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" Providence at this interval gave to my anxious wishes the usual land wind common in this bay, and my expectations were completed. We were all hands employed warping and towing off, and by the help of the light air, the whole were under sail and came... "
Naval Institute Proceedings - Page 492
by United States Naval Institute - 1901
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Bulletins and Other State Intelligence

1816
...could not be brought to bear, continued to annoy the ships by shot and shells during the whole time. Providence at this interval gave to my anxious wishes...the whole were under sail, and came to anchor out ef reach of shells, about two in the morning, after twelve hours incessant labour. The flotilla of...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany, Volume 2

Asia - 1816
...could not be brought to bear, continued to annoy the ships by shot and sheila during the whole time. Providence at this interval gave to my anxious wishes the usual land wind, опиши» in this bay, and my expectations were completed. We were all hands cmployed warping and...
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Annual Register, Volume 58

Edmund Burke - History - 1817
...could flot be brought to bear, continued to annoy the ships by shot and shells (luring the whole time. Providence at this interval gave to my anxious wishes...wind; common in this bay, and my expectations were com pleted¿ We were all hands em.' ployed warping and towing off and, by the help of the light air,...
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Lives of the British admirals, and naval history of Great Britain, chiefly ...

1841
...could not be brought to bear, continued to annoy the ships by shot and shells during the whole time. Providence at this interval gave to my anxious wishes...completed. We were all hands employed •warping and towing oft', and by the help of the light air, the whole were under sail, and came to anchor out of reach...
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The United States Magazine and Democratic Review, Volume 13

United States - 1843
...part of my instructions, and -should make every preparation for withdrawing the ships ;" and again he says : " Providence, at this interval, gave to my...anxious wishes the usual land wind common in this bay. We .were all hands employed in warping . and towing off, and by the help of the light air the whole...
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Remarkable sieges, from 1453

Henry Ottley - 1854
...killed, and nine of his crew. The barge, by rowing more rapidly, had suffered less, and lost but two. " Providence at this interval gave to my anxious wishes...completed. We were all hands employed, warping and towing oft', and by the help of the light air the whole were under sail, and came to anchor out of reach of...
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Permanent Fortifications and Sea-coast Defences: To Accompany Bill H.R. 416 ...

Fortification - 1862 - 528 pages
...this wind should spring up. "Providence at this interval," (between ten and eleven o'clock at night,) "gave to my anxious wishes the usual land wind common...expectations were completed. We were all hands employed in warping and towing off, and, by the help of the light air, the whole were under sail and came to...
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The warriors of our wooden walls and their victories. With additions and ...

1864
...time. Providence, at this interval, gave I 1 to my anxious wishes the usual land wind, common in the bay, and my expectations were completed. "We were...were under sail, and came to anchor out of reach of shells, about two in the morning, after twelve hours incessant labour. The flotilla of mortar, gun,...
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HISTORY OF THE PEACE BEING A HISTORY OF ENGLAND FROM 1816 TO 1854

HARRIET MNARTUNEAU - 1865
...reached by our guns ; the ships were becalmed. " Providence at this interval," says Lord Exmouth, " gave to my anxious wishes the usual land wind, common...were under sail, and came to anchor out of reach of shells about two in the morning, after twelve hours' incessant labor." There, when the ships had hauled...
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The Shipwrecked mariner, Volumes 16-17

1869
...could not be brought to bear, continued to annoy the ships ty shot and shells during the whole time. Providence at this interval gave to my anxious wishes the usual land win"' common in this bay, and my expectations were completed. We were «W hands employed warping and...
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