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" the horizon. The whole group of rocks and islands occupy an irregular area, measuring six and a-half miles from east to west, and five miles from north to south. The largest island, called La Grande He, is the furthest to the south, and is the only one... "
The Channel Islands - Page 122
by David Thomas Ansted, Robert Gordon Latham - 1865 - 594 pages
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Behar (Patna city) and Shahabad

Robert Montgomery Martin - India - 1838 - 760 pages
...proceed to describe what remains of the fortress. This occupies a part of the table land, about four miles from east to west, and five miles from north to south; but among the natives it is usually reckoned 28 miles round, and following the windings of the hill,...
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Behar (Patna city) and Shahabad

Robert Montgomery Martin - India - 1838 - 742 pages
...proceed to describe what remains of the fortress. This occupies a part of the table land, about four miles from east to west, and five miles from north to south; but among the natives it is usually reckoned 28 miles round, and following the windings of the hill,...
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An Account of the State of Agriculture and Grazing in New South Wales

James Atkinson - 1844 - 218 pages
...into the subject have determined in future that 5s. per acre shall be the fixed price. Measuring Eight Miles from east to west, and five miles from north to south, exhibiting a surface of Forty Square Miles, divided into Metropolitan Boroughs, Parishes, and Half...
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The Channel Islands

David Thomas Ansted, Robert Gordon Latham - Channel Islands - 1862 - 646 pages
...from the cliffs near the Corbieres, where they form with the Minquiers a singular fringing reef 0n the horizon. The whole group of rocks and islands...north to south. The largest island, called La Grande lle, is the furthest to the south, and is the only one of any importance. to the coast of the Cotentin....
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The St. James's Magazine, Volume 3

English literature - 1862 - 538 pages
...a complete archipelago; the rocks and islands being included within an irregular area measuring C} miles from east to west, and five miles from north...the South, and is the only one of any importance. Approaching these islands from Granville, the effect is very singular. At first, one is inclined to...
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The Channel Islands

David Thomas Ansted, Robert Gordon Latham - Channel Islands - 1865 - 922 pages
...from the cliffs near the Corbieres, where they form with the Minquiers a singular fringing reef ou the horizon. The whole group of rocks and islands occupy an irregular area, measuring six and a-half mile* from east to west, and five miles from north to south. The largest island, called La Grande He,...
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Black's Guide to the Channel Islands

David Thomas Ansted - Channel Islands - 1868 - 270 pages
...are about eight miles west of the Eock of Granville. They occupy an irregular space six and a half miles from east to west, and five miles from north to south. The largest island is called " La Grande He." It is the furthest to the south, and is the only one of any importance....
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Black's Guide to the Channel Islands

David Thomas Ansted - Channel Islands - 1875 - 310 pages
...are about eight miles west of the Rock of Granville. They occupy an irregular space six and a half miles from east to west, and five miles from north to south. The largest island is called " La Grande lle." It is the furthest to the south, and is the only one of any importance....
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A Statistical Account of Bengal, Volume 12

William Wilson Hunter - Bengal (India) - 1877 - 314 pages
...'good deal of mischief. The remains of the fortress now occupy a part of the tableland, about four miles from east to west, and five miles from north to south, with a circumference of nearly twenty-eight miles. Much of the area is bare rock, but there is a large...
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A Statistical Account of Bengal, Volume 12

William Wilson Hunter - Bengal (India) - 1877 - 354 pages
...a good deal of mischief. The remains of the fortress now occupy a part of the tableland, about four miles from east to west, and five miles from north to south, with a circumference of nearly twenty-eight miles. Much of the area is bare rock, but there is a large...
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