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Journal of George Errington of the Yarmouth Herring Fishery

Gives details season by season of grounds fished, catches, prices, numbers and types of vessels engaged, times of fleets leaving and returning, market information mainly London, the Baltic and the Mediterranean but one reference to America, the organisation of the industry including meetings of the fish merchants to fix prices and details of a wage agreement in 1821, Government bounties, the success of the Lowestoft, Cromer, and Southwold fisheries and the Dutch Fleet, occasional references to other catches including pilchards, mackerel and whale, the building of new curing houses during booms, losses at sea and the weather and the great gales of 1789, 1807, 1808, 1810, 1820 and 1821, statistics of numbers employed in the East Anglian fisheries in 1807, and records of catches and vessels per owner at Yarmouth in 1807-1813. There are frequent references to the success of the Erringtons' own boat the 'Neutral', and a general report of 1798 on the herring fisheries in Norway, Gothenberg, the Isle of Man, Ireland, Liverpool, Scotland, Yarmouth, Dover and Hastings is copied in. The document is in one hand throughout and watermarks dated 1821 and 1827 occur.

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Containing map of British North America by J. Arrowsmith, 1848; chart of Arctic America with plans of ports, 1849; chart of North Polar sea, 1849; supplement to the illustrated London News commemorating the Great Exhibition, 1851; plan, section and elevations of glasshouses designed by H. Woodnough, 1851; James Wyld's map of the Ottoman Empire, 1853; maps of the Baltic, Black Sea, Crimea, the war on the Danube, the fortifications at Sebastapol and Cronstadt, plan of the battle of the Alma, 1854; printed lithographs of views of Sebastapol Cronstadt, the seige of Sebastapol and the Alma, 1854; Edward Stanford's birdseye view of the Crimea, nd; engraving of Heidelburg from drawing by J.M.W. Turner, nd.

Letters to S.G.C.

From F.C. and R.E.C., mainly while commanding HMS Archer in the Baltic in 1854, including letter from brothers William and Oswald, 14 April, extract of letter From Lady Parry to Edward Hankinson about cholera epidemic in London [postmarked 8 Sep], etc.

'Captn S. Gurney Cresswell, R.N.' A compendium, made by Rachel Cresswell after S.G.C.'s death, of letters (original and copies), newspaper cuttings etc., 1842-1867.

The volume was intended for one of Rachel's grandsons and contains a narrative of S.G.C.'s career and details of family events to 1872, including the deaths of her husband and sons. References to 'your parents' make it clear that the volume was compiled for George Francis Addison Cresswell (1852-1926) the elder son of Francis Joseph Cresswell.

Contents: reprint from 'The Lynn News', 'The Late Captain S. Gurney Cresswell, R.N.' nd (pp 1-3); summary of S.G.C.'s childhood and character (pp 5-8); original letter from Francis Cresswell to his wife, 19 Apr 1842 (p. 9); original letter from Sir Edward Parry to Rachel Cresswell, 24 Sep 1842, praising S.G.C.'s character and conduct (p. 10); original letter from Sir William Parker to Sir Edward Parry, 20 Dec 1842 (p.10); copy letters, extracts and illustrations from S.G.C. on the Agincourt to his parents, 2 May 1842 -29 May 1843 (pp 11-28); a scrap from an original letter from Sir Edward Parry concerning the Agincourt in Hong Kong, early 1844 (p. 28); original letter from Captain H.W. Bruce to Francis Cresswell 13 July 1843 (p. 29); summary of events in 1844 preceding copy of letter from Sir Edward Parry to Francis Cresswell, 