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" This travelling by night and sleeping by day so completely inverted the natural order of things, that it was difficult to persuade ourselves of the reality. Even the officers and myself, who were all furnished with pocket chronometers, could not always... "
The Gateway to the Polynia: A Voyage to Spitzbergen - Página 297
por John Campion Well - 1876 - 355 páginas
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The Port Folio

1827
...during the twentyfour hours undergoing hut little variation. This travelling hy night and sleeping hy day so completely inverted the natural order of things,...of the reality. Even the officers and myself, who wore all furnished with pocket chronometers, could not always hear in mind at what part of the twenty-four...
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The Literary Gazette: A Weekly Journal of Literature, Science ..., Volumen12

William Jerdan, William Ring Workman, Frederick Arnold, John Morley, Charles Wycliffe Goodwin - 1828
...twenty-four hours undergoing but little variation. This travelling by night, and sleeping by day, to completely inverted the natural order of things, that...the officers and myself, who were all furnished with pocket-chronometers, could not always bear in mind at what part of the twenty-four hours we had arrived...
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The Extractor; or Universal repertorium of literature, science ..., Volumen2

1829
...from the snow heing harder at night for travelling. This travelling hy night, and sleeping hy day, to completely inverted the natural order of things, that...furnished with pocket chronometers, could not always hear in mind at what part of the twenty-four hours we had arrived ; and there were several of the men...
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Scientific Tracts, Volumen2

1832
...temperature during the twentyfour hours undergoing but little variation. This travelling by niijht and sleeping by day so completely inverted the natural...furnished with pocket chronometers, could not always hear in mind at what part of the twenty four hours we had arrived ; and there were several of the men...
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The Nautical Magazine, Volumen63

1894
...There was, however, one disadvantage — the fogs were more frequent and thick during that period. This travelling by night and sleeping by day so completely...was difficult to persuade ourselves of the reality. Neither myself, officers, or men could always say clearly at what part of the twenty-four hours we...
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Three Voyages for the Discovery of a Northwest Passage from the Atlantic to ...

Sir William Edward Parry - 1843 - 243 páginas
...harder at night for travelling. The only disadvantage of this plan was, that the fogs were somewhat more thick by night than by day, though even in this...could not always bear in mind at what part of the twen. ty-four hours we had arrived ; and there were several of the men who declared, and I believe...
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The American Whig Review, Volumen11

1850
...while the heat rendered it more comfortable for sleeping. " This travelling by night," says Parry, " and sleeping by day, so completely inverted the natural...was difficult to persuade ourselves of the reality ; nor could we, even with pocket chronometers, always bear in mind at what part of the 24 hours we...
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Sir John Franklin and The Arctic Regions

P.L. Simmonds - 1852
...cannot do better than quote Parry's graphic description of this novel course of proceeding : " Traveling by night, and sleeping by day, so completely inverted...could not always bear in mind at what part of the twenty-hours we had arrived; and there were several of the men who declared, and I believe truly, that...
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Arctic Explorations and Discoveries During the Nineteenth Century: Being ...

Samuel Mosheim Smucker - 1857 - 517 páginas
...this novel course of proceeding : "Traveling by night, and sleeping by day, so completely in» verted the natural order of things that it was difficult...myself, who were all furnished with pocket chronometers, eould not always bear in mind at what part of the twenty-hours we had arrived ; and there were several...
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The Arctic regions. To which is added, the recovery of the Resolute. With ...

Peter Lund Simmonds - 1860
...cannot do better than quote Parry's graphic di .Tiption of this novel course of proceeding : — " Travelling by night, and sleeping by day, so completely...ourselves of the reality. Even the officers and myself H2 who were all furnished with pocket chronometers, could not always bear in mind at what part of the...
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