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" Having supplied ourselves with everything necessary, on the fifth of May we departed from the port, and sailed one hundred and fifty leagues, keeping so close to the coast as never 'to lose it from our sight. The nature of the country appeared much the... "
The Voyage of Verrazzano: A Chapter in the Early History of Maritime ... - Page 181
by Henry Cruse Murphy - 1875 - 202 pages
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Collections of the New-York Historical Society for the Year ...

New York (State) - 1841
...for the defence of the harbour.* Having supplied ourselves with every thing necessary, on the fifth of May we departed from the port, and sailed one hundred...as before, but the mountains were a little higher, • The above description applies to Narraganset bay and the harbour of Newport in Rhode Island, akhough...
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An Account of Discoveries in the West Until 1519, and of Voyages to and ...

Conway Robinson, Virginia Historical Society - America - 1848 - 491 pages
...New York. Th. Int. 46, a doubtless Block Island.— ED. IT are briefly described in a preceding piI were a little higher, and all in appearance rich in...favourable for pursuing our voyage, and the country presented no variety. The shore stretched to the east, and fifty leagues beyond more to the north,...
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The Magazine of American History with Notes and Queries, Volume 12

John Austin Stevens, Benjamin Franklin DeCosta, Henry Phelps Johnston, Martha Joanna Lamb, Nathan Gillett Pond - United States - 1884
...the whole extent of New England coast and islands : " Departing from thence, we kept along the coast [keeping so close to the coast as never to lose it from our sight] steering north-east, and found the country more pleasant and open, free from woods, and distant in...
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The History of Hernando de Soto and Florida: Or, Record of the Events of ...

Barnard Shipp - America - 1881 - 689 pages
...bulwark for the defence of the harbor. " Having supplied ourselves with everything necessary, on the 5th of May we departed from the port, and sailed one hundred...minerals. We did not stop to land, as the weather was very favorable for pursuing our voyage, and the country presented no variety. The shore stretched to the...
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Stories of Discovery Told by Discovers...

E. E. Hale - 1882 - 290 pages
...with us until we had cast anchor. ... Having supplied ourselves with everything necessary, on the 6th of May we departed from the port, and sailed one hundred...minerals. We did not stop to land, as the weather was very favorable for pursuing our voyage, and the country presented no variety. The shore stretched to the...
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Stories of Discovery Told by Discoverers

Edward Everett Hale - Discoveries in geography - 1883 - 290 pages
...us until we had cast anchor. . . . Having -supplied ourselves with everything necessary, on the 6th of May we departed from the port, and sailed one hundred...minerals. We did not stop to land, as the weather was very favorable for pursuing our voyage, and the country presented no variety. The shore stretched to the...
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The Discoveries of America to the Year 1525, Volume 1

Arthur James Weise - America - 1884 - 380 pages
...hundred and fifty leagues, keeping close enough to the coast not to lose it from our sight. The character of the country appeared much the same as before, but the mountains were a little higher, and in all appearance rich in minerals. " We did not stop to land, as the weather was very favorable for...
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The Magazine of History with Notes and Queries, Volume 12

History - 1884
...the whole extent of New England coast and islands : " Departing from thence, we kept along the coast [keeping so close to the coast as never to lose it from our sight] steering north-east, and found the country more pleasant and open, free from woods, and distant in...
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The Magazine of History with Notes and Queries, Volume 12

History - 1884
...the whole extent of New England coast and islands : " Departing from thence, we kept along the coast [keeping so close to the coast as never to lose it from our sight] steering north-east, and found the country more pleasant and open, free from woods, and distant in...
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The Discoveries of America to the Year 1525, Volume 1

Arthur James Weise - America - 1884 - 380 pages
...Verrazzano writes : " Having supplied ourselves with every thing necessary, on the sixth of May \pld stylist we departed from the port, and sailed one hundred and fifty leagues, keeping close enough to the coast not to lose it from our sight. The character of the country appeared much...
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