29 Nov 1845 (pp 29-30); letters and illustrations from S.G.C. to his mother, regarding pirates in Hong Kong and the coast of Borneo, 20 September-26 October 1845 (pp 31-39); extracts from the despatches of Sir Thomas Cochrane (pp 39-40); cuttings, 'The Borneo Pirates' and 'The Navy' (pp 41-43); summary of events and copy letter from S.G.C. to his father, regarding the engagements at Maloodoo, 14 August 1846 (pp 45, 53-58); cuttings from the 'Gazette', 'Borneo', nd (pp 48-52); summary of the Agincourt's homeward journey (pp 58-59); original letter from Sir Edward Parry to S.G.C. regarding S.G.C.'s being placed on the books of HMS Victory and moving to HMS Excellent, 31 August 1847 (p. 60); summary of S.G.C.'s move from HMS Victory to HMS Excellent and finally to HMS Investigator on 11 May 1848, being promoted to second lieutenant, the death of his little sister, the voyage to the Arctic seas, and the period stuck in the ice (pp 61-64); letters from S.G.C. to his parents, 21 and 30 August 1850 while in the Arctic sea (pp 65-68); letter from S.G.C. to parents, 6 Oct 1853, after four years of silence (p. 69); summary of events surrounding S.G.C.'s return from the Arctic and discussion over the North West passage (pp 70-78); original letter from Captain Robert McClure to Joseph Fry, 28 July 1850, with envelope (pp 77-78); cutting from 'The Times', 'Arctic Expeditions', 27 Jan 1851 (pp 79-80); cuttings from 'The Sun', 'Arctic Expedition: Discovery of the North West Passage', 7 Oct 1853, from 'The Globe', 'The Arctic Expedition, 7 Oct 1853, and from 'The Norfolk News', 'The North West Passage', Oct 1853 (p. 81); cuttings from 'The Sun', 'The North West Passage', 8 October 1853, and from 'The Times', 'The Arctic Expedition', 8 Oct 1853 (pp 82-4); cuttings from 'The Morning Herald', 'The Discovery of the North West Passage', 8 October 1853 (pp 85-88); press cutting from 'The Times', 'The North-West Passage', 10 Oct 1853 and from 'The Morning Herald', 10 & 11 Oct 1853 (pp 88-89); cuttings from 'The Times', 'The Arctic Expeditions' nd, 'Promotions' 12 Oct 1853, 'The Arctic Expeditions' 19 Oct 1853, 'A Hint to Those in High Places' nd, and from 'The Morning Herald', 'Proposed Monument to the Late Lieutenant Bellot' nd, 'The Arctic Promotions' nd, 'Monument to the Gallant Frenchman Lieut. Bellot' 10 October 1853, 'The Navy' 12 Oct 1853, 'The Late Lieutenant Bellot, of the French Navy' 12 Oct 1853, 'Proposed Monument to the Late Devoted French Officer Lieut. Bellot' 11 Oct 1853, and 'The Arctic Expedition' 17 Oct 1853 (pp 90-93); cuttings from the Lynn Advertiser and West Norfolk Herald, 'Discovery of the North West Passage' 15 Oct 1853, and 'Arctic Expeditions: Narrative of Lieutenant Samuel Gurney Cresswell', 'Proposed Demonstration to Lieut. Gurney Cresswell' 15 Oct 1853, 'Testimonial to Lieut. Gurney Cresswell' 22 Oct 1853, and 'Public Meeting to Consider a Congratulatory Demonstration To Lieut. Gurney Cresswell' nd (pp 94-97); cutting from The Lynn Advertiser, 'The Grammar School', 22 Oct 1853, and 'Testimonial to Lieut. Samuel Gurney Cresswell, R.N.' 28 Oct 1853, and from 'The Times', 'The North-West Passage' 29 Oct 1853, and from 'The Morning Herald', 'Captain M'Clure's Arctic Discoveries' 28 Oct 1853 (pp 98-116); cuttings from 'The Morning Post', 'Testimonial to Lieut. Cresswell, R.N.' 23 Oct 1853 (pp 116-118); illustration from 'The Illustrated News', 'Presentation of an Address to Lieutenant Cresswell, R.N., at Lynn' nd (p. 119); cuttings and engraving from 'The Illustrated News', 'Lieut. Cresswell, R.N.' nd, and from 'The Globe', untitled, 1 Nov 1853 (pp 120-121); cuttings and three illustrations from 'The