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" PM saw the entrance of our desired port bearing east-southeast, distance six leagues ; in steering-sails, and hauled our wind in shore. At 8 PM, being a little to windward of the entrance of the harbor, bore away and run in east-northeast between the... "
All Over Oregon and Washington: Observations on the Country, Its Scenery ... - Page 11
by Frances Fuller Victor - 1872 - 368 pages
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Memoir, Historical and Political, on the Northwest Coast of North America ...

Robert Greenhow - America - 1840 - 228 pages
...wind in shore. At 8 AM, being a little to windward of the entrance of the harbor, boie away, and run in eastnortheast between the breakers, having from...up which we steered Many canoes came alongside. At 1 p. M. came to with the small bower, in ten fathoms, black and white sand. The entrance between the...
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volume 6

1842
...wind in shore. At 8 PM, being a little to windward of the entrance of the harbor, bore away and run in east-northeast between the breakers, having from...up which we steered. Many canoes came alongside. At 1 PM came to with the small bower in ten fathoms, black and white sand. The entrance between the bars...
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Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volume 6

Freeman Hunt, William B. Dana - Commerce - 1842
...wind in shore. At 8 PM, being a little to windward of the entrance of the harbor, bore away and run in east-northeast between the breakers, having from...up which we steered. Many canoes came alongside. At 1 PM came to with the small bower in ten fathoms, black and white sand. The entrance between the bars...
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History of Oregon Territory: It Being a Demonstration of the Title of the ...

Thomas Jefferson Farnham - 1844 - 80 pages
...llth day of May, 1792, Captain Gray discovered the mouth of the Columbia ; and, crossing the bar, " found this to be a large river of fresh water, up which he steered." Here they remained until the 20th. That Captain Gray was the first to discover the Columbia...
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The Oregon territory, its history and discovery: including an account of the ...

Sir Travers Twiss - Northwest boundary of the United States - 1846 - 264 pages
...bore away and run in ENE between the breakers, having from five to seven fathoms water. When we came over the bar, we found this to be a large river of fresh water, up which we steered." In the British statement it is admitted that " Mr. Gray, finding himself in the bay formed by the discharge...
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Reports of Committees: 30th Congress, 1st Session - 48th Congress, 2nd Session

United States. Congress. Senate - United States - 1852
...for the shore May 7th, 1792, and beat about among the breakers, Ac., till about noon of the llth, " when we were over the bar we found this to be a river of fresh water, up which we steered." Extracts from this log-book are published in House report...
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Historical Magazine: And Notes and Queries Concerning the Antiquities ...

United States - 1870
...seventh of May, 1792. nnd beat about •imong the breiker?, < t?. , till about noon of the eleventh; when we were over the bar, we found this to be a river of fresh water, up which we steered. Extracts from this log-book nre published in House Report,...
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Collections of the Minnesota Historical Society, Volume 9

Dakota Indians - 1901 - 694 pages
...May, 1792, by Captain Robert Gray, a New England navigator, who says in his logbook under that date: "Beheld our desired port, bearing east-south-east,...large river of fresh water, up which we steered." Captain Gray remained in the Columbia from the 11th until the 20th of May, during which time he sailed...
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Vigilante Days and Ways: The Pioneers of the Rockies : the Makers and Making ...

Nathaniel Pitt Langford - Frontier and pioneer life - 1890
...1792, by Captain Robert Gray, a New England navigator, who says in his logbook under that date : " Beheld our desired port, bearing east-south-east,...large river of fresh water, up which we steered." Captain Gray remained in the Columbia from the llth until the 20th of August, during which time he...
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Atlantis Arisen: Or, Talks of a Tourist about Oregon and Washington

Frances Fuller Victor - Oregon - 1891 - 412 pages
...being a little to the windward of the entrance of the harbor, bore away, and ran in east- northeast, between the breakers, having from five to seven fathoms...this to be a large river of fresh water, up which wo steered. Many canoes came alongside. At one PM came to, with the small bower, in ten fathoms; black...
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