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My object is to communicate with the Boothians in the vicinity of the magnetic pole.
IN THE ARCTIC SEASFRANCIS LEOPOLD MCCLINTOCK
Magnetic observations were now taken, pointing to the conclusion that the magnetic pole had been passed on the north.
It was as if one removed the magnetic pole whenever it was in the way of a German cruiser.
This tremor causes the disk to approach and recede from the magnetic pole placed just behind the diaphragm.
In fact we have got considerably to the north of the magnetic pole.
THE GIANT OF THE NORTHR.M. BALLANTYNE
On the first of March we halted to encamp at about the position of the magnetic pole—for no cairn remains to mark the spot.
IN THE ARCTIC SEASFRANCIS LEOPOLD MCCLINTOCK
You can see, then, that if a compass be taken north of this magnetic pole, its north pole will point south.
THINGS A BOY SHOULD KNOW ABOUT ELECTRICITYTHOMAS M. (THOMAS MATTHEW) ST. JOHN
It became apparent that the Magnetic Pole was some 500 miles distant -- far inland, behind the snow-covered ridges.
De Morgan's reference is to Ross's discovery of the magnetic pole on June 1, 1831.
We have no reason to suppose that the magnetic pole is really a fixed point, but for our present purpose we may regard it as such.

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