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" ... expedition, yet it restored to England the honour of the discovery of the southernmost known land which had been nobly won, and for more than twenty years possessed, by Russia. Continuing our course towards this land for many hours, we seemed scarcely... "
A Gazetteer of the World: AA-Brazey - Pàgina 278
1856
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The Nautical Magazine: A Technical and Critical Journal for the ..., Volum 10

1841
...to defeat one of the more important objects of the expedition, yet, it restored to England the honor of the discovery of the southernmost known land, which...approach it, it rose in lofty mountain peaks of from 9 to 12,000 feet in height, perfectly covered with eternal snow; the glaciers that descended from the...
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The Nautical Magazine: A Journal of Papers on Subjects Connected ..., Volum 10

1841
...to defeat one of the more important objects of the expedition, yet, it restored to England the honor of the discovery of the southernmost known land, which...we seemed scarcely to approach it, it rose in lofty mountainous peaks of from 9 to 12,000 feet in height, perfectly covered with eternal snow; the glaciers...
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The Annals of Electricity Magnetism and Chemistry and Guardian of ..., Volum 7

1841
...objects of the expedition, yet, it restored to England the honor of the discovery of the southermost known land, which had been nobly won, and for more...approach it, it rose in lofty mountain peaks of from 9 to 12000 feet in height, perfectly covered with eternal snow; the glaciers that descended from the...
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The Monthly Chronicle, Volum 2

Nathan Hale - 1841
...to defeat one of the more important objects of the expedition, yet it restored to England the honor of the discovery of the southernmost known land, which...and for more than twenty years possessed, by Russia. our purpose, and steer towards a more promising looking point to the south, off which we observed several...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Volum 32

1842
...regret, as being likely to defeat one of the more important objects of the expedition, yet it restored to England the honour of the discovery of the southernmost...approach it. It rose in lofty mountain . peaks of from 9000 to 12,000 feet in height, perfectly covered with eternal snow ; the glaciers that descended from...
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Tasmanian Journal of Natural Science, Agriculture, Statistics, Etc, Volum 1

1842
...regret, as being likely to defeat one of the more important objects of the expedition, yet it restored to England the honour of the discovery of the southernmost...approach it. It rose in lofty mountain peaks of from 9000 to 12,000 feet in height, perfectly covered with eternal snow ; the glaciers that descended from...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Volum 32

1842
...the more important objects of the expedition, yet it restored to England the honour of the discovei'y of the southernmost known land which had been nobly...approach it. It rose in lofty mountain peaks of from 9000 to 12,000 feet in height, perfectly covered with eternal snow ; the glaciers that descended from...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Volum 32

1842
...regret, as being likely to defeat one of the more important objects of the expedition, yet it restored to England the honour of the discovery of the southernmost...Continuing our course towards this land for many hours, w seemed scarcely to approach it. It rose in lofty mountai peaks of from 9000 to 12,000 feet in height,...
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Parallel History: Being an Outline of the History and Biography of ..., Volum 3

Philip Alexander Prince - 1843
...regret, as being likely to defeat one of the more important objects of the expedition, yet it restored to England the honour of the discovery of the southernmost...approach it ; it rose in lofty mountain peaks of from 2000 to 12,000 feet in height, perfectly covered with eternal snow ; the glaciers that descended from...
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A Voyage of Discovery and Research in the Southern and Antarctic ..., Volum 1

Sir James Clark Ross - 1847 - 447 pàgines
...we could not but feel disappointed in our expectation 1841. mountains being in our way restored to England the honour of the discovery of the southernmost known land, which had been nobly won by the intrepid Bellinghauseu, and for more than twenty years retained by Russia. Favoured by very...
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