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" that we were somewhat pinched for room, and therefore obliged to stow rather closer than was quite agreeable. The temperature, while we slept, was usually from 36° to 45°, according to the state of the external atmosphere ; but on one or two "
Three Voyages for the Discovery of a Northwest Passage from the Atlantic to ... - Página 290
por Sir William Edward Parry - 1843 - 243 páginas
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The Port Folio

1827
...perhaps few persons would imagine possible under such circumstances; our chief inconvenience being, that we were somewhat pinched for room, and therefore...The temperature, while we slept, was usually from 3(> to 45 deg., according to the state of the external atmosphere; but on one or two occasions, in...
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The Monthly Review

1828
...perhaps few persons would imagine possible under such circumstances; our chief inconvenience being, that we were somewhat pinched for room, and therefore...state of the external atmosphere ; but on one or two occasions, in calm and warm weather, it rose as high as 60° to 66°, obliging us to throw off a part...
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Quarterly Review, Volumen37,Tema 73

1828 - 590 páginas
...perhaps few persons would imagine possible under such circumstances ; our chief inconvenience being, that we were somewhat pinched for room, and therefore...state of the external atmosphere ; but on one or two occasions, in calm and warm weather, it rose as high as 60" to 66*, obliging us to throw off a part...
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The Quarterly Review, Volumen37

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle), George Walter Prothero - 1828
...perhaps few persons would imagine possible under such circumstances ; our chief inconvenience being, that we were somewhat pinched for room, and therefore...The temperature, while we slept, was usually from 30" to 45°, according to the state of the external atmosphere ; but on one or two occasions, in calm...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Volumen4

1828
...were somewhat pinched for room, and thei to stow rather closer than was quite agreeable. The temperati slept, was usually from 36° to 45°, according to the state of the mosphere ; but on one or two occasions, in calm and warm high as 60° to 06°, obliging us tu throw...
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The London encyclopaedia, or, Universal dictionary of ..., Volumen17,Parte2

Thomas Curtis (of Grove house sch, Islington)
...perhaps few persons would imagine possible under such circumstances ; our chief inconvenience being that we were somewhat 'pinched for room, and therefore...The temperature, while we slept, was usually from 3tì° to 45°, according to the state of the external atmosphere ; but on one or two occasions, in...
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Three Voyages for the Discovery of a North-west Passage from the ..., Volumen4

Sir William Edward Parry - 1835
...perhaps few persons would imagine possible under such circumstances; our chief inconvenience being, that we were somewhat pinched for room, and therefore...state of the external atmosphere ; but on one or two occasions in calm and warm weather, it rose as high as 60° to 66", obliging us to throw off a part...
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The Museum of Foreign Literature, Science and Art, Volumen13

Robert Walsh, John Jay Smith - 1828
...perhaps few persons would imagine possible under such circumstances; our chief inconvenience heing, that we were somewhat pinched for room, and therefore...The temperature, while we slept, was usually from 3G to 45 deg., according to the state of the external atmosphere; but on one or two occasions, in calm...
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Voyages of Discovery & Research Within the Arctic Regions, from the Year ...

Sir John Barrow - 1846 - 359 páginas
...perhaps few persons would imagine possible under ^uch circumstances ; our chief inconvenience being, that we were somewhat pinched for room, and therefore...state of the external atmosphere; but on one or two occasions, in calm and warm weather, it rose as high as 60° to 66°, obliging us to throw off a part...
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The American Whig Review, Volumen11

1850
...with a degree of comfort, which perhaps few persons would imagine possible under such circumstances. The temperature while we slept, was usually from 36°...state of the external atmosphere ; but on one or two occasions it rose as high as 60° to 66°. After •we had slept 7 hours, we were aroused by the man...
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