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Three Voyages for the Discovery of a Northwest Passage from the Atlantic to ... - Página 138
por Sir William Edward Parry - 1843 - 243 páginas
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volumen96,Parte2;Volumen140

1826
...to fix a meridian mark, had placed a second person halfway between, to repeat his directions; but be found on trial that this precaution was unnecessary,...The thermometer was at this time 18°, the barometer 80.14 inches, and the weather nearly calm, and quite clear and serene.” P. 58. Captain Parry gives...
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Annals of Philosophy, Volumen12;Volumen28

Richard Phillips, Edward William Brayley - 1826
...feet, or about one mile and twotenths, in order to fix a meridian mark, had placed a person half-way between to repeat his directions; but he found on...keep up a conversation with the man at the distant station.—(Parry's Voyage.) 11. Unprecedented Cold. Pittsburgh, Feb. 22, 1826.—On Tuesday and Wednesday...
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The United States Review and Literary Gazette, Volumen1

1827
...one statute mile and two-tenths, in order to fix a meridian mark, had placed a second person half-way between, to repeat his directions; but he found on...at the distant station. The thermometer was at this time—18°, the barometer 30.14 inches, and the weather nearly calm, and quite clear and serene. "...
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Journals of the first, second and third voyages for the discovery ..., Volumen5

sir William Edward Parry - 1828
...one statute mile and two-tenths, in order to fix a meridian mark, had placed a second person half-way between, to repeat his directions; but he found on...the weather nearly calm, and quite clear and serene. The meteorological phenomena observed during this winter, like most of its other occurrences, differed...
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Meteorologia veterum Graecorum et Romanorum

Julius Ludwig Ideler - 1832 - 254 páginas
...meridian mark, had placed a person halfway between to repeat his directions; but he found on trials that this precaution was unnecessary, as he could...conversation with the man at the distant station. If) Problem. XI, 17. p. 900, b. quibuscum cfr. Problem. XI, 56. p. 905, a. 6l. p.905, b. et Alexandri...
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Meteorologia veterum Græcorum et Romanorum, prolegomena ad novam ...

Julius Ludwig Ideler - 1832
...meridian mark, had placed a person halfway between to repeat his directions; but he found on trials that this precaution was unnecessary, as he could...conversation with the man at the distant station. 4) Problem. XI, 17. p. 900, b. quibuscum cfr. Problem. XI, 56. p. 905, a. 61. p.90S, b. et Alexandri...
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Meteorologia veterum Graecorum et Romanorum: prolegomena ad novam ...

Julius Ludwig Ideler - 1832 - 254 páginas
...meridian mark, had placed a person halfway between to repeat his directions; but he found on trials that this precaution was unnecessary, as he could...conversation with the man at the distant station. 4) Problem. XI, 17- p. 900, b. quibnscum cfr. Problem. XI, 56. p. 905) a. 61. p.905, b. et Alexandri...
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Three Voyages for the Discovery of a North-west Passage from the ..., Volumen3

Sir William Edward Parry - 1835
...one statute mile and two tenths, in order to fix a meridian mark, had placed a second person half-way between, to repeat his directions ; but he found on...at the distant station. The Thermometer was at this time—18°, Q2 the barometer 30-14 inches, and the weather nearly calm, and quite clear and serene....
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Voyages of Discovery & Research Within the Arctic Regions, from the Year ...

Sir John Barrow - 1846 - 359 páginas
...(about a mile and two-tenths), in order to fix a meridian mark, had placed a second person half-way between, to repeat his directions; but he found on...with the man at the distant station. The thermometer at the time was 18° ; the barometer 30' 14 inches; weather calm, clear and serene." The Aurora is...
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Manual of the Natural History, Geology, and Physics of Greenland, and the ...

Royal Society (Great Britain). Arctic Committee - 1875 - 869 páginas
...but he found on trial that this precaution was unnecessary, as lie could without difficulty keep up R conversation with the man at the distant station....The thermometer was at this time 18°, the barometer 30'14 inches, and the weather nearly calm, and quite clear and serene. (Appendix, p. 86.) The following...
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