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" ... sixty to eighty miles from the western shores of England, contains only 35'7 parts of solid substances ; and the same quantity of salt is found all over the north-eastern part of the Atlantic as far to the north as Iceland, always at such a distance... "
The chemistry of creation - Page 410
by Robert Ellis (F.L.S.) - 1850
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Report of the Annual Meeting

British Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1847
...to the north as Iceland, always at such a distance from the land that the influence of fresh water from the land is avoided. From numerous observations...Faroe islands, it is evident that the water of the Gulf-stream spreads over this part of the Atlantic Ocean, and thus we see that water of tropical currents...
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Report

British Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1847
...to the north as Iceland, always at such a distance from the land that the influence of fresh water from the land is avoided. From numerous observations...Faroe islands, it is evident that the water of the Gulf-stream spreads over this part of the Atlantic Ocean, and thus we see that water of tropical currents...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

Geology - 1847
...to the north as Iceland, always at such a distance from the land that the influence of fresh water is avoided. From numerous observations made on the...Iceland and the Faroe Islands, it is evident that the waters of the Gulf si ream spread over this part of the Atlantic Ocean ; and thus we see that the water...
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The natural history of common salt [signed C.T.].

Charles Tomlinson - 1850 - 358 pages
...to the north as Iceland, always at such a distance from the land that the influence of fresh water is avoided. From numerous observations made on the...Ocean, and thus we see that water of tropical currents maintains its character even in high northern latitudes. The water of the different seas is much more...
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The Natural History of Common Salt: Its Manufacture, Appearance, Uses, and ...

Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge (Great Britain). General Literature and Education Committee - 1850
...to the north as Iceland, always at such a distance from the land that the influence of fresh water is avoided. From numerous observations made on the...Ocean, and thus we see that water of tropical currents maintains its character even in high northern latitudes. The water of the different seas is much more...
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Cyclopędia of useful arts & manufactures, ed. by C. Tomlinson. 9 divs

Cyclopaedia - 1852
...that the influenee of fresh-water is avoided. From numerous observations made on the shores of Ieeland and the Faroe Islands, it is evident that the water of the Gulf stream spreads over this part of the Atlantie Oeean, and thus we see that water of tropieal eurrents maintains its eharaeter even in high...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Volume 16

British Association for the Advancement of Science. Meeting - Science - 1847
...to the north as Iceland, always at such a distance from the land that the influence of fresh water from the land is avoided. From numerous observations...Faroe islands, it is evident that the water of the Gulf-stream spreads over this part of the Atlantic Ocean, and thus we see that water of tropical currents...
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The Chemical Gazette, Volume 4

Chemistry - 1846
...to the north as Iceland, always at such a distance from the land that the influence of fresh water is avoided. From numerous observations made on the...Faroe Islands, it is evident that the water of the Gulf-stream spreads over this part of the Atlantic Ocean ; and thus we see that the water of tropical...
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the chemical gazette or journal or practical chemistry in all its ...

willliam francis phd f l s - 1846
...to the north as Iceland, always at such a distance from the land that the influence of fresh water is avoided. From numerous observations made on the...Faroe Islands, it is evident that the water of the Gulf-stream spreads over this part of the Atlantic Ocean ; and thus we see that the water of tropical...
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