A History of Mountains; Geographical and Mineralogical Volume 1

A History of Mountains; Geographical and Mineralogical Volume 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1807 edition. Excerpt: ... a ridge which stretches in a southern direction through the country of the Kalkas into Mongolia Proper. Chinese Tatary. Situated to the N.E. of Sie-tchan, ' between the Toumen and the Yugin-ho, in the chain of NIMARA Mountain. NISCHEHA Mountain. NITHOHON Mountain. NOHOEI Mountain. NOMOHAN Mountain. NOMOHON Mountain. NOROTOM Mountain. Heights in Eng. Feet..-Topographical Position. Champe or White Mountains, which run in a southern direction from the confluence of the Songari and the Hourha into Corea. I Tibet. Situated to the east of the Lake Tchamnay-omdou, and near the sources of the Noitcho river, in the ridge which runs nearly north and south between the Ken-pou and Nou-kiang rivers..Little Bucharia. Situated to the N.W. of Tchasir-cong and of Kimtcha, in the eastern part of the chain of Mus-tag Mountains. NOUTCHAPE Mountain. Tibet. Situated to the south of the Lake Otsi, and to the east of the Hoang-H0, in a ridge which separates that river and the sources of the Coucoursou. NUKUTU-DABAHN, or Asiatic Russia. Situated to the N.W. of the Lake KHANGAI Mountain. Kossogol, and near the source of the Karin, in the chain of Sayansk Mountains dividing the province of Irkoutsk and Siberia from Mongolia. Assam. These mountains form a ridge running N.E. from the frontiers of Bengal to the banks of the Kenpoo river, dividing Assam from Cassay. _ Tatary. These mountains are a continuation or division of the Ak-ta_u or Yespera Mountains, and extend west from the source of the Sogdo above Samarcand, where they rise to the north, but afterwards incline to the S.W. and terminate near Fanee on the bank of the Jihon, in Great Bucharia. Names. NOUCONGUE Mountains. NOUPRA Mountains. NUMRUP Mountains. NU RR-CURABAS Mountains. Heights in Eng....show more

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  • Paperback | 198 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 11mm | 363g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236859057
  • 9781236859051