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When he sailed from port, the mother's prayers had been answered; he went a Christian.
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A Sea Captain relates to the editor of the _Christian_, a remarkable incident, whereby in one of his voyages his ship was unaccountably held still, and thereby saved from sailing directly into the midst of a terrible hurricane:-"We sailed from the Kennebec on the first of October, 1876.
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We would think we had sailed thirty or forty miles_, when on taking our observations we would find we _were within three or four miles of our position the day before_.
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The ship sailed, and in about six weeks intelligence arrived that the vessel was lost, and all on board had perished.
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On the next day, in compliance with instructions from the adjutant-general of the Army, the necessary steps were taken to increase the command to the full capacity of the transports, and the expedition sailed on June 14th with 815 officers and 16,072 enlisted men.
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The movement continued without interruption until August 25th, when I sailed for Montauk with the last troops in my command, turning over the command of the district to Major General Lawton.
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The squirrels filled their little sacks with nuts, and sailed away home in the evening.
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When the fleet had sailed they gave Popanilla a public dinner.
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Before nine o'clock the launch put out and sailed rapidly over to the "Red Rover.
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The boys left their passengers at the "Red Rover" and then sailed over to their own camp.
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The Trustees having, with great care, selected thirty-five families from the number who wished to go, the first emigrant ship sailed for Georgia in November, 1732, bearing about one hundred and twenty-five "sober, industrious and moral persons", and all needful stores for the establishment of the colony.
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In England they were treated with marked kindness, and when they sailed, January 19, 1734, it was with the promise of free transportation to Georgia, and support there until they could reap their first harvest from the fifty acres which were to be given to each man among them.
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Their plan was to go through Holland to England, and thence to Georgia, but in the former country they changed their minds and sailed for Pennsylvania.
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In August, 1732, two men started for St. Thomas,-in April, 1733, three more sailed for Greenland, and in the face of hardships that would have daunted men of less than heroic mold, successful missions were established at both places.
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The company of Salzburgers therefore sailed for Georgia in November without Baron von Reck, and without the Moravians, Mr. Vat acting as Commissary.
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Until their vessel sailed, the Moravians found plenty to interest them in the "terribly great city", where they were regarded with much interest, and where they were greatly touched by the unexpected kindness they received.
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Bravely they crossed the fathomless deep which heaved beneath them, cutting them off so absolutely from the loved ones left at home, from the wise counsels of those on whom they were accustomed to depend, and from the strong arm of the Government under whose promised protection they sailed, to work out their own salvation in a country where each man claimed to be a law unto himself, and where years were to pass before Experience had once more taught the lesson that real freedom was to be gained only through a general recognition of the rights of others.
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Before the vessel sailed the Trustees had followed up their request to Spangenberg by requiring the forty Swiss emigrants to promise submission to his authority, and consequently numerous efforts were made to be of service to them.
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From the day when the Moravians helped lift the anchor as they sailed from the coast of Dover, they busied themselves in the work of the ship, always obliging, always helpful, until the sailors came to trust them absolutely, "even with the keys to their lockers.
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In the conversations that followed it developed that he was a native of Switzerland, the son of a physician, and after his father's death he had sailed for Pennsylvania, intending there to begin the practice of medicine.
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Examples of Sailed

Example #1
The pastor had learned a lesson he never forgot.
Example #2
The young man seemed to drink in every word, rose to be prayed for, and attended the inquiry meeting.
Example #3
There had been several severe gales, and some of my friends thought it hardly safe to go, but after considerable prayer I concluded it was right to undertake the voyage.
Example #4
On the 19th of October we were about one hundred and fifty miles west of the Bahamas, and we encountered very disagreeable weather.
Example #5
For five or six days we seemed held by shifting currents, or some unknown power, in about the same place.
Example #6
Day after day we were held as if by an unseen force, until at length a change took place, and we went on our way.