A brief discourse of a passage by the North-pole to Japan, China, &c.

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"AnnoApril the nineteenth, at St. Etheburge in Bishop's Gate Street, did communicate with the rest of the parishioners these persons, seamen, purposing to go to sea four days after, for to discover a passage by the North Pole to Japan and China.". The afternoon started with ‘Antarctica’s Journey: From North Pole to South Pole’ by Colin Summerhayes.

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Book is complete, and ALL MAPS AND PLATES ARE Seller Rating: % positive.A global view of the Arctic on 21 Septemberthe date at which the sea ice was at its minimum extent for the year in the northern hemisphere.

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