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A collection of some attempts made to the North-East, and North-West, for the finding a passage to Japan, China, &c. As also somewhat relating to the satisfaction of all inquirers into Captain John Wood's present search of a passage by the North-Pole, &c. By Joesph Moxon, Hydroprapher to the King's most excellent Majesty.

Title:A collection of some attempts made to the North-East, and North-West, for the finding a passage to Japan, China, &c. As also somewhat relating to the satisfaction of all inquirers into Captain John Wood's present search of a passage by the North-Pole, &c. By Joesph Moxon, Hydroprapher to the King's most excellent Majesty.
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Note:London : printed by J. Moxon, and sold at his shop on Ludgate-hill at the signe of Atlas; and by James Moxon, in the strand neer Charing-cross, right against King Henry the Eighths-Inne, 1676
  
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Subject:Geography -- Early works to 1800
Subject:Northwest Passage -- Early works to 1800
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