In a week they had reached the grand canary, where they paused to make some repairs to one of the ships which, was leaking.
"I will start for the coast to-morrow, and go to grand canary," he said.
But if the captain and second mate are knocked out, we haven't a navigator, and grand canary's small.
The profit and all that is good in grand canary goes to you.
The polished battle-axe was more used in grand canary, while stone and obsidian, roughly cut, were commoner in Teneriffe.
We might hail some Spanish ship going to, coming from, grand canary.
The island of grand canary is one of the most interesting of the group at which we have now arrived.
Leaving upon our right grand canary we stood for the island of Gomera.
Even the painted ware of the grand canary appears to be of local origin and not due to external influence.
The seventh island they call grand canary, in which there will be five thousand fighting men.