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" Turning towards the south, at the entrance of the harbour, on both sides, there are very pleasant hills, and. many streams of clear water which flow down to the sea. In the midst of the entrance there is a rock of freestone, formed by nature, and suitable... "
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
...without fear of tempests or other dangers. Turning towards the south, at the entrance of the harbour, on both sides, there are very pleasant hills, and...freestone, formed by nature, and suitable for the constmction of any kind of machine or bulwark for the defence of the harbour.* Having supplied ourselves...
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Novelties of the New World: Or, The Adventures and Discoveries of the First ...

Joseph Banvard - Discoveries in geography - 1859 - 324 pages
...safely, without fear of tempests or dangers. Turning towards the south, at the entrance of the harbor, on both sides, there are very pleasant hills, and...streams of clear water, which flow down to the sea." It is upon this indefinite and unsatisfactory description of Verazzano, unaccompanied by any chart...
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The History of Hernando de Soto and Florida: Or, Record of the Events of ...

Barnard Shipp - America - 1881 - 689 pages
...without fear of tempests or other dangers. Turning towards the south, at the entrance of the harbor, on both sides, there are very pleasant hills, and...the entrance there is a rock of free-stone, formed hy nature, and suitable for the construction of any kind of machine or bulwark for the defence of the...
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The Discoveries of America to the Year 1525, Volume 1

Arthur James Weise - America - 1884 - 380 pages
...into the sea. In the middle of the mouth there is a rock of freestone (uno scoglio di viva pietra), formed by nature and suitable for the construction...any kind of machine or bulwark for the defence of the haven." Verrazzano's description of Narragansett Bay, named Port du Refuge on Gastaldi's map of...
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Discovery and Exploration, Volume 1

Alfred Brittain, George Edward Reed - America - 1903 - 511 pages
...without fear of tempests or other dangers. Turning towards the south, at the entrance of the harbor, on both sides, there are very pleasant hills, and...any kind of machine or bulwark for the defence of the harbor. " Having supplied ourselves with everything necessary, on the fifth of May we departed...
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The History of North America Volume 1 Discovery and Exploration

Alfred Brittain - 1903
...without fear of tempests or other dangers. Turning towards the south, at the entrance of the harbor, on both sides, there are very pleasant hills, and...any kind of machine or bulwark for the defence of the harbor. " Having supplied ourselves with everything necessary, on the fifth of May we departed...
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The History of North America, Volume 1

Guy Carleton Lee, Francis Newton Thorpe - United States - 1903
...without fear of tempests or other dangers. Turning towards the south, at the entrance of the harbor, on both sides, there are very pleasant hills, and...any kind of machine or bulwark for the defence of the harbor. " Having supplied ourselves with everything necessary, on the fifth of May we departed...
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The Historians' History of the World: The British colonies, The United ...

Henry Smith Williams - World history - 1904
...without fear of tempests or other dangers. Turning towards the south, at the entrance of the harbour, on both sides, there are very pleasant hills, and...any kind of machine or bulwark for the defence of the harbour. Having supplied ourselves with everything necessary, on the 5th of May we departed from...
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Sailors Narratives of Voyages Along the New England Coast, 1524-1624

George Parker Winship - America - 1905 - 290 pages
...without fear of tempests or other dangers. Turning towards the south, at the entrance of the harbour, on both sides, there are very pleasant hills, and...any kind of machine or bulwark for the defence of the harbour. Having supplied ourselves with every thing necessary, on the fifth of May we departed...
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... Rhode Island: A Study in Separatism

Irving Berdine Richman - Rhode Island - 1905 - 395 pages
...Charlestown, and Westerly the lands are low and marshy. To the northward and entrance of the harbor, on both sides, there are very pleasant hills, and...sea. In the midst of the entrance, there is a rock of free stone [Goat Island], formed by nature, and suitable for the construction of any kind of machine...
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