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Voyages made in the years 1788 and 1789, from China to the north west coast of America : to which are prefixed, an introductory narrative of a voyage performed in 1786, from Bengal, in the ship Nootka; observations on the probable existence of a north west passage; and some account of the trade between the north west coast of America and China ; and the latter country and Great Britain / by John Meares, esq
Bib ID 673353
Format BookBook
Author
Meares, John, 1756?-1809
 
Description London : Printed at the Logographic press, 1790 
viii, [12], xcv, [1], 372, [108] p., [21] leaves of plates (some folded) : [10] maps (some folded), ports ; 30 cm. 
Notes

Compiled by W. Combe from the papers of J. Meares.

Includes List of subscribers.

Signatures: a-dp2s, A-Mp4s, A-Zp4s, Aa-Zzp4s, 3Ap4s, a-lp2s, A-Hp4s.

Subjects Indians of North America -- Pacific coast (U.S. and Canada)  |  Northwest coast of North America.  |  Vancouver Island (B.C.)  |  Pacific Ocean.  |  Northwest Passage.
Other authors/contributors Combe, William, 1742-1823

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