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The Statistical Account of Scotland: Drawn Up from the Communications of the ... - Page 458
edited by - 1796
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 58, Part 2

Early English newspapers - 1788
...acrofs tlic hay, and about the edge of the deep rofe in the form of a great wave, to the height of five feet above the ordinary level, leaving the bottom of the bay dry, to thediAance of between 90 and 100 yards from its natural boundary. When the oppofite currents met, they...
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Observations on a Tour Through the Highlands and Part of the ..., Volume 2

Thomas Garnett - Clyde, Firth of (Scotland) - 1811 - 275 pages
...across the bay ; and about the edge of the deep, rose in the form of a great wave, to the height of five feet above the ordinary level, leaving the bottom of the bay dry, to the distance of between 90 and 100 yards from its natural boundary. When the opposite currents met, they...
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Gallery of Nature and Art, Or a Tour Through Creation and Science ..., Volume 3

E. Polehamton - 1815
...across the baj, and about the edge of the deep, rose in the form of a great wave, to the height of five feet above the ordinary level, leaving the bottom of the bay dry, to the distance of between go and 100 yards from its natural boundary. When the opposite currents met, they...
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The Gallery of Nature and Art; Or, a Tour Through Creation and Science

Edward Polehampton - 1815
...across the bay, and about the edge of the deep, rose in the form of a great wave, to the height of five feet above the ordinary level, leaving the bottom of the bay dry, to the. distance of between 90 and 100 yards from its natural boundary. When the opposite currents met, they...
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Letters from the North highlands, during the summer 1816

Elizabeth Isabella Spence - 1817
...** bay ; and about the edge of the deep rose in " the form of a great wave, to the height of " five feet above the ordinary level, leaving the " bottom of the bay dry, to the distance of be" tween 90 and 10O yards from its natural " boundary. When the opposite currents met,...
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Sketch of a Tour in the Highlands of Scotland, Through Perthshire ...

Larkin - Highland (Scotland) - 1819 - 352 pages
..." bay ; and about the edge of the deep rose in " the form of a great wave, to the height of " five feet above the ordinary level, leaving the '* bottom of the bay dry, to the distance of be" tween 9O and 100 yards from its natural " boundary. When the opposite currents met,...
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The Scotsman's Library: Being a Collection of Anecdotes and Facts ...

James Mitchell - Scotland - 1825 - 740 pages
...and W. in opposite currents, towards a line across the bay ; and, about the edge of the deep, rose in the form of a great wave, to the height of 5 feet above the ordinary level, Uayng die bottom of the bay dry, to the distance ot' between 90 and 100 yards from its natural boundary....
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The Scottish Tourist and Itinerary; Or, A Guide to the Scenery and ...

Scotland - 1831 - 432 pages
...currents, towards a line across the bay, and there rose in the form of a great wave, to the height of five feet above the ordinary level, leaving the bottom of the bay dry, to the distance of about 100 yards from its natural margin. The wave then flowed slowly westward, diminishing...
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The Scottish tourist, and itinerary; or, A guide to the scenery and ...

Scottish tourist - Scotland - 1832 - 432 pages
...currents, towards a line across the bay, and there rose in the form of a great wave, to the height of five feet above the ordinary level, leaving the bottom of the bay dry, to the distance of about 100 yards from its natural margin. The wave then flowed slowly westward, diminishing...
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The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ..., Volume 14

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1888
...hour, when all at OQCO the water rushed from the east and west in opposite currents, .... roeo in tho form of a great wave, to the height of 5 feet above the ordinary lovcl, leaving the bottom of tho bay dry to tho distance of between 90 and 100 yards from its natural...
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