Published 1818 by Published by James Eastburn ... Abraham Paul, printer in New York .
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|Statement||By the Hon. D. Barrington. A new ed. With an appendix, containing papers on the same subject, and on a Northwest passage. By Colonel Beaufoy, F. R. S. Illustrated with a map of the North Pole, according to the latest discoveries.|
|Contributions||Beaufoy, Mark, 1764-1827.|
|LC Classifications||G605 .B25|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, -187 p.|
|Number of Pages||187|
|LC Control Number||05039011|
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New York, Published by James Eastburn. Get this from a library. The possibility of approaching the North pole asserted. [Daines Barrington; Mark Beaufoy] -- A compilation of historical facts connected with the search for the North West Passage. Based on oral and written recollections of numerous navigators, sea-traders, whalers, and explorers (e.g.
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A rare 19 th-century book of voyages and geography of the North Pole by Daines Barrington. Daines Barrington ( – ) was an English lawyer, antiquary and naturalist. The NORTH POLE is more than a story of the attainment itself but offers insight into the determination of a man who on four previous attempts failed to reach his goal.
Then in at age fifty-two, he again set forth for the Arctic aboard the Roosevelt, a specifically designed ship for approaching the Polar Ice Cap/5(11). A rare 19 th-century book of voyages and geography of the North Pole by Daines Barrington.
Daines Barrington ( – ) was an English lawyer, antiquary and naturalist. Main author: Daines Barrington; Mark Beaufoy.
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out of 5 stars Ninety Degrees North: The Quest for the North Pole. Reviewed in the United States on Verified Purchase. A truly outstanding book which provides the reader with an almost tactile sense of what Polar explorers went through to open up this remote part of the planet to the public and the scientific community.
The /5(33). References. Barrington, Daines and Beaufoy, Mark () Possibility of Approaching the North Pole Asserted Clayton, Jane M. () Ships employed in the South Sea Whale Fishery from Britain: An alphabetical list of ships.
(Berforts Group). ISBN ; Demerliac, Alain (). La Marine de Louis XVI: Nomenclature des Navires Français de Fate: Lost The Butterworth Squadron was a British commercial group of three vessels, Butterworth, Jackal, and Prince Lee Boo, that sailed for the Pacific Ocean from London via Cape Horn in late The principals financing the expedition were Alderman William Curtis, London ship-owner Theophilus Pritzler, and probably John Perry, a Blackwall leader of the Fate: Last listed in Lloyd's Register in In there was published in New York an American edition of a book entitled, "The Possibility of Approaching the North Pole Asserted," by the Hon.
Barrington: A new edition with an appendix containing Papers on the same Subject and on a North-west Passage, by Colonel Beaufoy, F. Barrington, as well as Beaufoy, was a Fellow of the. Conditions of Sale ABSENTEE BIDS: Because of the manner in which our online system processes and transmits left bids, Eldred's does not receive bid information until the exact moment of sale.
Because the bidding console does not differentiate between left bids and live bids, the first bid accepted by the auctioneer is the winning bid, regardless of the time the bid. The North Pole is one of the least explored places on our planet because of the unfavorable climatic conditions and the fact that it is not positioned on land but is located in the middle of the Arctic Ocean.
This is the most northern point on earth. Being very little explored is surrounded by many mysteries. Ina US specialty magazine published an article in which it supported. Full Title: The Possibility of Approaching the North Pole Asserted.
By the Hon. Barrington. A New Edition. With an Appendix, containing Papers on the Same Subject, and on a Northwest Passage. By Colonel Beaufoy, Illustrated with a Map of the North Pole, According to the Latest Discoveries.
New-York: Published by James Eastburn & Co., Issues from June to September in one section, and from June to September in the second section, two title pages. First section is pages. Second section is pages.
Remarkable material Rating: % positive. The possibility of approaching the North Pole asserted. by: Barrington, Daines, Published: () The statutes at large from Magna Charta, to the thirtieth year of King George the Second, inclusive.
The Possibility of Approaching the North Pole Asserted. New York. James Eastburn & Company. BRUCE, WILLIAM S., Discovery of the North Pole: Dr. Frederick Cook's Own Story of How He Reached the North Pole, Ap American Book. On September 7,readers of the New York Times awakened to a stunning front-page headline: "Peary Discovers the North Pole After Eight.
The possibility of approaching the North pole asserted by Daines Barrington Call Number: Online - free - HathiTrust with an appendix containing papers on the same subject and on a north west passage by Colonel Beaufoy. The Possibility of Approaching the North Pole Asserted.
a New Edition. with an Appendix, Containing Papers on the Same Subject and on a North West Passage, by Colonel Beaufoy, F.R.S.
