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" I HAD now made the circuit of the Southern Ocean in a high latitude, and traversed it in such a manner as to leave not the least room for the possibility of there being a continent, unless near the pole, and out of the reach of navigation. "
The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ... - Page 83
1794
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The Marvellous Wonders of the Polar World...

Herman Dieck - Arctic regions - 1885 - 727 pages
...land was discovered ; nor did any proofs occur of the existence of Cape Circumcision. Captain Cook had now made the circuit of the southern ocean in a high latitude, and traversed it in such a manner as to leave not the least room for the possibility of there being a continent,...
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The Romance of the South Pole: Antarctic Voyages and Explorations

George Barnett Smith - Antarctica - 1900 - 235 pages
...navigators, as well as M. Bouvet, had been deceived by the appearance of the ice islands. " Captain Cook had now made the circuit of the Southern Ocean in a high latitude, and traversed it in such a manner as to leave not the least room for the possibility of there being a continent,...
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The Lives of the Most Eminent Persons Who Have Flourished in Great Britain ...

Andrew Kippis
...now made the circuit of the fouthern ocean in a high latitude, and traverfed it in fuch a^-", P'1°7~ manner as to leave not the leaft room for the poffibility...pole, and out of the reach of navigation. By twice vifrting the tropical fea, be had not only fettled the fituation of fome old difcoveries, but made...
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The Life of Captain James Cook

J. C. Beaglehole - Biography & Autobiography - 1992 - 760 pages
...modifications of that plan he had made in the intervening time. There is accomplishment to record. I had now made the circuit of the Southern Ocean in a high Latitude and traversed it in such a manner as to leave not the least room for the Possibility of there being a continent,...
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The Voyages of Captain Cook

James Cook - Australia - 1999 - 470 pages
...proceed any farther to the east under this parallel, knowing that no land could be there. They had now made the circuit of the Southern ocean in a high latitude, and traversed it in such a manner as to leave not the least room for the possibility of there being a continent,...
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The Antarctic Dictionary: A Complete Guide to Antarctic English

Bernadette Hince - Nature - 2000 - 394 pages
...773. I 774. and I 775 Libraries Board of South Australia facs. Adelaide II970I. vol II: 239. I had now made the circuit of the Southern Ocean in a high latitude. and traversed it in such a manner as to leave not the least room for the possibility of there being a continent....
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Captain Cook: A Legacy Under Fire

Vanessa Collingridge - History - 2002 - 376 pages
...it at that. As he stood north for Cape Town, he knew his voyage of discovery was now complete. I had now made the circuit of the Southern Ocean in a high Latitude and traversed it in such a manner as to leave not the least room for the Possibility of their being a continent,...
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Reisen als Lebensform: Isabelle Eberhardt, Reinhold Messner und Bruce Chatwin

Sabine Boomers - Tourism - 2004 - 360 pages
...vorzufinden ist, sondern einzig die Eismasse der Antarktis. In seinen Aufzeichnungen schreibt Cook: ģI had now made the circuit of the Southern Ocean in a high Latitude and traversed it in such a manner as to leave not the least room for the Possibility of there being a continent,...
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Endless Summer

Michael Frankel - Travel - 2007 - 260 pages
...for the surrounding ice fields. From Derek Wilson's, The Circumnavigators, Cook concluded: "I have now made the circuit of the Southern Ocean in a high Latitude and traversed it in such a manner as to leave not the least room for the 109 possibility of there being...
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Below the Convergence: Voyages Toward Antarctica, 1699-1839

Alan Gurney - History - 2007 - 315 pages
...The voyage had effectively ended. And Cook set down his thoughts on what had been accomplished. I had now made the circuit of the Southern Ocean in a high Latitude and traversed it in such a manner as to leave not the least room for the Possibility of there being a continent,...
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