מה אומרים אנשים - כתיבת ביקורת
לא מצאנו ביקורות במקומות הרגילים
מהדורות אחרות - הצג הכל
aboord Achen Adrian Gilbert altitude anker barke boate Canoas Cape Cape Froward Captaine and Master Chart circle clocke coast Compasse Corse countrey Dartmouth Davis Strait dayes degrees departed deuided discovery distance divers doth Dutch Ecliptick edition England English Epact Equinoctiall euery farre fish Generall Globe Greenland Hakluyt hath haue Horizon howers Humphrey Gilbert Island Isles John Davis land latitude leagues London longitude Lord Meridian minutes moneth Moone mount Raleigh Nauigation navigation neere night Noone North Northwest obserued passage Pilot pinnace pinnesse Port Desire quarta altitudo returned sailed Sandridge sayd sayling sent shaped our course shew ship shippe shoare shore shot sight Sir Walter Raleigh South Stoke Gabriel Strait Strait of Magellan Streights Sunne thereof theyr towne true course tunnes unto victuals vnto voyage vpon weather West William Sanderson winde yeere Zenith
עמוד 303 - For thus saith the Lord that created the heavens; God himself that formed the earth and made it; he hath established it, he created it not in vain, he formed it to be inhabited: I am the Lord; and there is none else.
עמוד 161 - On the same Saturday, in the night, was seen St. Elmo, with seven lighted tapers, at the topmast : there was much rain and great thunder ; I mean to say, that those lights were seen, which mariners affirm to be the body of St. Elmo, on beholding which they chant litanies and orisons, holding it for certain, that in the tempest in which he appears, no one is in danger.
עמוד 157 - There was a fresh breeze, and every part of the surface, which during the day is seen as foam, now glowed with a pale light The vessel drove before her bows two billows of liquid phosphorus, and in her wake she was followed by a milky train. As far as the eye reached, the crest of every wave was bright, and the sky above the horizon, from the reflected glare of these livid flames, was not so utterly obscure as over the vault of the heavens.
עמוד 202 - Northerly, the land being very high and full of mightie mountaines all covered with snow, no viewe of wood, grasse or earth to be seene, and the shore two leagues off into the sea so full of yce as that no shipping could by any meanes come neere the same. The lothsome view of the shore, and irksome noyse of the yce was such, as that it bred strange conceites among us...
עמוד xviii - ... among us, so that we supposed the place to be wast and voyd of any sensible or vegitable creatures, whereupon I called the same Desolation...
עמוד xcii - Shakspere; but what is so remarkable is, that upon our 'new map' "there should have appeared to rise, like a little cloud out of the sea, "like a man's hand, the then unknown continent of Australia.
עמוד 204 - ... others whatsoeuer out of his owne purse, when some of the company haue bin slacke in giuing in their aduenture. And also knowing that I should lose the fauour of master Secretory, if I should shrinke from his direction, in one small barke of thirty tonnes, whereof master Sanderson was owner, alone without farther comfort or company I proceeded on my voyage...
עמוד 157 - I have already remarked that the phenomenon is very much more common in warm than in cold countries; and I have sometimes imagined that a disturbed electrical condition of the atmosphere was most favourable to its production. Certainly I think the sea is most luminous after a few days of more calm weather than ordinary, during which time it has swarmed with various animals.
עמוד 203 - August, and not knowing the length of this straight and dangers thereof, we tooke it our best course to retourne with notice of our good successe for this small time of search.