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Indeed, it is said, on what authority it is difficult to determine, that the third George never voyaged out of the kingdom.
THE GREAT NORTH ROAD: LONDON TO YORKCHARLES G. HARPER
Narrative of Ohthere, who had voyaged round the North Cape; 3.
ANGLO-SAXON LITERATUREJOHN EARLE
I would claim for mine at least that merit; for is not every sea over which we have voyaged to the eastward of England?
IN EASTERN SEASJ. J. SMITH
The yacht had voyaged northward, stopping for several days at various ports from which letters were received.
BOBBY OF THE LABRADORDILLON WALLACE
And I did not have to be told the fact; I knew, as by an all-illuminating inner knowledge, that I had voyaged into the future.
FLIGHT THROUGH TOMORROWSTANTON ARTHUR COBLENTZ
So the sailors of Ulysses voyaged past the Sirens, having first stopped one another's ears with wool.
HOWARDS ENDE. M. FORSTER
Without further inquiries, Arlington presently took leave to join Byle, with whom he voyaged back to Marietta.
A DREAM OF EMPIREWILLIAM HENRY VENABLE
Returning to Switzerland in the summer he once more voyaged to America, this time with the intention of settling here.
MUSICAL PORTRAITSPAUL ROSENFELD
They voyaged through the Arabian Sea, with the parched desert shores shimmering in the white hot sun.
FAIR HARBORJOSEPH CROSBY LINCOLN
The leader of the party had already been on this continent in 1894, when he voyaged into the Antarctic on board a whaler.
THE ROMANCE OF POLAR EXPLORATIONG. FIRTH SCOTT

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