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Papers on Edward Sabine's longitude stations, 1822 - 1823

Reference Code: GBR/0180/RGO 14/50
Papers on Edward Sabine's longitude stations
Papers on Edward Sabine's longitude stations

Scope and Contents

Papers regarding Edward Sabine's longitude stations. The stations mentioned are Sierra Leone [RGO 14/50: 3-25]; Island of St Thomas [RGO 14/50: 26-36]; Ascension Island [RGO 14/50: 37-52]; Bahia [RGO 14/50: 53-66]; Maranham [RGO 14/50: 67-82]; Trinidad [RGO 14/50: 83-98]; Port Royal, Jamaica [RGO 14/50: 99-125]; Spitzbergen [RGO 14/50: 126v-128v]; East Greenland [RGO 14/50: 129v-141v]; and Drontheim [RGO 14/50: 142v-149].


  • 1822 - 1823


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1 volume(s) (1 volume (193 ff.))

Language of Materials


Former / Other Reference


Original geographic information

Ascension [subject]

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Bahia [subject]

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Maranhao [subject]

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Port Royal [subject]

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Saint Thomas [subject]

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Sierra Leone [subject]

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Spitsbergen [subject]

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Trinidad [subject]

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Trondheim [subject]

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Tunu [subject]

Finding aid date

2006-05-02 10:27:10+00:00

Includes index.

Repository Details

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