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Knihy Knihy 110 z 12 na dotaz ... to a return on the same track by which we had entered. After a quarter of an....
" ... to a return on the same track by which we had entered. After a quarter of an hour, the ice was again made ahead, and the full danger of our situation was realized. The ship was certainly embayed; and although the extent of sea-room to which we were... "
Narrative of the United States' Exploring Expedition: During the Years 1838 ... - Strana 134
autor/autoři: Charles Wilkes - 1845 - 372 str.
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The dew-drop and the mist; or, An account of the nature, properties, dangers ...

Charles Tomlinson - 1847
...dozen voices proclaimed the barrier to be in sight just a-head. The ship, which a moment before seemed as if unpeopled, from the stillness of all on board,...the wind which was unfavourable to a return on the sama track by which we had entered. After a quarter of an hour, the ice was again made a-head, and...
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Summer in the Antarctic Regions: A Narrative of Voyages of Discovery Towards ...

Charles Tomlinson - 1848 - 203 str.
...dozen voices proclaimed the barrier to be in sight just ahead. The ship, which a moment before seemed as if unpeopled, from the stillness of all on board,...our situation was realized. The ship was certainly embayed ; and although the extent of sea-room to which we were limited was rendered invisible by the...
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Narrative of the United States Exploring Expedition: During the ..., Svazek 2

Charles Wilkes - 1849
...dozen voices proclaimed the barrier to be in sight, just ahead. The ship, which a moment before seemed as if unpeopled, from the stillness of all on board,...our situation was realized. The ship was certainly embayed ; and although the extent of sea-room to which \ve were limited, was rendered invisible by...
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Voyage Round the World: Embracing the Principal Events of the Narrative of ...

Charles Wilkes - 1849 - 668 str.
...dozen voices proclaimed the barrier to be in sight, just ahead. The ship, which a moment before seemed as if unpeopled, from the stillness of all on board,...evolutions necessary to bring her to the wind, which was unfavorable to a return on the same track by which we had entered. After a quarter of an hour, the...
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The dew-drop and the mist; or, An account of the nature, properties, dangers ...

Charles Tomlinson - 1860
...dozen voices proclaimed the barrier to be in sight just ahead. The ship, which a moment before seemed as if unpeopled, from the stillness of all on board,...our situation was realized. The ship was certainly embayed ; and although the extent of sea-room to which we were limited was rendered invisible by the...
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Winter in the Arctic Regions, and Summer in the Antarctic Regions

Charles Tomlinson - 1872 - 368 str.
...voices proclaimed the barrier to be in sight, just ahead. The ship, which for a moment before seemed as if unpeopled, from the stillness of all on board,...our situation was realized. The ship was certainly embayed; and although the extent of sea-room to which we were limited was rendered invisible by the...
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A History of the United States Navy, from 1775 to 1893, Svazek 2

Edgar Stanton Maclay - 1894
...dozen voices proclaimed the barriers to be in sight, just ahead. The ship, which a moment before seemed as if unpeopled, from the stillness of all on board,...instantly alive with the bustle of performing the evolution necessary to bring her to the wind, \vhich was unfavorable to a return on the same tack....
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A History of the United States Navy, from 1775 to 1898, Svazek 2

Edgar Stanton Maclay - 1898
...dozen voices proclaimed the barriers to be in sight, just ahead. The ship, which a moment before seemed as if unpeopled, from the stillness of all on board,...instantly alive with the bustle of performing the evolution necessary to bring her to the wind, which was unfavorable to a return on the same tack. After...
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The Antarctic Manual

Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain) - 1901 - 586 str.
...dozen voices proclaimed the barrier to be in sight, just ahead. The ship, which a moment before seemed as if unpeopled, from the stillness of all on board,...made ahead, and the full danger of our situation was realised. The ship was certainly embayed, and although the extent of sea-room to which we were limited...
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The Antarctic Manual for the Use of the Expedition of 1901: Map

George Murray - 1901 - 586 str.
...dozen voices proclaimed the barrier to be in sight, just ahead. The ship, which a moment before seemed as if unpeopled, from the stillness of all on board,...made ahead, and the full danger of our situation was realised. The ship was certainly embayed, and although the extent of sea-room to which we were limited...
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