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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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De Bow's Review, Volume 16

Industries - 1854
...globe of the earth is one grand magnet, having four magnetic poles of attraction, two near each pole of the equator; and that in those parts of the world which lie adjacent to any one of these magnetical poles, the needle is chiefly governed thereby, the nearest...
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Annual Report of the American Institute of the City of New York

American Institute of the City of New York - Agriculture - 1857
...the earth is one great magnet, having four magnetic poles or points of attraction near each pole of the equator, and that in those parts of the world which lie near adjacent to any of these magnetic poles the needle is governed thereby; the nearest pole being always predominant over...
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Annual Report

Smithsonian Institution - Science - 1864
...magnet, having four magnética! 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 inaguetical poles, the needle is chiefly governed thereby, the nearest poles being always predominant...
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Curiosities of Science ...: A Book for Old and Young, Volume 1

John Timbs - Science - 1869
...one great magnet, having four magnet poles or points of attraction, near each pole of the equator tw and that in those parts of the world which lie near adjacent any one of these maguetical poles, the needle is chiefly verned thereby, the nearest pole being always...
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Manual of the Natural History, Geology, and Physics of Greenland, and the ...

Thomas Rupert Jones - Geophysics - 1875 - 869 pages
...may be regarded as " one great magnet, having four magnetic poles, two of them near " each pole of the equator, and that in those parts of the world " which lie near any of those magnetic poles the needle is chiefly " governed thereby, the nearest pole being always...
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Manual of the Natural History, Geology, and Physics of Greenland, and the ...

T. Rupert (Thomas Rupert) Jones - Geophysics - 1875 - 869 pages
...may be regarded as " one great magnet, having four magnetic poles, two of them near " each pole of the equator, and that in those parts of the world " which lie near any of those magnetic poles the needle is chiefly " governed thereby, the nearest pole being always...
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Van Nostrand's Eclectric Engineering Magazine, Volume 19

Engineering - 1878
...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 of these magnetic poles the needle is governed thereby, the nearest pole always being predominant over...
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The Journal of Science: And Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology ..., Volume 17

James Samuelson, William Crookes - Science - 1880
...magnet, having four magnetical poles or points of attraction, near each pole of the equator two; and in those parts of the world which lie near adjacent to any one of those magnetical poles, the needle is governed thereby, the nearest pole being always predominant over the...
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Journal of H.M.S. Enterprise: On the Expedition in Search of Sir John ...

Sir Richard Collinson - Arctic regions - 1889 - 531 pages
...earth may be regarded as one great magnet, having four magnetic poles, two of them near each pole of the equator ; and that in those parts of the world which lie near any of those magnetic poles, the needle is chiefly governed thereby, the nearest pole being always...
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Halley's Quest

Julie Wakefield - Science - 2005 - 256 pages
...whole Globe of the Earth is one great Magnet, having 4 Magnetical Poles or points of Attraction . . . and that in those parts of the world which lie near adjacent to any of those magnetical poles, the needle is governed thereby; the nearest pole being always predominant...
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