This may be some guide to the limit of the land wind, and as such I record the fact.
Ethelbertha wanted to know why a land wind was very dangerous.
Those that go thither must take the sea wind, which is from the SSW, for there is no going in with the land wind.
Yes, sir,—a wind coming over the whole ocean, that will soon meet the land wind.
The trees, the forms of which become gradually distinct, are gently agitated by the land wind, which blows from the east.
There is a land wind, and before the first cock's crow we shall be beyond pursuit.
At night with the land wind we weigh'd and stood out to the Wd.
The land wind continued to blow all day, but permitted us to lie along the shore.
The division thereupon returned, and met the ship half a mile off shore, the land wind having now sprung up.
A land wind began to blow, which enabled him to make very fair headway out to sea.