Illustrated News', 'HMS Investigator in the Arctic Regions' with illustrations of 'The Investigator passing Princess Royal Islands, in Prince of Wales's Strait', 'Critical position of The Investigator, at Ballast Beach, Baring Island' and 'The Investigator nearing Mercy Bay, Baring Island', nd (pp 122-123); cuttings from 'The Morning Post', 31 Oct 1853, from 'The Globe', 'Sir John Franklin' and 'Game in the Arctic Regions', 1 Nov 1853, from 'The Times', 'Bellot Testimonial Committee', 'Captain Inglefield's Misrepresentations, and Captain M'Clure's Duty' and 'The Times and Arctic Discoveries' 2 Nov 1853, and from 'The Morning Herald', untitled, 5 Nov 1853 (pp 124-125); cuttings from 'The Morning Chronicle', 'Testimonial to Lieutenant Bellot' 5 Nov 1853 (pp 126-129); press cuttings from 'The Times', 'Testimonial to the Late Lieutenant Bellot' 5 November 1853 (pp 130-132); pressing cuttings from 'The Times', 'The North West Passage', 8 Nov 1853, from the 'Norwich Mercury', 'The Arctic Navigators' nd, and from 'The Morning Herald', 'Royal Geographical Society', 15 Nov 1853 (pp 132-133); cuttings from 'The Evening Mail', 12 Dec 1853 (p. 134); cuttings from 'The Morning Chronicle', 'The Arctic Expedition', 17 Dec 1853 and 'The Arctic Search', 29 Dec 1853 (pp 135-137); cuttings from 'The Evening Mail', 'The Search for Franklin', 'Arctic Discovery', 'The Arctic Search', 'Kane's Arctic Expedition' and 'Sir John Franklin's Expedition', 23 Nov and 9 Dec 1853 (pp 138-141); cuttings and illustrations from 'L'Independence Belge' in The Journal des Debats, 'Le Passage du Nord', nd (pp 142-145); cuttings from 'The Lynn Advertiser', 'Her Majesty's Levee', 'Naval Appointment' and 'Appointment', 22 Feb 1854, from 'The Times', 'Appointments', 23 Feb 1854 and 'Lieut. Gurney Cresswell', 22 Mar 1854, from 'The Standard', 'The Arctic Supply Squadron', Feb 1854, from 'The Morning Chronicle', 'Naval Appointments,' 22 Feb 1854, and from 'The Morning Herald', 2 Mar 1854 (p. 146); summary of S.G.C.'s move to HMS Archer for service in the Baltic, missing the appointment as first lieutenant, his meeting with Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, sailing off in Apr 1854, and his promotion to commander on 23 Oct 1854 (pp 147-149); extracts of S.G.C.'s letters, 10 & 22 June, 28 October 1854 (p. 150); handwritten extract from an address made at the New York, Geographical and Statistical Society (pp 151-2); four cuttings from 'The Times', untitled, nd (p. 152); cuttings from 'The Nautical Standard', 'Lady Franklin's Appeal', 24 Feb 1854 (pp 153-156); cuttings from 'The Morning Herald', 'Arctic Expedition', 14 Apr and 15 Aug 1854 (p. 157); cuttings from 'The Times', 'Return of the Arctic Expedition' and 'The Arctic Expedition', 2 Oct 1854, and from 'The Morning Herald', 'Arctic Expedition', nd (pp 160-162); cuttings from The 'Nautical Standard', 'The Arctic Expedition', nd (pp 162-163); cuttings from 'Woolwich Gazette', 'Capt. Penny's Arctic Expedition', nd, and from 'The Times', 'The Arctic Discovery Ships' 7 Oct 1854, 'The Late Arctic Expedition', 19 Oct 1854, and 'The Arctic Voyages', 20 Oct 1854 (pp 164-171); cuttings from 'The Nautical Standard', 'The Late Arctic Expedition', 20 Oct 1854 (pp 171-2); cuttings from 'The Times', 'The Arctic Expedition' 23 Oct 1854 (p. 173); cuttings from 'The Morning Herald', 'The Hudson's Bay Arctic Searching Expedition', 23 Oct 1854 (p. 174); cuttings from 'The Times', 'Death of the Admiral of the Fleet [Sir Byam Martin]', 23 Oct 1854 (pp 175-176); cuttings from 'The Morning Herald', 'Promotions for Arctic Service', 23 Oct 1854, 'The Navy' 24 Oct 1854 and 'The Fate of Sir J. Franklin' 25-26 