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" It appeared scarcely credible to ourselves that, in an open boat, and so poorly provided, we should have been able to reach the coast of Timor in forty-one days after leaving Tofoa, having in that time run, by our log, a distance of 3,618 miles and that,... "
A narrative of the mutiny on board his majesty's ship Bounty - Side 55
af William Bligh - 1838
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The Arminian Magazine: Consisting of Extracts and Original ..., Bind 19

John Wesley - 1796
...diftance of 3618 miles, and that, notwithftanding our extreme diftreis, no one {hould have perifhed in the voyage. , I have already mentioned, that I knew not where the Dutch fettlement was fituated ; but I had a faint idea that it was at the SW part of the illand. I therefore,...
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1812
...distress, no one should have perished on the voyage. , I have already mentioned, that I did not know where the Dutch settlement was situated, but I had a faint idea that it was at the south-west part of the island. I therefore, after day-light, bore away along shore towards that quarter....
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A Collection of the Most Celebrated Voyages & Travels, from the ..., Bind 4

R. P. Forster - 1818
...Timor in forty-one days after leaving Tofba, having in that time run, by our log, a distance of 3618 miles, and that, notwithstanding our extreme distress, no one should have perished in the voyage.' They coasted the island for two days in search of the European settlement ; captain Bligh opposing...
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Dangerous Voyage of Captain Bligh, in an Open Boat, Over 1200 Leagues of the ...

William Bligh - 1820 - 180 sider
...Timor, in forty-one days after leaving Tofoa; having in that time, run by o.ur log the distance of 3618 miles; and that, notwithstanding our extreme distress, no one should have perished on the voyage. I have already mentioned, that I did not know where the Dutch settlement was situated,...
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The Dangerous Voyage Performed by Captain Bligh: With a Part of the Crew of ...

William Bligh - 1824 - 175 sider
...in forty- one days after leaving Tofoa ; having, in that time, run by our log the distance of 3618 miles; and that, notwithstanding our extreme distress, no one should have perished on the voyage. I have already mentioned, that I did not know where the Dutch settlement was si+ tuated,...
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The Eventful History of the Mutiny and Piratical Seizure of H. M. S. Bounty ...

Sir John Barrow - 1831 - 356 sider
...having in that time run, by our log, a distance of three thousand six hundred and eighteen nautical miles; and that, notwithstanding our extreme distress, no one should have perished in the voyage.' On Sunday the 14th they came safely to anchor in Coupang Bay, where they were received with every mark...
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Voyages Round the World, from the Death of Captain Cook to the Present Time ...

Andrew Kippis - 1843 - 448 sider
...Tofoaa, having in that time run by our log a distance of three thousand six hundred and eighteen nautical miles ; and that notwithstanding our extreme distress, no one should have perished in the voyage." The poor sufferers, when landed, were scarcely able to walk ; their condition is described as most...
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A Description of Pitcairn's Island and Its Inhabitants: With an Authentic ...

Sir John Barrow - 1845 - 303 sider
...Tofoa, having in that time run by our log a distance of three thousand six hundred and eighteen nautical miles ; and that, notwithstanding our extreme distress, no one should have perished in the voyage." On Sunday the 14th they came safely to anchor ir. Coupang Bay, where they were received with every...
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Chambers's Miscellany of Useful and ..., Bind 13,Oplag 112 –Bind 15,Oplag 135

William Chambers, Robert Chambers - 1846
...Tofoa, having in that time run, by our log, a distance of 3618 miles, and that, notwithstanding oar extreme distress, no one should have perished in the...situated, but I had a faint idea that it was at the south-west part of the island. I therefore, after daylight, bore away along shore to the south-south-west,...
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The Romance of Adventure, Or, True Tales of Enterprise: Containing Thrilling ...

James Grant - 1852 - 352 sider
...Timor in forty-one days after leaving Tofoa, having in that time run by our log the distance of 3,618 miles, and that, notwithstanding our extreme distress, no one should have perished on the voyage." On Sunday the 14th they anchored in Coupang Bay, in such a condition of exhaustion...
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