London: John Murray, 1829. Four volumes. Half titles. 24mo. Original red cloth, paper labels. Cloth faded, minor soiling, labels lightly chipped. Minor scattered foxing. Good plus. A petit edition of the narrative of two of Franklin's voyages through the Arctic. The Coppermine expedition proved disastrous, with many of his men dying of starvation or scurvy. His following voyage focused on navigating from the Mackenzie River westward to Point Beechey. ARCTIC BIBLIOGRAPHY 5193. PILLING 1329. TPL 7214. WAGNER-CAMP 23:8. (Inventory #: WRCAM50927)
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