An Account of the Incidents: From which the Title and Part of the Story of Shakespeare's Tempest Were Derived; and Its True Date Ascertained

C. and R. Baldwin, 1808 - 36 sidor

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Sida 30 - I'd divide And burn in many places ; on the topmast, The yards, and bowsprit, would I flame distinctly, Then meet and join. Jove's lightnings, the precursors O...
Sida 19 - A true declaration of the estate of the colonie in Virginia, with a confutation of such scandalous reports as have tended to the disgrace of so worthy an enterprise.
Sida 40 - Bermudas, which islands were, of all nations, said and supposed to be enchanted, and inhabited with witches and devils, which grew by reason of accustomed monstrous thunder-storm and tempest near unto those islands...
Sida 37 - that to these incidents there is a covert reference in various passages of that ' comedy ; — and that the fate of Somers not having been known in England for...
Sida 22 - ... vision to carry us for Virginia, and to maintain our selves and that company we " found there : - wherefore my opinion sincerely of this island is, that whereas it " hath beene, and is still accounted the most dangerous, unfortunate, and forlorne " place of the world, it is in truth the richest, healthfullest, and pleasing land, (the " quantity and bignesse thereof considered,) and meerely naturall, as ever man set
Sida 5 - ... ever beene in Virginia, except Captaine Newport, who was also by Patent made vice-Admirall :) those noble Gentlemen drew in such great summes of money, that they sent Sir Thomas Gates, Sir George Somers, and Captaine Newport with nine shippes, and flue hundred people : who [Gates, Somers, and Newport] had each of them a Commission, who first arrived to call in the old...
Sida 26 - Jonas crying out of the belly of hell, he pittied the distresses of his servants ; for behold, in the last period of necessitie, Sir George Summers descryed land, which was by so much the more joyfull, by how much their danger was despairefull.
Sida 18 - LONDON, printed for Nathaniel Butter, and are to be sold at his shop in Paul's Church-yard at the signe of the Pide Bull neere St. Austins Gate, 1608.
Sida 21 - But our delivery," says Jourdan, " was not more strange in falling so opportunely and happily upon the land, as [than] our feeding and provision was, beyond our hopes, and all men's expectations, most admirable; for the Islands of the Bermudas, as every man knoweth that hath heard or read of them, were NEVER INHABITED by any christian or heathen people, but ever esteemed and reputed a most prodigious and INCHANTED PLACE, affording nothing but gusts, storms, and foul weather; which made every navigator...
Sida 26 - ACCESSABI.E, through the invironing rocks and dangers : notwithstanding, they were forced to runne their ship on shoare, which through GOD'S providence fell betwixt two rockes, that caused her to stand firme, and not immediately to be broken...

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