Oct 1854 (pp 176-178); cuttings from 'The Times', 'Arctic Expedition', and 'The Fate of Sir John Franklin', Oct 1854 (pp 179-182); cutting from 'The Woolwich Gazette', 'Army and Navy Register: Sir John Franklin', nd (pp 183-5); cutting from the 'Electric Telegraph', 'Safety of Captain Collinson', nd (pp 185-6); cuttings, unknown newspapers and no dates: 'Arctic Expedition', 'The Crew of the Investigator' and 'The Arctic Expedition' (p. 187); cuttings from 'The Times', 'The Arctic Expedition' nd, 'Arctic Voyages' nd, 'Sir John Franklin and The Arctic Expedition' 1855, 'The Arctic Expeditions' nd, 'Parliamentary Grant of £5,000, Awarded to the Officers and Crew of Her Majesty's Ship Investigator' 13 Oct 1855, 'Dr Kane's Arctic Expedition' 21 Oct 1855 and replies to the editor (pp 188-194); cuttings from 'The Morning Post', 'Appointments' 14 Feb 1856, from the 'Lynn Advertiser', 'Naval Appointments', 14 Feb 1856, and 'The Naval Review', nd (p. 194); summary of S.G.C.'s career in 1855-1856 (p. 195); press cuttings of 'Red Squadron' and 'The Illuminations', from unknown newspaper, nd (p. 197); cuttings from 'The Times', 'The Great Naval Review', 24 Apr 1856, two cuttings of 'Her Majesty's Cruise to the Channel Islands' nd, three cuttings about 'The Royal Cruise', Aug 1856, and 'Her Majesty's State Ball' 9 May 1856 (pp 198-204); cuttings, untitled, from 15 & 16 Oct (p. 205); two cuttings on 'Captain Collinson, R.N., on the Proposed Arctic Search: To the Editor' nd (p. 205); cuttings, 'Dec 2, 1856', 'Naval and Military Intelligence' 15 Dec 1856, 'Royal Visit to the Arctic Discovery Ship Resolute' nd, 'The Arctic Ship Resolute' nd, 'The Voice of an Old Arctic Seaman' nd, and 'The Arctic Ship Resolute', nd (pp 206-207); cuttings from 'The Times', 'Final Arctic Search', 'Franklin Expedition', and 'Rear-Admiral F. W. Beechey' 25 Apr 1857 (pp 208-9); cuttings, untitled, 25-26 Feb 1857 (p. 210); summary of S.G.C.'s appointment to HMS Surprise in 1857 and of the battle at Canton in 1858, preceding extracts from letters from S.G.C. to his parents, Aug 1857-Jan 1858 (pp 211-24); note of death of S.G.C.'s brother, William, followed by transcripts of letters from S.G.C. to his parents, 18 Feb and 21 May 1858 (pp 225-7); note of events in 1858 written across extract from letter of Charles Parry to Lady Parry; letter from S.G.C. to his parents, 18 Aug 1858 (pp 228-9); letter from M. Seymour to S.G.C., 30 July 1858 (pp 229-30); cuttings from 'The Morning Herald', 'The Navy' 12 Mar 1857, and from 'The Times', 'The Royal Levee' 13 Mar 1857, 'Military and Naval Intelligence' 14 Mar 1857, 'The Navy' 14 March 1857, and 'Military and Naval Intelligence' 16 Mar 1857 (p. 231); cuttings from 'The Morning Herald', 'The Navy' 25 Mar 1857, and 'Devonport' 9 Apr 1857, and from 'The Times', 'The Navy' 16, 17, 18, 21 and 26 Mar and 8 Apr (p. 232); cuttings from 'The Times', 4-6 May 1857, and from 'The Standard', 13 July 1857 (p. 233); cuttings from 'The Times', 'Ships of War', 'China', 'India and China', 1 Jan 1858 (pp 234-6); cuttings from 'The Morning Herald', 'The Capture of Canton: Official Despatches' 27 Feb 1858, and 'Galignani's Messenger' 24 & 30 July 1858, and from 'The Times', 'The English Navy in the China Seas' 28 July 1858 (pp 236-41); cuttings from 'The Times', 'China' 29 July 1858, 'Admiralty', 22 Sep 1858, 'China' 30 Oct 1858, and 'Piracy in the China Seas', 3 Nov 1858, and from 'The Morning Post', 'China', 1 Nov 1858 (pp 241-4); letter from Sir M. Seymour to S.G.C., 25 Aug 1858 (pp 246-7); extracts of letters from S.G.C., 26 Oct-3 Nov 1858 (pp 248-50); cuttings from 'The Times', 4 Nov 1858 (pp 251-2); cuttings from 'The