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Departure of the II Grinnell Expedition from New York Harbor
History of the Grinnell Exploring Expedition to the Arctic Ocean, in search of Sir John Franklin, 1853-4-5. Dr. E. K. Kane, U.S.N., commanding. By William Godfrey, one of the survivors of the expedition.
H. M. S. _____ __th of _____ 18__ Lat. _____ Long._____ _____ Commander...Whoever finds this paper is requested to forward it to the Secretary of the Admiralty, London, with a note of the time and place at which it was found
Aston Abbotts House, Aylesbury. 18th February, 1853. Sir, With respect to the number of each party, we have found two officers and six men to be the most convenient
Wilson, John Wall. Arctic Expedition Diary, Folder #1
Woolwich, Feb. 24, 1853. Sir, With reference to the letter which you addressed to me on the 12th of February, in respect to Dr. Kane's Arctic Expedition, I must limit the suggestions...to..."magnetic observations."
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Wilson, John Wall. Arctic Expedition Diary, Folder #2
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By the commissioners for executing the office of Lord High Admiral of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, &c. ...To Horatio T. Austin, Esq., C.B., captain of Her Majesty's Ship "Resolute," in charge of an expedition to the Arctic Sea