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On Irregularities Observed in the Direction of the Compass Needles of H. M. S. Isabella and Alexander, in Their Late Voyage of Discovery, and Caused by the Attraction of the Iron Contained in the Ships



On Irregularities Observed in the Direction of the Compass Needles of H. M. S. Isabella and Alexander, in Their Late Voyage of Discovery, and Caused by the Attraction of the Iron Contained in the Ships



Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 109: 112-122




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DOI: 10.1098/rstl.1819.0010


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