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" Ireland, the distance between the nearest points is about 1,600 miles ;* and the bottom of the sea between the two places is a plateau, which seems to have been placed there especially for the purpose of holding the wires of a submarine telegraph, and... "
The Mechanics' Magazine - Pagina 289
1854
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery, Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1855
...therq especially for the purpose of holding the wires of a submarine telegraph, and of keeping them out of harm's way. It is neither too deep nor too...shallow ; yet it is so deep that the wires, but once landed, will remain forever beyond the reach of vessels' anchors, icebergs, and drifts of any kind,...
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Bulletin of the American Geographical and Statistical Society, Volumes 1-2

American Geographical and Statistical Society - 1852
...there especially for the purpose of holding the wires of a submarine telegraph, and of keeping them out of harm's way. It is neither too deep nor too shallow. Yet it is so deep that the wire, once landed, will remain forever beyond the reach of vessels, anchors, icebergs, and drifts of...
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Volume 61

Perry Fairfax Nursey - 1854
...distance is 1,611 miles; from Cape Charle» ur Cape St. Lewis, Labrador, to ditto, the distance ii 1,601 miles. out of harm's way. It is neither too...beyond the reach of vessels' anchors, icebergs, and drills of any kind; and so shallow that the wires may he readily lodged upon the bottom. " The depth...
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The Museum of Science and Art, Volumes 3-4

Dionysius Lardner - 1854
...there especially for the purpose of holding the wires of a submarine telegraph, and of keeping them out of harm's way. It is neither too deep nor too...shallow ; yet it is so deep, that the wires but once landed, will remain for ever beyond the reach of vessels, anchors, icebergs, and drifts of any kind...
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Shaffner's Telegraph Companion, Volumes 1-2

1854
...there especially for the purpose of holding the wires of a submarine telegraph, and of keeping them out of harm's way. It is neither too deep nor too shallow; yet is so deep that the wires, but once landed, will remain for ever beyond the reach of vessels' anchors,...
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The Electric Telegraph Popularised

Dionysius Lardner - 1855 - 144 pagina’s
...there especially for the purpose of holding the wires of a submarine telegraph, and of keeping them out of harm's way. It is neither too deep nor too...shallow; yet it is so deep, that the wires but once landed, will remain for ever beyond the reach of vessels, anchors, icebergs, and drifts of any kind...
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Annual of scientific discovery. 1855

1855
...there especially for the purpose of holding the wires of a submarine telegraph, and of keeping them out of harm's way. It is neither too deep nor too...shallow ; yet it is so deep that the wires, but once landed, will remain forever beyond the reach of vessels' anchors, icebergs, and drifts of any kind,...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1855
...there especially for the purpose of holding the wires of a submarine telegraph, and of keeping them out of harm's way. It is neither too deep nor too...shallow ; yet it is so deep that the wires, but once landed, will remain forever beyond the reach of vessels' anchors, icebergs, and drifts of any kind,...
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Chambers's Edinburgh journal, conducted by W. Chambers. [Continued ..., Volume 4

Chambers's journal - 1856
...there especially for the purpose of holding the wires of a submarine telegraph, and of keeping them out of harm's way. It is neither too deep nor too shallow ; yet it is so deep that the wires, when once laid, will remain for ever beyond the reach of vessels' anchors, icebergs, and drifts of...
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The Story of the Telegraph, and a History of the Great Atlantic Cable: A ...

Charles Frederick Briggs, Augustus Maverick - 1858 - 255 pagina’s
...there especially for the purpose of holding the wires of a Submarine Telegraph, and of keeping them out of harm's way. It is neither too deep nor too shallow; yet it is so deep that the wires but once landed, will remain for ever beyond the reach of vessels' anchors, icebergs, and drifts of any kind,...
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