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  • The skipper (Jeff Bridges) is a blend of Captain Bligh and Mr. Chips.

    Stormy Weather

  • After the escape of Captain Bligh, which was well known to us, no length of passage or hazard of navigation seemed above human accomplishment.

    The Settlement at Port Jackson

  • Sure enough there was, and it broke over the Hamoaze with a bang just as Captain Bligh and his friend put across in the ferry-boat.

    News from the Duchy

  • They had been sent out with provisions only sufficient for their number for _five_ days, and Captain Bligh had, by his careful calculation, and determination to give each man only that equal portion they had agreed to accept, made it last for _fifty_ days, during which time they had come three thousand six hundred and eighteen nautical miles.

    The Red True Story Book

  • Thus prepared, the _Bounty_ set sail on the 23d of December, and what ensued will be best told in the language of Captain Bligh.

    Great Sea Stories

  • Before his advent, however, Captain Bligh, making his way home from the spot where the mutineers of the BOUNTY had set him afloat, passed through

    The History of Australian Exploration from 1788 to 1888

  • At this point Captain Bligh attempted to interfere.

    The Lonely Island The Refuge of the Mutineers

  • "I'm innocent of the crime of mutiny, and Captain Bligh knows it."

    The Lonely Island The Refuge of the Mutineers

  • Christian exclaimed, "Hold your tongue, sir, I have been in hell for weeks past; Captain Bligh has brought all this on himself."

    The Works of Lord Byron. Vol. 5 Poetry

  • On being asked if he saw Peter Heywood on that day, he replied, once, on the platform, standing still and looking attentively towards Captain Bligh; never saw him under arms nor spoke to him; does not know if he offered to go in the boat, nor did he hear any one propose to him to go in the boat; that when standing on the platform,

    The Eventful History of the Mutiny and Piratical Seizure of H.M.S. Bounty: Its Cause and Consequences

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