A Description of the coast, tides, and currents, in Button's Bay, and in the Welcome :
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- A Description of the coast, tides, and currents, in Button's Bay, and in the Welcome : being the North-west coast of Hudson's Bay, from Churchill River, in 58° 56' north latitude, to Wager River or Strait, in 65° 24' taken from Scrog's, Crow's, Napier's, and Smith's journals, made in the years 1722, 1737, 1740, 1742, 1743, and 1744 : also, from the discoveries made in 1742, in the voyage in the Furnace Bomb, and Discovery Pink, commanded by Captain Middleton and Captain Moor ; shewing from these journals, a probability, that there is a passage from thence to the western ocean of America.
Nord-Ouest, Passage du.
Hudson, Baie d'.
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Half of the pamphlet is devoted to Middleton's voyage, the author supporting the Dobbs viewpoint.
Scanned from a microfiche of the original publication held by Library and Archives Canada.