Papers Relating to the Expedition of Captain Sir John Franklin
The papers in this group number 35, and form the most voluminous of the three sections, totaling 2979 pages. Beginning with a copy of Franklin's sailing orders, they also include the instructions given to James Clark Ross, initiating the search. They then proceed through a long series of instructions, proceedings, and journals of Anderson, Austin, Belcher, Collinson, De Haven, Frederick, Hooper, Inglefield, Kane, Kellett, Kennedy, Maguire, M'Clure, M'Cormick, Moore, Penny, Pullen, Rae, Richards on, James Clark Ross, John Ross, Saunders, Simpson, Stewart, Trollope, and others: it is a roll call of the Franklin Searchers, complete but for the records of the man who solved the problem that all concentrated upon --- M'Clintock, whose successful voya ge in the Fox in 1858-9, occurred after the British Admiralty had abandoned the search.

In addition, there are proceedings of boards of enquiries, and the expression of private opinions concerning the Franklin problem, as one man's mind after another was dredged for new proposed plans of search. Interspersed throughout, are copious ext racts of correspondence between various people and agencies engaged on the problem. Individual papers are of great variety of size and of subject. One deals with the "...Adjudication of £10,000 as a Reward for ascertaining the Fate of the Crews of Her Majesty's Ships Erebus and Terror;" another, investigating the possibility of food poisoning of Franklin and his men, mentions "the state of the Salt Provisions issued to Her Majesty's Ships on the West India Station during the Year 1851". From it all, came not the answer to the question of Franklin's fate, but the northward advance of our knowledge of the lands fringing the icy seas of the continent, the accomplishment of the Northwest Passage, and the recorded obs ervations of details of the coasts which, in most cases, have not been improved upon since. This series of papers dealing with the Franklin Search forms the richest source of written material extant concerning the Canadian Arctic Archipelago, and remains in the same hopelessly disarranged condition in which it was bequeathed to us a century ago.

1846
Navy Estimates, for the year 1846-47. No. 1, Wages to Seamen and Marines, (A) Explanatory Statement (pp. 5-7).
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed,
13 February 1846.

(62 pp.) Great Britain, Parliament, Sessional Papers, House of Commons, Accounts and papers (2), Estimates, 1846, No. 51,
Vol. XXVI, pp. 183-246.

1848a
Arctic Expedition. Return to an Address of the Honourable The House of Commons, dated 21 March 1848; -- for,
"Copies of Instructions to Captain Sir John Franklin, R.N.:, in reference to the Arctic Expedition of 1845:"
"And, Copies or Extracts of any Proceedings and Correspondence of the Admiralty in reference to Arctic Expeditions, from 1845 to the present Time, together with Copies of Charts illustrating the same."
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed, 13 April 1848.

(84 pp., 5 charts). Great Britain, Parliament, Sessional Papers, House of Commons, Accounts and Papers, 1847-48, No. 264,
Vol. XLI, pp. 163-256.

1848b
Arctic Expedition. Return to an Address of the Honourable The House of Commons, dated 26 May 1848; -- for,
A "Copy of the Orders from the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, under which Captain Sir James Clark Ross, R.N., has proceeded on an Expedition in search of Captain Sir John Franklin, R.N."
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed, 7 June 1848.

(4 pp.) Great Britain, Parliament, Sessional Papers, House of Commons, Accounts and Papers, 1847-48, No. 386, Vol. XLI,
pp. 257-60.

1849a
Arctic Expedition (North Star). Expense of the Estimates of the Equipment of Her Majesty's Ship North Star; and Copy of Minute of the Board of Admiralty respecting the Equipment of the North Star, for the purpose of taking out a Supply of Provisions, &c. for the Crews of Her Majesty's Ships Investigator and Enterprise, employed on an expedition to the Arctic Regions.
(Presented to parliament by Her Majesty's Command.)
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed, 23 March 1849.

(2 pp.) Great Britain, Parliament, Sessional Papers, House of Commons, Accounts and papers, 1849, No. 152, Vol. XXXI,
pp. 203-4.

