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The geography of Hudson's Bay: being the remarks of Captain W. Coats, in many yoyages to that Locality, between the Years 1727 and 1751. With an appendix containing extracts from the log of Capt. Middleton on his voyage for the discovery of the North-West Passage in H.M.S. "Furnace," in 1741- 2.
Printed for the Hakluyt Society London 1852 - 8vo., x, 147, pp., original blue cloth, gilt ship device on upper board, spine browned, extremites rubbed, head of spine chipped, blind stamp, bookplate, and spine label of Royal United Service Institution. Hakluyt Society first series, 11 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
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