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Observations Made of the Latitude, Variation of the Magnetic Needle, and Weather, by Capt. Christopher Middleton, in a Voyage from London to Hudson's-Bay, Anno 1735



Observations Made of the Latitude, Variation of the Magnetic Needle, and Weather, by Capt. Christopher Middleton, in a Voyage from London to Hudson's-Bay, Anno 1735



Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 270-280




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