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" ... that we had hardly strength sufficient to make the effort, and it required no inconsiderable one, to clear the deep chasms, which we could scarcely view without shuddering. I never saw such a horrid-looking place ; it seemed the wreck of some towering... "
Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal - 373 페이지
1842
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The Edinburgh Journal of Science, 1권

1824
...the deep chasms, which we could scarcely view without shuddering. I never saw such a horridlooking place. It seemed the wreck of some towering peak,...got up the theodolite and a couple of barometers. At four p. M. the mercury stood at 16.170 inches, and the thermometer was 29°, which, compared with corresponding...
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The Edinburgh Journal of Science, 1권

Sir David Brewster - 1824
...the deep chasms, which we could scarcely view without shuddering. I never saw such a horridlooking place. It seemed the wreck of some towering peak,...got up the theodolite and a couple of barometers. At four PM the mercury stood at 16.170 inches, and the thermometer was i?9°, which, compared with corresponding...
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The Edinburgh Journal of Science, 1권

Sir David Brewster - 1826
...by severe frost. After much delay we got up the theodolite and a couple of barometers. At four p. M. the mercury stood at 16.170 inches, and the thermometer...which, compared with corresponding observations, made by Captain Ross at Soobathoo, gives the height 16,921 feet. We observed all the surrounding peaks,...
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Account of Koonawur, in the Himalaya: Etc. Etc. Etc

Alexander Gerard - 1841 - 308 페이지
...the deep chasms, which we could scarcely view without shuddering. I never saw such a horrid-looking place ; it seemed the wreck of some towering peak,...all the surrounding peaks, and then proceeded to the village of Nako at a quick pace ; the road for the first mile was a steep rocky descent, afterwards...
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Account of Koonawur, in the Himalaya: Etc. Etc. Etc

Alexander Gerard - 1841 - 308 페이지
...the deep chasms, which we could scarcely view without shuddering. I never saw such a horrid-looking place ; it seemed the wreck of some towering peak,...thermometer was 29", which, compared with corresponding observation? made at Soobathoo, gives the height 16,921 feet. We observed all the surrounding peaks,...
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The Abode of Snow: Observations on a Journey from Chinese Tibet to the ...

Andrew Wilson - 1875 - 475 페이지
...from intense cold, though there was very little wind. They never before " saw such a horrid-looking place ; it seemed the wreck of some towering peak, burst asunder by severe frost." The ascent completely debilitated them, and caused severe headache and pain in the ears, the thermometer-...
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The Abode of Snow: Observations on a Journey from Chinese Tibet to the ...

Andrew Wilson - 1875 - 475 페이지
...from intense cold, though there was very little wind. They never before " saw such a horrid-looking place ; it seemed the wreck of some towering peak, burst asunder by severe frost." The ascent completely debilitated them, and caused severe headache and pain in the ears, the thermometer...
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Account of Koonawur, in the Himalaya, Etc. Etc. Etc

Alexander Gerard - 1993 - 308 페이지
...the deep chasms, which we could scarcely view without shuddering. I never saw such a horrid-looking place ; it seemed the wreck of some towering peak,...all the surrounding peaks, and then proceeded to the village of Nako at a quick pace ; the road for the first mile was a steep rocky descent, afterwards...
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