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9861, D. Recollections of a ramble from Sydney to Southampton ; via South America, Panama, the West Indies, the United States and Niagara. London, 1851.
8421, D. The travels of several learned missionaries of the society of Jesus into divers parts of the Archipelago, India, China and America. London, 1714.
ROUND THE WORLD-SOUTH SEAS-N. W. PASSAGE
POLYNESIA—N. W. COAST OF AMERICA.
Back, 9380 & 9428, 0. Narrative of the Arctic land expedition to the mouth
of the Great Fish River, and along the shores of the Arctic Ocean, in the years 1833, 1834 and 1835. By Captain Back, R. N. Phila
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1833, 1834 and 1835, under the command of Captain Back, R. N. By Richard King, surgeon and naturalist to the expedition. 2 vols.
London, 1836. 9688, 0. Narrative of an expedition in H. M. S. Terror, undertaken
with a view to geographical discovery on the Arctic shores in 1836-7.
By Captain Back, R. N. London, 1838. Barrow, 11598, 0. & 8304, D. Voyages of discovery and research within the
Arctic Regions, from 1818 to the present time. By Sir John Barrow.
London and New York, 1846. (See Ross, p. 1373.) Beechey, 10950, 0. A voyage of discovery towards the north pole in the
Dorothea and Trent, under the command of Captain David Buchan,
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Majesty's ship Sulpbur during the years 1836, 1842; including details of the naval operations in China from December, 1840, to November, 1841. By Capt. Sir Edward Belcher, R. N. 2 vols. Lon
don, 1843. Bennet, 10363, 0. Narrative of a whaling voyage round the globe from 1833
to 1836. By F. D. Bennet, Esq. 2 vols. London, 1840. Coats, 12927, 0. Vol. for 1852, 1. The geography of Hudson's Bay;
being the remarks of Captain W. Coats in 1727 and 1751. With an appendix containing extracts from the log of Capt. Middleton in 1741. Edited by John Barrow, Esq. Printed for the Hakluyt
Society. London, 1852. Cheever, 9772, D. The whaleman's adventures in the Southern Ocean, as
gathered by Rev. H. T. Cheever. Edited by the Rev. W. Scoresby.
London, 1850. 9665, D. The island world of the Pacific; being the personal narra
tive and results of travel through the Sandwich or Hawaiian islands and other parts of Polynesia. By Rev. H. T. Cheever. New York,
1851. 9928, D. Life in the Sandwich Islands; or the heart of the Pacific,
as it was and is. By Rev. Henry T. Cheever. With engravings.
New York, 1851. Colton, 9402, D. Deck and port; or incidents of a cruise in the United States
frigate Congress to California. By Rev. Walter Colton. New York,
1850. Condamine, 2481, Q. Journal du voyage fait par ordre du Roi, a l'Equateur,
servant d'introduction historique à la mesure des trois premiers dégrés
du méridien. Par M. De la Condamine. A Paris. 1751. Coulter, 8218, D. Adventures in the Pacific. By John Coulter, M. D. Dub
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a life at sea. (By R. H. Dana, Jr.) New York, 1810. Dibble, 6612, D. History of the Sandwich Islands mission. By Rev. S.
Dibble. New York, 1839. Drake, 12379 & 12927, 0. Vol. for 1849. Sir Francis Drake, his voyage
1595. By Thomas Maynarde. Edited by W. D. Cooley. London,
printed for the Hakluyt Society, 1819. D'Urville, 2395, Q. Voyage pittoresque autour du monde. Publié sous la
direction de M. Dumont D'Urville. 2 tom. Paris, 1839. Erskine, 13070, 0. Journal of a cruise among the islands of the Western
Pacific; including the Feejees and others inhabited by the Polynesian negro races, in H. M. ship Havannah. By John Elphinstone Ers
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discoveries in 1850 and 1851. By Peter Force (with a map).
Washington, 1852. Foxe, 12169, 0. North West Fox; or Fox from the northwest passage.
