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0000 0000 8128 4543
Name: 
Dobbs, Arthur
Dates: 
1689-1765
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L'Isle, Joseph Nicolas de (1688-1768)
Martin, Chester (1882-1958)
Miller, Gerard Fridrikh (1705-1783)
N, N. ([from old catalog])
North Carolina Governor (1754-1765 : Dobbs) (see also from)
Public Archives of Canada
Smith, John (fl. 1719-1758)
Sterling, James (1701?-1763)
Wigate, John
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account of the countries adjoining to Hudson's Bay, in the North-west part of America: containing A description..., with an abstract of Captain Middleton's journal, and observations upon his behaviour during his voyage and since his return; to which are added, A letter from..., An
Bio. dir. of American colonial and revolutionary governors 1607-1789, 1980:
epistle to the Hon. Arthur Dobbs, Esq., in Europe, An
Kelsey papers, The
letter from a Russian sea-officer, to a person of distinction at the court of St. Petersburgh:, A
Lettre d'ur officer de la marine.
Remarks upon Capt. Middleton's defence : wherein is conduct during his late voyage for discovering a passage from Hudson's-Bay to the South-Sea is impartially examin'd ... with an appendix of original papers ...
reply to Capt. Middleton's answer ... 1745:, A
reply to Capt. Middleton's answer to the remarks on his vindication of his conduct, in a late voyage made by him ... to find out a passage from the northwest of Hudson's Bay, to the western and southern ocean of America ..., A : to which is added, a full answer to a late pamphlet published by Capt. Middleton, called Forgery detected
This Chart of the Seas, Straits &c. thro' which his Maesty's Sloop Furnace pass'd for discovering a Passage from Hudson's Bay to the south Sea is most humbly dedicated by his most humble and most obedient servant
To Arthur Dobbs Esqr. : this Chart of the Seas, Straits &c. thro' which his Maesty's Sloop Furnace pass'd for discovering a Passage from Hudson's Bay to the south Sea is most humbly dedicated by his most humble and most obedient servant
To Arthur Dobbs Esquire
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