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" The Black Sea receives a considerable portion of the fresh waters of Europe as well as of Asia Minor ; — by the Danube, which collects the waters of a great part of Germany, Hungary, Bosnia, Servia, Transylvania, &c. "
A Universal Gazetteer; Or, Geographical Dictionary: Founded on the Works of ... - Page 14
by George Landmann - 1840 - 743 pages
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Maritime Geography and Statistics ...

James Hingston Tuckey - Commerce - 1815 - 626 pages
...considerable decrease of depth is observed to have taken place in the Sea of Azoph. »j«|le jji^k §ea receives a considerable portion of the fresh waters of Europe as well as of Asia Minor ; — by the Danube, which collects the waters of a great part of Germany, Hungary, Bosnia, Servia,...
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Maritime Geography and Statistics ...

James Hingston Tuckey - Commerce - 1815 - 624 pages
...considerable decrease of depth is observed to have taken place in the Sea of Azoph. *'""• The Black Sea receives a considerable portion of the fresh waters of Europe as well as of Asia Minor ; — by the Danube, which collects the waters of a great part of Germany, Hungary, Bosnia, Servia,...
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Encyclopaedia Britannica: Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ..., Volume 2

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1824 - 1008 pages
...admitting the effect of evaporation, the level of the Black Sea insensibly falls (1. 6'28). The Black Sea receives a considerable portion of the fresh waters of Europe, as well as of Asia Minor. The Danube collects the waters of a great part of Germany, Hungary, Bosnia, Servia, &c. The Dniester,...
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The new sailing directions for the Mediterranean sea, the Adriatic sea ...

John Purdy - 1826 - 402 pages
...it; these mountains preventing the escape of the vapours that arise from its surface. The Black Sea receives a considerable portion of the fresh waters of Europe as well as of Asia Minor : by the Danube, on the west, which receives the waters ot a great part of Germany, Hungary, Bosnia,...
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The General Gazetteer: Or, Compendious Geographical Dictionary ...

Richard Brookes - Geography - 1827 - 756 pages
...the ancient Hyrcinian Forest. BLACK SEA, the ancient Pon tus Euxinus, an inland sea, or large lake, partly in Europe, and partly in Asia. Its waters are...the Mediterranean sea. It lies between 28 and 42 E Ion. and 41 and 46 N lau Hi AI ми us, a town iu Lancashire, with a market on Wednesday and Saturday....
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A Universal Gazetteer; Or, Geographical Dictionary: Founded on the Works of ...

George Landmann - Gazetteers - 1836 - 872 pages
...the ancient Ilyrcinian forest. BLACK-SEA, the ancient Pontus Euxinus, an inland sea, or large lake, partly in Europe and partly in Asia: its waters are...portion of the fresh waters of Europe as well as of Asia-Minor, and a constant current set* from it through, die «trait of BIS Constantinople into the...
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The geography of the globe

John Olding Butler - 1850 - 376 pages
...then assumes the name of Tay. RIVERS influence the qualities of other bodies of waters. The Black Sea receives a considerable portion of the fresh waters of Europe, as well as of Asia Minor ;—by the Danube, which collects thewatersof a great part of Germany,Hungary,and northern Turkey ;...
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The geography of the globe

John Olding Butler - 1855 - 382 pages
...then assumes the name of Tay. RIVERS influence the qualities of other bodies of waters. The Black Sea receives a considerable portion of the fresh waters of Europe, as well as of Asia Minor;—by the Danube, which collects the waters of a great part of Germany, Hungary, and northern...
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