Daily Telegraph', 4 Nov 1858 (pp 252-3); cuttings from 'The Morning Post', 'London' 4 Nov 1858, from the 'Norwich Mercury', 'A Brave and Daring Expedition', 6 Nov 1858, from the 'Norfolk Chronicle', 'China', nd, from 'The Norfolk News', 'The Norfolk and Norwich Cricket Club', 13 Nov 1858, from 'The Times' 'Admiralty', nd, 'Her Majesty's Levee', 3 Mar 1859 and 'Military and Naval Intelligence', 16 Mar 1859, and from 'The Lynn Advertiser', 'Captain Cresswell', 29 Jan 1859 (pp 253-4); notes on S.G.C.'s return home, 28 Jan 1859 (pp 255-6); summary of events of 1860-1863, describing illness and death of Francis Cresswell and S.G.C.'s years of unemployment and declining health, culminating in his relinquishing command of the HMS Scylla due to ill health (pp 256-60); cuttings from 'The Times', 'The Levée', 26 Feb 1863, untitled, 11 Sep 1863 and 'The Levée' 14 Mar 1864, and from 'The Lynn Advertiser', 'Memorial Window to the Late Francis Cresswell, Esq.', 1 July 1865 (p. 261); summary of events 1864-1867, including S.G.C.'s decline in health, deaths of his brothers, and his own death on 14 Aug 1867 (pp 263-6); cuttings from 'The Pall Mall Gazette', 16 & 19 Aug 1867, from 'The Illustrated London News', 'Captain Cresswell, R.N.', 24 Aug 1867, and from the 'Lynn Record', 'The late Captain S. Gurney Cresswell, R.N.', 16 & 24 Aug 1867 (p. 267).

Volume entitled 'Letters &c., &c., Captain S.G. Cresswell RN'

Bound copies of letters, newspaper cuttings, notes etc., relating to S.G.C.'s career made by his mother Rachel E. Cresswell for her grandson Cresswell Augustus Cresswell (1856-1935). With 'Cresswell A. Cresswell April 1877' and 'R.E.C.' on flyleaf. Bound together with printed book 'The Discovery of a North-West Passage by H.M.S. Investigator Capt. R. McClure during the years 1850-1851-1853-1854-1855', edited by Captain Sherard Osborn (4th edn, Edinburgh and London, 1865).

Contents: reprint from 'The Lynn News', 'The Late Captain S. Gurney Cresswell, R.N.' nd (pp 1-3); summary of S.G.C.'s childhood and character with an original letter from Robert Fitzroy recommending that S.G.C. sail with Captain Bruce, 19 Feb 1842 (pp 5-13); letter from Robert Fitzroy to Francis Cresswell, 26 Feb 1842, recommending that S.G.C. join his ship as soon as well enough (pp 14-15); letter from Francis Cresswell to Rachel, 19 April 1842 (pp 16-18); letter from Sir Edward Parry to Rachel, 24 Sep 1842, praising S.G.C.'s character and conduct (pp 19-20); letter from Sir William Parker to Sir Edward Parry, 20 Dec 1842 (p. 21); letters and extracts of letters from S.G.C. on the Agincourt to his parents, May 2 1842 - May 23 1843 (pp 22-66); scrap by Sir Edward Parry regarding the Agincourt in Hong Kong, early 1844 (p. 67); letter from Captain Bruce to Francis Cresswell, 13 July 1843 (pp 68-70); letter from Sir Edward Parry to Francis Cresswell, 29 Nov 1845 (pp 71-5); letters from S.G.C. to his mother Rachel Cresswell, regarding pirates in Hong Kong and the coast of Borneo, 20 Sep-26 Oct 1845 (pp 75-97); letter from Sir Cresswell Cresswell to his brother Francis Cresswell, 23 Oct 1845 (pp 98-101); extracts from the despatches of Sir Thomas Cochrane (pp 102-15); letter from S.G.C. to his father, regarding the engagements at Maloodoo, 14 Aug 1846 (pp 115-26); summary of the Agincourt's homeward journey (pp 127-30); letter from Sir Edward Parry to S.G.C. concerning S.G.C.'s being placed on the books of HMS Victory and then moving to HMS Excellent, 31 Aug 1847 (p. 131); letter from Anna Gurney to Rachel Cresswell, 27 Aug 1847 (pp 132-3); letter from Sir Edward Parry to Francis Cresswell regarding S.G.C.'s return home, 25 August 1847 (pp 134-8); summary