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VOYAGES AND TRAVELS (Continued)--
12mo. Ottau', 1890 CHRONOLOGICAL ENUMERATION OF VOYAGES OF DISCOVERY
IN THE NORTH in Search of a Northern Communication between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans; including such other Voyages as have been conducive to the advancement of Discovery in the North.
Sess. Pap. Can. x. 1891 TISSANDIER. Voyage autour du Monde. Inde et Ceylan, Chine et Japon, 1887-91. Par Albert Tissandier. Gravures et planches.
4to. Paris, 1892 HOWELL. An Island Paradise (Hawaii) and Reminiscences of Travel. By H. Spencer Howell.
Illustrated. 8vo. Toronto, 1892 MUELLER. Columbus Jubilee. By Baron Sir F. von Mueller.
R.G.S.A. (V.) x. 1893 MURRAY. Discovery of America by Columbus: the Influences which led
up to the great event, and its Effect on the Development of Oceano
graphical Knowledge. By Dr. (Sir) John Murray. R.S.G.S. ix. 1893 DAWSON. Voyages of the Cabots in 1497-98; with an Attempt to Deter
mine their Landfall and to Identify their Island of St. John. By Dr. S. E. Dawson.
4to. Montreal, 1894 COOTE. Voyage from Lisbon to India, 1505–6 ; being an Account and
Journal by Albericus Vespuccius. Translated from the Contemporary
8vo. Lond. 1894 KOENIG. Journal of a Voyage from India to Siam and Malacca in 1779. By Dr. J. G. Koenig.
J.R.A.S. (S.B.) xxvi., xxvii. 1894 HOWLEY. Cartier's Course : a Last Word. By Rt. Rev. M. F. Howley.
1894 HALL. Voyages and Travels of Captain Basil Hall. 8vo. Lond. 1895 COLLINGRIDGE. Voyages to Australasia. By George Collingridge.
Progress,' i. 1895 VOYAGES AND TRAVELS OF LORD BRASSEY from 1862 to 1894. Arranged and edited by Captain S. Eardley-Wilmot.
2 vols, 12mo. Lond. 1895 COLQUHOUX. The Key of the Pacific--the Nicaragua Canal. By A. R. Colquhoun.
Illustrations, plans, inaps. 8vo. Lond. 1895 GEIKIE. The Challenger’ Expedition. By Prof. J. Geikie.
R.S.G.S. xi. 1895 MAHOMED. Journal of my Tours round the World, 1886-87 and 1893–95 ;
embracing Travels in various parts of Africa, Australia, Asia, America, and Europe. By Hajee Sullaiman Shah Mahomed.
Roy. 8vo. Bombay, 189,5 HARVEY. Voyages and Discoveries of the Cabots. By the Rev. Dr. M. Harvey.
Nova Scotia Hist. Soc. ix. 1895 OLDIAM. 1 Pre-Columban Discovery of America. By H. Yule Oldham.
• Geo. Jour.' v. 1895 REPORT OF THE SCIENTIFIC RESULTS OF THE VOYAGE OF
H.M.S. CHALLENGER' during the years 1873–76 under the com-
Maps and charts. 50 vols. fto. Lond. 1880-95
VOYAGES AND TRAVELS (Continucil)
The Contents of the first 48 Volumes appeared in the Original Catalogue
Vols. XLIX. AND L. : A SUMMARY OF SCIENTIFIC RESULTS Vol. xlix.
