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" July, carrying with us three sick men, who were unable to walk, and in six days we reached the boats, where the sick daily recovered. Although the spring was mild, it was not until the 15th of August that we had any cheering prospect. A gale from the... "
The voyages and expeditions of captains Ross, Parry, & Franklin in search of ... - Page 34
by W H. Bishop - 1834 - 36 pages
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Annual Register

History - 1834
...stage of debility, and only 13 of our number were able to carry provisions in seven journies of G'2 miles each to Batty Bay. We left Fury Beach on the...crossed on the 17th, and took shelter from a storm 1*2 miles to the eastward of Cape York. The next day, when the gale abated, we crossed Admiralty Inlet,...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 103, Part 2; Volume 154

Early English newspapers - 1833
...stage of debility, and only 13 of our number were able to carry provisions in seven journeys, of 62 miles each, to Batty Bay. " We left Fury Beach on...across Prince Regent's Inlet, which we crossed on the 1 7th, and took shelter from a storm twelve miles to the eastward of Cape York. The next day, when...
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The Christian Advocate, Volume 11

1833
...we reached our former position, and from the mountain we had the satisfaction of seeing clear water across Prince Regent's Inlet, which we crossed on the 17th, and took shelter from a storm 12 miles to the eastward of Cape York. The next day, when the gale abated, we crossed Admiralty Inlet,...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and ..., Volume 75

Edmund Burke - History - 1834
...stage of debility, and only 13 of our number were able to carry provisions in seven journies of 02 miles each to Batty Bay. We left Fury Beach on the...crossed on the 17th, and took shelter from a storm 1*2 miles to the eastward of Cape York. The next day, when the gale abated, we crossed Admiralty Inlet,...
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Narrative of the Second Voyage of Captain Ross to the Arctic Regions, in the ...

Sir James Clark Ross, Sir John Ross - Arctic regions - 1834 - 150 pages
...it was not until the 15th of August that we had any cheering prospect. A gale from the westward D 2 having suddenly opened a lane of water along shore,...storm twelve miles to the eastward of Cape. York. Next day, when the gale abated, we crossed Admiralty Inlet, and were detained six days on the coast...
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Volume 20

Perry Fairfax Nursey - Industrial arts - 1834
...boats, where the sick daily recovered' Although the spring was mild, it was not until the 15th of Aug. that we had any cheering prospect. A gale from the...across Prince Regent's inlet, which we crossed on the l"th, and took shelter from a storm 12 miles to the eastward of Cape York. The next day, when the gale...
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Narrative of the Recent Voyage of Captain Ross to the Arctic Regions, in the ...

Edwin Williams - Arctic regions - 1835 - 192 pages
...thirteen of our number were able to carry provisions, in severe journeys of sixty-two miles each to Bully Bay. We left Fury Beach on the 8th of July, carrying...Prince Regent's Inlet, which we crossed on the 17th, imd took shelter from a storm twelve miles to the eastward of Cape York. Next day, when the gale abated,...
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The last voyage of Capt. Sir John Ross, R.N. to the Arctic regions: for the ...

Robert Huish - Northwest Passage - 1835 - 760 pages
...it was not until the 15th August that we had any cheering prospect, a gale from the westward having opened a lane of water along shore ; in two days we...crossed on the 17th, and took shelter from a storm 12 miles to the eastward of Cape York. Next day, when the gale abated, we crossed Admiralty Inlet,...
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Narrative of a Second Voyage in Search of a North-West Passage and of a ...

John Ross - Northwest Passage - 1835 - 475 pages
...not until August 15 that we had any cheering prospect, a gale from the westward having '<enly opened a lane of water along shore : in two days we...Prince Regent's Inlet, which we crossed on the 17th, an<1 took shelter from a storm twelve miles to the eastward of Cape York. Nexl day, "iT1"? lla8 ".'t'•"...
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The Mariner's Chronicle: Containing Narratives of the Most Remarkable ...

Archibald] [Duncan - Naval battles - 1835 - 504 pages
...we reached our former position, and from the mountain we had the satisfaction of seeing clear water across Prince Regent's Inlet, which we crossed on...shelter from a storm twelve miles to the eastward of tJape York. The next day, when the gale abated, we crossed Admiralty Inlet, and were detained six days...
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