A Personal Narrative of the Discovery of the North-West Passage

While in Search of the Expedition under Sir John Franklin

An eye-witness account, published in 1857, of a five-year Arctic voyage in extreme conditions, ending with the crew abandoning ship. Les mer
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An eye-witness account, published in 1857, of a five-year Arctic voyage in extreme conditions, ending with the crew abandoning ship.

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Preface; 1. Departure from England; 2. Preparations for leaving the Strait; 3. Departure from Honolulu; 4. Enter the ice; 5. Difficulties in working to the north-east; 6. Weather; 7. Weather; 8. Departure from Cape Bathurst; 9. Young ice; 10. Appearance of weather; 11. Departure of the travelling party; 12. The first day of 1851; 13. An unexpected arrival; 14. State of the ice; 15. Departure from Prince of Wales' Strait; 16. Weather and prospects; 17. Weather; 18. Position on 23rd September; 19. The hunting; 20. First day of 1852; 21. Laborious occupation of the crew; 22. The year 1853; 23. The 'Resolute'; Appendix.