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" In the evening Mr Bligh returned, and reported, that he had found a bay in which was good anchorage, and fresh water in a situation tolerably easy to be come at. "
THE STORY OF THE PHILIPPINES - Page 330
by MURAT HALSTEAD - 1898
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Historical Account of the Most Celebrated Voyages, Travels, and Discoveries ...

William Fordyce Mavor - Voyages and travels - 1796
...any of the fhot IhouK "'.&, the furrounding multitude of native ther more iurprilled than frightened. In the evening Mr. Bligh returned, and reported that...had found a bay, in "which was good anchorage, and frefli water. Here I refolded to carry the fhips to refit, and fupply ourfelvcs with every refrefhment...
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Historical Account of the Most Celebrated Voyages, Travels, and Discoveries ...

Discoveries in geography - 1796
...take effect, the furrounding multitude of native* itemed rather more furprifed than frightened. fn the evening Mr. Bligh returned, and reported that...had found a bay, in which was good anchorage, and frefh water. Here I refolved to carry the fnips to refit, and fupply ourfelves with, every refrefhment...
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A General History of Voyages and Travels to the End of the 18th ..., Volume 16

Robert Kerr - 1815
...surrounding multitude of natives seemed rather more surprised than frightened. IB theevenine Mr Blitfh returned, and reported, that he had found a bay in...ourselves with every refreshment that the place could nnord. As night approached, the greater part of our visitor* retired to the snore, but numbers of them...
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Captain Cook's Three Voyages Round the World: With a Sketch of His Life

James Cook - Explorers - 1880 - 512 pages
...should take effect, the surrounding multitude of natives seemed rather more surprised than frightened. In the evening Mr. Bligh returned, and reported that...anchorage and fresh water in a situation tolerably easy of access. Into this bay I resolved to carry the ships, there to refit and supply ourselves with every...
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Captain Cook's voyages

1882
...should take effect, the surrounding multitude of natives seemed rather more surprised than frightened. In the evening Mr. Bligh returned, and reported that he had found a hay in which was good anchorage and fresh water in a situation tolerably easy of access. Into this...
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Historical Records of New South Wales: part 1. [Papers ..., Volume 1, Part 1

Frank Murcott Bladen - New South Wales - 1893
...variable faint breezes of 17 Jan. wind. In the evening Mr. Bligh returned, and reported that Mr. в%п he had found a bay in which was good anchorage and fresh water, tolerable easy to come at. Into this bay I resolved to go to refit the ship and take in water. As the...
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Historical Records of New South Wales: pt.1. Cook, 1762-1780

New South Wales - New South Wales - 1893
...variable faint breezes of 17 Jan. wind. In the evening Mr. Bligh returned, and reported that Mr. в%ь he had found a bay in which was good anchorage and fresh water, tolerable easy to come at. Into this bay I resolved to go to refit the ship and take in water. As the...
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Historical Records of New South Wales, Volume 1, Part 1

Frank Murcot Bladen - 1893
...and variable faint breezes of 17 Jan. wind. In the evening Mr. Bligh returned, and reported that Mr. he had found a bay in which was good anchorage and fresh Ц^ы water, tolerable easy to come at. 'Into this bay I resolved to go to refit the ship and take...
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Pictorial History of America's New Possessions: The Isthmian ..., Volume 1

Murat Halstead - Cuba - 1899 - 681 pages
...of sending away our guests. "In the evening Mr. Bligh returned and reported that he had found a hay in which was good anchorage, and fresh water in a...greater part of our visitors retired to the shore, hut numbers of them requested our permission to sleep on board. Curiosity was not the only motive,...
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Cook's voyages of discovery, ed. by J. Barrow

James Cook - 1904
...should take effect, the surrounding multitude of natives seemed rather more surprised than frightened. In the evening Mr. Bligh returned, and reported that...bay, in which was good anchorage and fresh water. Here I resolved to carry the ships to refit, and supply ourselves with every refreshment the place...
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