1849b
Arctic Expeditions. Return to an Order of the Honourable The House of Commons, dated 15 March 1849; -- for,
Extracts "of any Proceedings or Correspondence of the Admiralty, in reference to the Arctic Expeditions. -- (In continuation of Parliamentary Papers, Nos. 264 and 386, of Session 1848, up to the present Time.)"
Admiralty, 27 March 1849, J.H. Hay, Chief Clerk.
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed, 30 March 1849.

(28 pp.) Great Britain, Parliament, Sessional Papers, House of Commons, Accounts and Papers, 1849, No. 188, Vol. XXXII,
pp. 177-204.

1849c
Arctic Expeditions. Further Return to an Order of the Honourable The House of Commons, dated 15 March 1849: -- for,
Copies or Extracts "of any Proceedings or Correspondence of the Admiralty, in reference to the Arctic Expeditions. -- (In continuation of Parliamentary Papers, Nos. 264 and 386 of Session 1848, up to the present time)"
Return of the Opinions of the most experienced Officers connected with the Arctic Expeditions, on the Necessity of sending a Ship to the Entrance of Lancaster Sound, with Supplies for Sir James Ross's Exp edition; and their joint Opinion as to certain Measures proposed to be adopted.
Admiralty, 19 April 1849, T. Crofton Croker, For the Chief Clerk.
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed, 20 April 1849.

(12 pp.) Great Britain, Parliament, Sessional Papers, House of Commons, Accounts and Papers, 1849. No. 188-II, Vol. XXXII, pp. 205-16.

1849d
Arctic Expedition. Return to an Address of the Honourable The House of Commons, dated 11 June 1849: -- for,
"Copy of any Communication from Her Majesty's Consul at Washington to her Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, in reference to Measures adopted by the Government of the United States, on the subject of the Expedition sent forth by this country, under Command of Sir John Franklin, to the Arctic Seas."
Correspondence with Her Majesty's Charge´ d'Affaires at Washington, respecting the Intention of the Government of the United States to send Two Ships of War in Search of
Sir John Franklin's Expedition to the Arctic Seas.
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed, 13 June 1849.

(2 pp.) Great Britain, Parliament, Sessional Papers, House of Commons, Accounts and Papers, 1849, No. 387, Vol. XXXII,
pp. 217-8.

1849e
Arctic Expedition. Copy of a Report from Sir John Richardson, dated Fort Confidence, Great Bear Lake, 16th September 1848, reporting his Proceedings in Search of Sir John Franklin's Expedition.
(Presented to Parliament by Her Majesty's Command)
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed, 12 July 1849.

(4 pp.) Great Britain, Parliament, Sessional Papers, House of Commons, Accounts and papers, 1849, No. 497, Vol. XXXII, pp. 219-22.

1850a
Arctic Expedition. Return to an Order of the Honourable The House of Commons, dated 5 February 1850; -- for,
Copies "of any Reports or Statements from the Officers employed in the Arctic Expeditions, or from any other Persons, which have been laid before the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, in respect to the Resumption of the Search for Sir John Franklin's Expedition:"
"Of any Plan or Plans of Search, whether by Ships or Boats, up to the present Date:"
"Copy or Extracts from any Correspondence or Proceedings of the Board of Admiralty, in relation to the Arctic Expeditions (since the Date of the last Return to this House in 1849):"
"Copies of the Orders issued by the Board of Admiralty to the Captains Collinson, Kellett and Moore, and to Lieutenant Pullen; and also, Copy of the Instructions given to Dr. Rae, through the Hudso n's Bay Company:"
"Of any Reports made by any Officer or Officers employed in the late Expeditions, and addressed to the Board of Admiralty:"
"And, of the latest Chart of the Polar Sea compiled by Order of the Board of Admiralty -- (in continuation of Parliamentary Papers, Nos. 264 and 386, of Session 1848, and of Nos. 188 and 387, of Session 1849)."
Admiralty, 4 March 1850. J.H. Hay, Chief Clerk.
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed, 5 March 1850.

(vi Ý 157 pp., sketch, 2 charts). Great Britain, Parliament, Sessional Papers, House of Commons, Accounts and Papers, 1850, No. 107, Vol. XXXV, pp. 175-342.

