[London : G. Berger, 1839?] (London : Whitehead); 9 pages
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Hudsons' Bay Company's Expedition (1837-1839)
Progress of North American discovery for 1838 : we have much pleasure in submitting to the reader the official report of the expedition, dispatched by the Hudson's Bay Company, to complete the discovery successfully begun by Messrs. Dease and Simpson, in 1837 : the furthest point explored was in lat. 68 deg. 43 min. N., and long. 106 deg. 3 min. W., making a total of 120 miles of continental discovery.
CIHM/ICMH microfiche series ; no. 59323
|Published||[London : G. Berger, 1839?] (London : Whitehead)|
FC 02 0203 no. 59323
Arctic regions -- Discovery and exploration -- British.
Régions arctiques -- Découverte et exploration britanniques.
|Document source||Filmed from a copy of the original publication held by the Metropolitan Toronto Library, Canadian History Department.|
1 microfiche (5 fr.).
Signed: P.W. Dease, Chief factor, T. Simpson.
Dated: Fort Conference, Great Bear Lake, 1838.
In double columns.
An excerpt from "The Literary World", London, May 11, 1839, v. 1, no. 7.
p. 102-105 ; 22 cm. (8 vo.).