an unenquiring mind   ...   tameness and lack of vigour   ...   a former house-painter who had never experienced the suspense, the terrors, the immensities of deep-sea roving   ...   the advent of gales or heavy seas would be sacrilege:     E.K.Chatterton, 1928


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by constant practice he distinguisht himself and came into reputation --- besides his industry and understanding in the forms and buildings of shipping with all the tackles ropes & sails &c which he thoroughly understood made his paintings of greater value besides his neatness and clean pencilling of sky and water by many was much esteemd especially sea faring people officers & others marchants &c --- he made many excursions towards the Coasts and seaports of England to improve himself from Nature:     George Vertue, 1749

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