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" Wizard, to tow in and cover the boats, which immediately put off, and, by great exertion, soon towed her close to the vessels, when it was found impossible to bring them out without landing, most of them being fastened to the shore by ropes from their... "
The Naval History of Great Britain, from the Declaration of War by France in ... - Página 87
por William James - 1837
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volumen79,Parte1

1809
...to tow in and cover the bbatsV which . Immediately put off, and, by great exertion, soon towed her close to the vessels, when it was found impossible to bring them out without landing; most df them leing fastened to the shore t>y ropes from their keels and mast-heads, ttre boats therefore...
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The Scots Magazine and Edinburgh Literary Miscellany, Volumen71

1809
...to tui» in and cover the boats, which ioimediuely put off, and with great expedition soon towed her close to the vessels, when it was found impossible to bring them out without landing, mast ol'thtm being fastened to llie shore by rapes from their keels and mast-heads; the boars therefore...
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Flower's Political review and monthly register. (monthly ..., Volumen5

Benjamin Flower - 1809
...and cover tbe boats, which immediate!} put off, and, by great exertion, soon towed her close to (he vessels, when it was found impossible to bring them out without landing, most of them being fastened to the shore by ropes from their keels and mastheads, thcboall therefore pulled...
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The New annual register, or General repository of history ..., Volumen30

1810
...Wizard, to tow in and cover the boats, which immediately put off, and, by great exertion, soon towed her close to the vessels, when it was found impossible to bring them out without landing, most, of them being fastened to the shore by rope? from their kerb and mastheads. The boats therefore pulled...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volumen2

Walter Scott - 1811
...Wizard to tow in and cover the boats, which immediately put off, and, by great exertion, soon tqwed her close to the vessels, when it was found impossible to bring them out without landing, most of them being fastened to the shore by ropes from their keels and mast heads. The boats therefore pulled...
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Royal Naval Biography; Or, Memoirs of the Services of All the Flag ..., Parte3

John Marshall - 1829
...wind, I directed the brig to be towed in to cover them, and by great exertion they soon brought her close to the vessels, when it was found impossible to bring them out without landing, most of them being fastened to the shore by ropes from their keels and mastheads ; the boats therefore pulled...
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