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" This land lay stretching itself to the West, which after we found to be but an island of twenty miles long, and not above six miles broad. "
History of North Carolina: From 1584 to 1783 - Halaman xxviii
oleh Samuel A'Court Ashe - 1908
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Parley's Magazine, Volume 5

1837
...to be found. We passed from the sea side towards the top of those hills next adjoining, being of but mean height ; and from thence we beheld the sea on...the west, which after we found to be but an island of 20 miles long, and not above 6 miles broad, (called by the Indians Wocokom.) Under the bank or hill...
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History of North Carolina: with Maps and Illustrations, Volume 1

Francis Lister Hawks - 1857
...than any other]. We passed from the sea-side towards the tops of those hills next adjoining, being but of mean height, and from thence we beheld the sea...the w,est, which after we found to be but an island of twenty miles long; arid not above six miles broad. Under the bank or hill whereon we stood, we beheld...
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A Book of American Explorers

Thomas Wentworth Higginson - 1877 - 367 halaman
...great seal. . . . We passed from the seaside towards the tops of those hills next adjoining, being but of mean height; and from thence we beheld the sea...the west, which after we found to be but an island of twenty miles long, and not about six miles broad.2 Under the bank or hill whereon we stood, we beheld...
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Young Folks' Book of American Explorers

Thomas Wentworth Higginson - 1877 - 367 halaman
...great seal. . . . We passed from the seaside towards the tops of those hills next adjoining, being but of mean height; and from thence we beheld the sea...the west, which after we found to be but an island of twenty miles long, and not about six miles broad.8 Under the bank or hill whereon we stood, we beheld...
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Proceedings. [Continued as] Bulletin, Volume 16-17

Salem Mass, Essex inst - 1884
...and cast anchor about three harquebus-shot within the haven's mouth, ou the left hand of the same." "This land lay stretching itself to the west, which after we found to be but an Island of twenty miles long, and not over six miles broad." They speak of visits of the Indians, and then...
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The Voyages of the English Nation to America, Volume 2

Richard Hakluyt - 1889
...toppes of those hilles next adioyning, being but of meane higth, and "wokokon* from thence wee behelde the Sea on both sides to the North, and to the South, finding no ende any of both wayes. This lande lay stretching it selfe to the West, which after wee found to bee...
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A Book of English Prose, Character and Incident 1387-1649

Charles Whibley - 1905 - 395 halaman
...to be written. We passed from the sea side towards the tops of those hills next adjoining, being but of mean height, and from thence we beheld the sea...the West, which after we found to be but an island of twenty miles long, and not above six miles broad. Under the bank or hill whereon we stood, we beheld...
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Bulletin of the Essex Institute, Volume 17

Essex Institute - 1886
...and cast anchor about three harquebus-shot within the haven's mouth, on the left hand of the same." " This land lay stretching itself to the west, which after we found to be but an island of twenty miles long, and not over six miles broad." They speak of visits of the Indians, and then...
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Source-book of English History: Leading Documents, Together with ...

Guy Carleton Lee - 1900 - 609 halaman
...overflowed them. . . . We passed from the sea side towards the tops of those hills next adjoining, being but of mean height, and from thence we beheld the sea...the west, which after we found to be but an island of twenty miles long, and not above six miles broad. Under the bank or hill whereon we stood, we beheld...
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Source-book of English History: Leading Documents, Together with ...

Guy Carleton Lee - 1900 - 609 halaman
...the sea side towards the tops of those hills next adjoining, being but of mean hight, and from (hence we beheld the sea on both sides to the north, and...the west, which after we found to be but an island of twenty miles long, and not above six miles broad. Under the bank or hill whereon we stood, we beheld...
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