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" ... alternate hopes and fears. During the night the combatants lay by to refresh and refit. At the dawn of day the trumpets again summoned them to arms. The battle continued so obstinate that the neglected vessels drove before an ebb-tide and south wind,... "
The History, Ancient and Modern, of the Sheriffdoms of Fife and Kinross ... - Page 332
by Sir Robert Sibbald - 1803 - 468 pages
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The Scotsman's Library: Being a Collection of Anecdotes and Facts ...

James Mitchell - Scotland - 1825 - 740 pages
...obstinate, that the neglected vessels drove before an ebb-tide, and south wind, till they were opposite the mouth of the Tay. At length the valour and seamanship...where the wounded were properly tended. Wood presented Hull to the Scottish monarch, and was rewarded as such eminent services merited. James gave a specimen...
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The book of Scottish anecdote, collected and ed. by A. Hislop

Alexander Hislop (publisher) - 1874
...obstinate that |he ^cglected vessels drove before an ebb-tide and south wind, till they were. opposite the mouth of the Tay. At length the valour and seamanship of Wood prevailed ; the three English ships weje captured and brought to Dundee, where the wounded were properly tended. Wood presented Bull to...
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Hislop's Book of Scottish anecdote

Alexander Hislop (publisher) - 1875
...obstinate that the neglected vessels drove before an ebb-tide and south wind, till they were opposite the mouth of the Tay. At length the valour and seamanship...by bestowing gifts upon the English commander and his people, and sending them and their ships as a present to their sovereign, whom he at the same time...
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The great triumphs of great men

1875
...neglected vessels drove before an ebb-tide and south wind, till they were opposite the mouth of the river Tay. At length the valour and seamanship of Wood prevailed:...by bestowing gifts upon the English commander and his people, and sending them and their ships as a present to their sovereign, whom he at the same time...
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