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Van Rensselaer, Solomon. A narrative

    Part of the United States of North

        of the affair of Queenstown [1836],

        America

        288

    Plan of the city of Washington

    [The battle at Queenstown, 1812]

    A new map of Upper and Lower

 

        Canada

Wait, Benjamin. Letters from Van

    A plan of the city of Quebec

        Dieman's Land [1843], 289

    An eye sketch of the Falls of Niagara

    Van Dieman's Island

Willis, Nathaniel Parker. Canadian

Weld, Isaac. Travels through the states

        scenery illustrated [1842], 294

        of North America [1799], 291

        Canada

   

EXPLORATION OF THE ARCTIC

   

Back, Sir George. Narrative of the Arctic

Hearne, Samuel. A journey from Prince

        land expedition [1836], 296

        of Wales's Fort [1795], 303

    Map of the discoveries and route of

    A map exhibiting Mr. Hearne's tracks

        the Arctic land expedition

        in his two journies for the discovery

Barrow, Sir John. A chronological

        of the Copper Mine River

        history of voyages into the Arctic

    A plan of the Copper-Mine River

        regions [1818], 297

    A plan of Albany River in Hudson's

    Map of the Arctic regions

        Bay

 

    Plan of Moos River in Hudson's Bay

Chappell, Edward. Narrative of a

    Plan of Slude river

        voyage to Hudson's Bay [1817], 298

 

    Map of the Great Nelson River from

Letters written during the late voyage

        the Great Lake Winnipeg to the

        [1821], 304

        Gull Lake

    Chart of the discoveries made by

 

        Capt. Parry in 1819-20

 

Lyon, George Francis. A brief narrative

Dobbs, Arthur. An account of the

        of an unsuccessful attempt to reach

        countries adjoining to Hudsonís

        Repulse Bay [1825], 305

        Bay [1744], 299

    Chart of Hudson's Strait & Sir Thos.

    A new map of part of North America

    Rowe's Welcome

        from the latitude of 40 to 68 degrees

Lyon, George Francis. The private

 

        journal of Captain G. F. Lyon

Ellis, Henry. A voyage to Hudson's Bay

        [1824], 306

        [1748], 300

    General chart shewing the track of

A new chart of the parts where a

        H. M. ships Fury and Hecla

        North West Passage was sought in

 

        The years 1746 and 1747

Parry, Sir William Edward. Journal of

 

        a second voyage for the discovery

Franklin, Sir John. Narrative of a

        of a North-west passage [1824], 311

        journey to the shores of the Polar

    Entrance to Duke of York Bay

        Sea [1823] 301

    Plan of Hurd Channel

    Route of the expedition from York

    Eskimaux chart no. 1

        Factory to Cumberland House

    Eskimaux chart no. 2

    Route of the expedition from Isle a

    Eskimaux chart no. 3

        la Gross to Fort Providence

    General chart shewing the track of

 

        H, M. ships Fury and Hecla

    A chart of the discoveries & route of

    Chart of the northern shore of

        the northern land expedition

         Hudson's Strait

    An outline to shew the connected

 

        discoveries of Captains Ross, Parry,

    Chart of a part of the north eastern

        & Franklin

        coast of America . . 1821.† 1822

 

    Chart of a part of the north eastern

Goodsir, Robert Anstruther. An Arctic

        coast of America . . . 1822-23

        voyage to Baffin's Bay and

Parry, Sir William Edward. Journal of

        Lancaster Sound [185C], 302

        a third voyage for the discovery of a

    [Map showing the route of the voyage]

        North-west passage [1826], 312

   

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