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" Compliments, and desire he will take upon him the Command, as he is the most capable among them. That he will take Possession of the great Cabin ; and, on his accepting the Office, he is led into the Cabin in State, and placed at a Table, where only one... "
The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science - Page 149
1883
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The Lives and Bloody Exploits of the Most Noted Pirates, Their Trials and ...

Pirates - 1836 - 298 pages
...the office, he is led into the cabin in state, and placed at a table, where *Br ly one chair is set at the upper end, and one at the lower end of the table for the company's quartermaster. The captain and he being placed, the latter succintly tells...
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Sketches of Central Asia: Additional Chapters on My Travels, Adventures, and ...

Ármin Vámbéry - Asia, Central - 1868 - 444 pages
...company of four boatmen and two other passengers. The voyage was at first very monotonous. The two men, one at the upper end and one at the lower end of the boat, kept steering it to those parts of the river where the water was yellowish and turbid, the current...
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Report of Progress of the Division of Hydrography for the Calendar Year 1895

Frederick Haynes Newell - Hydrography - 1896 - 356 pages
...practiced when meters are not at hand. In such cases surface floats are used and two sections laid ofl', one at the upper end and one at the lower end of the place where the measurements were made. At this point their are a good many large bowlders in the bed...
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Bulletin - United States Geological Survey, Issues 137-141

Geological Survey (U.S.) - Geology - 1896
...practiced when meters are not at hand. In such cases surface floats are used and two sections laid off, one at the upper end and one at the lower end of the place where the measurements were made. At this point their are a good many large bowlders in the bed...
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XX Century Cyclopaedia and Atlas: Biography, History, Art, Science ..., Volume 2

Charles Annandale, Ainsworth Rand Spofford - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1901
...water; it may be a glass tvbe at the front of the boiler, connected to it by two horizontal tubes, one at the upper end and one at the lower end of the glass tube; or it may be a series of twp or three gavge-eoeti, connected at different levels. The boiler...
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A Shooting Catechism

Richard Frederick Meysey-Thompson - Game and game-birds - 1905 - 251 pages
...furnishing a supply, so long as there is grass to feed on and covert to lie in. At least two of the beaters, one at the upper end and one at the lower end of the line, should carry muzzled ferrets, which can be quickly run through any hole, or heap of stones, or...
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The Real Story of the Pirate

Alpheus Hyatt Verrill - Buccaneers - 1923 - 373 pages
...accepting the office, he is led into the cabin in state and placed at a table where only one chair is set at the upper end, and one at the lower end of the table for the quartermaster. The captain and he being placed, the latter tells him the conclusions...
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Under the Black Flag: Exploits of the Most Notorious Pirates

Don Carlos Seitz - Transportation - 2002 - 341 pages
...accepting the Office, he is led into the Cabin in State, and placed at a Table, where only one Chair is set at the upper End, and one at the lower End of the Table for the Company's Quarter-Master. The Captain and he being placed, the latter succinctly tells...
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A General History of the Robberies and Murders of the Most Notorious Pirates ...

Charles Johnson - History - 2002 - 603 pages
...accepting the office, he is led into the cabin in state, and placed at a table, where only one chair is set at the upper end, and one at the lower end of the table for the company's quartermaster. The captain and he being placed, the latter succintly tells...
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Philosophical Magazine

Physics - 1883
...TRI (1) -465 sec. 3330 x 10" centim. per sec. 5150 CGS (2) -500 „ 3530 xlO9 „ „ 5120 „ (y3) The second method is one which was adopted in measurements...point near the lower end of the cord of the pendulum, Pi. A second thread, t2, was attached to the lower end of the wire, and carried out parallel to the...
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