A narrative of Arctic discovery: from the earliest period to the present time. With the details of the measures adopted by Her Majesty's government for the relief of the expedition under Sir John Franklin
W. Shoberl, 1851 - 364페이지
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Admiralty anchor appeared Arctic arrived attempt August Baffin Baffin's Bay baidars Barentsz Barrow Barrow's Strait Beechey Behring's Straits boats Cabot canoe Cape Cape Walker Captain Back Captain Franklin Captain Parry Captain Ross command Coppermine course crew danger despatched direction discovered discovery ditto endeavour England Enterprise entrance Eskimaux expedition explore Greenland Hakluyt harbour Hecla hope Hudson's Bay Company hundred Indians Inlet Island James journey July June Lake Lancaster Sound land latitude Lieutenant longitude Mackenzie Master Melville Island miles mouth Muscovy Company natives navigation north-west northern northward Nova Zembla numerous observed officers party passage passed pemmican Plover Polar Sea Prince proceeded provisions reached Repulse Bay Richardson river sailed seen sent September ships shore Sir Edward Parry Sir James Ross Sir John Franklin snow southward stood tion tons vessel voyage weather Wellington Channel westward whales wind winter
44 페이지 - Miserable they ! Who, here entangled in the gathering ice, Take their last look of the descending sun ; While, full of death, and fierce with tenfold frost, The long, long night, incumbent o'er their heads, Falls horrible.
41 페이지 - Henry the Eighth, by the grace of God King of England, France, and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, and of the Church of England, and also of Ireland, in earth the supreme head...
251 페이지 - Thlew-ee-choh, which, after a violent and tortuous course of five hundred and thirty geographical miles, running through an iron-ribbed country without a single tree on the whole line of its banks, expanding into fine large lakes with clear horizons, most embarrassing to the navigator, and broken into falls, cascades, and rapids, to the number of no less than eighty-three in the whole, pours its waters into the Polar Sea in latitude 67° 1 1' 00'i N., and longitude 94° 30' 0
220 페이지 - Never, perhaps, was witnessed a finer scene than on the deck of my little ship, when all hope of life had left us. Noble as the character of the British sailor is always allowed to be in cases of danger, yet I did not believe it to be possible that amongst forty-one persons not one repining word should have been uttered.
39 페이지 - He knew all the harbours and ports, both of his own dominions, and of France and Scotland ; and how much water they had, and what was the way of coming into them.
184 페이지 - November, to the great delight of the ships' companies. In these amusements I gladly undertook a part myself, considering that an example of cheerfulness, by giving a direct countenance to everything that could contribute to it, was not the least essential part of my duty, under the peculiar circumstances in which we were placed.
170 페이지 - These could not have offered any impediment.* About midnight of the 19th, Sir Thomas Smith's Sound of 'Baffin ' was distinctly seen,' and the two capes forming its entrance were named after the two ships Isabella and Alexander. ' I considered (says Captain Ross) the bottom of this sound to be about eighteen leagues distant, but its entrance was completely blocked up by ice.
236 페이지 - Victory,' our own escapes, the politics of England, and the news, which was now four years old. But all subsided into peace at last. The sick were accommodated, the seamen disposed of, and all was done for us which care and kindness could perform.
293 페이지 - Bay, to the southward of which we observed a great number of icebergs, stretching across our path and presenting the fearful prospect of our worst anticipations. But when least expected by us, our release was almost miraculously brought about. The great field of ice was rent into innumerable fragments as if by some unseen power.