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" During the same journey he also surveyed 30 miles of the adjacent coast, or that to the north of the isthmus, which, by also taking a westerly direction, formed the termination of the western sea into a gulf. The rest of this season was employed in tracing... "
The voyages and expeditions of captains Ross, Parry, & Franklin in search of ... - Page 32
by W H. Bishop - 1834 - 36 pages
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The Mariner's Chronicle: Containing Narratives of the Most Remarkable ...

Archibald Duncan - Shipwrecks - 1834 - 504 pages
...termination of the western sea into a gulf. The rest of this season was employed in tracing the sea-coast south of the isthmus leading to the eastward, which was done so as to leave no doubt that it joined, as the natives liad previously informed us, to Ockullee, and the land forming Repulse Bay. It was also...
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Volume 20

Perry Fairfax Nursey - Industrial arts - 1834
...termination of the western sea into a gulf. The rest of this season was employed in tracing the sea-coast south of the isthmus leading to the eastward, which was done so as to leave no doubt that it joined, as the natives had previously informed us, to Ockullee, and the land forming Repulse Bay. It was also...
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Narrative of the Second Voyage of Captain Ross to the Arctic Regions, in the ...

Sir James Clark Ross, Sir John Ross - Arctic regions - 1834 - 150 pages
...which, by also taking a westerly direction, formed the termination of the western sea into a gulf. The rest of this season was employed in tracing the sea coast of the isthmus leading to the eastward, which was done so as to leave no doubt that it joined, as the...
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The last voyage of Capt. Sir John Ross, R.N. to the Arctic regions: for the ...

Robert Huish - Northwest Passage - 1835 - 760 pages
...which, by also taking a westerly direction, formed the termination of the western sea into a gulph. The rest of this season was employed in tracing the...which was done so as to leave no doubt that it joined, as the natives had previously informed us, to Ackullee, and the land forming Repulse Bay. It was also...
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Narrative of a Second Voyage in Search of a North-west Passage ..., Volume 1

Sir John Ross, Sir James Clark Ross - Arctic regions - 1835
...which, by also taking a westerly direction, formed the termination of the western sea into a gulf. The rest of this season was employed in tracing the...coast south of the isthmus, leading to the eastward, whfch was done so as to leave no doubt that it joined, as the natives had previously informed us, to...
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Narrative of the Recent Voyage of Captain Ross to the Arctic Regions, in the ...

Edwin Williams - Arctic regions - 1835 - 192 pages
...which, by also taking a westerly direction, formed the termination of the western sea into a gulf. The rest of this season was employed in tracing the sea coast of the isthmus leading to the eastward, which was done so as to leave no doubt that it joined, as the...
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The Last Voyage of Capt. Sir John Ross, R.N. to the Arctic Regions: For the ...

Robert Huish - Arctic regions - 1836 - 760 pages
...which, by also taking a westerly direction, formed the termination of the western sea into a gulph. The rest of this season was employed in tracing the...which was done so as to leave no doubt that it joined, as the natives had previously informed us, to Ackullee, and the land forming Repulse Bay. It was also...
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The Winter Evening Book

William Chambers - Literature - 1837 - 325 pages
...termination of the western sea into a gulf. The rest of this season was employed in tracing the seacoast south of the isthmus leading to the eastward, which was done so as to leave no doubt that it joined, as the natives had previously informed us, to Ockullec, and the 190 land forming Repulse Bay. It was...
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The Western Miscellany, Volume 1

1778
...termination of the western sea into a gulf. The rest of this season was employed in tracing the seacoast south of the isthmus leading to the eastward, which was done so as to leave no doubt that it joined, as the natives had previously informed us, to Ockullee, and the land forming Repuke Bay. It was also...
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Philosophical Magazine: A Journal of Theoretical, Experimental and Applied ...

Science - 1833
...termination of the western sea into a gulf. The rest of this season was employed in tracing the sea-coast south of the isthmus leading to the eastward, which was done so as to leave no doubt that it joined, as the natives had previously informed us, to Ockullee, and the land forming Repulse Bay. It was also...
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