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Page 5 - OCEAN AND HER RULERS : A Narrative of the Nations which have from the Earliest Ages held Dominion over the Sea, comprising a Brief History of Navigation from the Remotest Periods up to the Present Time. By ALFRED ELWES. With 16 Illustrations by WW MAY.
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