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Rear Admiral Sir John Franklin

Sir John Ross

Rear Admiral Sir John Franklin

a narrative of the circumstances and causes which led to the failure of the searching expeditions sent by government and others for the rescue of Sir John Franklin

by Sir John Ross

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Published by Longmans, Green, Brown & Longmans in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Franklin, John, -- Sir, -- 1786-1847.,
  • Northwest Passage.,
  • Arctic regions -- Discovery and exploration -- British.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Sir John Ross.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination2 microfiches (65 fr.)
    Number of Pages65
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21880078M
    ISBN 100665383916

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    Get this from a library! Rear Admiral Sir John Franklin a narrative of the circumstances and causes which led to the failure of the searching expeditions sent by government and others for the rescue of Sir John Franklin.. [John Ross, Sir]. McClure, Sir Robert John Le Mesurier, Rear Admiral, K.C.B., was born in Wexford, 28th January His father having been killed in the naval service, Robert was brought up by his guardian, General Le Mesurier. At twelve he was sent to Sandhurst, but not fancying a military life, he ran away to France with three of his comrades.


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Paul Watson tells the story of their loss and discovery in his book Ice Ghosts: The Epic Hunt for the Lost Franklin Expedition. The two ships and every member of their crews officers, seamen, and marines under the command of the Admiraltys third choice for the job, Rear Admiral Sir John Franklin-were lost somewhere in The oceans always have /5.

FRANKLIN, Sir JOHN, naval officer, explorer, colonial governor, and author; b. 16 April in Spilsby, England, son of Willingham Franklin and Hannah Weeks; m. first 19 Aug. Eleanor Anne Porden (d.

) in London, England, and they had one daughter; m. secondly 5 Nov. Jane Griffin* in Stanmore (London), England; they had no children; d. 11 Juneprobably on board hms Erebus.

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