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The voyage of the "Scotia" being a record - BROWN, R[obert] N[eal] Rudmore; R. C - 1906. [1223595]
London Blackwood 1906 - First edition. 8vo., xxiv, 375pp., 39 plate leaves containing 105 photographs and 1 map, 2 folding maps, original greyish blue-green cloth lettered in black, white endpapers, corners bumped, an excellent copy. "An outstanding account" - Rosove. Scarce variant binding. An account of the Scottish Antarctic Expedition 1902-1905, written for the general public by Rudmore Brown and two other members of the scientific staff. The text substantiates the important events, supplies a day-to-day look at life on the expedition, and describes many of the most interesting scientific findings. Included are stimulating accounts of Funchal, Gough Island, and Cape Town. Taurus 51; Rosove 50.A1e [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
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