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The history of science and technology [microform]. Series 2, Part 3, The papers of Sir Joseph Banks, 1743-1820. Papers relating to voyages of discovery, 1743-1853, from the British Library, London, 1586-1875 1743-1853
Bib ID 3290222
Format MicroformMicroform, BookBook
Description Marlborough, England : Adam Matthew Publications, 1995 
16 reels : ill., maps ; 35 mm. + guide (144 p. : ill., map, ports. ; 21 cm.) 
ISBN 1857110528
Summary

This third part of the Papers of Sir Joseph Banks makes available a further 48 manuscript volumes documenting voyages of discovery, 1743-1820, and 4 volumes of Banks' correspondence and papers relating to the Mint and coinage, c1700-1823 In addition to material covering voyages that Banks participated in or sponsored, Part 3 includes log-books and records of other important voyages of this period. Those covered include: Gallego's voyage to the South seas (1586); Cook's Newfoundland charts (1764-1767); Wallis' voyage to the South seas on HMS Dolphin (1766-1768); Cook's first circumnavigation with Banks in HMS Endeavour (1768-1771); Cook's second voyage with HMS Resolution and HMS Adventure (1772-1775); Banks' second major expedition on the Sir Lawrence to Fingal's cave, the Hebrides and Iceland (1772); Cook's third and final voyage with HMS Resolution and HMS Discovery (1776-1780); Woodcock's circumnavigation in the King George (1785-1788); George Vancouver's survey voyage to the West Coast of America (1791-1794); Macartney's embassy to China (1792-1794); Colnett's South Sea voyage on the Rattler on a whaling protection voyage (1793-1794); Mungo Park's exploration of the Niger (1795-1805); the journal of the transport ship Minerva to New South Wales (1798-1800); the arctic explorations of Phipps, Scoresby, Ross and Parry (1773-1820); and Biscoe's voyage in the Tula to the South Seas (1830-1833). There are also naval papers - with letters from Nelson and others - and a letter from Bligh to Banks concerning Trafalgar.

Numbering Note Reels for Series 2, Part 3 are numbered 36-51. 
Notes

British Library London England

The finding aid is available at MG mfm G 27374.

Index/Finding Aid Note Accompanied by finding aid: A listing and guide to Parts 1-3. Detailed listing for Part 3: p. 59-85. 
Subjects Banks, Joseph, - Sir, - 1743-1820 - Archives.  |  Cook, James, - 1728-1779 - Voyages - Pacific Area.  |  Vancouver, George, - 1757-1798 - Voyages - Northwest Coast of North America.  |  Wallis, Samuel, - 1728-1795.  |  Buchan, Alex, - active 1768-1770.  |  Miller, John Frederick, - active 1772-1796.  |  Biscoe, Tom, - active 1830-1833.  |  Webber, John, - 1751-1793.  |  Gallego, Hernando, - active 1586 - Voyages - Pacific Area.  |  Park, Mungo, - 1771-1806.  |  Franklin, John, - Sir, - 1786-1847 - Voyages - Arctic regions.  |  Colnett, James, - 1755?-1806 - Diaries.  |  Bligh, William, - 1754-1817.  |  Barrow, John, - Sir, - 1764-1848 - Archives.  |  Liverpool, Charles Jenkinson, - Earl of, - 1727-1808.  |  Liverpool, Robert Banks Jenkinson, - Earl of, - 1770-1828.  |  Pennant, Thomas, - 1726-1798 - Correspondence.  |  Nelson, Horatio Nelson, - Viscount, - 1758-1805 - Correspondence.  |  Smith, W. Sydney - (William Sydney), - Sir, - 1764-1840 - Correspondence.  |  Briggs, Thomas, - Sir - Correspondence.  |  Burney, Charles, - 1726-1814 - Correspondence.  |  Royal Society (Great Britain)  |  Naturalists - England.  |  Botanists - England.  |  Explorers - England.  |  Discoveries in geography - British - Sources.  |  Scientific expeditions - History - 18th century - Sources.  |  Natural history - Great Britain - History - 18th century - Sources.  |  Coinage - Great Britain - History - 18th century - Sources.  |  Bounty Mutiny, 1789 - Sources.  |  Pitcairn Island - Description and travel - Early works to 1800.  |  Australia - Discovery and exploration - British - Sources.  |  Canada - Discovery and exploration - British - Sources.  |  New Zealand - Discovery and exploration - British - Sources.  |  Pacific Area - Discovery and exploration - British - Sources.  |  Antarctica - Discovery and exploration - British - Sources.  |  Arctic regions - Discovery and exploration - British - Sources.  |  Bering Strait - Discovery and exploration - British - Sources.  |  Indian Ocean - Discovery and exploration - British - Sources.  |  South America - Discovery and exploration - British - Sources.  |  China - Description and travel - Early works to 1800.  |  Great Britain - History, Naval - 18th century - Sources.
Other authors/contributors Banks, Joseph, Sir, 1743-1820  |  British Library
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