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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    282. Gwna y rhai hye, gyda'r gorsafoedd newyddion, 1000 o blant. yn New Guinea o dan addisg-a gadael allan South Cape a Id China Straits. Tua dechreu y flwvyddyn ie, ddiweddaf, derbyniasom y rhan gyntaf o'r 71 Yegrythyran sydd wedi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    slaves besides themselves were in the island; and this, coupled with the report that the missing party landed near South Cape for water, has led to the conjecture that two at least of their number may yet survive. THE Loss Subscribers-only content

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    as a low sixth-mignitude star. Meantime, the nebula awound it waxed in splendour. When Herschel had been at the South Cape the nebula could barely le seen with the naked eye on the darkest and clearest r ights; but lately Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    arrived at Keelung with reinforce- merits for tire Frenchilr arlrr. The blocikade of the coast of Forinosa between the South Cape and Eyka, Which had been suspend1 e ld, is now renewed. This is onsideled to be Unfair to, neutrals, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mailes within the Western Ice, in the latitude of' 75k.Z From thence he proceeded to Point Look Out (tIhe South Cape of Spiczbergene) but found it enveloped in ice, and did not getfarther to the Eastward. Pursuing afterwards a westerly- Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Notes on the depletion of the fur-seal in the Southern Seas, 1893

    of the west coast of the Island of Victoria (Middle or South Island ), from Cape Farewell to the South Cape , including the rocks called the Traps, the Snare Islands , Antipodes Islands , Bounty Rocks. Auckland Isles and Subscribers-only content

    Notes on the depletion of the fur-seal in the Southern Seas, 1893

    name in Dagg's Sound, on the west coast of Otago. The sealer Sydney Gove landed a party at the South Cape ( Stewart Island ) in 1806 . These men were murdered by the natives, save oue who married a Subscribers-only content

    A Sketch of Formosa., 1884

    The coast of Formosa is fairly well lit, there being lights maintained by the Im¬ perial Chinese Customs, at South Cape , Takow, Anping, and Keelung. There is also a light at the Pescadores. TRADE. When the ports of Formosa Subscribers-only content

    Kauwaeranga judgment: [before Chief Justice Fenton ] ., 1872

    territory was described in the Commission as '' extending from Cape York , latitude 11 '37 south, to the South Cape , latitude 43-30 south; and inland to the westward as far as 135' east longi¬ tude; comprehending "a ll Subscribers-only content

    Narrative of expeditions to New Guinea, 1878

    CHESTER , " Judicial Commissioner. " To the Honourable the Colonial Secretary, Brisbane ." No. 3. Stacey Island , South Cape , August 27, 1878 . Sir,-In continuation of my previous report, 1 have the honour to inform you that Subscribers-only content

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