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The Indian Archipelago: Its History and Present State - Page 9
by Horace Stebbing Roscoe St. John - 1853 - 359 pages
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Annals & Magazine of Natural History, Volume 20

Botany - 1847
...Borneo and Celebes appear to represent the broader or eastern branch of the Indo-Chinese Peninsula, from which they are separated by the area of the China Sea, supposed to be sinking; — and, finally, nearly the whole Archipelago is surrounded by a great volcanic curve rooted...
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The Journal of the Indian archipelago and eastern Asia (ed. by J.R ..., Volume 1

James Richardson Logan - 1847
...Borneo and Celebes appear to represent the broader or eastern branch of the Indo-Chinese Peninsula, from which they are separated by the area of the China Sea supposed to be sinking ; — and, finally, nearly the •whole Archipelago is surrounded by a great volcanic curve...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Volume 44

Science - 1848
...Borneo and Celebes appear to represent the broader or eastern branch of the Indo-Chinese Peninsula, from which they are separated by the area of the China Sea, supposed to be sinking ; — and, finally, nearly the whole Archipelago is surrounded by a great volcanic curve, rooted...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

Geology - 1848
...Borneo and Celebes appear to represent the broader or eastern branch of the Indo-Chinese Peninsula, from which they are separated by the area of the China Sea, supposed to be sinking ; and finally, nearly the whole Archipelago is surrounded by a great volcanic curve rooted...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1848
...Borneo and Celebes appear to represent the broader or eastern branch of the Indo-Chinese Peninsula, from which they are separated by the area of the China Sea, supposed to be sinking ; and finally, nearly the whole Archipelago is surrounded by a great volcanic curve rooted...
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