Beginning with King Arthur, &c., following with briefe abstracts of the voyages of Cabot, Frobisher, &e. ; Mr. James Hall's three voyages to Greynland; with the author his owne voyage. By Captaine
Luke Foxe. London, 1635. Gaimard, 10919, 0. 8. Voyages de la commission scientifique du nord.
Publié ordre du Roi, sous la direction de M. Paul Gaimard. Gerstäcker, 10509 & 10551, D. Narrative of a journey round the world;
comprising a winter passage across the Andes to Chili; with a visit to the gold regions of California and Australia, the South Sea Islands,
Java, &c. By F. Gerstäcker. 3 vols. New York and London, 1853. Graah, 9523, 0. Narrative of an expedition to the cast coast of Greenland,
sent by order of the king of Denmark, in search of the lost colonies, under command of Capt. Graah, of the Danish Royal Navy. Trans
lated from the Danish. London, 1837. Hawkins, 12376 & 12927, 0. The observations of Sir Richard Hawkins, Knt.,
in his voyage into the South Sea in 1593. Edited by C. R. D.
Bethune, R. N. London. Printed for the Hakluyt Society. 1847. Hooper, 13081, 0. Ten months among the tents of the Tuski, with incidents
of an Arctic boat expedition in search of Sir John Franklin, as far as the Mackenzie River and Cape Bathurst. By Lieut. W. H.
Hooper, R. N. With a map and illustrations. London, 1853. Inglefield, 13581, 0. A summer search for Sir John Franklin ; with a peep
into the polar basin. By Commander E. A. Inglefield. With notices by Prof. Dickey, on the botany, and by Dr. Sutherland, on the meteorology and geology. And a new chart of the Arctic Sea. London,
1853 Jukes, 11869, 0. Narrative of the surveying voyage of H. M. S. Fly, com
manded by Captain Blackwood. By J. B. Jukes. 2 vols. London,
Kane, 13133, 0. The U. S. Grinnell expedition in search of Sir John Frank
lin; a personal narrative. By Elisha Kent Kane, M. D., U. S. N.
New York, 1853. Gift of the author. Kennedy, 10544, D. A short narrative of the second voyage of the Prince
Albert in search of Sir John Franklin. By William Kennedy, commanding the expedition. With illustrations and a map. London,
Labillardière, 10197, 0. Relation du voyage à la recherche de La Pérouse,
fait par ordre de l'Assemblée constituent 1791, 1794, par M. Labillar
dière. 2 vols. A Paris, 1811. Laplace, 10642, 0. Campagne de circumnavigation de la Frégate L'Artémise,
pendant les années 1837, 1838, 1839 et 1840, sous le commandement
de M. Laplace. 2 tom. Paris, 1841. Lord, 10038, D. Sir John Franklin and the Arctic regions. By P. L.
Simmonds, to which is added an account of the American expedition,
with an introduction. By John C. Lord, D. D. Buffalo, 1852. Lynch, 9889, D. Naval life; or observations afloat and ashore. The mid
sbipman. By W. F. Lynch, U. S. N. New York, 1851. Mackinnon, 9905,0. Some account of the Falkland Islands, from a six months'
residence in 1838 and 1839. By S. B. Mackinnon, R. N. London,
1840. Melville, 8357, D. 1. Narrative of four months' residence among the natives
of the Marquesas Islands; or a peep at Polynesian life. By Herman
Melville. London, 1846. Middleton, 12927, 0. Vol. for 1852. The geography of Hudson's Bay, with
an appendix containing extracts from the log of Capt. Middleton in
1741. Printed for the Hakluyt Society. London, 1852. Morrell, 7812, D. Scenes, incidents and adventures in the Pacific Ocean ; or
the islands of the Australasian seas, during the cruise of the clipper Margaret Oakley, under Capt. Benjamin Morrell. By Thomas Jef
ferson Jacobs. New York, 1844. Olmsted, 7217, D. Incidents of a whaling voyage. By Francis Allyn Olm
sted. New York, 1841. Osborn, 10144 & 10180, D. Stray leaves from an Arctic journal; or eighteen
months in the Polar regions, in search of Sir John Franklin's expedition, in the years 1850, '51. By Lieut. Sherard Osborn. Lon.
