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" Esquimaux, using no fires in these habitations, but only lamps, which serve both for light and for warming their victuals, require, in the severities of winter, to economise, with the greatest care, such artificial warmth as they are able to produce in... "
The Archaeological Review - Página 127
1890
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volumen16

Sir Walter Scott - 1824
...serve both for light and for warming their victuals, require in the severities of winter to economize, with the greatest care, such artificial warmth as...annoyed by any draught of air, but what is voluntarily admitted,— forms one of the beat contrivances which, considerin? the limited resources, and the unenlightened...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, for 1808-26, Volumen16

1824
...serve both for light and for warming their victuals, require ill the severities of winter to economize, with the greatest care, such artificial warmth as...the piercing wind, by a long subterranean tunnel. 418 GEOGRAPHICAL DISCOVERY. 419 Without the possibility of being annoyed by any draught of air, but...
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The Imperial magazine; or, Compendium of religious, moral ..., Volumen5

1823
...both for light and for warming their victuals, require, in the severities of winter, to economize, with the greatest care, such artificial warmth as they are able to produce in their Jiuts. For this purpose, an under-ground dwelling, defended from the penetration of the frost by a...
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Spirit of the English Magazines, Volumen13

1823
...require, in tlie severities of winter, to economise, with the greatest care, such artificial wants as they are able to produce in their huts. For this...a bed of snow, and preserved from the entrance of :K piercing wind by a long subterranean tunnel, without the possibility of beinc annoyed by any draught...
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The Leeds Correspondent: A Literary, Mathematical, and ..., Volumen5

1823 - 4 páginas
...circumstances of the inhabitants. The uncivilized Esquimaux•, using no fires in these habita-• tions, but only lamps, which serve both for light and for...they are able to produce in their huts,. For .this an underground dwelling, defended from the penetration of the frost by a roof of moss and earth, with...
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The Edinburgh Philosophical Journal, Volumen8

Sir David Brewster, Robert Jameson - 1823
...light and for warming their victuals, require, in trie severities of winter, to economise, w/tn, l;qe,. greatest care, such artificial warmth as they are able to produce in their huts. , rost by a root or moss and, earth, with an a oF show, and preserved 'ftoAi tfi^'e^ti-ah^ by » long...
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The Edinburgh Magazine and Literary Miscellany, Volumen91

1823
...warming their victuals, require, in the severities of winter, to economise, with the greatest care, euch artificial warmth as they are able to produce in their huts. For thfe purpose, an under-ground dwelling, defended from the penetration of the frost by a roof of moss...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volumen16

Walter Scott - 1824
...serve both for light and for warming their victuals, require in the severities of winter to economize, with the greatest care, such artificial warmth as...of the piercing wind, by a long subterranean tunnel 418 CHA*. 3.]] 419 without the possibility of being annoyed by any draught of air, but what is voluntarily...
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The Boston Journal of Philosophy and the Arts, Volumen1

1824
...of the climate, and the circumstances of the inhabitants. The uncivilized Esquimaux, using no fires in these habitations, but only lamps, which serve...annoyed by any draught of air, but what is voluntarily admitted, — forms one of the best contrivances which, considering the limited resources, and the...
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The Edinburgh Philosophical Journal, Volumen8

Sir David Brewster, Robert Jameson - 1823
...of the climate, and the circumstances of the inhabitants. The uncivilized Esquimaux, using no fires in these habitations, but only lamps, which serve...annoyed by any draught of air, but what is voluntarily admitted, — forms one ot the best contrivances which, considering the limited resources, and the...
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