, GEOGRAPHICAL AND HISTORICAL, FROM THE EARLIEST PERIOD AT ...

CHARLES MAC FARLANE, ESQ - 1852
...execution of his orders, they were unable to gain possession of any city or fortified place, with, tlie exception of one only> which was carried by assault,...disengage themselves from the land ; and accordingly j as soon as the troops were re-embarked, they stood out to sea. The gale, however, increased to so...
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Japan: As it was and is

Richard Hildreth - Japan - 1855 - 576 pages
...heavy wooden club, and presently died. " It happened, after some time, that a north wind began to«blow with great force, and the ships of the Tartars, which...land ; and accordingly, as soon as the troops were disembarked, they stood out to sea. The gale, however, increased to so violent a degree, that a number...
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Japan as it was and is

Richard Hildreth - Japan - 1905 - 611 pages
...club, and presently died. " It happened, after some time, that a north wind began to blow with groat force, and the ships of the Tartars, which lay near...land ; and accordingly, as soon as the troops were dissmbarked, they stood out to sea. The gale, however, increased to so violent a degree, that a number...
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Hildreth's "Japan as it was and is": a handbook of old Japan, Volume 1

Richard Hildreth - History - 1907
...after .sonie time, that a north wind began to blow with groat forco, and thc ships of the TarUirs, which lay near the shore of the island, were driven...they ought to disengage themselves from the land; and aceordingly, as soon as the troops were disembarked, they stood out to sea. The gale, however, increased...
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The Best of the World's Classics, Restricted to Prose, Volume 8

Henry Cabot Lodge, Francis Whiting Halsey - Literature - 1909
...happened, after some time, that a north wind began to blow with great force, and the ships of the Tatars which lay near the shore of the island were driven foul of each other. It was determined, therefore, in a council of the officers on board, that they ought to disengage themselves from the...
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The Travels of Marco Polo

Marco Polo - Fiction - 1997 - 285 pages
...were beaten with a heavy wooden club, and presendy died. It happened, after some tune, that a norm wind began to blow with great force, and the ships...were driven foul of each other. It was determined mereupon, in a council of the officers on board, that they ought to disengage themselves from the land;...
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The Travels of Marco Polo

Marco Polo, Manuel Komroff - History - 2002 - 370 pages
...the exception of one only, which was carried by assault, the garrison having refused to surrender. It happened, after some time, that a north wind began...the island, were driven foul of each other. It was then determined, in a council of the officers on board, that they ought to disengage themselves from...
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The Travels of Marco Polo, the Venetian

John Masefield - 2002 - 461 pages
...wound. Upon this discover)' being made, they were beaten with a heavy wooden club, and presently died.1 It happened, after some time, that a north wind began...board, that they ought to disengage themselves from he land ; and accordingly, as soon as the troops were re-embarked, they stood out to sea. The gale,...
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The Travels of Marco Polo

Marco Polo, Manuel Komroff - Biography & Autobiography - 2003 - 370 pages
...the exception of one only, which was carried by assault, the garrison having refused to surrender. It happened, after some time, that a north wind began...the island, were driven foul of each other. It was then determined, in a council of the officers on board, that they ought to disengage themselves from...
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