Reference numberDM/3/122
TitleLetter from WE Parry, Admiralty, to John Barrow, Admiralty
Date10 January 1826
DescriptionDescribing the specific objects which Parry wishes to accomplish in the event of him being permitted to undertake a North Pole expedition, including the motion of the ice and depth of the sea near the pole; the change in temperature; the state of animal and vegetable life at the pole and magnetic observations.
Extent4 sides
Access statusOpen
Access conditionsOPEN - but photocopying forbidden.
Fellows associated with this archive
NA7481Parry; Sir; William Edward (1790 - 1855)1790 - 1855
NA2824Barrow; Sir; John (1764 - 1848)1764 - 1848
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