don, 1852. Peck, 10714, D. Melbourne and the Chincha Islands, with sketches of Lima,
and a voyage round the world. By George W. Peck. New York,
1854. Perkins, 13190, 0. Na Motu; or reef rovings in the South Seas; a narra
tive of adventures at the Hawaiian, Georgian and Society Islands ; with maps, twelve original illustrations, and an appendix relating to the resources of Polynesia. By Edward T. Perkins. New York,
1854. Pfeiffer, 9932, D. & 9988, D. A lady's voyage round the world; a selected
translation from the German of Ida Pfeiffer. By Mrs. Percy Sinnett.
New York, 1852, and London, 1851. Read, 7001, D. The fag ship; or a voyage around the world, in the U. S.
Frigate Columbia, attended by her consort the John Adams, and bearing the broad pennant of Commodore George C. Read. By Fitch W.
Taylor. 2 vols. New York, 1840. 7030, D. Around the world: a narrative of a voyage in the East India
Squadron under Commodore George C. Read. By an officer of the
U. S. Navy. 2 vols. New York, 1840. Reybaud, 10857, 0. La Polynésie et les iles Marquises. Par M. Louis Rey
baud. Paris, 1843. Reynolds, 9219, 0. Voyage of the U. S. frigate Potomac, during the circum
navigation of the globe, in the years 1831–1834. By J. N. Reynolds.
New York, 1835. Richardson, 12742, 0. Arctic searching expedition: a journal of a boat voyage
through Rupert's Land and the Arctic Sea in search of Sir John Franklin. With an appendix on the physical geography of North America. By Sir John Richardson. 2 vols. London, 1851.
Ross, 2284, Q. Narrative of a second voyage in search of a North West Pas
sage, and of a residence in the Arctic Regions, 1829, '30, '31, '32,
'33. By Sir John Ross. London, 1835. 9216 & 9217, 0. The same. Philadelphia, 1835. 11787, 0. 8. Observations on “Voyages of discovery and research
within the Arctic regions, by Sir John Barrow.” By Sir John Ross.
London, 1846. 11687, 0. A voyage of discovery and research in the Southern
Antarctic regions, during the years 1839–43. By Captain Sir James
Clarke Ross. 2 vols. London, 1847. 2563, Q. Ten colored views taken during the Arctic Expedition under
Capt. Sir J. C. Ross. With a summary of the various expeditions
in search of Sir John Franklin. London, 1850. Rundall, 12378, 0. Narratives of voyages towards the North West, in search
of a passage to Cathay and India, 1496 and 1631. By Thomas
Rundall. London. Printed for the Hakluyt Society, 1819. Ruschenberger, 9561 & 9671, 0. A voyage round the world; including an
embassy to Muscat and Siam in 1835, 1836, and 1837. By W. S. W. Ruschenberger, M. D., author of “Three Years in the Pacific."
Philadelphia and London, 1838. Scoresby, 9772, D. The whaleman's adventures in the Southern Ocean, as
gathered by the Rev. H.T. Cheever. Edited by the Rev. W. Scoresby.
London, 1850. Seemann, 13078, 0. Narrative of the voyage of H. M. S. Herald, during the
years 1845–1851, under the command of Capt. Henry Kellett, R. N., K. C. B.; being a circumnavigation of the globe, and three cruises to the Arctic regions in search of Sir John Franklin. By
Berthold Seemann, F. L. S. 2 vols. London, 1853. Shillinglaw, 9591, D. A narrative of Arctic discovery from the earliest period.
By J. J. Shillinglaw. London, 1850. Simmonds, 10038, D. Sir John Franklin and the Arctic regions: with detailed
notices of the expeditions in search of the missing vessels. By P. L. Simmonds. To which is added an account of the American expedi. tion under the patronage of Henry Grinnell, Esq. With an introduction to the American edition by John C. Lord, D.D. Buffalo,
1852. Simpson, 10319 & 11442, 0. The life and travels of Thomas Simpson, the
Arctic discoverer. By his brother, Alexander Simpson. London,
1841 and 1842. By Sir George Simpson. Philadelphia, 1847. Snow, 9751, D. Voyage of the Prince Albert in search of Sir John Franklin.
