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“September 3, 2008 at 9:57 am yoo nawt sellin mii stowlen hunnert dollar towe, r u?”
“The flame of mount Hecla (sayth he) will not burne towe (which is most apt matter for the wicke of a candle) neither is it quenched with water.”
“The flame of mount Hecla will not burne towe (which is most apt for the wieke of a candle) neither is it quenched with water: and by the same force that bullets are discharged out of warlike engines with vs, from thence are great stones cast foorth into the aire, by reason of the mixture of colde, and fire, and brimstone.”
“Southeast with very much wind, raine and fogge, and very great store of ice a sea boorde: so we lay to the Southwest to attaine to one of the Islands to harbour vs if the weather did so extremely continue and to take in our boate, thinking it meete so to doe, and not to towe her in such weather.”
“Also the prices of wares here at this present are, bale flaxe twenty pound the packe and better, towe flaxe twentie eight pound the hundred, traine oyle at nine pound the tunne, waxe at foure pound the hundred, tallow at sixteen shillings the hundred, cables and ropes very deare: as yet there are no shippes come out of Danske.”
“The 6. of Iuly our Admirall the Mauritius had two of his mastes blowne ouerboord: for which cause we were contrained to towe him along.”
“For towe such captayns as slayne wear thear on the March-parti shall never be non.”
“[Yaceell] is a brode river, about 35 legs  att the mouth. the towne lieth Near 40 leagues up the River. about the middle of August one night, as the greate shipp had us in a towe, we saw a saile in the darke. wee lett goe their towe, and made what saile we could to her, comes in half a hower up with her, and ha'ls her.”
“C.  yere and more as with sykenesse they dye nat they take much fysshe for they can goen vnder the water and fe [t] che so the fysshes out of the water. and they werre [war] also on [e] vpon a nother for the olde men brynge the yonge men thereto that they gather a great company thereto of towe”
“He may thwing in a towe for his thplendid wrath yet.”
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