Ships of Industrious Women
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... and many entreaties, he obtained three little ships from Queen ... and taught them to
be very faithful and industrious. ... more good and humble men and women than the ...
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The Battle of Salamis.
... men in his fleet behaved like women, while the ... Vast numbers of the Persian ships
were destroyed, but ... the Greeks, employed his men in industrious and vigorous ...
// xi the battle of.htm

The Burning of Athens.
... was filled every where with an industrious rural population ... Many of the women, both
mothers and maidens ... they were received on board transport ships sent thither ...
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1875-1877. Mrs. Way's Sewing --Class for Jewesses --Bible Flower ...
... the workers' meetings, is filled by adult classes of women. ... attraction to our ironclads,
and more ships have been ... show the progress of an industrious young man ...
// answers/chapter vi 1875-1877 mrs ways.htm

... During the last three years ships with over 300 ... the loins; that of most of the women
nought but ... man can be pure, able, high-minded, industrious, athletic: and ...
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The Foreign Missions and their Influence.
... to sail in one of the Dutch East India Company's ships. ... taught them to be honest,
obedient, industrious, and loyal ... missionary, at the head of the women his wife ...
/.../hutton/history of the moravian church/chapter vi the foreign missions.htm

The Land and the People.
... is the evening rendezvous of the women and maidens ... climes, prosperous villages and
an industrious population. ... blue waters, once whitened with ships sailing from ...
/.../schaff/history of the christian church volume i/section 17 the land and.htm

Down the Islands
... health, strength, and goodly stature, especially among women. ... impregnable; and its
loyal and industrious people boast ... a noble ironclad and other ships of war ...
// last/chapter ii down the islands.htm

India as Carey Found It
... countries in the world, full of industrious inhabitants; yet ... more abominable state
of feeling towards women than the ... a free passage in its ships, and employed ...
/.../smith/the life of william carey/chapter iii india as carey.htm

The Puritan Conflict.
... He stopped several ships in the Thames which were ... against theatres, masquerades,
dancing, and women actors, with ... place among the most industrious, thrifty, and ...
/.../ 92 the puritan conflict.htm

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Proverbs 31:14
She is like the merchants' ships; she brings her food from afar.
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Ships and Boats

Ships of Adramyttium

Ships of Alexandria

Ships of Chaldea

Ships of Chittim

Ships of Industrious Women

Ships of Tarshish

Ships of Tyre

Ships were often Wrecked

Ships: (Wrecked) Departure from the Faith

Ships: Antiquity of, Among the Jews

Ships: Commanded by a Master

Ships: Course of Frequently Directed by the Heavenly Bodies

Ships: Course of, Through the Midst of the Sea, Wonderful

Ships: Employed in Carrying Passengers

Ships: Employed in Fishing

Ships: Employed in Trading

Ships: Employed in War

Ships: Endangered by Quicksands

Ships: Endangered by Rocks

Ships: Endangered by Storms

Ships: Gallant

Ships: Generally Impelled by Sails

Ships: Generally Made of the Fir Tree

Ships: Governed and Directed by the Helm

Ships: Guided in Their Course by Pilots

Ships: Large

Ships: Navigated: Lakes

Ships: Navigated: Rivers

Ships: Navigated: The Ocean

Ships: Often Impelled by Oars

Ships: Often the Property of Individuals

Ships: Parts of Mentioned: The Anchors

Ships: Parts of Mentioned: The Boats

Ships: Parts of Mentioned: The Forepart or Foreship

Ships: Parts of Mentioned: The Hinder Part or Stern

Ships: Parts of Mentioned: The Hold or Between the Sides

Ships: Parts of Mentioned: The Mast

Ships: Parts of Mentioned: The Oars

Ships: Parts of Mentioned: The Rudder or Helm

Ships: Parts of Mentioned: The Rudder-Bands

Ships: Parts of Mentioned: The Sails

Ships: Parts of Mentioned: The Tackling

Ships: Probably Originated from the Ark Made by Noah

Ships: Solomon Built a Navy of

Ships: Sometimes Made of Bulrushes

Ships: Soundings Usually Taken For, in Dangerous Places

Ships: Strong

Ships: Swift

Ships: The Hinder Part of, Occupied by the Passengers

Ships: The Seams of, Were Caulked

Ships: Usually Distinguished by Signs or Figure Heads

Ships: when Damaged Were Sometimes Undergirded With Cables

Ships: Worked by Mariners or Sailors

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