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Sir William Edward Parry (19 December 1790 – 8 July 1855) was an Anglo-Welsh explorer of the Arctic best known for his 1819 expedition through the Parry Channel, probably the most successful in the long quest for the Northwest Passage.

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Sydney : Public Library of New South Wales, [19--]
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