1850b
Arctic Expedition. Return to an Order of the Honourable The House of Commons, dated 12 April 1850; -- for,
An Account "of the Charge for the Purchase, Repair, and Outfit of the Vessels now fitting for the Arctic Expedition".
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed, 23 May 1850.

(2pp.) Great Britain, Parliament, Sessional Papers, House of Commons, Accounts and Papers, 1850, No. 368, Vol. XXXV,
pp. 343-4.

1850c
Arctic Expeditions. Return to an Address of the Honourable The House of Commons, dated 10 May 1850; -- for,
"Copies of Instructions from the Admiralty to Captain Austin, R.N., C.B., and to any other Officers in Her Majesty's Service engaged in Arctic Expeditions, since the Date of the last Parliamentary Return."
Admiralty, 28 May 1850. J.H. Hay, Chief Clerk.
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed, 31 May 1850.

(6 pp.) Great Britain, Parliament, Sessional Papers, House of Commons, Reports and Papers, 1850, No. 397, Vol. XXV,
pp. 345-50.

1851a
Arctic Expeditions. Return to an Address of the Honourable The House of Commons, dated 7 February 1851; -- for,
"Copy or Extracts from any Correspondence or Proceedings of the Board of Admiralty, in relation to the Arctic Expeditions, including those more recently sent forth in resumption of the Search for that under the Command of Sir John Franklin:"
"Copies of any Instructions from the Admiralty to any Officers in Her Majesty's Service, engaged in Arctic Expeditions, since the Date of the last Parliamentary Return on the said subject (in continuation of Parliamentary papers, No. 1 07 and No. 397 of Session 1850):"
"And, Copy or Extracts from any Correspondence or Communications from the Government of the United States, or from Her Majesty's Minister at Washington, in relation to any Search to be made on the part of the United States, or f rom its Territory, for the Expedition under Sir John Franklin."
Admiralty, 7 March 1851, J.H. Hay, Chief Clerk.
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed, 7 March 1851.

(iv Ý 106 pp., 2 charts). Great Britain, Parliament, Sessional Papers, House of Commons, Accounts and Papers, 1851, No. 97, Vol. XXXIII, pp. 195-308.

1852a
Arctic Expeditions. Report of the Committee Appointed by the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty to Inquire into and Report on the Recent Arctic Expeditions in Search of Sir John Franklin, together with the Mi nutes of Evidence taken before the Committee, and Papers connected with the Subject.
Presented to Both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty. London. Printed by George Edward Eyre and William Spottiswoode, Printers to the Queen's Most Ex cellent Majesty. For Her Majesty's Stationery Office: 1852.

(lix Ý 199 pp., 2 sketches, 2 charts). Great Britain, Parliament, Sessional Papers, House of Commons, Accounts and Papers, 1852, Vol. L, No. /1435/, pp. 1-268.

1852b
Additional Papers Relative to the Arctic Expedition under the Orders of Captain Austin and Mr. William Penny.
Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty. London: Printed by George Edward Eyre and William Spottiswoode, Printers to the Queen's Most Exc ellent Majesty. For Her Majesty's Stationery Office. 1852.

(iii 368pp., 66 sketches, 28 charts). Great Britain, Parliament, Sessional Papers, House of Commons, Accounts and Papers, 1852, Vol. L, No. /1436/, pp. 269-668.

1852c
Arctic Expedition. Further Correspondence and Proceedings connected with the Arctic Expedition.
Presented to both Houses of Parliament of Command of Her Majesty. London: Printed by George Edward Eyre and William Spottiswoode, Printers to the Queen's Most Exce llent Majesty. For Her Majesty's Stationery Office. 1852.

(216 pp., 9 sketches, 4 charts). Great Britain, Parliament, Sessional Papers, House of Commons, Accounts and papers, 1852, Vol. L, No. /1449/, pp. 669-890.

1852d
Copy of an Account of the Naval Receipt and Expenditure, for the year ended the 31st March 1851.
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed,
3 February 1852.

(6 pp.) Great Britain, Parliament, Sessional Papers, House of Commons, Accounts and Papers, 1852, No. 14, Vol. XXX,
pp. 191-6.

