WEBSTER (WILLIAM H.R.) Narrative of a Voyage to the Southern Atlantic Ocean, 2 vol., FIRST EDITION, Richard Bentley, 1834
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WEBSTER (WILLIAM H.R.) Narrative of a Voyage to the Southern Atlantic Ocean, 2 vol., FIRST EDITION, Richard Bentley, 1834
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WEBSTER (WILLIAM H.R.)
Narrative of a Voyage to the Southern Atlantic Ocean, in the Years 1828, 29, 30, Performed in H.M. Sloop Chanticleer, Under the Command of the late Captain Henry Foster, 2 vol., first edition, half-title in volume 2, 5 aquatint plates by J. Clark after E.N. Kendall, 2 engraved maps, very light waterstains affecting the extremities of a few plates, untrimmed in contemporary boards, rebacked preserving original printed spine labels [Abbey, Travel 11; Borba de Moraes, p.937; Conrad, p.33; Hill 1842; Renard 1679; Rosove 344.A1; Sabin 102429; Spence 1245; OCLC 4716062], 8vo (228 x 150 mm.), Richard Bentley, 1834

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  • An account of the three-year scientific expedition by the surgeon of the naval sloop Chanticleer. Exploration in the South Atlantic included Cape Horn and Staten Island, as well as the South Shetlands which were charted in detail and claimed for the British Crown. Lieutenant Edward Kendall was landed on Deception Island.

    Provenance: Martin L. Greene (Seattle) from Julien Renard (of Gaston Renard).
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