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Description of Messrs Marshall"s grand peristrephic panorama of the Polar regions

Description of Messrs Marshall"s grand peristrephic panorama of the Polar regions

which displays the north coast of Spitzbergen, Baffin"s Bay, Arctic Highlands, &c., now exhibiting in the large new circular wooden building, George"s Square, Glasgow ; painted from drawings taken by Lieut. Beechey who accompanied the Polar Expedition in 1818 ; and Messrs. Ross and Saccheuse, who accompanied the expedition to discover a North-West passage.

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Published by Printed by William Heriot ... in Leith, Scotland .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Canada -- Exploring expeditions -- 19th century.,
  • Arctic regions -- Discovery and exploration.,
  • Northwest Passage -- Discovery and exploration.

  • The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfiche (18 fr.).
    Number of Pages18
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21513881M
    ISBN 10066545628X

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Beechey who accompanied the Polar Expedition in ; and Messrs Pages: Description of Messrs Marshall's grand peristrephic panorama of the Polar regions: which displays the north coast of Spitzbergen, Baffin's Bay, Arctic Highlands, &c., now exhibiting in the large new circular wooden building, George's Square, Glasgow ; painted from drawings taken by Lieut.

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