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  • Then, O great Heaven, I saw it, close in upon us! One mast was broken short off, six or eight feet from the deck, and lay over the side, entangled in a maze of sail and rigging; and all that ruin, as the ship rolled and beat which she did without a moment's pause, and with a violence quite inconceivable beat the side as if it would stave it in.  (not reviewed by editor)

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