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" Who would have thought that an island of no greater extent than this, situated between the latitude of 54° and 55°, should, in the very height of summer, be in a manner wholly covered, many fathoms deep, with frozen snow, but more especially the SW... "
Climate and Time in Their Geological Relations: A Theory of Secular Changes ... - Página 57
por James Croll - 1893 - 577 páginas
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The History of America, Volumen2

William Robertson - 1803
...that an island, of no greater extent than seventy leagues in circuit, situated between the lalitude of 54° and 55°, should in the very height of summer be, in a manner, wholly covered, many fathoms deep, with frozen snow , but more especially the SW coast...
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The History of America: In which is Included, The History of ..., Volumen2

William Robertson - 1811
...that an island, of no greater extent than seventy leagues in circuit, situated between the latitude of 54° and 55°, should in the very height of summer be, in a manner, wholly covered many fathoms deem, with frozen snow ; but more especially the SW coast...
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The Historical Works of William Robertson: With an Account of His ..., Volumen3

William Robertson - 1813
...that an island of no greater extent than seventy leagues in circuit, situated between the latitude of 54° and 55°, should, in the very height of summer, be in a manner wholly covered, many fathoms deep, with frozen snow, but more especially the SW coast ?...
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The historical works of William Robertson, with an account of his life and ...

William Robertson - 1813
...that an island^ of no greater extent than seventy leagues in circuit, situated between the latitude of 54° and 55°, should, in the very height of summer, be, in a manner, wholly covered, many fathoms deep, with frozen snow, but more especially the SW coast...
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A general history and collection of voyages and travels ..., Temas27-29

General history - 1815
...Who would have thought that an island of no greater extent than this, situated between the latitude of 54* and 55°, should, in the very height of summer, be in a manner wholly covered, many fathoms deep, with frozen snow, but more especially the SW coast?...
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The works of William Robertson, D.D. To which is prefixed, an ..., Volumen9

William Robertson - 1817
...that an island of no greater extent than seventy leagues in circuit, situated between the latitude of 54° and 55°, should in the very height of summer be, in a manner, wholly covered, many fathoms deep, with frozen snow ; but more especially the SW coast?...
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The Three Voyages of Captain James Cook Round the World. ...

James Cook - 1821
...Who would have thought that an island of no greater extent than this, situated between the latitude of 54° and 55°, should, in the very height of summer, be in a manner wholly covered many fathoms deep with frozen snow, but more especially the SW coast? The...
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The Works of William Robertson, D.D., with an Account of His Life ..., Volumen3

William Robertson - 1824
...that an island of no greater extent than seventy leagues in circuit, situated between the latitude of 54° and 55", should in the very height of summer be, in a manner, wholly covered, many fathoms deep, with frozen snow; but more especially the SW coast...
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A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Arranged ..., Volumen15

Robert Kerr - 1824
...Who would have thought that an island of no greater extent than this, situated between the latitude of 54" and 55°, should, in the very height of summer, be in a manner wholly covered, many fathoms deep, with frozen snow, but more especially the SW coast ?...
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The Works of Wm. Robertson, D.D.: History of America, books I-IV

William Robertson - 1825
...that an island of no greater extent than seventy leagues in circuit, situated between the latitude of 54° and 55°, should in the very height of summer be, in a manner, wholly covered, many fathoms deep, with frozen snow ; but more especially the SW coast...
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