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  • Hesperides His Sailing From Julia by Robert Herrick 119069Hesperides His Sailing From JuliaRobert Herrick (35.) His Sailing From Julia When
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  • Sailing Alone Around the World by Joshua Slocum 117802Sailing Alone Around the WorldJoshua Slocum Chapter I Chapter II Chapter III Chapter IV Chapter
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  • A-SAILING 177803A Book of Nursery Songs and Rhymes — Nursery Songs/XLII. A SHIP A-SAILINGSabine Baring-Gould I saw a ship a-sailing, A-sailing on
    835 bytes (122 words) - 14:53, 28 August 2015
  • called The Sailings. Navigational computer programs and calculators commonly contain algorithms for computing all of the problems of the sailings. For those
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  • 1617096Lyrical ballads Volume I — LinesWilliam Wordsworth LINES Written when sailing in a Boat At EVENING. How rich the wave, in front, imprest With
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  • Dim-visioned, to smite for the morrow unknown but desired. September, 1914.   Sailing for Flanders TO need any more the skies or man to importune For us departing
    407 bytes (789 words) - 12:41, 24 September 2015
  • voyage. These sources include notices to mariners, summary of corrections, sailing directions, light lists, tide tables, sight reduction tables, and almanacs
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  • intend to come alive; And with him beside to help me, it's a-sailing I shall go, It's a-sailing on the water, when the jolly breezes blow And the vessel
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  • by Sidney Lanier 59008BarnaclesSidney Lanier1867     My soul is sailing through the sea,     But the Past is heavy and hindereth me.     The
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  • bird in all the boughs but's eager now to sing, And from afar a ship is sailing home! The cherry-blooms, all lightly blown about the verdant sward, With
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  • Moondyne by John Boyle O'Reilly The Sailing of the Houguemont 229075Moondyne — The Sailing of the HouguemontJohn Boyle O'Reilly The last convict
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  • libelled in the District Court at New York, the steamtug Mabey and the sailing vessel Cooper, which the tug had been towing out to sea, for injuries caused
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  • V: Hiawatha's Fasting Book VI: Hiawatha's Friends Book VII: Hiawatha's Sailing Book VIII: Hiawatha's Fishing Book IX: Hiawatha and the Pearl-Feather Book
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  • bird in all the boughs but 's eager now to sing, And from afar a ship is sailing home! The cherry-blooms, all lightly blown about the verdant sward, With
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  • and so sailed we. I see a wreck to windward and a lofty ship to lee, A-sailing down all on the coasts of High Barbaree. “Then hail her!” our captain
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  • Sailing Directions For The Navigation About Rottnest Island  (1840)  by John Septimus Roe 758076Sailing Directions For The Navigation About Rottnest
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  • by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow The Sailing of the Mayflower 9705The Courtship of Miles Standish — The Sailing of the MayflowerHenry Wadsworth Longfellow
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  • about fifty miles from that port. The vessel was from a foreign port, sailing under register, and drew nine feet of water. The master refused to accept
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  • PoemsWilliam Butler Yeats1938 COLONEL MARTIN I THE Colonel went out sailing, He spoke with Turk and Jew, With Christian and with Infidel, For all
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  • moon shining brightly-the schooner Julia was sailing up Chesapeake Bay. The schooner Dexter was sailing down it. The wind, which was fresh, was between
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