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" Below that, the channel is of confidernble depth, for the additional ftreams bring a greater acceffion of depth than width. At 500 miles from the fea, the channel is thirty feet deep when the river is at its loweft; and it continues at... "
Memoir of a Map of Hindoostan: Or, The Mogul Empire: with an Introduction ... - Page 338
by James Rennell - 1793 - 479 pages
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 24

Edmund Burke - 1800
...for the additional ftreams bring a greater acceffion of depth than width. At 500 miles from the fea, the channel is thirty feet deep when the river is at its loweft; and it continues at leaft th.is depth to the fea, where the fuddeii expanfion of the ftream...
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The Political Magazine and Parliamentary, Naval, Military, and ..., Volume 4

1782
...for the additional ftreams bring a greater accc-Hni. of depth than width. At 500 miles from the fea, the channel is thirty feet deep when the river is at its lowed ; and it continues nt leaft this depth tothe fea, where the fudden cxpanfion of the dream deprives...
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Annual Register, Volume 24

1800
...for the additional ftreams bring a greater acceflion of depth than width. At 500 miles from the fea, the channel is thirty feet deep when the river is at its loweft; and it continues at leaft this depth to the fea, where the fudden cxpanfîon of the ftream...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1800
...for the additional ftreams bring a greater acceffion of depth than width. At 500 miles from the fea, the channel is thirty feet deep when the river is at its loweft; and it continues at lean this depth to the fea, where the fudden expanfion of the ftream deprives...
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Universal geography, or A description of all the parts of the world, Volume 3

Malthe Conrad Bruun - 1822
...with the Jumna, the Ganges is fordahic ; but its navigation is never interrupted. At a distance of 500 miles from the sea, the channel is thirty feet deep when the river is at its lowest. This depth it retains all the way to the sea, where, however, the settling of sand by the neutralization...
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Memoirs of India

Robert Grenville Wallace - 1824
...400 yards to one and a quarter mile wide, but is commonly about three-fourths of a mile in breadth. At 500 miles from the sea, the channel is thirty feet deep, when the river is at the lowest. Taking the medium of the whole year, the quantity of water discharged by the Ganges is...
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Universal Geography: Or a Description of All Parts of the World ..., Volume 3

Conrad Malte-Brun - 1825
...with the Jumna, the Ganges is fordable ; but its navigation is never interrupted. At a distance of 500 miles from the sea, the channel is thirty feet deep when the river is at its lowest. This depth it retains all the way to the sea, where, however, the settling of sand by the neutralization...
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Universal Geography, Or, a Description of All Parts of the World, on a New ...

Conrad Malte-Brun - 1826
...the Ganges is fordable ; but its navigation is never interrupted. At a distance of 500 miles front the sea, the channel is thirty feet deep when the river is at its lowest. This depth it retains all the way to the sea, where, however, the settling of sand by the neutralization...
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Bibliotheca Classica, Or, A Dictionary of All the Principal Names and Terms ...

John Lempričre - 1833 - 793 pages
...is fordab'.e : bat its navigation is never interrupted. At a distance of 500 miles from the •ea, the channel is thirty feet deep when the river is at its lowest. This depth, it retains nil the way to the sea, where, however, the settling of sand, by the neutralization...
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Tracts on Hydraulics

Thomas Tredgold - 1836 - 219 pages
...Ganges (Phil. Trans. 1781, p. 87). He informs us, that, " at 500 miles from the sea, the channel is 30 feet deep when the river is at its lowest ; and it continues at least this depth to the sea ;" that " a section of the ground, parallel to one of its branches, in length 60 miles, was taken by...
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