Vol. 1. 1. Editorial Notes, with List of the Memoirs
1. Preface making up the · Challenger' Report
2. Historical Introduction 2. A Summary of the Scientific Results obtained at the Sounding, Dredging, and
3. General Summary of the Scientific Ob. Trawling Stations of H.M.S. Challenger.'
servations and Results at each of the By Dr. (Sir) John Murray
Challenger's' Observing Stations 3. Report on the Specimen of the Genus 4. Bathymetrical and Geographical DistriSpirula collected by H.M.S. . Challenger.'
bution By the Rt. Hon. T. H. Huxley and Prof. 5. General Observations on the Distribution Paul Pelseneer
of Marine Organisms 4. Report on Oceanic Circulation based on
6. Explanation of Charts and Diagrams the observations made on board H.M.S.
7. Index of Genera, Sub-Genera, Species, Challenger' and other observations. By
and Varieties Dr. Alexander Buchan DAWSON. Voyages of the Cabots in 1497 and 1198. By Dr. S. E. Dawson.
R.S.C. xii. and ii. (N.S.). 1894-96 HOGAN. The Sister Dominions : through Canada to Australasia by the
New Imperial Highway. By J. F. Hogan. 12mo. Lond. 1896 AROUND THE WORLD BY THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY.
Pamp. 160. Lond. 1896 HARRISSE. John Cabot, the Discoverer of North America, and Sebastian
his Son : a Chapter of the Maritime History of England under the Tudors, 1466-1557. By Henry Harrisse.
Svo. Lond. 1896 STORY OF THE SEA. Edited by Q., assisted by Professor J. K. Laughton, Commander C. N. Robinson, A. W. Wilson, Herbert Russell, &c.
Illustrated. 4to. Lond. 1896 NORMAN. Captain Cook and his First Voyage round the World, 1768–71. By Sir Henry W. Norman.
R.G.S.A. (Q.) xi. 1896 LAUGHTON. Nelson and his Companions in Arms. By Prof. John Knox Laughton.
12mo. Lond. 1896 HAWEIS. Travel and Talk, 1885-93–95. My Hundred Thousand Miles of
Travel through America, Australia, Tasmania, Canada, New Zealand,
2 vols, 12ino. Lond. 1896 SOVERAL. Homage to Dom Vasco Da Gama on the Anniversary of the
Fourth Centenary of the Discovery of a New Route to India. By
Pamp. 160. Lisbon, 1896 BANKS. Journal of the Rt. Hon. Sir Joseph Banks during Captain Cook's
First Voyage in H.M.S. “Endeavour,' 1768–71, to Terra Del Fuego, Otahite, New Zealand, Australia, the Dutch East Indies, &c. Edited by Sir Joseph D. Hooker. Portraits and maps.
8vo. Lond. 1896 SYNGE. Captain Cook's Voyages round the World : with an Introductory Life. By M. B. Synge.
8vo. Lond. 1897 SIM. Our Travels round the Worlıl, 1892–94. By Major-General E. C. Sim.
12mo. Lond. 1897 HILL. A Run round the Empire ; being the Log of two Young People who
Circumnavigated the Globe. Written out by their Father, Dr.
Illustrated. 12mo. Lond. 1897 RUSSELL. Pictures from the Life of Nelson. By W. Clark Russell.
12mo. Lond. 1897 BARKLY. From the Tropies to the North Sea. By Mrs. Fanny A. Barkly.
Illustrated. 12mo. Lond. 1897
VOYAGES AND TRAVELS (Continued)DAWSON. Voyages of the Cabots. Latest Phases of the Controversy. By Dr. S. E. Dawson.
Maps. 8vo. Ottawa, 1897 MARKHAM. Fourth Centenary of the Voyage of John Cabot, 1497. By Sir Clements R. Markham.
• Geo. Jour.' ix. 1897 CLEMENS. More Tramps Abroad. By Mark Twain (Samuel L. Clemens).
12mo. Lond. 1897 The Author visited Australia, New Zealand, India, Mauritius, the Cape Colony, &c. CABOT CELEBRATION : Unveiling of the Tablet in Honour of the Italian Navigator.
R.S.C. iii. (N.S.) 1897 O'BRIEN. Cabot's Landfall. By Most Rev. Archdeacon O'Brien. Ibid. THACHER. Cabotian Discovery. By John Boyel Thacher.
