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" We gained nothing; for on the 18th at noon our latitude was 70 44'; and we were near five leagues farther to the eastward. We were, at this time, close to the edge of the ice, which was as compact as a wall, and seemed to be ten or twelve feet high... "
A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels - Page 425
edited by - 1824
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The New London Magazine: Being an Universal and Complete Monthly Repository ...

English literature
...was 70^. 44m- ; and they were near five leagues farther to .the EaiUvaid. They were, atthistimc, dole to the edge of the ice, which was as compact as a wall, and fceincd to be ten or twelve feet high at lead. But, farther Ncrth, it appeared much higher. It's furfacc...
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A New, Authentic Collection of Captain Cook's Voyages Round the World ...

Voyages around the world - 1790 - 628 pages
...abundance of fea-hories, fome on the water, but more upon the ice. i The next day at noont we were clofe to the edge of the ice, which was as compact as a wall, and feemed to be i0 or i 2 feet high atleafti But farther North, it appeared much higher. Its furface was...
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Historical Account of the Most Celebrated Voyages, Travels, and Discoveries ...

Discoveries in geography - 1796
...the 1 8th, at noon, we were near five leagues farther to the earhvard. We were, at this time, iclel"e to the edge of the ice, which was as compact as a wall ; and ieerned to be ten cr -twelve feet high at leaft. But farther aortb it appeared much higher. We now...
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A General History of Voyages and Travels to the End of the 18th ..., Volume 16

Robert Kerr - 1815
...latitude was 70 44', and we were near five leagues farther to the eastward. We were, at this time, close to the edge of the ice, which was as compact as a wall, and seemed to be ten or twelve feet high at least. But, farther north, it appeared much higher. Its surface...
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A general history and collection of voyages and travels, arranged in ...

General history - 1814
...latitude was 70 44', and we were near five leagues farther to the eastward. We were, at this time, close to the edge of the ice, which was as compact as a wall, and seemed to be ten or twelve feet high at least. But, farther north, it appeared much higher. Its surface...
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The World Displayed, Or, A Collection of Voyages and Travels, Volume 10

Voyages and travels - 1815
...abundance of sea-horses, some in the water, but far more on the ice. On the 18th, the two ships were close to the edge of the ice, which was as compact as a wall, and seemed at least ten or twelve feet high; farther north it appeared much higher. Its surface was extremely...
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The Gallery of Nature and Art; Or, a Tour Through Creation and Science, Volume 4

Edward Polehampton - 1815
...entirely prevented the farther progress of the ships in that direction. On the 18lh the two ships were close to the edge of the ice, which was as compact as a wall, and seemed at least ten or twelve feet high ; farther north it appeared much higher, its surface was extremely...
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A sketch of the British fur trade in North America: with observations ...

Thomas Douglas Selkirk (Earl of) - Fur trade - 1816 - 130 pages
...continued up the Strait till he was in lat. 70 33', in an open sea, but soon after, in 70 41', found himself ' close to the edge of the ice which...compact as a wall,' and, ten or twelve feet high. In returning to the southward he saw, on the American side, a low point in lat. 70 29', to which...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 16

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, Sir William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero Baron Ernle, George Walter Prothero - 1817
...continued up the Strait till he was in lat. 70 S3', in an open sea, but soon after, in 70 41', found himself ' close to the edge of the ice which...as compact as a wall,' and ten or twelve feet high. In returning t6 the southward he saw, on the American side, a low point in lat. 70 2J)', to which...
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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
...entirely prevented the farther progress of the ships in that direction. On the 18th the two ships were close to the edge of the ice, which was as compact as a wall, and seemed at least ten or twelve feet high ; farther north it appeared much higher, its surface was extremely...
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