- Uitgever:John Murray
- Bindwijze:Half leather
- Collatie:8vo, (16), 198, (2) p.
- Illustraties:folded frontispiece map, 6 engraved plates and text illustrations
A brief narrative of an unsuccessful attempt to reach Repulse Bay, through Sir Thomas Rowe’s ‘Welcome’, in his majesty’s ship Griper in the year 1824
Another attempt at the Northwest Passage; this one through Hudson’s Bay. Interesting accounts are given of the Eskimos of the Southampton Islands, immediately north of Hudson’s Bay” (Hill, p. 186). Also included are an appendix concerning magnetic anomalies in the polar regions, an abstract of each day’s work and a botanical appendix by Professor J.D. Hooker.
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With a folded frontispiece map, 6 engraved plates and text illustrations. Rebacked in contemporary gilt lettered half calf, with contrasting morocco letter-pierce, gilt lettering and decoration to the spine. Some stains in the margins, mainly at the beginning and end of the book.