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Bøker Bok 110 av 19... and so thick, that no cannon could go through her. This great ship cumbered Scotland...
" ... and so thick, that no cannon could go through her. This great ship cumbered Scotland to get her to sea. "
The Ship-builders' Complete Guide: Comprehending the Theory and Practice of ... - Side 11
av Charles Frederick Partington - 1826 - 144 sider
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History of Marine Architecture: Including an Enlarged and Progressive View ...

John Charnock - 1801
...boards, on every side so slack and so thick, that no cannon could go through her. This great ship cumbred Scotland to get her to sea. From that time that she...was counted to the king to be thirty thousand pounds expence by her artillery, which was very great and costly to the king by all the rest of her orders....
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Public Characters, Volum 8

1806
...day ere she was complete. " From ihe time she was afloat, and her masts and sails complete, with two anchors offering thereto, she was counted to the king to be thirty thousand pounds of expences.1' As the landing effected in Egypt, reflected no small honour on his lordship, we shall...
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Public characters [Formerly British public characters] of 1798-9 - 1809-10

1806
...day ere she was complete. " From the time she was afloat, and her masts and sails complete, with two anchors offering thereto, she was counted to the king to be thirty thousand pounds of expences." As the landing effected in Egypt, reflected no small honour on his lordship, we shall...
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Liber Facetiarum: Being a Collection of Curious and Interesting Anecdotes ...

1809 - 344 sider
...that no cannon could go through her. This great ship cumbered Scotland to get her to sea. From the time that she was afloat, and her masts and sails complete, with tows, anchors, offering thereto, she was counted to the king to be thirty thousand pounds of expences...
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Beauties of English and Scottish history

English and Scottish history - 1828
...every side, so stark, and so thick, that no cannon could go through 'her. This great .ship cumbered Scotland to get her to sea. .;...-.' : " From that time that she was alloat, and her masts and sails complcat, with tows and anchors effairing thereto, she was counted...
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The British Admirals: With an Introductory View of the Naval ..., Volum 2

Robert Southey - 1833
...cannon-shot could go through them. " This great ship cumbered Scotland to get her to sea. From the time that she was afloat, and her masts and sails...thousand pounds expense, by her artillery, which was very costly." She had 300 mariners to sail her, six score of gunners to use her artillery, and a thousand...
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The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction, Volum 24

1834
...but it was a year and a day ere she was complete. This great ship cumbered Scotland to get her to the sea. From that time that she was afloat and her masts and sails complete, with ropes and ancores officering thereto, she was counted to the King to be 30,000/. expense (equivalent...
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Lives of Eminent Men of Fife

James Bruce - 1846 - 224 sider
...so thick, that no cannon could go through her. This great ship cumbered Scotland to get her to the sea. From that time that she was afloat, and her masts and sails complete, with tows and anchors effeiring thereto, she was counted to the king to be thirty thousand pounds of expenses,...
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The History of Perth: From the Earliest Period to the Present Time

Thomas Hay Marshall, Henry Adamson - 1849 - 560 sider
...lutit was year and a day ere she was complete. This great ship cumbered Scotland to get her to the sea. From that time that she was afloat, and her masts and sails complete, with ropes and anchors belonging thereto, she was counted to the king to be thirty thousand pounds of expenses,...
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The book of Scottish anecdote, collected and ed. by A. Hislop

Alexander Hislop (publisher) - 1874
...that no cannon could go through her. This great ship cumbered Scotland to get her to sea. From the time that she was afloat and her masts and sails complete, with tows, anchors offering thereto, she was counted to the king to be thirty thousand pounds of expenses...
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