Pathways Through Our Past
They pass through the English Channel
Entering the Channel the emigrants view ships large and finer than their own, their masts twice as tall as that on their ship. Those people who laid in bed with the sickness brought on by the toss and tumbling of the sea found their was up from the bowels of their ship as their own ship lay on a calm sea where the sun warmed the decks.
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