View of the Islands in Wolstenholme Sound

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Ross named a large rock here Dalrymple Rock, the south cape for the Duke of Athol, and the north cape for the Earl of Stair. Sir John Wolstenholme (1562?1639) had been one of the sponsors of William Baffin's search for a northwest passage in 1615, when the sound was discovered and named for him. Skene was the Admiralty Midshipman.

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