1852e
Preserved Meats (Navy). Return to an Order of the Honourable The House of Commons, dated 5 February 1852; -- for,
Returns "showing the Date and Terms of all Contracts for Preserved Meat for the Use of Her Majesty's Navy with Goldner; also the Quantities issued since the commencement of the above Contracts; specifying the Quantities fit for Use, as well as the Quantities either Condemned or returned into Store as unfit for use, from any of Her Majesty's Stores or Ships, whether at Home or Abroad:
"Complaints when first made; and whether, after such Complaints, further Contracts were entered into with the same Parties:"
"Whether these Meats were issued to the Arctic Voyagers:"
"Whether Captain Austin's Stores were examined and found bad; and if so, were they served from Goldner's Contract:"
"Of the Quantity of Cases, if any, the Contractor has been allowed to withdraw from her Majesty's Stores after having supplied the same, stating how long such Cases had been in Store:"
"Of Complaints, if any, made of the state of the Salt Provisions issued to Her Majesty's Ships on the West India Station during the Year 1851; showing the Extra Quantity issued to make up the Regulated Allowance, and the Quantities Condemned or Sold on Her Majesty's account:"
"And the Contract Prices of Beef and Pork for the Years 1848, 1849, 1850, and 1851."
Admiralty, 12 February 1852. J.H. Hay, Chief Clerk,
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed,
13 February 1852.

(6 pp.) Great Britain, Parliament, Sessional Papers, House of Commons, Accounts and papers, 1852, No. 59, Vol. XXX,
pp. 317-22.

1852f
Arctic Expeditions. Return to an Address of the Honourable, The House of Commons, dated 20 February 1852; -- for,
"Papers in connection with the late Arctic Expeditions, or with any which may be in preparation. -- (In continuation of the Papers presented to The House on the 7th March 1851, and on the
3rd February 1852.)"
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed, 27 February 1852.

(18 pp.) Great Britain, Parliament, Sessional Papers, House of Commons, Accounts and Papers, 1852, No. 115, Vol. L,
pp. 891-908.

1852g
Arctic Expedition. Return to an Order of the Honourable The House of Commons, dated 6 April 1852; -- for,
Copy "of the Report of Dr. Rae, of the Proceedings of the Arctic Searching Expedition under his Command, since the 10th day of June last, with a Sketch of his Route."
Admiralty, 6 April 1852, J.H. Hay, Chief Clerk.
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed, 6 April 1852.

(12 pp., chart). Great Britain, Parliament, Sessional Papers, House of Commons, Accounts and Papers, 1852, No. 248, Vol. L,
pp. 909-22.

1852h
Arctic Expedition. Return to an Order of the Honourable The House of Commons, dated 4 May 1852; -- for,
A Return "of the Sailing Orders given to Sir Edward Belcher relating to the Arctic Expedition."
Admiralty, 6 May 1852. J.H. Hay, Chief Clerk.
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed, 7 May 1852.

(4 pp.) Great Britain, Parliament, Sessional Papers, House of Commons, Accounts and Papers, 1852, No. 317, Vol. L, pp. 935-8.

1852j Arctic Expedition. Return to an Order of the Honourable The House of Commons, dated 6 April 1852; -- for,
A Copy "of any further Correspondence which has been transmitted to the Admiralty between Admiral Sir John Ross and the Danish Inspector-General, touching the Fate of the Expedition under Sir John Franklin."
Admiralty, 18 May 1852. J.H. Hay, Chief Clerk.
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed, 21 May 1852.

(12 pp.) Great Britain, Parliament, Sessional Papers, House of Commons, Accounts and Papers, 1852, No. 390, Vol. L,
pp. 923-34.

1852k
Vessels in the North Atlantic. Return to an Address of the Honourable The House of Commons, dated 4 June 1852; -- for,
"Copies of Communications between the Admiralty and any Public Authorities at Home and Abroad, in reference to certain Vessels observed on an Iceberg in the North Atlantic in 1851, and supposed to have been Abandoned."
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed, 22 June 1852.

