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" Had they been bound to Naples, the most natural thing for them to have done would have been to run along their own shore to the eastward, where they would have ports every 20 leagues of coast to take shelter in. "
The naval history of Great Britain, from the declaration of war by France in ... - Page 326
by William James, Frederick Chamier - 1837
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The Naval History of Great Britain: From the Year MDCCLXXXIII to MDCCCXXII.

Edward Pelham Brenton - Great Britain - 1824
...without difficulty have gone to the westward. Secondly, they came out with gentle breezes, at NW and NNW Had they been bound to Naples, the most natural thing...their own shore to the eastward, where they would have had ports every twenty leagues to take shelter in. Thirdly,they bore away on the evening of the 18th,...
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The naval history of Great Britain, from ... 1793, to ... 1820 ..., Volume 3

William James - 1837
...have acted right. Firstly ; the wind had blown from north-east to south-east for 14 days beforethey sailed : therefore they might, without difficulty,...bore away in the evening of the 18th, with a strong gale at north-west or north-north-west, steering south or south by west. It blew so hard that the Seahorse...
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The Naval History of Great Britain, from the Year MDCCLXXXIII. to MDCCCXXXVI.

Edward Pelham Brenton - Great Britain - 1837
...without difficulty have gone to the westward. Secondly, they came out with gentle breezes at NW and NNVV. Had they been bound to Naples, the most natural thing...their own shore to the eastward, where they would have had ports every 20 leagues to take shelter in. Thirdly, they bore away on the evening of the 18th,...
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The dispatches and letters of vice admiral ... Nelson, with notes ..., Volume 6

Horatio Nelson (1st visct.) - 1846
...without difficulty have gone to the Westward. 2. They came out with gentle breezes at N.VV. and NNW Had they been bound to Naples, the most natural thing...their own shore to the Eastward, where they would have had Ports every twenty leagues of Coast to take shelter in. 3. They bore away in the evening of the...
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England's battles by sea and land, from the commencement of the French ...

William Freke Williams, William Cooke Stafford - 1854
...feel that I have acted right. Firstly : the wind had blown from north-east to south-east for fourteen days before they sailed ; therefore they might, without...to the eastward, where they would have ports every twenty leagues of coast to take shelter in. Thirdly : they bore away in the evening of the 18th, with...
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The naval history of Great Britain, from ... 1793, to ... 1820, with an ...

William James - 1859
...Melville), explaining why he had considered Egypt to be the destination of the French fleet. "Feeling as I do," he says, "that I am entirely responsible to my...bore away in the evening of the 18th, with a strong gale at north-west or north-north-west steering south or south by west. It blew so hard that the Seahorse...
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Vol.1,2, by lt. col. Williams History of the wars caused by the ..., Volumes 1-2

1864
...feel that I have acted right. Firstly : the wind had blown from north-east to south-east for fourteen days before they sailed ; therefore they might, without...to the eastward, where they would have ports every twenty leagues of coast to take shelter in. Thirdly : they bore away in the evening of the 18th, with...
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The Southwestern Reporter, Volume 169

Law reports, digests, etc - 1915
...unbusinesslike and ruinous competition, to unite their interests in one great company (as, in fact, they did), the most natural thing for them to have done would have been to meet together and talk it over and agree on the details. In the case above cited the Supreme Court...
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The Royal Navy: A History from the Earliest Times to the Present, Volume 5

Sir William Laird Clowes, Sir Clements Robert Markham, Alfred Thayer Mahan, Herbert Wrigley Wilson, Theodore Roosevelt, Leonard George Carr Laughton - Great Britain - 1900
...Firstly ; the wind had blown from north•east to south-east for fourteen days before they mailed : therefore, they might, without •difficulty, have...natural thing for them to have done would have been for them to run along their own shore to the eastward, where they would have ports every 20 leagues...
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Reports of Cases Determined by the Supreme Court of the State of ..., Volume 259

Missouri. Supreme Court - Law reports, digests, etc - 1915
...their interests in one great State ex rel. v. Polar Wave Ice & Fuel Co. company (as in fact they did), the most natural thing for them to have done would have been to meet together and talk it over and agree on the details. In the case above cited [Standard Oil Co....
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