The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 59

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The Society, 1905 - New England
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Vols. 37-52 (1883-98) include section: Genealogical gleanings in England, by H. F. Waters.

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Page 182 - In sundrie of these stormes the winds were so feirce, and y e seas so high, as they could not beare a knote of saile, but were forced to Hull, for diuerce days togither; And in one of them, as they lay at Hull in a mighty
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Page 181 - The one and twentieth day, about flue a clocke at night there began a vehement tempest, which lasted all the night, with winds, raine, and thunders in a terrible manner. Wee were forced to lie at Hull that night, because we thought wee had beene neerer land then wee were. . . . The
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Page 182 - they saw a sight full of piteous strangenes : a ship, or rather the carkas of the shippe, or rather some few bones of the carkas, hulling there, part broken, part burned, part drowned : death hauing vsed more than one dart to that destruction.^
Page 184 - How do you like this my Lord Prince, these are mad boys, I tell you, these are things that will not strike their topsayles to a Foist. And let a man of war, an Argosie hull and cry
Page 180 - The most part of the Fleete •which were further shot vp within the straights, and so farre to the leeward, as that they could not double the land, following the course of the General!, who led them the way, tooke in their Sayles, and layde it a hull amongst the

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