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" We are indebted to the National Telegraph Line for a series of observations from New Orleans to New York and as far westward as Cincinnati, which have been published in the Evening Star of this city. "
Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution - Página 26
por Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - 1858
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1871
...a knowledge of the progress of our storms, that in the Report for 1857, Prof. Henry writes : 1857. ''We are indebted to the National Telegraph Line for...Orleans to New York and as far westward as Cincinnati, which have been published in the Evening Star of this city. We hope in -the course of another year...
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Harper's, Volumen43

Henry Mills Alden, Frederick Lewis Allen, Lee Foster Hartman, Thomas Bucklin Wells - 1871
...for 186T we find that " the Institution Js Indebted to the national telegraph lines for a series'of observations from New Orleans to New York, and as far westward as Cincinnati, which were published in the t:,. >iing (Star." In the report of 1868 It la announced that " an object...
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Harper's Magazine, Volumen43

1871
...posted. In the report for ISST we find that " the Institution is indebted to the national telegraph lines for a series of observations from New Orleans to New York, and aa far westward as Cincinnati, which were published in the Evcniiiff Star." In the report of 18S8 it...
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The American Historical Record, Volumen3

Benson John Lossing - 1874
...-knowledge of the progress of our storms, that in the Report for 1857, Prof. Henry writes: — "1857. 'We are indebted to the National Telegraph Line for...Orleans to New York, and as far westward as Cincinnati, which have been published in the Evening Star of this city. We hope in the course of another year to...
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Telegraphic Tales and Telegraphic History

William John Johnston - 1880 - 254 páginas
...knowl edge of the progress of our storms, that in the report for 1857 Professor Henry writes : 1857. " We are indebted to the National Telegraph line for...Orleans to New York, and as far westward as Cincinnati, which have been published in The Evening Star of this city. We hope in the course of another year to...
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Principles and scholia

Pliny Earle Chase - 1884
...report for 1857, Professor Henry writes : 18,57. — " We were indebted to the National telegraphline for a series of observations from New Orleans to New York, and as far westward as Cincinnati, which have been published in the 'Evening Star' of this city. We hope in the course of another year...
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Testimony Before the Joint Commission to Consider the Present Organizations ...

United States. Congress. Joint Commission to Consider the Present Organizations of the Signal Service, Geological Survey, Coast and Geodetic Survey, and the Hydrographic Office of the Navy Dept - 1886 - 1141 páginas
...knowledge of the progress of our storms that in the Report for 1875 Professor Henry writes : 1857. "We are indebted to the National Telegraph Line for...Orleans to New York and as far westward as Cincinnati, which have been published in the Evening Star of this city. "We hope in the course of auother .year...
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The Transfer of the United States Weather Service to a Civil Bureau ...

1889 - 30 páginas
...instruments, etc.] are completed, the transmission of observations will commence." In 1857 he writes : — " We are indebted to the National telegraph line for...Orleans to New York, and as far westward as Cincinnati, which have been published in the Ecening Star of this city. " We hope in the course of another year...
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The Origin of the National Scientific and Educational ..., Volumen4,Tema 2

George Brown Goode - 1890 - 112 páginas
...a still earlier report Professor Henry said : " We are indebted to the National Telegraph Line fora series of observations from New Orleans to New York,...be extended further north and more generally to the west, they would furnish important observations as to the approach of storms. We hope in the course...
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Annual Report of the American Historical Association

American Historical Association - 1890
...glance the probable changes which may soon be expected.* In a still earlier report Professor Heury said: We are indebted to the National Telegraph Line for...which have been published in the Evening Star, of thiscity. These reports have excited much interest, and could they be extended further north and more...
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