Ibid. CABOT LEGENDS Transcribed and Translated under the Supervision of Dr. Charles Deane. With a portrait of Sebastian Cabot.
Ibid. VERREAU. Jacques Cartier-Questions de Lois et Coutumes Maritimes. Par l'Abbé Hospice Verreau.
Ibid. PATTERSON. Termination of Sir Humphrey Gilbert's Expedition. By Rev. Dr. George Patterson.
Ibid. WRIGHT. Vasco Da Gama and his Companions; and Discoveries by the Portuguese in Asia and Africa. By A. J. Wright.
R.G.S.A. (V.) xvi. 1898 FURNISS. P. & 0. Sketches in Pen and Ink. By Harry Furniss.
Ob). 4to. Lond. 1898 READE. Vasco da Gama. By H. Reade
J.R.A.S. 1898 CADBY. A Cape Colonist Abroad. By E. E. Cadby.
Illustrated. Ito. Cape Town, 1898 * An Account of a Tour through Australia, New Zealand, Straits Settlements,
Hong Kong, Canada, &c. MARKHAM. Fourth Centenary of Vasco da Gama's Voyage to India. By Sir Clements R. Markham.
• Geo. Jouri' xii. 1898 HARRISSE. The Cabots. By Henry Harrisse. R.S.C. iv. (N.S.)
1898 VALLENTIN. Irrfahrten. Reisebilder von Dr. Wilhelm Vallentin.
8vo. Berlin, 1899 An Account of Travels in the Straits Settlements, New Guinea, Mauritius, &c. BULLEN. Cruise of the “ Cachalot’ round the World after Sperm Whales. By Frank T. Bullen.
Illustrated. 12mo. Lond. 1899 KEPPEL. A Sailor's Life under Four Sovereigns. By Admiral of the Fleet
the Hon. Sir Henry Kel'pel. Illustrated. 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1899 LAUGHTON. From Howard to Nelson : Twelve Sailors. Edited by Prof. John Knox Laughton.
Portraits and maps.
8vo. Lond. 1899
CONTENTS 1. Lord Howard. By Prof. J. Knox Laughton. 2. Sir Francis Drake. By Vice-Admiral
Sir Frederick G. D. Bedford. 3. Robert Blake. By Capt. Montagu Burrows. 4. Sir
Admiral Philip H. Colomb
12mo. Lond. 1899
VOYAGES AND TRAVELS (Continued)HARVEY. Voyages and Discoveries of the Cabots. By Rev. Dr. Moses Harvey.
Hopkins' • Canada,' i. 1899 DARWIN. Journal of Researches into the Natural History and Geology of
the Countries visited during the Voyage of H.M.S. Beagle'round
the World. By Charles Darwin. (New edition.) 12mo. Lond. 1899 KINGSLEY. Notes on Sport and Travel. By George Henry Kingsley. With a Memoir by his Daughter, Mary H. Kingsley.
12mo. Lond. 1900 BELLESSORT. En Escale. Une promenade à Ceylan, Singapour, Saïgon,
Hong Kong, Macao, Canton. Une Semaine aux Phillippines. Par
12mo. Paris, 1900 CRAEMER. Aus Meiner Wanderzeit : Reiseeindrücke eines Jungen
Kaufmanns in Süd-Afrika, Indien Ceylon, Singapore, Java, China,
Abbildungen. Roy. 8vo. Berlin, 1900 BOYD. Our Stolen Summer. The Record of a Roundabout Tour. By Mary Stuart Boyd. With 170 sketches by A. S. Boyd.
Sm. 4to. Lond. 1900 THOMSON. Did De Quiros land at Port Curtis ? By Capt. William C. Thomson.
R.G.S.A. (V.) xviii. 1900 GORDON. Notes on De Quiros Voyages. By George Gordon.
R.G.S.A. (V.) xviii. 1900 MCMILLAN. The Voyage of the · Monsoon’; or, the Adventures of a Stowaway. By R. McMillan.
