Strong intuitions of the man assure the mariners he can be no innocent.
St. Anthony was called the patron of mariners, and therefore his aid was especially invoked.
Also that one Captain Foskew had taken and stayed the said mariners and sea captains.
She commenced her return voyage with a pilot and five mariners.
When these vessels returned to England and the mariners told of what they had seen, the people were filled with enthusiasm.
The vessel moved gently from the shore, rowed by the mariners.
As they under the shade of the royal, our mariners discussed these matters, and matured some plans for the future.
A few of the mariners were in the secret, and were in some degree prepared for what was to come.
That night Hiarandi was laid in his cairn, which they made of stones, by the edge of the cliff where all mariners could see it.
It is said to have been published in the "Magazine for mariners."