Track of H.M. Ships Isabella and Alexander

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Coburg Bay, Cape Leopold & Princess Charlottes Monument Track of H.M. Ships Isabella and Alexander [left] Marshuik. [right] Meigack. Arctic Highlanders, Natives of Lat. 77 North Long. 65 West. Cape Byam Martin, Possession Mount, and Cape Fanshaw, discovered Sept 1st, 1818 by H.M.S Isabella Crews of the Isabella and Alexander, Sawing a passage through the Ice. Sir George Hope's Monument and Land, on the North side of Lancaster Bay Meteorological Register of His Majesty's Ship Isabella [Aug-Sept] Meteorological Register of His Majesty's Ship Isabella [June-July] A Remarkable Iceberg. Lat. 70' 45 N. June 17, 1818.
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