Holland, and gave them every information in my power, that in case any accident should happen to me, those who survived might have some idea of what they were about, and be able to find their way to Timor, which at present... Great Sea Stories - Side 109redigeret af - 1921 - 332 siderFuld visning - Om denne bog
| John Wesley - 1796
...receive of bread at the times I ferved it. I alfo amu-fcd all hands, with defcribing the fituation **of New Guinea and New Holland, and gave them every information in my power, that in** cafe any accident happened to me, thole who furvived might have fome idea of what they were about,... | |
| 1796
...of water, and half an ounce of bread. I endeavoured to amufe my people by defcribing the fituation **of New Guinea and New Holland, and gave them every information in my power, that in** cafe any accident happened to me, thofe who furvived might have fome idea of what they were about,... | |
| William Fordyce Mavor - 1802
...in getting every thing dry and in order. To keep up the spirits of the men, the captain amused them **with describing the situation of New Guinea and New Holland, and gave them** all the information in his power, that in case any accident happened to him, the survivors mi^ht have... | |
| 1812
...the boat, twenty-five of which weighed a pound, or sixteen ounces, I adopted one weighing 272 grains, **as the proportion of weight that each person should...my power, that in case any accident happened to me,** the survivors might be able to have some idea of the way to Timor, which at present they knew nothing... | |
| R. P. Forster - 1818
...pistol-balls in the boat, twenty-five of which weighed one pound, or sixteen ounces, I adopted one, **as the proportion of weight that each person should...and New Holland, and gave them every information in** uiy power, that in case any accident happened to me, those who survived might have some idea of what... | |
| William Bligh - 1820 - 180 sider
...boat, twenty-five of which weighed a pound, or sixteen ounces, I adopted one, weighing 272 grains, **as the proportion of weight that each person should receive of bread, at the times** 1 served U. I also amused all hands with describing the situation of New Guinea, and New Holland, 42... | |
| William Bligh - 1824 - 175 sider
...boat, twenty-five of which weighed a pound, or sixteen ounces, I adopted one, weighing 272 grains, **as the proportion of weight that each person should...and gave them every information in my power, that in** eve any accident happened to me, the survivors might be able to have some idea of the way to Timor,... | |
| Sir John Barrow - 1831 - 356 sider
...in the boat, twenty-five of which weighed one pound or sixteen ounces, I adopted one of these balls **as the proportion of weight that each person should...served it. I also amused all hands with describing the** situations of New Guinea and New Holland, and gave them every information in my power, that in case... | |
| Sir John Barrow - 1831 - 356 sider
...should receive of bread at the times I served it. I also amused all hands with describing the situations **of New Guinea and New Holland, and gave them every...information in my power, that in case any accident** should happen to me, those who survived might have some idea of what they were about, and be able to... | |
| Sir John Barrow - 1832 - 303 sider
...in the boat, twenty-five of which weighed one pound, or sixteen ounces, I adopted one of these balls **as the proportion of weight that each person should...receive of bread at the times I served it. I also amused** aH hands with describing the situations of New-Guinea and NewHolland, and gave them every information... | |
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