The Third Supply was the first truly successful wave of colonization, in the first British settlement in the Americas; Jamestown, Virginia. It consisted of five to six hundred people, in a fleet of eight ships, with Admiral George Somers, Samuel Jordan, Sir Thomas Gates, all of whom stayed with the ship Sea Venture, when she was damaged in a storm near Bermuda, while the rest of the fleet continued to Jamestown. Their struggle to save the ship may have been the inspiration for Shakespeare's play, The Tempest.
Without their leadership, the group foundered, but became recovered and prospered when they showed up less than a year later, with two ships -- Patience and Deliverer -- built from the remains of Sea Venture.
The analog-to-digital converter according to claim 5, wherein the length of the first current supply path is smaller than the sum of the lengths of the second and third current supply paths, and is smaller than the sum of the lengths of the second and fourth current supply paths.
The analog-to-digital converter according to claim 5, wherein the cross sectional area of the first current supply path is greater than the sum of the cross sectional areas of the second and third current supply paths, and is greater than the sum of the cross sectional areas of the second and fourth current supply paths.
It should be noted that the current supply paths 16.sub.1 and 16.sub.2 are branched at the current supply terminals 15.sub.1 and 15.sub.2 from the other current supply paths 17.sub.1, 18.sub.1 and 17.sub.2, 18.sub.2 so as to be connected exclusively to the analog voltage comparator 12.
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