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" Mayne, like a shewer from the South to the North, and from the North to the West, and then downe to the South againe. "
Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art - Página 355
1850
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De l'esprit; or, Essays on the mind. Transl. To Which are now prefixed, a ...

Claude Adrien Helvétius - 1807
...victorious arms even into Sarmatia and the island of Britain. Since then victory has flown alternately from the south to the north, and from the north to the south ; since all nations have been by turns conquering and conquered ; since, as history informs us*, the...
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New York Medical and Philosophical Journal and Review, Volumen1

1809
...but of a very short staple. The greater part of the Merinoes of Spain are transhumante, and migrate from the south to the north, and from the north to the south twice every year. This has probably contributed to the health of the sheep, and, as a consequence of...
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Collections of the New-York Historical Society for the Year ...

New-York Historical Society - 1811
...and after tp the West agajne, till wee fell with Land that Stretched from the Mayne, like a shewer from the South to the North, and from the North to the West, and then downe to the South againe. Being short of this Land, a storme tooke vs, the wind at...
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Collections of the New-York Historical Society for the Year ...

New-York Historical Society - 1811
...and after to the West againe, till wee fell with Land that stretched from the Mayne, like a shewer from the South to the North, and from the North to the West, and then downe to the South againe. Being short of this Land, a storme tooke vs, the wind at...
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Essay on Sheep: Their Varieties, Account of the Merinoes of Spain, France ...

Robert R. Livingston - 1813 - 143 páginas
...but of a very short staple. The greater part of the Merinoes of Spain are transhumanle, and migrate from the south to the north, and from the north to the south twiee every year. This has probably contributed to the health of the sheep, and, as a consequenee of...
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History of Russia and of Peter the Great

Philippe-Paul comte de Ségur - 1829 - 447 páginas
...word, the same people of whom, by a single nod, the Ivans had transported thousands of proprietors from the south to the north, and from the north to the south, of their empire ; who, without a murmur, had suffered bears to be let loose upon them, for diversion,...
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Journal of the Senate, Parte10

Illinois. General Assembly. Senate - 1836
...the whole State are interested, and its importance is every day more apparent by the increased travel from the south to. the north, and from the north to the south. Your committee would therefore recommend the relinquishment of ' all the surplus lands, together vvith...
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Summarized Proceedings and a Directory of Members, Volúmenes1-2

American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1849
...1846) by what the inhabitants considered at the time a disastrous hurricane, affords a beautiful harbor of refuge to the extensive coasting trade passing...passed. The next section is a very interesting one, comprising the coast of South Carolina and Georgia ; interesting, among other reasons, because it has...
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Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Temas1-2

1849
...1846) by what the inhabitants considered at the time a disastrous hurricane, affords a beautiful harbor of refuge to the extensive coasting trade passing...passed. The next section is a very interesting one, comprising the coast of South Carolina and Georgia ; interesting, among other reasons, because it has...
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Summarized Proceedings and a Directory of Members, Volúmenes1-2

American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1849
...1846) by what the inhabitants considered at the time a disastrous hurricane, affords a beautiful harbor of refuge to the extensive coasting trade passing...cannot exceed twelve years, and three of these have The next section is a very interesting one, comprising the coast of South Carolina and Georgia ; interesting,...
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