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" The bay, so corroded, in time becomes large enough to give a new direction to the body of the canal: and the matter excavated from the bay is... "
Memoir of a Map of Hindoostan: Or the Mogul Empire: with an Introduction ... - Page 265
by James Rennell - 1788 - 295 pages
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 24

Edmund Burke - 1800
...canal, depofiting in its way the matter excavated from the bay, and which begins to form a fhallow or bank contiguous to the border of the canal. Here...fo corroded, in time becomes large enough to give a newdire&iontothebodyof the canal : and' the matter excavated from the bay is fo difpofed as to affift...
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The Political Magazine and Parliamentary, Naval, Military, and ..., Volume 4

1782
...matter excavated from the bay, and which begins to form a (hallow or bank contiguous to the bor3cr ot the canal. Here then is the origin of fuch windings as owe their cxiftcncc to the nature of the foil. The Biy, Jo corroded, in time becomes large enough to give a new...
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Annual Register, Volume 24

1800
...contiguous to the border of the caml. Чеге then is the origin of fuch windings as owe their exigence to the nature of the foil The bay, fo corroded, in time becomes large enough to give a new diirftion to thr body of the canal : and the matter excavated from the bay is fo difpofed asma ft in...
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The Oriental Herald, Volume 1

1824
...canal, depositing in its way, the matter excavated from the bay, and which begins to form a shallow or bank contiguous to the border of the canal. Here then, is the origin of such windings as owe their existence to the nature of the soil. The bay, so corroded, in time becomes...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British and Foreign ..., Volume 17

1824
...canal, depositing in its way the matter excavated from the bay, and which begins to form a shallow or bank contiguous to the border of the canal. Here then is the origin of such windings as owe their existence to the nature of the soil. The bay, so corroded, in time becomes...
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The Oriental herald and colonial review [ed. by J.S. Buckingham]., Volume 1

James Silk Buckingham
...canal, depositing iu its way, the matter excavated from the bay, and which begins to form a shallow or bank contiguous to the border of the canal. Here then, is the origin of such w hidings as owe theic existence to the nature of the soil. The bay, so corroded, iu time becomes...
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The Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffussion of Useful ..., Volume 4

1835
...canal, •depositing in its way the matter excavated from the bay, and which begins to form a shallow or bank contiguous to the border of the canal. Here then is the origin of such windings as owe their existence to the nature of the soil. The bay, so corroded, in time becomes...
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Annual Register, Volume 24

Edmund Burke - 1800
...canal, depofiting in its way the matter excavated from the bay, and which begins to form a fliallow or bank contiguous to the border of the canal. Here then is the origin of'fuch windings as owe their exiftence to the nature of the foil. The bay, fo corroded, in time becomes...
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