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" ... let go my hold and dropped into the boat, a sailor at the same time endeavouring to catch me. We remained within a short distance of the burning ship, in the hope of saving others, for I should think two hours ; and although we could distinctly observe... "
Sorrow on the sea: being an account of the loss of the steam-ship 'Amazon ... - Page 41
by Sorrow - 1852
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 94

Edmund Burke - History - 1853
...and stayed by the burning ship two hours at great hazard ; but though they could distinctly perceive the poor creatures huddled together aft and many on the bows and bowsprit, none seemed to commit themselves to the sea. The young lady lay in the bottom of the boat in her night...
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The Nautical Magazine: A Journal of Papers on Subjects Connected ..., Volume 21

Shipping - 1852
...huddled together aft, and many on the bows and bowsprit, we did not perceive any in the water. l!y this time the engines had ceased. When all hope was...the men prepared to pull towards land, if possible. Although we were about thirty hours in the small boat, during the whole of which anxious time there...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History and Politics of ..., Volume 94

History - 1853
...and stayed by the burning ship two hours at great hazard ; but though they could distinctly perceive the poor creatures huddled together aft and many on the bows and bowsprit, none seemed to commit themselves to the sea. The young lady lay in the bottom of the boat in her night...
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Annual Register, Volume 94

Edmund Burke - History - 1853
...and stayed by the burning ship two hours at great hazard ; but though they could distinctly perceive the poor creatures huddled together aft and many on the bows and bowsprit, none seemed to commit themselves to the sea. The young lad)' lay in the bottom of the boat in her night...
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