The first complete narrative history of Captain John Smith's exploration of the New England coastSmith led the men through other psalms and readings, concluding with: aO God make cleane our hearts within us, a to which the men ... Smitha#39;s two barks were rigged with lateen (or triangular) mizzen sails at the stern, for tacking into the wind. ... by adjusting ropes and braces, the captain ordered: ahawle off your ley sheats, ouerhawle the ley bowlin, ease your mayne brases. ... Should clouds approach, awe shall haue winde . . . take in the spret sayle, in with your topsayles, lower youranbsp;...
|Title||:||The Sea Mark|
|Author||:||Russell M. Lawson|
|Publisher||:||University Press of New England - 2015-03-22|