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" I will not anticipate, it will then be quite unnecessary to penetrate farther to the westward for our relief, as by the period that any vessel could reach that port we must, from want of provisions, all have perished ; in such a case, I would submit that... "
The discovery of the North-west Passage - Page 326
by Sir Robert John Le Mesurier McClure - 1857 - 405 pages
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The Nautical Magazine: A Journal of Papers on Subjects Connected ..., Volume 22

Shipping - 1853
...being carried into the Polar Sea or smashed in Barrow Straits, and no survivors left; if such should be the case, which, however, I will not anticipate, it will then be quite unnecessary to penetrate further westward for our relief, as by the period that any vessel could reach that port, we must from...
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The North-west Passage: Capt

Sir Robert John Le Mesurier McClure - Northwest Passage - 1853 - 48 pages
...case, which, however, 1 will not anticipate, it will then be quite unnecessary to penetrate further to the westward for our relief, as by the period that...submit that the officer may be directed to return, and by no means incur the danger of losing other lives in quest of those who will then be no more. As,...
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Harper's Magazine, Volume 14

Henry Mills Alden, Thomas Bucklin Wells, Lee Foster Hartman, Frederick Lewis Allen - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1857
...catastrophe has happened, either from our being carried into the Polar Sea, or smashed in Barrow's Strait, and no survivors left. If such be the case, which,...of provisions, all have perished. In such a case, / would submit that the officers mai/ be directed to return, and by no means incur the danger of losing...
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Arctic adventure by sea and land: from the earliest date to the last ...

Epes Sargent - Arctic regions - 1857 - 480 pages
... which, however, I will not anticipate, it will then be quite unnecessary to penetrate further to the westward for our relief, as, by the period...perished. In such a case, I would submit that the officers may be directed to return, and by no means incur the danger of losing other lives in quest...
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ARTIC ADVENTURE BY SEA AND LAND

SIR. JOHN FRANKLIN - 1857
...catastrophe has happened, either from our being carried into the Polar Sea, or smashed in Barrow's Strait, and no survivors left. If such be the case, which,... it will then be quite unnecessary to penetrate further to the westward for our relief, as, by the period that any vessel could reach that port, we...
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Arctic Explorations and Discoveries During the Nineteenth Century: Being ...

Samuel Mosheim Smucker - Arctic regions - 1857 - 517 pages
...catastrophe has happened, either from our being carried into the Polar Sea, or smashed in Barrow's Strait, and no survivors left. If such be the case, which,... it will then be quite unnecessary to penetrate further to the westward for our relief, as, by the period that any vessel could reach that port, we...
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Our sailors; or, Anecdotes of the ... British navy during the reign of queen ...

William Henry G. Kingston - 1863
...such should be the case, it will then be quite unnecessary to penetrate further to the westward to our relief, as by the period that any vessel could...from want of provisions, all have perished ; in such case I would submit that the officer may be directed to return, and by no means incur the danger of...
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Heroes of Britain in Peace and War, Volume 1

Edwin Hodder - Reformers - 1878
...and no survivors left. If such be the case, which, however, I will not anticipate, it will be then quite unnecessary to penetrate farther to the westward...as by the period that any vessel could reach that part, we must, from want of provisions, all have perished; in such a case I would submit that the officer...
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The great white North: the story of polar exploration from the earliest ...

Helen Saunders Wright - Arctic regions - 1910 - 489 pages
...catastrophe has happened, either from our being carried into the Polar Sea, or smashed in Barrow's Strait, and no survivors left. If such be the case, which,... it will then be quite unnecessary to penetrate further to the westward for our relief, as, by the period that any vessel could reach that port, we...
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Harper's Magazine, Volume 14

Henry Mills Alden, Thomas Bucklin Wells, Lee Foster Hartman, Frederick Lewis Allen - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1857
...catastrophe has happened, either from our being carried into the Polar Sea, or smashed in Barrow's Strait, and no survivors left. If such be the case, which,...reach that port, we must, from want of provisions, all hare perished. In such a case, / would submit that the officers may be directed to return, and by no...
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