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  1. Obsolete spelling of Atlantic
    • 1843, The Family Magazine, or, General Abstract of Useful Knowledge (volume 3), page 190:
      We find, too, that in the Atlantick it is high-water on the coast of Surinam about five o'clock on the days of the new and full of the moon, ...
    • 1730, The Religious Philosopher: or the Right Use of Contemplating the Works of the Creator, volume 2, John Chamberlayne, London, Globe, page 443:
      That between the Tropicks in the Atlantick and the Ethiopick, as also throughout the whole South-Sea, ...
    • 1698, A New Account of East-India and Persia, in eight letters: Being Nine Years Travels Begun 1672 and Finished 1681, John Fryer, London, Role and Crown, table of contents:
      We cross the Bay of Biscay to the Main Atlantick

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