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gentleman who has been spending the winter here, who, from being a constant pedestrian, has been inconvenienced by the wet. M. Adanson, who visited Fayal in October 1753, says in his Journal that it is more rainy than the rest of the group. The oranges, however, become fit for exportation to England some weeks earlier than at St. Michael's.
Your isle which stands
Like Neptune's park, ribbed and paled in
With rocks unscaleable and roaring waters.
Voyage to Flores.-The "Flower of Fayal."-A mad Captain.Two simple-hearted Corvoites.—Appearance of Flores from the Roadstead.
APRIL 22, MONDAY.-We had been only two days in Horta, when our landlord, coming in from his morning gossip, told us there was a schooner in the bay about to sail for Flores and Corvo.
We immediately made arrangements for starting, and before three hours had elapsed weighed anchor and were standing out from the harbour. Our vessel, which is probably the dullest sailer afloat on the Atlantic, is called by one of those solecisms in language so often met with on shore,