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" As for honour, who knows not (that knows anything) that in all records of late times of actions chronicled to the everlasting fame and renown of this kingdom, still the naval part is the thread that runs through the whole wooft, the burden of the song,... "
Publications of the Navy Records Society - Pagina 13
1896 - 419 pagina’s
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The English Historical Review

Mandell Creighton, Justin Winsor, Samuel Rawson Gardiner, Reginald Lane Poole, Sir John Goronwy Edwards - 1898
...Discourse.' As for honour, who knows not (who knows anything) that in all records of late times and actions chronicled to the everlasting fame and renown...the song, the scope of the text . . . that whereby our ever blessed Charles . . . hath . . . quelled foreign insolencies, regained our almost lost power...
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From a Cornish Window

Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch - 1906 - 366 pagina’s
...be beyond thy shoal conceit) then next to God and thy King give thy thanks for the same to the Navy. As for honour, who knows not (that knows anything)...chronicled to the everlasting fame and renown of this nation, still the naval part is the thread that runs through the whole wooft, the burden of the song,...
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The Achievement of the British Navy in the World-war

John Leyland - 1917 - 94 pagina’s
...this war, as John Hollond, writing his Discourse of the Navy in 1638, said of the wars of his time, "the naval part is the thread that runs through the...wooft, the burden of the song, the scope of the text." The moment when the First Fleet, as it was then called, slipped away from its anchorage at Portland...
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