of S.G.C.'s move from HMS Victory to HMS Excellent and finally to HMS Investigator on 11 May 1848, being promoted to second lieutenant, the death of his little sister, the voyage to the Arctic seas and period stuck in the ice (pp 139-56, including an original letter from S.G.C. to R.E.C., 4 Apr 1848); letters from S.G.C. to his parents, Aug 1850 (pp 157-67), 6 Oct 1853 (pp 167-70); events surrounding S.G.C.'s return from the Arctic and discussion over the North West Passage, including extract from F.C.'s diary (pp 171-84); letter to Joseph Fry from Captain McClure, 28 July 1850 (pp 185-7); press cuttings, 'Arctic Expeditions; Narrative of Lieutenant Samuel Gurney Cresswell' and 'Discovery of the North West Passage', nd (pp 188-97); 'Lynn Advertiser', 'Testimonial to Lieut. Samuel Gurney Cresswell, R.N.', 29 Oct 1853 (pp 199-228); 'The Herald', 'Game in the Arctic Regions', 31 Oct 1853 (pp 231-2); engravings of the Investigator, nd (pp 234-6); extracts from 'The Lynn Advertiser', 'Her Majesty's Levée', February 1854, from 'The Times', 'Lieut. Gurney Cresswell', 22 March 1854, and from 'The Morning Herald', 2 March 1854 (pp 237-42); summary of S.G.C.'s move to HMS Archer for service in the Baltic, missing the appointment as first lieutenant, his meeting with Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, sailing off in April 1854, and promotion to commander on 23 Oct 1854 (pp 243-9); extracts from S.G.C.'s letters, 10 and 22 June, 28 October (pp 250-69); transcripts from 'The Times', 'Royal Geographical Society' nd, from 'The Nautical Standard', 'Arrival of Captain M'Clure', 29 Sep 1854, and from 'The Morning Herald', 'Promotions for Arctic Service', 23 Oct 1854 (pp 270-7); summary of events 1855-1857 when S.G.C. took command of HMS Sparrowhawk and later HMS Surprise (pp 278-85); extracts from S.G.C.'s letters from the Cape of Good Hope, c Aug 1856 (pp 286-303); letter from Captain Sherard Osborn to S.G.C., nd (pp 304-5); summary of 1858 and the battle at Canton, preceding a letter from S.G.C. to his parents, 4 Jan 1858 (pp 306-20); cutting from 'The China Mail', 'China; The Capture of Canton', nd (pp 321-5); letters from S.G.C. to his parents, Feb and 21 May 1858 (pp 326-36); extracts from Charles Parry's letter to Lady Parry, no date (pp 336-8); letter from S.G.C. to his parents, 18 Aug 1858 (pp 338-42); summary of S.G.C.'s time in China and war with pirates, followed by a letter from S.G.C. to Sir M. Seymour, 24 Aug 1858 (pp 343-54); extracts of letter from S.G.C., nd (pp 355-8); reply from Sir M. Seymour to S.G.C., 25 Aug 1858 (pp 359-60); cutting from 'The Times', 4 Nov 1858, concerning the raids against pirates (pp 361-5); extracts of letters from S.G.C., Oct-Nov 1858 (pp 367-77); S.G.C. arrives home again, 28 Jan 1859 (pp 377-8); transcript from 'The Times', 'Her Majesty's Levée', 3 March 1859 (p. 378); summary of events of 1860-1863, describing illness and death of Francis Cresswell and S.G.C.'s years of unemployment and declining health, culminating in his relinquishing command of the HMS Scylla due to ill health (pp 379-91); transcript from 'The Times', 'The Levee', 14 March 1864 (p. 391); cutting from 'The Lynn Advertiser', 'Norfolk and Cambridgeshire Herald', 1 July 1865 (p. 392); summary of events of 1864-1867 including S.G.C.'s decline in health, deaths of his brothers, and his own death on 14 Aug 1867 (pp 393-401); cutting from 'The Illustrated London News', 24 Aug 1867 (p. 401); 'The Discovery of a North-West Passage by H.M.S. Investigator, Capt. R. McClure, during the years 1850-1851-1853-1854', edited by Captain Sherard Osborn (4th edn, Edinburgh and London, 1865) (pp 403 et seq.)