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" September next will be the southern part of the north island and the northern part of the south island of New Zealand, where the eclipse occurs early on the morning of the gth, civil reckoning. "
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society - Page 126
by Royal Astronomical Society - 1833
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 45

1885 - 600 pages
...150 5 96 3 64 4 39 1 24 3 23 2 39 48 iOO 7 3 11O 2 48 0 Note on the Track of the Total Phase in the Solar Eclipse of 1885, Sept. 8, in its passage across...duration of totality on that line. The positions of Sun and Moon, and the semi-diameters, have been taken from the Nautical Almanac:— Greenwich MT Long....
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 45; Volumes 1884-1885

Royal Astronomical Society - 1885 - 572 pages
...By JR Hind, LL.D., FBS The only land traversed by the central line in the total eclipse of the Son in September next will be the southern part of the...island and the northern part of the south island of Now Zealand, where the eclipse occurs early on the morning of the gth, civil reckoning. The following...
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Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute, Volume 28

New Zealand Institute - 1896 - 894 pages
...Potatoes. De Surville was, with Cook, supposed to have been the introducer of the potato to the Maoris of the North Island and the northern part of the South Island. Many old Maoris contend that tiwas were known and largely cultivated before the advent of Europeans....
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The Naturalisation of Animals & Plants in New Zealand

George Malcolm Thomson - 1922 - 607 pages
...says: De Surville was, with Cook, supposed to have been the introducer of the potato to the Maoris of the North Island and the northern part of the South Island. Many old Maoris contend that tiwas were known and largely cultivated before the advent of Europeans....
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The Naturalisation of Animals & plants in new zealand

George Malcolm Thomson (M.L.C., F.L.S., F.N.Z.Inst.) - 1922 - 626 pages
...says: De Surville was, with Cook, supposed to have been the introducer of the potato to the Maoris of the North Island and the northern part of the South Island. Many old Maoris contend that tiwas were known and largely cultivated before the advent of Europeans....
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