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Journal Article

On the Probable Course Pursued by Sir John Franklin's Expedition

A. G. Findlay
The Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London
Vol. 26 (1856), pp. 26-35
DOI: 10.2307/1798342
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1798342
Page Count: 16

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Notes and References

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[Footnotes]
  • *
    Dr. Rae's Report, J. R. G. S., vol. xxv. pp. 246-256.
  • *
    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • Sir John Ross in 1829
    • Lieut. Browne (in May, 1851)
    • Lieut. S. Osborn's journey, May 23, 1851
    • Lieut. Wynniatt from the west, May 26, 1851
  • *
    Parliamentary Papers, 1852
  • ' Naut. Mag.,' Nov. 1854, p. 613.
  • Journal of Royal Geographical Society,' vol. xxiii., 1853, pp. 126 and 129.
  • *
    Dr. Scoresby, pp. 216-7
  • Ibid.
  • Dr. Scoresby, pp. 216-7
  • §
    Ibid.
  • Parliamentary Papers, 1851, vol. xxxiii
  • 'Naut. Mag.,' Dec. 1848. VOL. XXVI
  • *
    Purdy's Atlantic Memoir, 1853, pp. 490-493
  • 'Shipping Gazette,' June 18, 1851
  • Ibid., July 4, 1851.
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