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" ... -feet above the sea,) in order to obtain a better view around us ; and nothing could well exceed the dreariness which such a view presented. The eye wearied itself in vain to find an object but ice and sky to rest upon ; and even the latter was often... "
The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal - Página 366
1828
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The Quarterly Review, Volumen37

1828
...of the highest hummocks of ice near at hand, (many of which were from fifteen to five-andtwenty-feet above the sea,) in order to obtain a better view around...dismal fogs which so generally prevailed. For want of variety, the most trifling circumstance engaged a more than ordinary share of our attention ; a passing...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Volumen4

1828
...order to obtain a better view around us ; and nothing could well exceed the dreariness which sucli a view presented. The eye wearied itself in vain to...dismal fogs which so generally prevailed. For want of variety, the most trifling circumstance engaged a more than ordinary share of our atten* Narrative,...
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The Port Folio

1827
...(many of which are from fifteen to five-and-twenty feet ahove the sea) in order to ohtain a hetter view around us; and nothing could well exceed the...presented. The eye wearied itself in vain to find an ohject hut ice and sky to rest upon; and even the latter was often hidden from our view hy the dense...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Volumen4

1828
...whole seven previous summers taken together, though passed in latitudes from 7° to 15° lower than this. The expedition, in its progress northwards,...dismal fogs which so generally prevailed. For want of variet v the most trifling circumstance engaged a more than ordinary share of our atten* Narrative,...
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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
...which the snow was much trodden down, and the road thus improved for the boats. As soon as we arrived at the other end of the floe, or came to any difficult...dismal fogs which so generally prevailed. For want of variety, the most trifling circumstance engaged a more than ordinary share of our attention ; a passing...
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The Quarterly Review, Volumen37

1828
...of the highest hummocks of ice near at hand, (many of which were from fifteen to five-audtwenty-feet above the sea,) in order to obtain a better view around...dismal fogs which so generally prevailed. For want of variety, the most trifling circumstance engaged a more than ordinary share of our attention ; a passing...
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The London Quarterly Review, Volumen37

1828
...one of the highest hummocks of ice near at hand, (many of which were from fifteen to five-andtwenty feet above the sea,) in order to obtain a better view...upon ; and even the latter was often hidden from our viewby the dense and dismal fogs which so generally prevailed. For want of variety, the most trifling...
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The Extractor; or Universal repertorium of literature, science ..., Volumen2

1829
...hand (many of which were from fifteen to twenty-five feet ahove the sea), in order to ohtain a hetter view around us ; and nothing could well exceed the...presented. The eye wearied itself in vain, to find an ohject hut ice or sky to rest upon ; and even the latter was often hidden from our view, hy the dense...
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A System of Geography, Popular and Scientific: Or A Physical, Political, and ...

James Bell - 1831
...place, we mounted one of the highest hummocks of ice near at hand, (many of which were from 15 to 25 feet above the sea,) in order to obtain a better view...the dreariness which such a view presented. The eye weaned itself in vain to find an object but ice and sky to rest upon ; and even the latter was often...
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Scientific Tracts, Volumen2

1832
...which the snow was much trodden down, and the road thus improved for the boats. As soon as we arrived at the other end of the floe, or came to any difficult...and sky to rest upon ; and even the latter was often hid from our view by the dense and dismal fogs which so generally prevailed. For want of variety, the...
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