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"Ten Coloured Views taken during The Arctic expedition of her Majesty's ships 'Enterprise' and 'Investigator', under the command of Captain Sir James C. Ross, R.N., KT., F.R.S. Drawn by W. H. Browne, Esq., Lieut. R.N., Late of H.M.S. 'Enterprise.' on stone by Charles Haghe. with a summary of the various arctic expeditions search of Captain Sir John Franklin, K.T., K.C.H., and his companions in H.M. ships 'Erebus' and 'Terror'. Dedicated by special permission, to the lords commissioners of the admiralty" (London: Ackermann & C) 1850, including: a title-page; a list of plates in English and in French; historical information in English and in French; 10 views: Great Glacier, near Uppernavik; Fiord near Uppernavik; Ravine near Port Leopold; The Bivouac, Cape Seppings, Leopold Island; North-East Cape of America, and part of Leopold Island; Termination of the Cliffs, near Whaler Point, Port Leopold; Prince Regent's Inlet; Remarkable Appearance in the sky always opposite the sun; the Devil's thumb; Noon in Mid-winter. Bound in cloth-covered binding.
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Height: 380 millimetres (Approx. sheet size)
Width: 275 millimetres (Approx. sheet size)
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- Cataloguing supported by the Elizabeth Cayzer Charitable Trust.
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Associated Title: Ten Coloured Views taken during The Arctic expedition of her Majesty's ships 'Enterprise' and 'Investigator', under the command of Captain Sir James C. Ross
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