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" At 2.15 am (the 7th) the gale had somewhat subsided, and the wind went round to the north-west, but without any squall ; in fact, the weather moderated, the heavy bank of clouds had passed off to the eastward, and the stars came out clear and bright ;... "
Lifeboats, Projectiles and Other Means for Saving Life - Page 64
by Robert Bennet Forbes - 1872 - 163 pages
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Annual Register, Volume 112

Edmund Burke - 1871 - 670 pages
...north-west, but without any squall ; in fact, the weather moderated, the heavy bank of clouds had passed off to the eastward, and the stars came out clear and...been last observed, although the lights of some were visible at a distance. When the day broke the squadron was somewhat scattered, and only ten ships,...
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The Annual Register, Volume 112

Edmund Burke - 1871 - 666 pages
...north-west, but without any squall ; in fact, the weather moderated, the heavy bank of clouds had passed off to the eastward, and the stars came out clear and...been last observed, although the lights of some were visible at a distance. When the day broke the squadron was somewhat scattered, and only ten ships,...
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The Annual Register, Volume 112

Edmund Burke - 1871 - 664 pages
...north-west, but without any squall ; in fact, the weather moderated, the heavy bank of clouds had passed off to the eastward, and the stars came out clear and...been last observed, although the lights of some were visible at a distance. When the day broke the squadron was somewhat scattered, and only ten ships,...
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A hundred wonders of the world in nature and art, ed. by J. Small

John Small - 1876 - 646 pages
...northwest, but without any squall ; in fact, the weather moderated, the heavy bank of clouds had passed off to the eastward, and the stars came out clear and...been last observed, although the lights of some were visible at a distance. When the day broke, the squadron was somewhat scattered, and only ten ships...
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A Book about Travelling, Past and Present

Thomas Allan Croal - 1877 - 644 pages
...north-west,but without any squall ; in fact, the weather moderated, the heavy bank of clouds had passed off to the eastward, and the stars came out clear and...been last observed, although the lights of some were visible at a distance. When the day broke, the squadron was somewhat scattered, and only ten ships...
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Great Shipwrecks: A Record of Perils and Disasters at Sea. 1544-1877 ...

William Henry Davenport Adams - 1877 - 800 pages
...north-west, but without any squall ; in fact, the weather moderated, the heavy bank of clouds had passed off to the eastward, and the stars came out clear and...considerable light, was setting; no large ship was near us where the Captain had been observed, although the lights of some were visible at a distance."...
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A Book about Travelling, Past and Present

Thomas Allan Croal - 1877 - 668 pages
...without anysquall ; 404 40$ in fact, the weather moderated, the heavy bank of clouds had passed off to the eastward, and the stars came out clear and...bright ; the moon, which had given considerable light, waa setting. No large ship was seen near us where the 'Captain' had been last observed, although the...
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Notable shipwrecks, retold by uncle Hardy

William Senior - 1881 - 300 pages
...north-west, but without any squall ; in fact, the weather moderated, the heavy bank of clouds had passed off to the eastward, and the stars came out clear and...considerable light, was setting ; no large ship was near us where the ' Captain ' had been observed, although the lights of some were visible at a distance."...
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Ironclads in Action: A Sketch of Naval Warfare from 1855 to 1895, Volume 2

Herbert Wrigley Wilson - 1896 - 484 pages
...northwest, but without any' squall; in fact, the wind moderated, the heavy bank of cloud had passed off to the eastward, and the stars came out clear and...been last observed, although the lights of some were visible at a distance. When the da┬┐' broke the squadron was somewhat scattered, and only ten ships,...
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Ironclads in Action: A Sketch of Naval Warfare from 1855 to 1895 ..., Volume 2

Herbert Wrigley Wilson - 1898 - 520 pages
...northwest, but without any squall ; in fact, the wind moderated, the heavy bank of cloud had passed off to the eastward, and the stars came out clear and...been last observed, although the lights of some were visible at a distance. When the day broke the squadron was somewhat scattered, and only ten ships,...
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