Voyages to Hudson Bay in Search of a Northwest Passage, 1741-1747: Volumes I and II: The Voyage of Christopher Middleton, 1741-1742 + The Voyage of William Moor and Francis Smith, 1746-1747 (Works issued by the Hakluyt Society, Second Series, 177 & 181)
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London: Hakluyt Society, January 1994 & 1995. Hardcover. First Editions. As New books in Fine jackets. Interiors pristine. Spines straight and tight. Light rubbing to jacket rear panels. Not from a library. No remainder mark. Not clipped. 8vo. xii + 333 pages, xv + 393, 31 plates total.
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- Voyages to Hudson Bay in Search of a Northwest Passage, 1741-1747: Volumes I and II: The Voyage of Christopher Middleton, 1741-1742 + The Voyage of William Moor and Francis Smith, 1746-1747 (Works issued by the Hakluyt Society, Second Series, 177 & 181)
- William Barr (ed); Glyndwr Williams (ed)
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- Christopher Middleton, History, discovery, expeditions, exploration, explorers, history, journeys, military, naval, Hudson Bay, Hudson Bay Company, Northwest Passage, Arctic, Canada, England, English, Britain, British
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- Exploration, Expeditions, and Discoveries; History; Military and Defense; Britain; Arctic & Antarctica;
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