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" ... floated on his back to the bows of one of the English ships, where he secured himself by the cables, and calling for assistance, was immediately taken on board with the packet. The captain... "
The London Magazine, Or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer - Página 86
1758
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Annual Register, Volumen1

Edmund Burke - 1759
...fcheme in execution. One night taking the opportunity of all, but the watch, being in a found ileep, he took the packet out of the bag, and having fixed...filently let himfelf down into the bay ; and to prevent noife by fwimming, floated upon his back into the wake of the Englifh man of war, where he fecured...
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Annual Register, Volumen1

1764
...proper opportunity of putting the following fcheme in execution. One night taking the opportunity of all, but the watch, being in a found Леер, he...out of the bag, and having fixed it in his mouth, he filent^ let himfelf down into the bay; and to prevent noife by fwimming, floated upon his back into...
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The Lady's magazine: or, Entertaining companion for the fair sex

1804
...opportunity to make his meditated attempt; he therefore, one night, when all but the watch were asleep, took the packet out of the bag, and having fixed it in his mouth, silently let himself down to .the water, and, to prevent being discovered, floated J3ii his back to...
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The Scots Magazine, Volumen20

1758
...provisions, he obferved an Engliih man of war at anchor there ; and one night, taking the opportunity of all but the watch being in a found Леер, he took the packet out of the bag, fixed it in his mouth, and filently let himfelf down into the bay ; and to prevent noife by fwimming,...
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Dodsley's Annual Register, Volumen1

Edmund Burke - 1795
...scheme in execution : one night taking the opportunity of all, but the watch, being in a sound sleep, he took the packet out of the bag, and having fixed it to his mouth, he silently let himself down into the bay ; and to prevent noise by swimming., floated...
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The Literary Magazine, and American Register, Volumen2

Charles Brockden Brown - 1804
...opportunity to make his meditated attempt ; he therefore one night, when all but the watch were asleep, tix'k the packet out of the bag, and having fixed it in his mouth, silently let himself down to the water, and, to prevent being discovered, floated on his back to the...
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The New Wonderful Museum, and Extraordinary Magazine: Being a Complete ...

William Granger - 1805
...opportunity to make his meditated attempt; he therefore one night, when all but the watch were afleep, took the packet out of the bag, and having fixed it in his mouth filently let himfclf down to the water, and, to prevent being difcovered, floated on his back to the...
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The Eccentric Mirror:: Reflecting a Faithful and Interesting Delineation of ...

G. H. Wilson - 1807
...opportunity to make his meditated attempt; he therefore one night, when all but the watch were asleep, took the packet out of- the bag, and having fixed it in his mouth silently let bimself down to the water, and, to prevent being discovered, floated on• his back to...
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The Amusing chronicle, a weekly repository for miscellaneous ..., Volumen1

1816
...meditated attempt, he therefore one night, while the tide set in, and when all but the watch were asleep, took the packet out of the bag,, and having fixed it in his mouth, silently let himself down to the water, and to prevent being discovered, floated on his back to the...
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The Log Book; Or, Nautical Miscellany..

Old Sailor - 1830 - 498 páginas
...opportunity to make his meditated attempt; he therefore one night, when all but the watch were asleep, took the packet out of the bag, and, having fixed it in his mouth, silently let himself down to the water, and, to prevent discovery, floated on his back to the bows...
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