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" ... are, indeed, numerous sand-banks, some of which change their places, owing to the rapidity of the current ; and, at the upper part of the river, towards Chin-keangfoo, there is some danger from rocks ; but the greatest obstacle to the navigation is... "
Narrative of the Voyages and Services of the Nemesis, from 1840 to 1843: And ... - Página 390
por William Dallas Bernard, Sir William Hutcheon Hall - 1844
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Narrative of the Voyages and Services of the Nemesis, from 1840 to ..., Volumen2

William Dallas Bernard - 1844
...but the greatest obstacle to the navigation is the rapidity of the current, which, even when beyond the influence of the tide, runs down at the rate of...The steamers were of course indispensable, and the assistCHINESE RIVERS. 389 ance of two or three of them together was in some instances requisite to...
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Narrative of the Voyages and Services of the Nemesis from 1840 to ..., Volumen1

William Dallas Bernard, Sir William Hutcheon Hall - 1845 - 488 páginas
...but the greatest obstacle to the navigation is the rapidity of the current, which, even when beyond the influence of the tide, runs down at the rate of three and a half to four mile* an hour. It is not surprising that almost every ship of the squadron should have touched the...
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The Nemesis in China: Comprising a History of the Late War in that Country ...

William Dallas Bernard - 1846 - 399 páginas
...but the greatest obstacle to the navigation is the rapidity of the current, which, even when beyond the influence of the tide, runs down at the rate of...The steamers were of course indispensable, and the assistance of two or three of them together was, in some instances, requisite to haul the ships off....
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The Militiaman's Manual: And Sword-play Without a Master : Rapier and Broad ...

Matthew W. Berriman - 1861 - 107 páginas
...each other — thus : PACES— There are three paces, the walk, the trot, and the gallop. The walk at the rate of three and a half to four miles an hour. The trot at eight miles and a half an hour. The gallop at eleven miles an hour. The gallop is not considered...
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Training, in Theory and Practice

Archibald Maclaren - 1874 - 252 páginas
...time occupied in going to and from the training-ground. For the first week let two miles be walked at the rate of three and a half to four miles an hour, beginning the walk at the former rate and, towards the end of the week, breaking into the latter; and...
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History of the 72d Indiana Volunteer Infantry of the ..., Volumen72,Parte4

Benjamin F. McGee - 1882 - 719 páginas
...just aroused from a sleep, and realized that he was some miles behind. On we went over the hard pike at the rate of three and a half to four miles an hour, halting but briefly onee or twice until i0 o'clock of the night, when we were ordered to get over into...
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