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" Which being performed, according to the ceremonies used in such enterprises, we viewed the land about us, being, whereas we first landed, very sandie and low towards the waters side, but so full of grapes, as the very beating and surge of the sea overflowed... "
De Bow's Review and Industrial Resources, Statistics, Etc: Devoted to ... - Page 666
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Parley's Magazine, Volume 5

Children's periodicals - 1837 - 400 pages
...viewed the land about us, being, where we first landed, very sandy and low towards the water side, but so full of grapes as the very beating and surge of...green soil, on the hills as in the plains, as well as on every little shrub as also climbing towards the top of the high ce89 dars, that I think in all...
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De Bow's Review, Volume 25

James Dunwoody Brownson De Bow, R. G. Barnwell, Edwin Bell, William MacCreary Burwell - Southern States - 1858 - 772 pages
...and Barlowe. In the report to Sir Walter Raleigh, drawn up by the latter, it is said that two duys before they came in sight of land, " We smelled so...very beating and surge of the sea overflowed them, of RESOURCES, AND HISTORY. 665 which we found such plenty, as well there as in all places else, both on...
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Narrative and Critical History of America: English explorations and ...

Justin Winsor - America - 1884 - 618 pages
...language of the report to Sir Walter, — "very sandie and low towards the water's side, but so ful of grapes, as the very beating and surge of the sea overflowed them, of which we found such plentie, as well there as in all places else, both on the sand and on the greene soile on the hils...
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Narrative and Critical History of America: English explorations and ...

Justin Winsor - America - 1884 - 614 pages
...of grapes, as the very beating and surge of the sea overflowed them, of which we found such plentie, as well there as in all places else, both on the sand and on the greene soile on the hils as in the plaines, as well on every little shrubbe, as also climing towards...
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The Voyages of the English Nation to America, Volume 2

Richard Hakluyt - America - 1889 - 426 pages
...of grapes. as the veT beating and surge of the sea ouerflowed them, of which we found such plentie, as well there as in all places else, both on the sand and on the greene soile on the hils, as in the plaines, as well on euery little shrubbe, as also climing towardes...
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Papers of the American Historical Association, Volume 5

American Historical Association - History - 1891 - 542 pages
...North Carolina coast on the fourth day of July, OS, 1584.' They found the land low and sandy, " but so full of grapes as the very beating and surge of the sea overflowed them." At the discharge of a harquebus a flock of cranes arose with such a cry as if an army of men had shouted...
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The Magazine of American History with Notes and Queries, Volume 29

John Austin Stevens, Benjamin Franklin DeCosta, Henry Phelps Johnston, Martha Joanna Lamb, Nathan Gillett Pond - United States - 1893 - 608 pages
...the land about us, being, whereas we first landed, very sandie and low towards the water side, but so full of "grapes, as the very beating and surge of the sea overflowed them, of which we found such plentie, both on the sand and on the greene soile on the hils, as well on every little shrubbe, as...
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National Magazine: A Monthly Journal of American History, Volume 18

1893 - 452 pages
...being, whereas we first landed, very sandie and low towards the water side, but so full of grapesj as the very beating and surge of the sea overflowed them of which we found such plentie, both on the sand and on the greene soile on the hils, as the character of the coast, its fauna...
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A Book of English Prose, Character and Incident 1387-1649

English literature - 1905 - 454 pages
...the land about us, being, whereas we first landed, very sandy and low towards the water's side, but so full of grapes, as the very beating and surge of...the sand and on the green soil on the hills, as in Barlow the plains, as well on every little shrub, as also climbing towards the tops of high cedars,...
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North Carolina and Its Resources

North Carolina. Department of Agriculture - North Carolina - 1896 - 572 pages
...then an unbroken wilderness, the author tells us, in most graphic language of the abundance of grapes: "so full of grapes as the very beating and surge of the sea overflowed them." Upon the visit of the voyagers to the house of the Indian King, on Roanoke Island, wine was set before...
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