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" They reckon ten months in the year, fome of which are longer and fome mor'ter ; for they do not divide them by the changes of the moon, but by the order of particular occurrences that happen in thofe regions ; they commonly divide our year into two, fo... "
The Monthly Visitor, and Entertaining Pocket Companion - Page 285
1798
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The History of Kamtschatka, and the Kurilski Islands, with the Countries ...

Stepan Petrovich Krasheninnikov, James Greive - Alaska - 1764 - 280 pages
...Their divifion of time is pretty fingular ; they commonly divide our year into two, fo that winter is one year, and fummer another : the fummer year begins in May, and the winter in Novemher. They do not diftinguim the days by any particular appellation, nor form them into weeks or...
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Annual Register, Volume 7

History - 1802
...occurrences that happen in thofe regions ; they commonly divide our year into two, fo that winter is one year, and fummer another : the fummer year begins in May, and the winter in November. They do not diftihguiih the davs by any particular appellation, nor form them into weeks or months, nor yet know...
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The Wonders of Nature and Art: Or, A Concise Account of Whatever ..., Volume 4

Thomas Smith - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1803
...divide one year into two, so that winter is one year, and summer another ; they do not distinguish the days by any particular appellation, nor form them into weeks or months, nor yet know how many days there are in the month or year ; they mart their epochs by some remarkable event. At the time of an...
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Encyclopaedia Perthensis; or, Universal dictionary of Knowledge ..., Volume 12

Encyclopaedia Perthensis - 1816
...occurrences that happen in thofe regions. They commonly divide our year into two, fo that winter is one year and fummer another: the fummer year begins in May, and the winter in November. They do not diflingiiifh the days by any particular names, nor form them into weeks or months. They mark their...
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The Universal Magazine, Volume 34

1764
...Their divifion of time is pretty ungular ; they commonly divide our year into two, fo that winter is one year, and fummer another : The fummer year begins in May, and the winter in November. They do not diftinguiih the days by any particular appellation, nor form them into weeks or months, nor yet know...
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Annual Register, Volume 7

Edmund Burke - History - 1765
...in thofe regions ; they commonly divide our year into two, fo that winter is one year, and żimmer another : the fummer yea,r begins in May, and the winter in November. They do not diltmguilh the days by by any particular appellation, nor form them into weeks or months, nor yet know...
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