12.no. Sydney, 1900 KENNEDY. Hurrah for the Life of a Sailor ! Fifty Years in the Royal Navy. By Vice-Almiral Sir William Kennedy.
Illustrated. 8vo. Lond. 1900 SHORTT. Early Voyages on the Upper St. Lawrence. By Prof. Adam Shortt.
Q.Q. (Can.) vii. 1900 OOKHTOMSKY. Travels in the East of Nicholas II., Emperor of Russia,
when Cesarewitch, 1890-1891. Written, by order of His Imperial Majesty, by Prince E. Ookhtomsky, and translated from the Russian by Robert Goodlet. Edited by Sir George Birdwood. With 500 illustrations engraved on wood and numerous heliogravure plates.
2 vols. Imp. 4to. Lond. 1896-1900 3. ARCTIC VOYAGES
PHIPPS. Voyage towards the North Pole in 1773. By Constantine J. Phipps.
4to. Lond. 1774 BARRINGTON. Possibility of Approaching the North Pole asserted by the
Hon. Daines Barrington. With an Appendix containing Papers on the same subject and on a North-West Passage by Colonel Beaufoy.
8vo. Lond. 1818 MAY. Account of Navigators who have reached high Northern Latitudes. By Captain William May.
Barrington's · North Pole.' 1818 RICHARDSON. Account of the Quadrupeds and Birds frequenting the Coasts within Hudson's Straits. By (Sir) John Richardson.
Parry's . Second Arctic Voy,' 1825 ROSS. Zoology of the Polar Sea. By Comr. (Sir) James Clark Ross.
Parry's Fourth Arctic Voy. 1828 JAMESON. Rocks of Spitzbergen and Neighbouring Isles. By Prof. Robert Jameson.
Ivid. TYTLER and WILSON. Historical View of the Progress of Discovery on
the more Northern Coasts of America from the earliest period to the present time. By Patrick Fraser Tytler. With Descriptive Sketches of the Natural History of the North American Regions. By James Wilson ; to which is added Remarks on a late Memoir of Sebastian
Cabot, with a Vindication of Richard Hakluyt. 12mo. Edin. 1833 BACK. North-Eastern Shore of Southampton Island. By (Sir) George Back.
J.R.G.S. vii. 1837 DEASE and SIMPSON. Narrative of the Progress of Arctic Discovery on the Northern Shore of America. By P. M. Dease and T. Simpson.
J.R.G.S. viii.-X. 1838-40 BECHER. Voyage of Martin Frobisher. By Capt. A. B. Becher.
J.R.G.S. xii. 1842 WAREHAM. Voyage to Northumberland Inlet. By. Mr. Wareham. Ibid. SIMPSON. Life and Travels of Thomas Simpson, the Arctic Discoverer. By his Brother, Alexander Simpson.
8vo. Lond. 1845 SHILLINGLAW. Narrative of Arctic Discovery from the earliest period to
the present time, with details of the Measures adopted for the Relief of the Expedition under Sir John Franklin. By John J. Shillinglaw.
12mo. Lond. 1850 SUTHERLAND. Journal of a Voyage in Ballin's Bay and Barrow Straits in
1850-51, performed by H.M. Ships Lady Franklin' and 'Sophia' under the command of William Penny in search of the missing crews of H.M. Ships · Erebus' and Terror.' With a Narrative of Sledge Excursions on the Ice of Wellington Channel, and Observations on the Natural History and Physical Features of the Countries and Frozen
Seas visited. By Peter C. Sutherland. 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1852 RAE. Journey from Great Bear Lake to Wollaston Land. By Dr. John Rae.
J.R.G.S. xxii. 1852 RAE. Recent Explorations along the South and East Coast of Victoria Land. By Dr. John Rae.
Ibid. PETERMANN. Distribution of Animals available as Food in the Arctic Regions. By A. Petermann.
Ibid. MURCHISON. Arctic Researches. By Sir Roderick I. Murchison. Ibid.