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" ... two of them near each pole of the equator : and that in those parts of the world, which lie near any of those magnetical poles, the needle is chiefly governed thereby, the nearest pole being always predominant over the more remote. "
Observations on the origin and nature of comets, their influence and use ... - Page 30
by H. Shaw - 1832
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Miscellanea curiosa: Containing a collection of some of the principal ...

James Hodgson, Richard Mead, Fontenelle (Bernard Le Bovier, M. de), Royal Society (Great Britain) - Mathematics - 1708
...four Magnetical Poles or Points of Attraction, near each Pole of the Equator twoj and that i% thofe parts of the World which lie near adjacent to any one of thofe Magnetical Poles, the Needle is chiefly governed thereby j the nearefl Pole being always predominant...
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A View of Nature: In Letters to a Traveller Among the Alps, Volume 2

Sir Richard Joseph Sulivan, Sir Richard Joseph Sullivan (bart.) - Natural theology - 1794
...of attraction; near each pole of the equator, two ; and that in those parts of the world which lie adjacent to any one of those magnetic poles, the needle is chiefly governed by those poles, the nearest pole being always predominant over the more remote one. Of the north poles,...
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London; Being an Accurate History and Description of the British ..., Volume 6

David Hughson - London (England) - 1809
...globe of the earth is one great magnet, having four magnctical poles or points of attraclion, one near each pole, and two at the equator; and that, in those parts of the world which lie near any of these magnefical poles, the needle is governed by them, the nearest pole having always more...
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London; Being an Accurate History and Description of the British ..., Volume 6

David Hughson - London (England) - 1809
...the earth is one great magnet, hiVing 1 four magnetical poles or points of attraction, one near eaten pole; and two at the equator: and that, in those •'parts of the world which lie near any of these magnetical poles, the needle is governed by them', the nearest pole having always more...
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London, by David Hughson

Edward Pugh - History - 1809
...earth is one great magnet, having four magnetical poles or points of attraction, one near gft'eh pcMu, and two at the equator; and that, in those parts of the world which lie near any of these magnetical poles, trieneedle is governed by them, the nearest pole having always more...
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The Gallery of Nature and Art; Or, a Tour Through Creation and Science

Edward Polehampton - 1815
...one great magnet, having four magnetical poles or points of attraction, two of them near each pole of the equator : and that in those parts of the world, which lie near any of those magnetical poles, the needle is chiefly governed thereby, the nearest pole being always...
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The gallery of nature and art; or a tour through creation and science ...

Edward Polehampton, John M. Good - Natural history - 1821
...great magnet, having four magnet ical poles or points of attraction, two of them near each pole of the equator : and that in those parts of the world, which lie near any of those magnetical poles, the needle is chiefly governed thereby, the nearest pole being always...
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Memoir, descriptive and explanatory, to accompany the general chart of the ...

John Purdy - 1845
...earth's magnetism was caused "by /bur poles or points of attraction, two of them near each pole of the equator ; and that, in those parts of the world which lie nearly adjacent to any one of those magnetic poles, Ihe needle is governed thereby, the nearest pole...
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A History of the Royal Society: With Memoirs of the Presidents

Charles Richard Weld - Science - 1848
...great magnet, having four magnetical poles or points of attraction, near each pole of the equator two; and that in those parts of the world which lie near adjacent to any one of those magnetical poles, the needle is chiefly governed thereby, the nearest pole being always predominant...
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Memoir, descriptive and explanatory, to accompany the general chart of the ...

John Purdy - 1853
...the earth's magnetism was caused by four piles or points of attraction, two of them near each pole of the equator; and that, in those parts of the world which lie nearly adjacent to any one of those magnetic poles, the needle is governed thereby, the nearest pole...
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