Down this green tropical coast they sped, and when night was near at hand they came close to the entrance of Manila Bay.
For all we know, Lazada may have captured him and tossed him into Manila Bay.
Manila Bay has a circumference of 120 nautical miles, and is far too large to afford adequate protection to ships.
I hope we can smash them just as we smashed the Spanish ships in Manila Bay.
Of these two events the greatest was that which took place in Manila Bay.
Another great naval battle, fully equal to that of Manila Bay, was now on.
It is nearly as big as Manila Bay, which last is called twenty odd miles wide by thirty long.
They came down from their coasts to Manila Bay on northwest monsoons, and when the monsoons changed they were carried back again.
Manila Bay is thirty miles from north to south, and about twenty-five miles wide.
We all know the story of the battle of Manila Bay, but we may just recall it briefly.