(40 pp. , 2 sketches, chart). Great Britain, Parliament, Sessional Papers, House of Commons, Accounts and Papers, 1852, No. 501, Vol. L, pp. 939-82.

1852m
Arctic Expeditions. Return to an Address of the Honourable The House of Commons, date 19 November 1852; -- for,
"Copies of any Correspondence received at the Admiralty from Sir Edward Belcher's Squadron, detailing the Proceedings thereof since leaving Greenhithe, and from any other of the Arctic Expeditions since the Dates o f the last Returns from the same respectively:"
"Of any Communications received at the Admiralty from Mr. Kennedy, of the Prince Albert Discovery Ship:"
"Of Correspondence from Commander Inglefield, of the Screw Vessel Isabel, reporting his Discoveries and Proceedings in the Polar Sea:"
"Of any Plans or Suggestions of Search for Rear-Admiral Sir John Franklin, and the Ships and Crews of his Expedition:"
"And, of any further Correspondence on the subject of the Arctic Regions, since the last laid before this House in the late Session (in continuation of Arctic Papers, Session 1852)."
Admiralty, 16 December 1852. J.H. Hay, Chief Clerk.
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed,
20 December 1852.

(iv Ý 88 pp., 3 charts). Great Britain, Parliament, Sessional Papers, House of Commons, Accounts and Papers, 1852-53, No. 82,
Vol. LX, pp. 125-224.

1853a
Ship Rattlesnake. Return to an Order of the Honourable The House of Commons, dated 27 April 1853; -- for,
Copies of Extracts "of any Minutes or other Documents connected with the Selection by the late Board of Admiralty of the Ship Rattlesnake, in preference to a Steamer, for the purpose of endeavouring to communicate with the Pl over:"
"And, Copies of Instructions given by the Board of Admiralty to the Captain of the Rattlesnake."
Admiralty, 3 May 1853. J.H. Hay, Chief Clerk.
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed, 4 May 1853.

(4 pp.) Great Britain, Parliament, Sessional Papers, House of Commons, Accounts and Papers, 1852-53, No. 444, Vol. LX,
pp. 75-8.

1853b
Arctic Regions. Return to an Order of the Honourable The House of Commons, dated 1 August 1853; -- for,
Copies "of the Sailing Orders and Instructions to Commander Inglefield, of Her Majesty's Ship Phoenix, employed in the Arctic Regions;"
"Of the Instructions to Mr. Kennedy, in command of the Isabel, which vessel is also employed in the Arctic Regions:"
"Of any Orders and Instructions given to Captain Collinson, of the Enterprise, of a later date that the 15th day of January 1850:"
"And, of any Reports received from Captain Collinson of a later date than the 9th day of July 1851."
Admiralty, 19 August 1853. John Jones Dyer, Acting Chief Clerk.
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed, 20 August 1853.

(4 pp.) Great Britain, Parliament, Sessional Papers, House of Commons, Accounts and Papers, 1852-53, No. 1013, Vol. LX,
pp. 121-4.

1854a
Papers Relative to the Recent Arctic Expeditions in Search of Sir John Franklin and the Crews of H.M.S. Erebus and Terror.
Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty. London: Printed by George Edward Eyre and William Spottiswoode, Printers to the Queen's Most Exc ellent Majesty. For Her Majesty's Stationery Office. 1854.

(225 pp., 26 sketches, 5 charts). Great Britain, Parliament, Sessional Papers, House of Commons, Accounts and Papers, 1854, No. /1725/, Vol. XLII, pp. 101-338.

1854b
Arctic Expeditions. Return to an Address of the Honourable The House of Commons, dated 17 March 1854; -- for,
"Copy of Letter addressed by Lady Franklin to the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, dated the 24th day of February 1854, in reference to their Lordships' Announcement in the London Gazette of the 20th day of January 1854, re specting the Officers and Crews of Her Majesty's Ships Erebus and Terror; and of a Copy of such Notice."
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed, 24 March 1854.

(14 pp.) Great Britain, Parliament, Sessional Papers, House of Commons, Accounts and Papers, 1854, No. 129, Vol. XLII,
pp.339-52.