A narrative of everyday life in the Arctic Seas. By W. Parker
Snow. London, 1851. Sutherland, 10276, D. Journal of a voyage in Baffin's Bay and Barrow Straits
in 1850—1851, by H. M. Ships Lady Franklin and Sophia, under command of Mr. William Penny in search of the missing crews of H. M. ships Erebus and Terror. By Peter C. Sutherland, M. D. 2 vols.
With maps and plates. London, 1852. Taylor, 7001, D. The flag ship; or a voyage around the world, in the U. S.
Frigate Columbia, attended by her consort the John Adams, and bear
ing the broad pennant of Commodore George C. Read. By Fitch W.
Taylor. 2 vols. New York, 1840. Von Wrangell, 10360, 0. Narrative of an expedition to the Polar Sea in the
years 1820,'21,'22 and 23. Commanded by Lieutenant, now Admiral, Ferdinand Von Wrangell, of the Russian Imperial Navy. Edited by
Edward Sabine, R. A. London, 1810. Walpole, 12407, 0. Four years in the Pacific, in Her Majesty's Ship Colling
wood, from 1844 to 1818. By Lieut. the Hon. Fred. Walpole, R.
N. 2 vols. London, 1849. Well, 12614, 0. l. The search for Sir John Franklin. A lecture by Charles
Richard Weld. London, 1851. Wilkes, 11256, 11257 & 11258, 0. Narrative of the United States Exploring
Expedition during the years 1838, 1839, 1810, 1841 and 1842. By Charles Wilkes, U.S. N., Commander of the Expedition. 5 vols, and an Atlas. Philadelphia, 1845. 2468, Q. United States Exploring Expedition, during the years 1838, '39, '40, '41 and '42. Under the command of Charles Wilkes. Eth. nography and Philology. By Horatio Hale, philologist of the Expedition. Philadelphia, 1846. (See also Dana, p. 1143, and Picker
ing, p. 1150.) Williams, 9557 & 9599, 0. A parrative of missionary enterprises in the
South Sea Islands. With remarks upon the natural history of the
1837. London, 1837. Wilson, 9299, 0. Narrative of a voyage round the world. "By T. B. Wilson,
M. D. London, 1835. 6358, D. An bistorical account of the circumnavigation of the globe, and the progress of discovery in the Pacific Ocean, from the voyage of Magellan to the death of Cook. Edinburgh, 1836.
7721, D. Voyages round the world, from the death of Captain Cook to the present time. Edinburgh, 1843.
9770, 0. Narrative of the surveying voyages of His Majesty's ship Adventure and Beagle, between 1826 and 1836, describing their examination of the southern shores of South America; and the Beagle's circumpavigation of the globe. 4 vols. Plates. London, 1839.
9759, D. Rovings in the Pacific from 1837 to 1819. With a glance at California. By a merchant. 2 vols. London, 1851.
12858, O. Arctic Miscellanies. A souvenir of the late Polar search. By the officers and seamen of the expedition. 2d edition. London, 1852.
10780, D. Sandwich Island notes. By a bäolé. New York, 1851.
AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, AND VAN DIEMEN'S LAND.
Adams, 10570, D. A spring in the Canterbury settlements. By C. Warner
Adams, Esq. With engravings. London, 1853. Angus, 8504, D. Savage life and scenes in Australia and New Zealand. Ву
G. F. Angus. 2 vols. London, 1847. Backhouse, 10821, 0. A narrative of a visit to the Australian colonies, by
James Backhouse. London, 1843. Baker, 8238, D. Sydney and Melbourne ; the present state of New South
Wales. By C. I. Baker. London, 1845. Bartlett, 7488, D. New Holland; its colonization, productions and resources.
By T. Bartlett. London, 1843.