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Great Britain. Admiralty.
Further papers relative to the recent Arctic expeditions in search of Sir J. Franklin and the crews of Her Majesty's ships "Erebus" and " Terror" : including the reports of Dr. Kane and Messrs. Anderson and Stewart, and correspondence relative to the adjudication of £10,000 as a reward for ascertaining the fate of the crews of Her Majesty' s ships "Erebus" and " Terror".
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Arctic regions -- Discovery and exploration -- British.
Northwest Passage -- Discovery and exploration -- British.
Arctique -- Découverte et exploration britanniques.
Nord-Ouest, Passage du -- Découverte et exploration britanniques.
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Title from title screen.
"(In continuation of papers presented in September 1854-5.)"
Includes a list of papers.
"Presented to the House of Commons, 1856."
v, 95 p.,  leaf of plates : col. map ; 33 cm.
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