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Great Britain. Admiralty. Committee Appointed to Enquire into the Outbreak of Scurvy in the Recent Arctic Expedition.
Report of the Committee appointed by the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, to enquire into the causes of the outbreak of scurvy in the recent Arctic expedition, the adequacy of the provision made by the Admiralty in the way of food, medicine and medical comforts, and the propriety of the orders given by the commander of the expedition for provisioning the sledge parties .
Minutes of evidence taken before a Committee appointed by the Admiralty to enquire into the outbreak of scurvy in the recent Arctic expedition ...
Command papers / Great Britain. Parliament ; C. 1722.
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Scientific expeditions -- Arctic regions.
Scurvy -- Arctic regions.
Expéditions scientifiques -- Arctique.
Scorbut -- Arctique.
Arctic regions -- Discovery and exploration -- British.
Arctique -- Découverte et exploration britanniques.
|Document source||Scanned from a CIHM microfiche of the original publication held by Indian Affairs and Northern Development Canada, Library, Ottawa.|
Title from title screen.
"Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty, 1877."
Original issued in series: [Command papers / Great Britain. Parliament] ; C. 1722.
Includes: Minutes of evidence taken before a Committee appointed by the Admiralty to enquire into the outbreak of scurvy in the recent Arctic expedition ...
Insert at p. iv: "This paper was finally completed, and received at the Admiralty on 7th May, 1877."
Includes bibliographical references and an index.
lv, 505 p.,  leaves of plates ; 33 cm.
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