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The Naval History of Great Britain: From the Year MDCCLXXXIII to MDCCCXXII. - Seite 229
von Edward Pelham Brenton - 1825
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The New monthly magazine and universal register

...quite sufficient. The fleet at 'his time, by the springing up of the sea breeze, had reached the hay, and were preparing the boats and flotilla for service, until near two o'cloi-k, when, observing my officer was returning with the signal flying, that no answer had been...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Band 86,Teil 2

1816
...quite sufficient. — The fleet at this time, by the springing-up of the sea-breeze, had reached Ihe bay, and were preparing the boats and flotilla for...observing my officer was returning with the signal Hying that no answer had been received, after a delay of upwards of three hours, I instantly made a...
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Lives of the British Admirals: Containing Also a New and Accurate ..., Band 8

John Campbell, John Berkenhout, Henry Redhead Yorke, William Stevenson - 1817
...officer then said, he would wait two or three hours ; he then observed, two hours was quite sufficient. The fleet at this time, by the springing up of the...observing my officer was returning with the signal flying (hat no answer had been received, after a delay of upwards of three hours, I instantly made a signal...
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Dodsley's Annual Register, Band 58

1817
...Officer then said he would wait two or three hours ; he then observed, two hours was quite sufficient. The fleet at this time, by the springing up of the...bay, and were preparing the boats and flotilla for servue, until near two o'clock, when, observing my officer was returning with the signal flying that...
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Annual Register, Band 58

Edmund Burke - 1817
...Officer then said he would wait two or three hours ; he then observed, two hours was quite sufficient. The fleet at this time, by the springing up of the sea-breeze, had leached the bay, and were preparing the boats and flotilla for service, \intil near two o'clock, when,...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Band 9

Walter Scott - 1820
...officer then said he wauld wait two or three hours; be then observed, two hours was quite sufficient. The fleet at this time, by the springing up of the...signal flying that no answer had been received, after » delay of upwards of three liours, I instantly made the signal to know if the ships were all ready,...
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The Edinburgh annual register

1820
...officer then said he wauld wait two or three hours ; he then observed, two hours was quite sufficient. The fleet at this time, by the springing up of the...observing my officer was returning with the signal Hying that no answer had been received, after a delay of upwards of three hours, I instantly made the...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Band 9

Walter Scott - 1820
...officer then said he wciuld wait two or three hours ; he then observed, two hours was quite sufficient. The fleet at this time, by the springing up of the...until near two o'clock, when, observing my officer wag returning with the eignal flying that no answer had been received, after a delay of upwards of...
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The New Monthly Magazine, and Universal Register, Band 1

1816
...observed, two hours was quite sufficient. The fleet at this time, by the springing up of the Svrt breeze, had reached the bay, and were preparing the boats...observing my officer Was returning with the signal Hying, that no answer had been received, after a delay of upwards of three hours, 1 instasdy made the...
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The life of admiral viscount Exmouth

Edward Osler, Edward Pellew (1st visct. Exmouth.) - 1835
...officer then said he would wait two or three hours. He then observed two hours was quite sufficient. The fleet at this time, by the springing up of the...until near two o'clock, when, observing my officer returning with the signal flying that no answer had been received, after a delay of upwards of three...
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