Journal of the Third Voyage for the Discovery of a North-West Passage

Published: 1889
Language: English
Wordcount: 58,974 / 178 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 36.4
LoC Category: UH
Downloads: 437
Added to site: 2008.09.03
mnybks.net#: 21964
Genre: Travel
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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 “pack,†and rather the most so to the southward.

CHAPTER II.

Enter Sir James Lancaster’s Sound—Land at Cape Warrender—Meet with young ice—Ships beset and carried near the shore—Driven back to Navy-board Inlet—Run to the westward, and enter Prince Regent’s Inlet—Arrival at Port Bowen.

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