Reference numberMS/126
TitleScientific records from the 1818 Arctic expedition, by Edward Sabine
DateApril-November 1818
DescriptionRecords kept by Edward Sabine during the North-West Passage expedition led by Sir John Ross (1777-1856) aboard HMS 'Isabella' and accompanied by HMS 'Alexander' under Lieutenant William Edward Parry. The expedition reached Lancaster Sound at the north end of Baffin Island and entered Lancaster Sound.
Extent5 volumes
Physical descriptionPaper
DimensionsVarious sizes
Access statusOpen
Related materialMS/119; MS/239; MS/257;
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