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" Gama that the time was come for making another tack, and he comported himself very angrily, swearing that if they did not double the Cape, he would stand out to sea again as many times until the Cape was doubled, or there should happen whatever should... "
Further India: Being the Story of Exploration from the Earliest Times in ... - Page 46
by Sir Hugh Charles Clifford - 1904 - 378 pages
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The Three Voyages of Vasco de Gama, and His Viceroyalty: From the Lendas Da ...

Gaspar Correa, Gaspar Corrêa, Henry Edward John Stanley Baron Stanley - 1869 - 430 pages
...they no longer took heed of their lives. It now seemed to Vasco da Gama that the time was come for making another tack, and he comported himself very...should please God. For which reason, from fear of tnls, the masters took much more trouble to advance as much as they could; and they took more heart...
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The Three Voyages of Vasco Da Gama, and His Viceroyalty

Gaspar Corrêa - 1869 - 430 pages
...they no longer took heed of their lives. It now seemed to Vasco da Gama that the time was come for making another tack, and he comported himself very...angrily, swearing that if they did not double the Cape, ho would stand out to sea again as many times until the Cupo was doubled, or .» there should happen...
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Stories of Discovery Told by Discovers...

E. E. Hale - 1882 - 290 pages
...they no longer took heed of their lives. It now seemed to Vasco da Gama that the time was come for making another tack, and he comported himself very angrily, swearing that if he did not double the cape, he would stand out to sea again as many times until the cape was doubled,...
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Stories of Discovery Told by Discoverers

Edward Everett Hale - 1883 - 290 pages
...they no longer took heed of their lives. It now seemed to Vasco da Gama that the time was come for making another tack, and he comported himself very angrily, swearing that if he did not double the cape, he would stand out to sea again as many times until the cape was doubled,...
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The Discoveries of America to the Year 1525, Volume 1

Arthur James Weise - 1884 - 380 pages
...venturesomeness that they endeavored to persuade him to turn back. It is said that this made Da Gama comport " himself very angrily, swearing that if they did not...or there should happen whatever should please God." Having achieved his bold purpose, on the twenty-second of November, 1497, Da Gama made himself famous...
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Short studies in nature knowledge

William Gee - 1895 - 313 pages
...with their own hands; thus they made clamour and lamentation." When persuasion failed the captain " comported himself very angrily, swearing that if they...Cape he would stand out to sea again as many times as necessary until the Cape was doubled." The heroic commander did not vainly threaten, but " sailed...
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