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Page 197 - Ekenhead, and myself: the two last were in the presence of hundreds of English witnesses. With regard to the difference of the current, I perceived none ; it is favourable to the swimmer on neither side, but may be stemmed by plunging into the sea a considerable way above the opposite point of the coast, which the swimmer wishes to make, but still bearing up against it : it is strong ; but if you calculate well, you may reach land. My own experience, and that of others, bids me pronounce the passage...