The expedition sailed across, apparently to the region of Richmond or San Pablo.
San Pablo is a very interesting fabric, dating from the year 1259.
And through it all, confused, driven into a madness of motion, thundered the great smoking seas from San Pablo Bay.
Gorgona, San Pablo, and Tavernilla were passed in succession.
The convent-church of San Pablo, with its massive stone walls, was converted into a fort.
We left the said point of the Huchunes, which we called San Pablo.
San Antonio was also carried; and San Pablo assailed, and, after a contest of two hours, won.
I had got into San Pablo Bay, where it was all plain sailing.
Westerly the distant range hid the bosky cañada which sheltered the Mission of San Pablo.
This, in turn, is just about a day's journey from San Pablo Creek for a military party encumbered with numerous prisoners.