1854c
Arctic Expedition. Return to an Order of the Honourable The House of Commons, dated 4 April, 1854, -- for,
Copies "of any Instructions which have either been Issued, or hereafter may be Issued, during the present Season, to the Commanders of Her Majesty's Ships now engaged in the Arctic Regions in the Search for Sir John Franklin' s Expedition."
Admiralty, 7 April 1854. John Jones Dyer, Chief Clerk.
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed, 7 April 1854.

(4 pp.) Great Britain, Parliament, Sessional Papers, House of Commons, Accounts and Papers, 1854, No. 171, Vol. XLII,
pp. 353-6.

1854d
Arctic Expedition. Instructions from the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty for the Arctic Expedition.
(Presented to Parliament by Her Majesty's Command.)
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed, 28 April 1854.

(4 pp.) Great Britain, Parliament, Sessional Papers, House of Commons, Accounts and Papers, 1854, No. 200, Vol. XLII,
pp. 357-60.


1855a
Further Papers relative to the recent Arctic Expeditions in search of Sir John Franklin and the Crews of H.M.S. Erebus and Terror.
Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty. January 1855. London: Printed by George Edward Eyre and William Spottiswoode, Printers t o the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty. For Her Majesty's Stationery Office. 1855.

(iv Ý 958 pp., 74 sketches, 37 charts). Great Britain, Parliament, Sessional Papers, House of Commons, Accounts and Papers,
1854-55, No. /1898/, Vol. XXXV, pp. 1-1010.

1855b
Estimates &c. Civil Services, for the Year ending 31 March, 1856. Item 43 -- Arctic Discoverers (Rewards). Item 44 -- Monument to Sir John Franklin.
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed, 27 March 1855.

(46 pp.) Great Britain, Parliament, Sessional Papers, House of Commons, Accounts and Papers, 1854-55, No. 140-VII,
Vol. XXXI, pp. 619-66.

1855c
Arctic Expeditions. Return to an Order of the Honourable The House of Commons, dated 29 March 1855, -- for,
A Return "of the Cost of the Further Papers relative to the recent Arctic Expeditions, presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty in January 1855; distinguishing under each head the Expense of Paper, Printing, Lit hographing of Charts and Illustrations, and other Expenses, and of the Number of Copies Printed, and Distribution of the Same."
Her Majesty's Stationery Office 13 April 1855. J.R. McCulloch, Comptroller.
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed, 18 April 1855.

(2 pp.) Great Britain, Parliament, Sessional Papers, House of Commons, Accounts and Papers, 1854-55, No. 181, Vol. XLIV,
pp. 189-90.

1855d
Report from the Select Committee on Arctic Expedition; together with the Proceedings of the Committee, Minutes of Evidence, and Appendix.
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed, 20 July 1855.

(xx Ý 38 pp., chart). Great Britain, Parliament, Sessional Papers, House of Commons, Reports from Committees, 1854-55, No. 409, Vol. VII, pp. 1-60.


1856
Further Papers Relative to the Recent Arctic Expeditions in Search of Sir J. Franklin, and the Crews of Her Majesty's Ships Erebus and Terror; including the Reports of Dr. Kane and Messrs. Anderson and Stewart . And Correspondence relative to the Adjudication of £10,000 as a Reward for ascertaining the Fate of the Crews of Her Majesty's Ships Erebus and Terror. (In continuation of Papers present ed in September 1854-5).
Presented to The House of Commons, 1856. London: Printed by Harrison and Sons.

(vi Ý 96 pp., 2 charts). Great Britain, Parliament, Sessional Papers, House of Commons, Accounts and Papers, 1856, No. /2124/,
Vol. XLI, pp. 111-216.


1858
Correspondence respecting H.M.S. Resolute, and the Arctic Expedition.
Presented to The House of Commons by Command of Her Majesty, in pursuance of their Address dated May 21, 1858. London: Printed by Harrison and Sons.

(ii Ý 40 pp., chart). Great Britain, Parliament, Sessional Papers, House of Commons, Accounts and Papers, 1857-58, No. /2416/, Vol. LX, pp. 11-52.

 

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