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" The two largest nearly connect with each other, and form a kind of harbour, or place of shelter, for a boat, on the NW side. "
The new sailing directory for the Ethiopic or southern Atlantic ocean - Page 84
by John Purdy - 1844 - 472 pages
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Narrative of Voyages and Travels in the Northern and Southern ..., Volume 1

Amasa Delano - Pacific Ocean - 1817 - 598 pages
...found them to be nothing more than a cluster of craggy rocks, about one fourth of a mile in length from north to south, and nearly as much from east to west. No .sort of vegetation existed upon them. These rocks are five iu ,33 number; but there are only two of any considerable magnitude. Their greatest...
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The London General Gazetteer, Or Geographical Dictionary: Containing a ...

Geography - 1825
...the City \ry a lofty wall on the south and east sides. The City extends full three quarters of a mile from north to south, and nearly as much from east to west The principal streets are laid out with great regularilr. Five of them run from north to south, and...
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The Nautical Magazine: A Journal of Papers on Subjects Connected ..., Volume 23

Shipping - 1854
...sea betwixt India and Aden had been thus discoloured for a distance of three or four hundred miles from north to south and nearly as much from east to west, and as many vessels must have passed through the discoloured surface it would be highly interesting...
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Arboretum Et Fruticetum Britannicum: Or, The Trees and Shrubs of ..., Volume 3

John Claudius Loudon - Botany - 1838
...NL 28 ; and westward, from the ocean to the country of Illinois ; a distance of above 1200 miles from north to south, and nearly as much from east to west. It is not, however, equally distributed over this extensive tract of country, being found either in...
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Mesopotamia and Assyria: From the Earliest Ages to the Present Time; with ...

James Baillie Fraser - Assyria - 1842 - 383 pages
...perpendicular, except where furrowed by the rains. It was fifty-seven feet high, about 960 feet long from north to south, and nearly as much from east to west. In it was found a vault, with fragments of urns, human bones, and fine pottery ; but the time did not...
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The Family Library (Harper)., Volume 157

Child rearing - 1845
...perpendicular, except where furrowed by the rains. It was fifty-seven feet high, about 960 feet long from north to south, and nearly as much from east to west. In it was found a vault, with fragments of urns, human hones, and fine pottery j but the time did not...
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Memoir, descriptive and explanatory, to accompany the general chart of the ...

John Purdy - 1853
...three small islands bearing W. by S., 2 or 3 leagues distant. The vessel bore away, and at three pm was abreast of them. Hoisted the small boat out, went...extent was from NNE to SSW The two largest nearly conueut with each other, and form a kind of harbour, or place of shelter for a boat, on the NW side....
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Volume 55

Science - 1853
...of wind and snow. The sketch represents a section of a tolerably level plain, extending about a mile from north to south, and nearly as much from east to west. A public road has been formed at B, C, D, about 20 feet broad. The bank A, on the north side, is about...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Volume 55

Geology - 1853
...of wind and snow. The sketch represents a section of a tolerably level plain, extending about a mile from north to south, and nearly as much from east to west. A public road has been formed at B, C, D, about 20 feet broad. The bank A, on the north side, is about...
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MacMillan's Magazine, Volume 4

Sir George Grove, David Masson, John Morley, Mowbray Morris - 1861
...natural drainv> is into the Orange river, and as it is a tract of country measuring about 300 miles from north to south and nearly as much from east to west, it forms a very important portion of Southern Africa, singularly corresponding, in some respects, with...
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