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" It looks towards the south, on which side the harbour is half a league broad ; afterwards, upon entering it, the extent between the coast and north is twelve leagues, and then enlarging itself it forms a very large bay, twenty leagues in circumference,... "
The Voyage of Verrazzano: A Chapter in the Early History of Maritime ... - Page 182
by Henry Cruse Murphy - 1875 - 202 pages
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Collections of the New-York Historical Society for the Year ...

New York (State) - 1841
...all that we could learn of them. This region is situated in the parallel of Rome, being 41° 40' of north latitude, but much colder from accidental circumstances,...afterwards, upon entering it, the extent between the coast and north is twelve leagues, and then enlarging itself it forms a very large bay, twenty leagues...
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An Account of Discoveries in the West Until 1519, and of Voyages to and ...

Conway Robinson, Virginia Historical Society - America - 1848 - 491 pages
...all that we could learn of them. This region is situated in the parallel of Rome, being 41° 4(y of north latitude, but much colder from accidental circumstances,...afterwards, upon entering it, the extent between the coast and north is twelve leagues, and then enlarging itself it forms a very lage bay, twenty leagues...
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Novelties of the New World: Or, The Adventures and Discoveries of the First ...

Joseph Banvard - Discoveries in geography - 1859 - 324 pages
...Rome, being 41° 40' of north latitude, but much colder from accidental circumstances, and not from nature, as I shall hereafter explain to your majesty,...situation. It looks towards the south, on which side the harbor is half a league broad ; afterwards, upon entering it, the extent between the coast and north...
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The History of Hernando de Soto and Florida: Or, Record of the Events of ...

Barnard Shipp - America - 1881 - 689 pages
...mingled with singing fora longtime. "This region is situated in the parallel of Rome, being 41 - 40' of north latitude, but much colder from accidental circumstances, and not by nature. I shall confine myself at present to the description of its local situation. It looks towards the south,...
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Encyclopędia of United States history from 458 A.D. to 1902

Benson John Lossing, John Fiske, Woodrow Wilson - United States - 1901
...region is sitii.ii«! in the parallel of Rome, being 41° 40* of north latitude, but much colder iroiu accidental circumstances, and not by nature, as I...afterwards, upon entering it, the extent between the coast and north is twelve leagues, and then enlarging itself it forme a very large bay, twenty leagues...
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The History of North America, Volume 1

Guy Carleton Lee, Francis Newton Thorpe - United States - 1903
...all that we could learn of them. "This region is situated in the parallel of Rome, being 41° 40' of north latitude; but much colder, from accidental circumstances,...to the description of its local situation. It looks toward the south, on which side the harbor is half of a league broad [probably Newport] ; afterwards,...
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Discovery and Exploration, Volume 1

Alfred Brittain, George Edward Reed - America - 1903 - 511 pages
...all that we could learn of them. " This region is situated in the parallel of Rome, being 41° 40' of north latitude; but much colder, from accidental circumstances,...to the description of its local situation. It looks toward the south, on which side the harbor is half of a league broad [probably Newport] ; afterwards,...
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The History of North America Volume 1 Discovery and Exploration

Alfred Brittain - 1903
...all that we could learn of them. " This region is situated in the parallel of Rome, being 41° 40' of north latitude ; but much colder, from accidental...to the description of its local situation. It looks toward the south, on which side the harbor is half of a league broad [probably Newport] ; afterwards,...
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The Historians' History of the World: The British colonies, The United ...

Henry Smith Williams - World history - 1904
...formed a great friendship with them. This region is situated in the parallel of Rome, being 41° 4ff of north latitude, but much colder from accidental circumstances,...afterwards, upon entering it, the extent between the coast and north is twelve leagues, and then enlarging itself it forms a very large bay, twenty leagues...
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Sailors Narratives of Voyages Along the New England Coast, 1524-1624

George Parker Winship - America - 1905 - 290 pages
...all that we could learn of them. This region is situated in the parallel of Rome, being 41° 40' of north latitude, but much colder from accidental circumstances,...afterwards, upon entering it, the extent between the coast and north is twelve leagues, and then enlarging itself it forms a very large bay, twenty leagues...
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