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Personal Narrative of Travels to the Equinoctial Regions of the New ... - Page 453
by Alexander von Humboldt, Aimé Bonpland - 1818
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Analectic Magazine: Comprising Original Reviews, Biography ..., Volume 12

Literary Criticism - 1818
...elevation, unless the great hreadth of the valley joined to an arid soil causes an extraordinary intensity of radiant caloric. What, indeed, can we imagine more...delightful, than a temperature, which in the day keeps hetween 20° and 26°; and at night hetween 16° and 18", which U equally favourahle to the plantain...
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Personal Narrative of Travels to the Equinoctial Regions of the ..., Volume 3

Alexander von Humboldt, Aimé Bonpland - Natural history - 1822
...unless the great breadth of the valley joined to an arid soil causes an extraordinary intensity -f- of radiant caloric. What indeed can we imagine more...the coffee-tree, the apple, the apricot, and corn i A * Rhododendron ferrugineum of the Alps. t As at Carthago and Ibagua in New Grenada. See my Proteg....
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Colombia; siendo una relacion geografica, topografica ..., Volume 1

Alexander Walker - Colombia - 1822
...unless the great breadth of the valley, joined to an arid soil, causes an extraordinary intensity* of radiant caloric. What indeed can we imagine more...temperature, which in the day keeps between 20°- and 26°t and at night between 16° and 18°,t which is equally favourable to the plan* As at Carthago...
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Colombia: Being a Geographical, Statistical, Agricultural ..., Volume 1

Alexander Walker - 1822
...unless the great breadth of the valley, joined to an arid soil, causes an extraordinary intensity* of radiant caloric. What indeed can we imagine more...temperature, which in the day keeps between 20° and 26°t and at night between 16° and 18°,t which is equally favourable to the plan* As at Carthago...
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A Geographical View of the World: Embracing the Manners, Customs, and ...

Sir Richard Phillips, James Gates Percival - Geography - 1826 - 452 pages
...elevation, unless the great breadth of the valley joined to an arid soil causes an extraordinary intensity of radiant caloric. What, indeed, can we imagine more...18°, which is equally favourable to the plantain (camburi,) the orangetree, the coffee-tree, the apple, the apricot, and corn ? A national writer compares...
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The Modern Voyager & Traveller Through Europe, Asia, Africa, & America: America

William Adams (M.A.) - Voyages and travels - 1832
...indeed can be esteemed more delightful than a temperature, which in the day keeps between 80° and 60°, and at night between 16° and 18°, which is equally...situation of Caraccas to ' the terrestrial paradise, and recognises in the Anauco, and the neighbouring torrents, the four rivers of the garden of Eden. It...
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The modern voyager & traveller through Europe, Asia, Africa, & America

William Adams - America - 1836
...indeed can be esteemed more delightful than a temperature, which in the day keeps between 80° and 60", and at night between 16° and 18", which is equally...situation of Caraccas to the terrestrial paradise, and recognises in the Anauco, and the neighbouring torrents, the four rivers of the garden of Eden. It...
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A Geographical View of the World: Embracing the Manners, Customs and ...

Sir Richard Phillips, James Gates Percival - Geography - 1838 - 452 pages
...elevation, unless the great breadth of the valley joined to an arid soil causes an extraordinary intensity of radiant caloric. What, indeed, can we imagine more...between 20° and 26° ; and at night between 16° and 1S°, which is equally favourable to the plantain (camburi,) the orangfitree, the coffee-tree, the...
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Personal Narrative of Travels to the Equinoctial Regions of America: During ...

Alexander von Humboldt, Aimé de Bonpland - Natural history - 1852 - 505 pages
...Carthago and Ibague in New Grenada. 406 CHAN&ES OP TEMPEBA.TUBE. caloric. 'What can we conceive to be more delightful than a temperature which in the day...between 20° and 26°;* and at night between 16° and 18°,t which is equally favourable to the plantain, the orange-tree, the coffee-tree, the apple, the...
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Travels and adventures in South and Central America: First series: Life in ...

Ramón Páez - Llanos - 1868 - 473 pages
...Republic. The climate of Caracas has often been called a perpetual spring. " What can we conceive to be more delightful than a temperature which in the day...and at night between 16° and 18°, which is equally favorable to the plantain, the orange tree, the coffee tree, the apple, the apricot, and corn ? Jose...
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