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" W. Lon.); others make Cape Apollonia the western boundary. Of all parts of Guinea, and indeed of the African coast, this is the one where European settlements and trade have been carried to the greatest extent Its name sufficiently indicates the cause.... "
A Universal Pronouncing Gazetteer: Containing Topographical, Statistical ... - Page 232
by Thomas Baldwin - 1847 - 630 pages
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The Edinburgh Gazetteer, Or Geographical Dictionary ..., Volume 3

Geography - 1822
...which separate* it from the Slave coast. Of all parts of Guinea, and indeed of the African coast, it is the one where European settlements and trade have...extent. Its name sufficiently indicates the cause, in the production of a commodity which has always been estimnted above its real value. The Portuguese,...
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Encyclopaedia Americana: A popular dictionary of arts, sciences ..., Volume 6

Francis Lieber, Edward Wigglesworth, Thomas Gamaliel Bradford - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1831
...which separates it from the Slave coast Of all parts of Guinea, and, indeed, of the African coast, it is the one where European settlements and trade have been carried to the greatest extent It has been frequented at different times by the Portuguese, the Danes, Swedes, Dutch and British....
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encuclopaedia americana

Francis Lieber - 1831
...which separates it from tho Slave coast. Of all parts of Guinea, and, indeed, of the African coast, it Is the one where European settlements and trade have been carried to the greatest extent. It has been frequented at different times by the Portuguese, the Danes, Swedes, Dutch and British....
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Encyclopędia Americana: A Popular Dictionary of Arts, Sciences ..., Volume 6

Francis Lieber - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1831
...which separates it from the Slave coast. Of all parts of Guinea, and, indeed, of the African coast, it is the one where European settlements and trade have been carried to the greatest extent. It has been frequented at different times by the Portuguese, the Danes, Swedes, Dutch and British....
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A pronouncing gazetteer ...

Thomas Baldwin (of Philadelphia.) - Science - 1851 - 703 pages
...Coast as limited on the VV. by Cape Three Points (about 2° 10' W. Lon.); others make Cape Apollonia the western boundary. Of all parts of Guinea, and...GOM-BROON', called, also, BUN'-DER AB-BAS'-SI, at of Persia, situated at the entrance of the Persian Gulf, opposite to the far-famed island of Ormuz. Formerly...
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A Pronouncing Gazetteer ...

Thomas Baldwin (of Philadelphia.) - Geography - 1851 - 703 pages
...Coast as limited on the W. by Cape Three Points (about 2° 10' W. Lon.); others make Cape Apollonia the western boundary. Of all parts of Guinea, and...(B.) GOM-BROON', called, also, BUN'-DER AB-BAS'-SI, a L of Persia, situated at the entrance of the Persian Gulf, opposite to the far-famed island of Ormuz....
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The new universal gazetteer and geographical dictionary

John Thomson - Science - 1851 - 1038 pages
...which separat es it fruin the Slave coast. Of all paru of Guinea, and indeed of the African coast, it is the one where European settlements and trade have been carried to the greatest extent. This coast has been frequented at different times by the Portuguese, the Danes, Swedes, Dutch, and...
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Encyclopędia Americana: A Popular Dictionary of Arts, Sciences ..., Volume 6

Thomas Gamaliel Bradford - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1851
...which se|Hirates it from the Slave coast. Of all parts of Guinea, and, indeed, of the African coast, it is the one where European settlements and trade have been carried to the greatest extent. It has been frequented at different times by the Portuguese, the Danes, Swedes, Dutch and British....
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A Universal Pronouncing Gazetteer

Thomas Baldwin - 1852
...Coast as limited on the W. by Cape Three Points (about 2° 10' W. Lon.) ; others make Cape Apollonia the western boundary. Of all parts of Guinea, and...Pop. 3,600. (B.) GOM-BROON', called, also, BUN'-DER AB-BAS^-SJ, a t. of Persia, situated at the entrance of the Persian Gulf, opposite to the far-famed...
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