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" Constantinople, could be effected by negotiation only, as the strength of the current from the Bosphorus, with the circuitous eddies of the port, rendered it impracticable to place ships for an attack without a commanding breeze, which, during the ten... "
The Gentleman's Magazine - Page 435
1807
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The Monthly Magazine, Volume 23

1807
...Bosphorus, wit ii t fie circuitous eddies ol the port, rendered it impracticable to place ships .or an attack without a commanding breeze ; which, during the ten days 1 was oft the town, it was not my good fortune to meet with. I nciw come to the point ol exp aining to jour...
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The New annual register, or General repository of history ..., Volume 28

1808
...impracticable to place ships for an attack without a commaading breezo ; which, during the ten days I was off the town, it was not my good fortune to meet...with. I now come to the point of explaining to your lordship the motives which fixed me to decide in repassing the channel of the Dardanelles, and relinquishing...
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Papers presented to parliament, 1808-1821

Parliament proc - 1808
...impracticable to place Ships for an Attack without a commanding Breeze, which,during the Ten Days I was off the Town, it was not my good Fortune to meet with. I now come tc the Point of explaining to your Lordfliip the Motives which fixed me to decide in repafling the...
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Annual Register, Volume 49

Edmund Burke - 1809
...from the Bosphorus, with the circuitous eddies of ttie port, rendered it impracticable to place ships for an attack without a commanding breeze ; which,...with. I now come to the point of explaining to your lordship the motives which fixed me to decide on repassing the channel of the Dardanelles, and relinquishing...
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The British trident; or, Register of naval actions, from ... the ..., Volume 6

Archibald Duncan - 1809
...from the Bosphorus, with the circuitous eddies of the Port, rendered it impracticable to place ships for an attack- without a commanding breeze; which, during the ten days I was off the town, it was not my good fortune to meet with. " I now come to the point of explaining...
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Lives of eminent and illustrious Englishmen, ed. by G. G. Cunningham, Volume 11

Englishmen - 1836
...from the Bosphorus, with the circuitous eddies of the port, rendered it impracticable to place ships for an attack without a commanding breeze, which, during the ten days I was off the town, it was not my good fortune to meet with. " I now come to the point of explaining...
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Lives of eminent and illustrious Englishmen, ed. by G. G. Cunningham, Volume 7

Englishmen - 1837
...to place ships for an attack without a commanding breeze, which, during the ten days I was off tho town, it was not my good fortune to meet with. " I now come to the point of explaining to your lordship the motives which 6xed me to decide in repassing the channel of tho Dardanelles, and relinquishing...
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Memoirs of Admiral Sir Sidney Smith, K. C. B., &c, Volume 2

Edward Howard - 1839
...from the Bosphorus, with the circuitous eddies of the port, rendered it impracticable to place ships for an attack without a commanding breeze, which, during the ten days I was off" the town, it was not my good fortune to meet with. " I now come to the point of explaining...
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A History of England in the Lives of Englishmen, Volume 7

George Godfrey Cunningham - 1853
...to place ships for an attack without a commanding breeze, which, during the ten days I was off tho town, it was not my good fortune to meet with. " I now come to the point of explaining to your lordship the motives which fixed me to decide in repassing the channel of the Dardanelles, and relinquishing...
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The English nation; or, A history of England in the lives of ..., Volume 5

Englishmen - 1863
...to place ships for an attack without a commanding breeze, which, during the ten days 1 was off tho town, it was not my good fortune to meet with. - I now come to the point of explaining to your lordship the motives which fixed me to decide in repassing the channel of the Dardanelles, asid relinquishing...
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