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" ... Bay Company, the Reviewers do not think so well as Lord Selkirk does. — The rest of this article, and that which is of a far deeper interest, relates to the North-west passage. The relation of Maldonado's voyage is held to be a clumsy and audacious... "
A Sketch of the British Fur Trade in North America: With Observations ... - Página 153
por Thomas Douglas Earl of Selkirk - 1816 - 130 páginas
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The Analectic Magazine: Comprising Original Reviews, Biography, Analytical ...

1817
...Maldonado's voyage is held to be a clumsy and audacious forgery. The Reviewers firmly believe, however, that a navigable passage from the Atlantic to the...does exist, and may be of no difficult execution. In support of this opinion, they proceed to examine the various unsuccessful attempts that have been...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volumen1

1817
...Maldonado's voyage is held to be a clumsy and audacious forgery. The Reviewers firmly believe, however, that a navigable passage from the Atlantic to the...does exist, and may be of no difficult execution. In support of this opinion, they proceed to examine the various unsuccessful attempts that have been...
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The Edinburgh Monthly Magazine, Volumen1

1817
...Maldonado's voyage is held to be a clumsy and audacious forgery. The Reviewers firmly belitve, however, that a navigable passage from the Atlantic to the pacific, round the northern coast of America, «loes exist, and may be of no difficult execution. In support of tliis opinion, they proceed to examine...
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The American Whig Review, Volumen11

1850
...also among officers of the navy, that the discovery, or rather the completion of the discovery of a passage from the Atlantic to the Pacific, round the northern coast of America, ought not to be abandoned, after so much has been done, and so little now remains to be done, and that...
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Arctic Expeditions: A Lecture Delivered at the London Institution, February ...

Charles Richard Weld - 1850 - 47 páginas
...also among officers of the navy, that the discovery, or rather the completion of the discovery, of a passage from the Atlantic to the Pacific, round the northern coast of North America, ought not to be abandoned, after so much has been done, and so little now remains to...
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Winter in the Arctic regions. By C. Tomlinson. With an intr. notice on the ...

Charles Tomlinson - 1860
...Admiralty determined on sending an expedition to the arctic seas, to endeavour to complete the discovery of a navigable passage from the Atlantic to the Pacific, round the northern coast of America. Sir John Franklin, though advanced in years, gallantly accepted the command ; trusting that the same...
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Winter in the Arctic Regions and Summer in the Antarctic Regions

Charles Tomlinson - 1872 - 368 páginas
...Admiralty determined on sending an expedition to the arctic seas, to endeavour to complete the discovery of a navigable passage from the Atlantic to the Pacific, round the northern coast of America. Sir John Franklin, though advanced in years, gallantly accepted the command ; trusting that the same...
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volumen1

1817
...Maldonado'a voyage is held to be a clumsy and audacious forgery. The Reviewers firmly believe, however, that a navigable passage from the Atlantic to the...does exist, and may be of no difficult execution. In support of this opinion, they proceed to examine the various unsuccessful attempts that have been...
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