Civitas) which is but an artificial man.” – OPENING SENTENCE OF HOBBES’S LEVIATHAN.
“Silly Mansoul swallowed it without chewing, as if it had been a sprat in the mouth of a whale.” – PILGRIM’S PROGRESS.
“The mighty whales which swim in a sea of water, and have a sea of oil swimming in them.” – FULLER’S PROFANE AND HOLY STATE.
“While the whale is floating at the stern of the ship, they cut off his head, and tow it with a boat as near the shore as it will come; but it will be aground in twelve or thirteen feet water.” – THOMAS EDGE’S TEN VOYAGES TO SPITZBERGEN, IN PURCHAS.
“In their way they saw many whales sporting in the ocean, and in wantonness fuzzing up the water through their pipes and