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This draught of the North Pole is to shew all the countries near and adjacent to it, as also the most remarkable tracks of the bold discoverers of them, and particularly the attempts of our own countrymen to find out the N. East and N. West passages
- Moll, Herman, d. 1732
- [London : Printed for Thomas Bennett ; John Nicholson ; and Daniel Midwinter, 1705]
Relief shown pictorially. Insets of Nova Zembla and Waygats and a view of the Northern hemisphere with the purported routes of the northwest and northeast passages. From: Navigantium atque itinerantium bibliotheca ... / by John Harris. London : Printed for Thomas Bennett ; John Nicholson ; and Daniel Midwinter , 1705. In upper left: Voll. 1 page 564. In upper left: Voll. 1 page 564."
- Arctic Ocean; Arctic regions
- Northwest Passage—Discovery and exploration—Maps, Northeast Passage—Discovery and exploration—Maps, North Pole—Discovery and exploration—Maps, Arctic regions—Maps—Early works to 1800, Maps—North Pole—1705, and Maps—Arctic regions—1705
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