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" W. to S. 50 E. Clouds hang about it. " At this altitude the atmosphere exhibited that remarkable dark appearance which has been often observed in elevated situations. The sun shone like an orb of fire, without the least haze. At night, the part of the... "
The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany - Pagina 305
1826
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The Edinburgh Journal of Science, Volume 5

1826
...succession of gentle slopes. Beyond them again, appeared a lofty snowy range. It seemed to run N. 50 W. to S. 50 E. Clouds hang about it. At this altitude...rise, could scarcely be distinguished before the limb touched it ; and the stars and planets shone with a brilliancy never seen, unless at great heights....
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Transactions of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain ..., Volume 1,Deel 2

1826
...succession of gentle slopes. Beyond them again, appeared a lofty snowy range. It seemed to run N. 50 W. to S. 50 E. Clouds hang about it. At this altitude...rise, could scarcely be distinguished before the limb touched it; and the stars and planets shone with a brilliancy never seen, unless at great heights....
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A System of Geography, Popular and Scientific: Or A Physical, Political, and ...

James Bell - 1831
...visible, and rains are frequent and heavy. At Zinchin, the atmosphere exhibited that dark appearance, often observed in elevated situations. The sun shone...rise, could scarcely be distinguished before the limb touched it, and the stars and planets shone with a brilliancy never seen but at great heights. With...
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A System of Geography, Popular and Scientific: Or A Physical ..., Volume 5

James Bell - 1832
...visible, and rains are frequent and heavy. At Zinchin, the atmosphere exhibited that dark appearance, often observed in elevated situations. The sun shone...rise, could scarcely be distinguished before the limb touched it, and the stars and planets shone with a brilliancy nerer seen but at great heights. With...
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Historical and descriptive account of British India, by H. Murray [and others].

1832
...sea, the atmosphere exhibited that very dark-black colour which is observed from great elevations. The sun shone like an orb of fire without the least...rise could scarcely be distinguished before the limb touched it; and the stars and planets shone with a brilliancy never seen unless at great heights. With...
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Historical and Descriptive Account of British India, from the Most ..., Volume 3

Hugh Murray - 1832
...which is observed from great elevations. The sun shone like an orb of fire without the least hnzc. At night, the part of the horizon where the moon was...rise could scarcely be distinguished before the limb touched it; and the stars and planets shone with a brilliancy never seen unless at great heights. With...
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Visitor: Or Monthly Instructor

1840
...small birds, like linnets, were flying about, and beautiful locusts jumping among the bushes. At times, the sun shone like an orb of fire, without the least haze; the stars and planets with a brilliancy, only to be seen from such an elevation ; and the part of the...
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Elements of Meteorology: With Questions for Examination, Designed for ...

John Brocklesby - 1848 - 240 pagina’s
...the heavens appeared of a dark black color, the sun shining without the least haze. At night, that part of the horizon, where the moon was expected to rise, could scarcely be distinguished by the irradiation of her beams before the orb touched it, and the stars and planets shone with a dazzling...
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Elements of Meteorology: With Questions for Examinations : Designed for ...

John Brocklesby - 1849 - 240 pagina’s
...the heavens appeared of a dark black color, the sun shining without the least haze. At night, that part of the horizon, where the moon was expected to rise, could scarcely be distinguished by the irradiation of her beams before the orb touched it, and the stars and planets shone with a dazzling...
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Elements of Meteorology: With Questions for Examinations : Designed for ...

John Brocklesby - 1849 - 240 pagina’s
...the heavens appeared of a dark black color, the sun shining without the least haze. At night, that part of the horizon, where the moon was expected to rise, could scarcely be distinguished by the irradiation of her beams before the orb touched it, and the stars and planets shone with a dazzling...
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