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" The next boat forward (tie pinnace) was also lowered full, but by some accident the after-tackle alone got unhooked, and she was dragged forward by the fore-tackle with such rapidity that the sea swept round her sides, and washed every soul out of her.... "
Sorrow on the sea: being an account of the loss of the steam-ship 'Amazon ... - Page 25
by Sorrow - 1852
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The Nautical Magazine: A Journal of Papers on Subjects Connected ..., Volume 21

Shipping - 1852
...shrieks. The next boat forward (the pinnace) was also lowered full, but by some accident the after tackle alone got unhooked, and she was dragged forward by...round her sides and washed every soul out of her. The next boat on the same side was a No. 2 life- boat, at which I observed several hands trying to...
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The Journal of the Society of arts, and of the institutions in union [afterw ...

1853
...were in her drifted astern, all clinging together with dreadful shrieks. The next boat forward (tie pinnace) was also lowered full, but by some accident...round her sides, and washed every soul out of her. At this time the second cutter had reached the water, when a sea struck her bow, and as the ship rose...
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The North American Miscellany and Dollar Magazine, Volumes 3-4

1852
...but by some accident the after tackle alone got unhooked, as she dragged forward by the fore tackle with such rapidity that the sea swept round her sides, and washed every soul out of her. The next boat on the same side was a No. 2 life-boat, at which I observed several hands trying to get...
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Journal of the Society of Arts, Volume 1

Arts - 1853
...accident the after-tackle alone got unhooked, ami she was dragged forward by the fore-tackle \rith such rapidity that the sea swept round her sides, and washed every soul out of her. At this time the second cutter had reached the water, wheu a sea struck her bow, and as the ship rose...
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Storm and sunshine; or, The boyhood of Herbert Falconer

William Edward Dickson - 1857
...with dreadful shrieks. The next boat was the pinnace. By some accident the after- tackle alone was unhooked, and she was dragged forward by the fore-tackle...round her sides, and washed every soul out of her. The "gig," however, containing six persons, and the " dingy," with Mr. Vincent and four other persons,...
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Journal of the Royal United Service Institution, Volume 17

Military art and science - 1874
...The next boat forward (the pinnace) was also " lowered fall, hut by some accident the after tackle alone got unhooked, •' and she was dragged forward...that the sea swept round her sides, and washed every sonl ont of her. " At this time the second cutter had reached the water, when a sea " struck the bow,...
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The Journal of the United Service Institution, Volume 2

Military art and science - 1859
...by some accident the after tackle alone got unhooked, and she was dragged forward by the fore tackle with such rapidity that the sea swept round her sides and washed every soul out of her. At this time the second cutter had reached the water, when a sea struck the bow, and as the ship rose...
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Journal of the Royal United Services Institute for Defence Studies, Volume 2

Royal United Services Institute for Defence Studies - Military art and science - 1859
...sonic accident the after tackle alone got unhooked, and she was dragged forward by the fore tackle with such rapidity that the sea swept round her sides and washed every soul out of her. At this time the second cutter had reached the water, when a sea struck the bow, and as the ship rose...
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