Christopher Columbus Quote

Here the men lost all patience, and complained of the length of the voyage, but the Admiral encouraged them in the best manner he could, representing the profits they were about to acquire, and adding that it was to no purpose to complain, having come so far, they had nothing to do but continue on to the Indies, till with the help of our Lord, they should arrive there.


10 October 1492 - Journal of the First Voyage

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Here the men lost all patience, and complained of the length of the voyage, but the Admiral encouraged them in the best manner he could, representing ...

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Here the men lost all patience, and complained of the length of the voyage, but the Admiral encouraged them in the best manner he could, representing ...

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Here the men lost all patience, and complained of the length of the voyage, but the Admiral encouraged them in the best manner he could, representing ...

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Here the men lost all patience, and complained of the length of the voyage, but the Admiral encouraged them in the best manner he could, representing ...