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" Sir Richard answered that he might do with his body what he list, for he esteemed it not, and as he was carried out of the ship he swooned, and reviving again desired the company to pray for him. "
deeds of naval daring - Pagina 24
door edward giffard - 1852
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The Naval Chronicle, Volume 2

James Stanier Clarke, Stephen Jones, John Jones - 1799
...filled with blood and bodies of dead, and wounded men, like a slaughterhouse. Sir Richard answered, that he might do with his body what he list, for he esteemed it not ; and as he was carried out of the ship he sounded, and reviving again desired the company to pray...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 27

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1852
...bring Sir Richard on board his own vessel. 1852.] [Sept., Sir Richard, whose life was fast ebbing away, ave you not read the ' Rights of Man,' by Tom Paine ?) Drop that he esteemed it not ; and aз he was carried out of the ship he swooned, and reviving again, desired...
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Seamanship: And Its Associated Duties in the Royal Navy : Together with a ...

Alfred Henry Alston - 1860 - 445 pagina’s
...his boat to bring Sir Eichard on board his own vessel. Sir Richard, whose life was fast ebbing away, replied that ' he might do with his body what he list, for that he esteemed it not ;' and as he was earned out of the ship, he swooned, and, reviving again, desired...
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The warriors of our wooden walls and their victories. With additions and ...

J Bradshawe Walker - 1864
...hardearned prize. The Spanish Admiral sent an officer to his dying foe, to enquire if he would remove out cf the Revenge, who replied that " he might do with his...humanity, and left nothing unattempted that might lead to his recovery. He survived his removal a very few days, during which, his last words were, "...
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Ships and sailors, ancient and modern, by C.C. Cotterill and E.D. Little

Charles Clement Cotterill - 1868 - 350 pagina’s
...unsavoury, filled with blood and bodies of dead and wounded men like a slaughterhouse. Sir Richard answered that he might do with his body what he list, for he esteemed it not ; and as he was carried out of the ship he swounded, and, reviving again, desired the company to pray...
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Seamanship

Alfred Henry Alston - 1871 - 585 pagina’s
...his boat to bring Sir Richard on board his own vessel. Sir Richard, whose life was fast ebbing away, replied that ' he might do with his body what he list, for that he esteemed it not ;' and as he was carried out of the ship, he swooned, and reviving again, desired...
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Life of Sir Walter Ralegh

Louise Creighton - 1877 - 270 pagina’s
...filled with blood, and bodies of dead and wounded men, like a slaughter-house. Sir Eichard answered that he might do with his body what he list ; for he esteemed it not ; and as he was carried out of the ship he swooned, and reviving again, desired the company to pray...
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Stories of the Sea Told by Sailors

Edward Everett Hale - 1880 - 302 pagina’s
...filled with blood, and bodies of dead and wounded men, like a slaughter-house. Sir Richard answered that he might do with his body what he list, for he esteemed it not, and as he was carried out of the ship he swooned, and revived again, desiring the company to pray for...
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The Standard authors reader, arranged and annotated by the editor of 'Poetry ...

Griffith, Farran, Browne and co - 1883
...his boat to bring Sir Eichard on board his own vessel. Sir Eichard, whose life was fast ebbing away, replied that he might do with his body what he list, for that he esteemed it not,' and as he was carried out of the ship he swooned, and reviving again, desired...
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Cassell's Readable readers, Boek 5

Cassell, ltd - 1885
...his boat to bring Sir Richard on board his own vessel. Sir Richard, whose life was fast ebbing away, replied that ' he might do with his body what he list, for that he esteemed it not ; ' and as he was carried out of the ship, he swooned, and reviving again,...
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