Nor can we affirm our knowledg is at the height, who have now the Theory of the Ocean and narrow seas beside.
No, said a third; he is roaming the narrow seas as a pirate.
Why did Canterbury, an inland town, become the goal of this long journey towards the narrow seas?
Quièret and Béhuchet had long challenged the command of the narrow seas.
Englishmen were keenly alive to the importance of "guarding the narrow seas round about."
A coxswain's wife would give more to know that her husband had crossed the narrow seas in safety.
There was every reason to fear such an engagement in these narrow seas, in which pirates could ply their trade without risk.
In the following year the same two officers commanded the squadron in the narrow seas, but the war was over.
If fame speaks true, there is not a more dexterous navigator of the narrow seas than thyself, Master Skimmer.
It had not hitherto been the custom even to try to afford English traders effective protection beyond the narrow seas.