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The Resolution beating through the ice, with the Discovery in the most eminent [sic] danger in the distance [picture] / J. Webber fecit
Bib ID 614931
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline
Author
Webber, John, 1752-1793
 
Online Versions
Description London (no.90 Cheapside) : Pubd. by Boydell & Compy., April 1, 1809 
1 print : aquatint, hand col. ; plate mark 32.5 x 44.5 cm. 
Series

Rex Nan Kivell Collection ; NK4120.

Notes

Pl. no.9 of the later ed. of: Views in the South Seas (Beddie, 1872)

"Vide Cook's last voyage, vol. III, page 257."

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-135773713

U1169; S1078; S9131.

Rex Nan Kivell Collection NK4120.

Cited In

Joppien and Smith, 3.276 Ab.

Subjects Cook, James, 1728-1779.  |  Resolution (Ship)  |  Discovery (Ship : Captain = Charles Clerke)  |  Sea ice -- Arctic Ocean.
Other authors/contributors Webber, John, 1752-1793. Views in the South Seas

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