d capstan, being at their margin more than twenty feet above the level of the sea, and over some of these we could not see from the mast-head. Upon the whole, however, the magnitude of the ice became somewhat less towards the north-west; and within thirty miles of that margin the masses were comparatively small, and their thickness much diminished. Bergs were in sight during the whole passage; but they were more numerous towards the middle of the â€œpack,â€ and rather the most so to the southward.
Enter Sir James Lancasterâ€™s Soundâ€”Land at Cape Warrenderâ€”Meet with young iceâ€”Ships beset and carried near the shoreâ€”Driven back to Navy-board Inletâ€”Run to the westward, and enter Prince Regentâ€™s Inletâ€”Arrival at Port Bowen.
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