Illustrated with a Map of the North Pole. Second Edition. Archibald Constable & Newnes, Good. Good. Paper wrappers: No date but circa s. Pale blue/grey illustrated covers, each part illustrated with black and white, colour plates ands sketches.
Interesting periodical advertisements. Very scar. cook & peary - the polar controversy resolved by Ken Ringle Robert M. Bryce has never been north of southern Canada, loathes ice and snow, and restricts his outdoor activity to trail hiking and the occasional tenting out with the wife and kids.
February. “I’d like to see that land beyond the Pole. That area beyond the Pole is the center of the great unknown!” – Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd, U.S.N., before his seven-hour flight over land beyond the North Pole.
April 6. “Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd to Establish Satellite Base at the South Pole.”File Size: 2MB. North Pole, northern end of Earth’s axis, lying in the Arctic Ocean, about miles ( km) north of geographic North Pole does not coincide with the magnetic North Pole—to which magnetic compasses point and which in the early 21st century lay north of the Queen Elizabeth Islands of extreme northern Canada at approximately 82°15′ N °30′ W (it is.
Hall makes a one-way voyage for the North Pole. Some years after the Civil War, another American was dreaming of being first to reach the North Pole. Explorer Charles Francis Hall wrote that he "was born to discover the North Pole. That is my purpose. Once I have my right foot on the Pole, I shall be perfectly willing to die.".
Miller, in his " Gardener's Dictionary," wrote about a Captain johnson having, during a voyage to Greenland, a thermometer which registered " a degree of cold i,n 88 of north latitude." ~ Read relates that the Dutch._ee ~: Daines Barrington: "The Possibility of Approaching the North Pole Asserted," New York,pages Author: Arnaldo Faustini.
Let me tel you one of the most important thing about North pole that there are two North poles not me tell you few important facts about the North Pole, 1.
There are actually two North Poles on Earth. They are called north magnetic pole an. Before long he finds himself at the North Pole, where a snowbound Santa Claus needs his help.
It's up to the ever-resourceful Harold to draw up a plan and save Christmas. Ever since the publication of Harold and the Purple Crayon inCrockett Johnson's It's Christmas Eve and Harold needs a Christmas tree/5.
Fridtjof Wedel-Jarlsberg Nansen (Norwegian: [ˈfɾɪ̂tːjɔf ˈnɑ̀nsn̩]; 10 October – 13 May ) was a Norwegian explorer, scientist, diplomat, humanitarian and Nobel Peace Prize his youth he was a champion skier and ice skater.
He led the team that made the first crossing of the Greenland interior intraversing the island on cross-country : 10 OctoberStore Frøen, Christiania. Another name for the book is The Purchase of the North Pole which only really features in the first few chapters. A consortium made up by members of the Baltimore Gun Club wins the auction to purchase all land north of the 84th Parallel including the North Pole.
These regions had not yet been explored but the purchasers believe there must be /5. Matthew Alexander Henson (August 8, – March 9, ) was an American explorer who accompanied Robert Peary on seven voyages to the Arctic over a period of nearly 23 years.
They spent a total of 18 years on expeditions together. He is best known for his participation in the expedition that claimed to have reached the geographic North Pole on April 6, Born: Matthew Alexander Henson, August 8. The North Pole (also referred to as the Arctic) is relatively flat because it is basically a sea covered by a layer of ice.
The South Pole (Antarctic) is covered by mountains, some as high as 3 km, that are covered by ice. The layer of the ice on the North Pole Sea is relatively thin (a few meters thick) as compared to that found at the South /10(85). Start studying North pole /South pole. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
LibraryThing Review User Review - manich01 - LibraryThing. Uh-oh. When Santa has escaped to a vacation in Hawaii, leaving all of his work behind, Mrs.
Claus and everyone else at the North Pole decide they need a vacation, too.4/5(1). - Octavo, cloth-backed boards in a price-clipped dust wrapper. The dust jacket is lightly rubbed & chipped with some foxing to its rear flap. xv & pages. 23 pages of black-and-white illustrations.
Very good. First sets out to prove, based on original evidence, that Cook, not Peary, was the winner of their race to the North Pole. North Pole (True North) The most northern point on the surface of the Earth.
axis. An imaginary line that passes through Earth's center and the North and South poles, about which Earth rotates. Latitude. East-west lines parallel to the equator used to measure distance in degrees north or south of the equator.CHAPTER VIII.
PEARY'S SUCCESSFUL VOYAGE. The start of Commander Peary's victorious journey to the pole was far different from that of Dr. Cook. The latter kept his plans secret from all but a few intimates; his ship went north in the guise of a hunting expedition.
“Ice at the North Pole in and – not so thick?” lol – should be “Polynyas exist then as they do now” “The Ice at the polar ice cap is an average of feet thick, but with the wind and tides the ice will crack and open into large polynyas (areas of open water), these areas will refreeze over with thin ice.