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" Dootko-hi-calik) as its description, and that of the low shore in the neighbourhood of Point Ogle and Montreal Island agree exactly with that of Sir George Back. Some of the bodies... "
The discovery of the North-west Passage - Page 361
by Sir Robert John Le Mesurier McClure - 1857 - 405 pages
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The Nautical Magazine: A Journal of Papers on Subjects Connected ..., Volume 23

Shipping - 1854
...officer was described as being a tall, stout, middle-aged man. When their day's journey terminated thoy pitched tents to rest in. At a later date the same...Oot-koo-hi-ca-lik,) as its description and that of the low short* in the neighbourhood of Point Ogle and Montreal Island agree exactly with thai of Sir George...
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The Nautical Magazine: A Journal of Papers on Subjects Connected ..., Volume 25

Shipping - 1856
...discoverd on the continent, and five on an island near it, about a long day's journey to the North- West of a large stream, which can be no other than Back's Great Fish River, (named by the Esquimaux Doot-ko-bi-calik,) as its description, and that of the low shore in the neighbourhood of Point Ogle...
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The Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London, Volume 25

Norton Shaw - Geography - 1855
...continent, and five dead bodies on an. island near it, about a long day's journey to the north-west of the mouth of a large stream, which can be no other than Back's Great Fish Kiver (named by the Esquimaux Oot-koohi-ca-lik), as its description and that of the low shore in the...
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The Methodist new connexion magazine and evangelical repository

Religion
...were discovered on the continent, five on an island near it, aliout a long day's journey to the NW of a large stream, which can be no other than Back's Great Fish River (named liy the Esquimaux Oot-ko-bi-ca-llk), as its description and that of the low shore in the neighbourhood...
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The Schoolmate, Volume 4

A. R. Phippen - Education - 1854
...on an island near it, about a long day's journey (say thirtyfive or forty miles) to the north-west of a large stream, which can be no other than Back's Great Fish River (named by the Esquimaux Out-koo-hica-lik), as its description, and that of the low shore in the neighborhood of Point Ogle...
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The Guardian, Volume 5

Conduct of life - 1854
...five on an island near it, about a long day'sjourney (say thirty-five or forty miles) to the northwest of a large stream, which can be no other than Back's Great Fish river, (named by the Esquimaux Out-koo-hi-ca-lik,) as its description, and that of the low shore in the neighborhood of Point Ogle...
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Hudson's Bay: or, A missionary tour in the territory of the Hon. Hudson's ...

John Ryerson - Missionaries - 1855 - 190 pages
...were discovered on the continent, and five on an island near it, about a long day's journey to the NW of a large stream, which can be no other than Back's Great Fish River (named by the Esquimaux Ootko-hi-ca-lik), as its description and that of the low shore in the neighbourhood of Point Ogle and...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 96

Edmund Burke - History - 1855
...were discovered on the continent, and five on an island near it, about a long day's journey to the NW of a large stream, which can be no other than Back's Great Fish River (named by the Esquimaux Oot-ko-hi-ca-lik), as its description and that of the low shore in the neighbourhood of Point Ogle...
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Winter evenings at home: a poem

Thomas Bell (of Barnwell, Northamptonshire.) - 1856 - 104 pages
...discovered on the continent, and five on an island near it, about a long day's journey to the north-west of a large stream, which can be no other than Back's Great Fish River (named by the Esquimaux Oot-ko-hi-ca-lik), as its description and that of the low shore in the neighbourhood of Point Ogle...
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Transactions of the Bombay Geographical Society, Volume 12

Bombay Geographical Society - Geography - 1856
...were discovered on the continent, and five on an island near it, about a long day's journey to the NW of a large stream, which can be no other than Back's Great Fish Itiver (named by the Esquimaux Ont ko-,lii-ca-lik 1. as its description and that of the low shore in...
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