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Bøker Bok 110 av 16... bottom, though there must have been fully thirty or forty feet of water where...
" ... bottom, though there must have been fully thirty or forty feet of water where we made our observations. On one of the large islands in Sitka harbor, called Japanese Island, an old Niphon junk was cast, early in the present century, and her small crew... "
Along Alaska's Great River: A Popular Account of the Travels of an Alaska ... - Side 33
av Frederick Schwatka - 1898 - 426 sider
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Costume in England: A History of Dress from the Earliest Period Till the ...

Frederick William Fairholt - 1846 - 618 sider
...military defence have already been so fully described and delineated in the course of this volume, that it is unnecessary to do more than refer the reader to the cuts at the close of each of the periods into which the historic part of this work is divided....
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MINUTES OF PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTE OF CIVIL ENGINEERS

CHARLES MANBY - 1852
...transmitted through metallic circuits." This telegraph, which originally consisted of five needles, has been so often described,' that it is unnecessary to do more than allude to it here. The five needles were soon afterwards reduced to two, and five oiher patents were...
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The Vegetable kingdom ; or, The structure, classification, and uses of plants

John Lindley - 1853 - 984 sider
...been treated of at such length in the prefatory matter of the Illustration* of Orcliidaceovt Plants, that it is unnecessary to do more than refer the reader to that work. I must, however, take the opportunity of correcting one part of the theoretical view which...
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Costume in England: A History of Dress from the Earliest Period Until the ...

Frederick William Fairholt - 1860 - 607 sider
...military defence have already been so fully described and delineated in the course of this volume, that it is unnecessary to do more than refer the reader to the cute at the close of each of the periods into which the historic part of this work is divided....
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Along Alaska's great river, account of the travels of the Alaska exploring ...

Frederick Schwatka - 1885 - 360 sider
...of being buried in the clouds, thus seeming several times higher than it really is. I & 2 «B " ii The harbor of Sitka is so full of small islands that...wrecking machinery at a point in Peril Straits where the EureJca, a small steamer of the same line to which our ship belonged, had formerly run on a submerged...
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The Poems of George Herbert: To which are Added Selections from His Prose ...

George Herbert - 1885 - 317 sider
...his name in the Republic of Letters. Walton has given us so perfect a picture of the life at Bemerton that it is unnecessary to do more than refer the reader to it here. One has but to imagine the out-of-the-world little "country parish on Salisbury Plain, with...
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Studies from the Morphological Laboratory in the University of ..., Volum 2

Francis Maitland Balfour, Adam Sedgwick - 1886
...Korschelt2 is so complete, and contains so full an account of the previous observations on the genus, that it is unnecessary to do more than refer the reader to it before passing on to a detailed description of the present species. The ectoderm, as has already...
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Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science

1894 - 17 sider
...analysis of BohmBawerk has submitted these theories to a criticism at once so searching and so just that it is unnecessary to do more than refer the reader to what he has written. And yet, with all respect to the eminent author just named, we may be pardoned...
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South African Journal of Science: Suid-Afrikaanse Tydskrif Vir ..., Volumer 3-4

1907
...I.— INTRODUCTION. The manner of occurrence of the diamond bearing rocks of the Kimberley district has been so often described that it is unnecessary to do more than refer very briefly to this part of the subject. As is well known, the diamonds occur in a peculiar brecci.ited...
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Report of the South African Association for the Advancement of ..., Volumer 3-4

South African Association for the Advancement of Science - 1907
...¡.—INTRODUCTION. The manner of occurrence of the diamond bearing rocks of the Kimberley district has been so often described that it is unnecessary to do more than refer very briefly to this part of the subject. As is well known, the diamonds occur in a peculiar brecciated...
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