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The English merchants and mariners had wrongs of their own, perpetually renewed, which fed the bitterness of their indignation.
ENGLISH SEAMEN IN THE SIXTEENTH CENTURYJAMES ANTHONY FROUDE
Truly, if it be not for trade, there is little in common between the mariners of the brigantine and Alderman Van Beverout.
THE WATER-WITCH OR, THE SKIMMER OF THE SEASJAMES FENIMORE COOPER
It is probably, as will be seen, the original of “Ye Mariners of England.”
HOW BRITANNIA CAME TO RULE THE WAVESW.H.G. KINGSTON
They were taught the same system of navigation which had served the mariners of the fifteenth century.
THE STORY OF MANKINDHENDRIK VAN LOON
If ever there was an expedition that the saint of the mariners might favor it would seem to be this.
THE STORY OF MAGELLAN AND THE DISCOVERY OF THE PHILIPPINESHEZEKIAH BUTTERWORTH
Four or five of these were so large as to have from 250 to 260 mariners in each, but the rest were smaller.
When a ship comes into port from Greece I run away from the pottery and spend whole days in the taverns with the mariners.
SNNICAVICENTE BLASCO IBEZ
Now you shall see whether I exaggerate about the mariners of Cornwall.
THE WISDOM OF FATHER BROWNG. K. CHESTERTON
It is observed at the distance of one hundred miles by day, and at night bears a light which serves as a guide to all mariners.
EARLY TRAVELS IN PALESTINEARCULF ET AL.
He reassures the captain of the Santa Cruz, and the mariners.