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Dobbs, Arthur
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Account of the countries adjoining to hudson's bay, in the north-west part of america containing a description of their lakes and rivers, the nature of the soil and climates, and their methods of commerce, &c. shewing the benefit to be made by settling colonies, and opening a trade in these parts; whereby the french will be deprived in a great measure of their traffick in furs, and the communication between canada and mississippi be cut off. with an abstract of captain middleton's journal, and observations upon his behavior during his voyage, and since his return. to which are added, i.a letter from bartholomew de fonte ... giving an account of his voyage from lima in peru, to prevent, or seize upon any ships that should attempt to find a northwest passage to the south sea. ii. an abstract of all the discoveries which have been publish'd of the islands and countries in and adjoining to the great western ocean between america, india, and china, &c. ... iii. the hudson's bay company's charter. iv. the standard of trade in those parts of america; with an account of the exports and profits made annually by the hudson's bay company. v. vocabularies of the languages of several indian nations adjoining to hudson's bay. the whole intended to shew the great probability of a north-west passage
Account of the countries adjoining to Hudson's Bay in the Northwest part of America
Bio. dir. of American colonial and revolutionary governors 1607-1789, 1980:
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.
Reply to capt. middleton's answer to the remarks on his vindication of his conduct in a late voyage made by him in the furnace sloop by orders of the lords commissioners of the admirality, to find out a passage from the northwest of hudson's bay, to the western and southern ocean of america. shewing the art and evasions he makes use of to conceal his mis-conduct and neglect in prosecuting that discovery: as also the false currents, tides, straits, and rivers he has laid down in his chart and journal to conceal the discovery; with remarks upon some extraordinary affidavits he has published in his favour. to which is added, a full answer to a late pamphlet published by capt. middleton, called forgery detected
To Arthur Dobbs Esquire