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Knihy Knihy 2127 z 27 na dotaz Under these circumstances we feel ourselves obliged to report, in our opinion, a....
" Under these circumstances we feel ourselves obliged to report, in our opinion, a few days more of such exposure as they have already undergone, would reduce the number of the crew, by sickness, to such an extent as to hazard the safety of the ship and... "
Narrative of the United States' Exploring Expedition: During the Years 1838 ... - Strana 142
autor/autoři: Charles Wilkes - 1845 - 372 str.
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Chronicles of the Cape Fear River: Being Some Account of Historic Events on ...

James Sprunt - 1914 - 594 str.
...responsible position ; he had to have great physical endurance and courage. When shoal water was reached, the safety of the ship and the lives of all on board depended upon his skill and faithfulness. Were he disposed to be treacherous, he could by false soundings,...
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Blue & Gray at Sea: Naval Memoirs of the Civil War

Brian Thomsen - 2003 - 445 str.
...which is overcome is truly delightful to the senses. It was my first great experience, for it involved the safety of the ship and the lives of all on board. The ship was safe. Again in the North Pacific Ocean, with fine weather, and the Aleutian Islands astern,...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1841
...themselves as applicants for the list. " Under these circumstances we feel ourselves obliged to report, in our opinion, a few days more of such exposure as...safety of the ship and the lives of all on board." After which, the surgeon, being restored to duty, reported to me as follows : "I respectfully report...
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Hazard's United States Commercial and Statistical Register, Svazek 3

Samuel Hazard - 1841
...circumstances we feel ourselves obliged to report, in our opinion, a few days more of such exposure us they have already undergone, would reduce the number...safety of the ship and the lives of all on board." After which, the surgeon being restored to duty, reported to me as follows. " I respectfully report...
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Niles' Weekly Register, Svazky 63–64

1842
...our opinion, a few days more such exposing us they hav • already undergone, would reduce the mimbcr of the crew by sickness to such an extent as to hazard the safety of the ship and the lives on board il better tu hazard the event rather than em- After which theilurg(,nn bcins restored to duly,...
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The siege of the South Pole

1905
...impaired that a few days more of such trying work as they had recently had would increase the sick list to such an extent as to hazard the safety of the ship. In order to deal with this sudden crisis, Wilkes restored the suspended surgeon to duty so as to get...
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Asiatic Journal, Svazek 26

1828
...tropics with such a number of sick on board, might cause the malady to increase, and thereby endanger the safety of the ship, and the lives of all on board. " There being only one navigator left now to conduct the ship, who was as likely to be taken ill as...
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