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There was no other spot admitting of debarcation on the home side; if we got out on the other, and made for the bridge, we should certainly be seen and cut off.
Passing the long rows of steam saw-mills, -- Jacksonville is a flourishing lumber port, -- one comes to the point of debarcation for millions of feet of pine lumber, shingles and staves, and great quantities of naval stores.
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Gadifer counselled a debarcation by night, which was done, and then he took the command of a small body of men and scoured the island with them for eight days without meeting one native, they having all fled to the mountains.
Mantotte, on the northwest coast, near Adam's Bridge, became the great place of debarcation; and here successive bands of marauders landed time after time without meeting any effectual resistance from the unwarlike