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" Solander remained with an Icelander in the intermediate valley; the rest of us continued our route to the summit of the peak, which we found intensely cold; but on the highest point was a spot of three yards in breadth, whence there proceeded so much... "
Journal of a Tour in Iceland: In the Summer of 1809 - Page 117
by Sir William Jackson Hooker - 1813 - 371 pages
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Sketches of the Royal Society and Royal Society Club

Sir John Barrow - Scientists - 1849 - 212 pages
...highest peak, Hbut soon saw one above us, towards which we hastened. Dr. Solander remained with an Icelander in the intermediate valley; the rest of...and steam that we could not bear to sit down upon it: hydrometer 9'25, barometer 24-722, thermometer 38. The last eruption of 1766 broke out on a sudden,...
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The Life of Sir Joseph Banks: President of the Royal Society, with Some ...

Edward Smith - Botanists - 1911 - 348 pages
...at the highest peak ; but soon saw one above us, to which we hastened. Dr. Solander remained with an Icelander in the intermediate valley ; the rest of...and steam that we could not bear to sit down upon it."1 The journey, homeward, was taken leisurely. The party wandered some time among the Highlands...
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The Life of Sir Joseph Banks, President of the Royal Society: With Some ...

Edward Smith - Botanists - 1911 - 348 pages
...at the highest peak ; but soon saw one above us, to which we hastened. Dr. Solander remained with an Icelander in the intermediate valley ; the rest of...and steam that we could not bear to sit down upon it."1 The journey, homeward, was taken leisurely. The party wandered some time among the Highlands...
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Joseph Banks: A Life

Patrick O'Brian - Biography & Autobiography - 1997 - 328 pages
...such a manner that our clothes resembled buckram." He also observes that "Dr Solander remained with an Icelander in the intermediate valley; the rest of...and steam that we could not bear to sit down upon it." This was on 24 September 1772, and although they did not leave Iceland until about 18 October...
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