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Those who were appointed for Zeila embarked in a vessel that was going to Caxume, where they were well received by the king, and accommodated with a ship to carry them to Zeila; they were there treated by the check with the same civility which they had met with at Caxume.
Accordingly, in the month of April, 1630, he left his pleasant abode and all his comforts in England, and embarked, with Lady Arbella, on board of a ship bound for America.
Johnson and his lady embarked, taking Grandfather's chair along with them, was called the Arbella, in honor of the lady herself.
That of Captain Bonneville was composed of three bull boats, in which he embarked all his peltries, giving them in charge of Mr.
Campbell and his men embarked with the peltries, Fitzpatrick took charge of all the horses, amounting to above a hundred, and struck off to the east, to trap upon Littlehorn, Powder, and Tongue rivers.
When all was ready the troops embarked, the damn was knocked away, the Otsego poured out its torrent, and the boats went merrily down with the current.
replied, with a sigh, "I informed you the day we embarked.
Investing a small sum which he had amassed since leaving his native village, in merchandise suited to the American market, he embarked, in the month of November, 1783, in a ship bound to Baltimore, and arrived in Hampton Roads in the month of January.
No man that had embarked upon it would return across that dreary ice cap.
And so it was that when the first fair wind rose he embarked upon his cruise, and with him he took as strange and fearsome a crew as ever sailed under a savage master.
These two distinguished travelers embarked together, but they are about to part, it being the resolute intention of the former to pitch the latter overboard.
To you, the daring venturers and adventurers, and whoever hath embarked with cunning sails upon frightful seas,--