With the Results of a Long Intercourse with the Innuits, and Full Description of Their Mode of Life, The Discovery of Actual Relics of the Expedition of Martin Frobisher of Three Centuries Ago, and Deductions in Favour of Yet Discovering Some of the Survivors of Sir John Franklin's Expedition. In Two volumes. London: Sampson, Low, Son, and Marston, 1864.
Hardcover. Octavos. Two volumes. Volume I: xvi, 324 pages. Volume II: xii, 352 pages. Illustrated. [MISSING MAP BACK OF VOLUME I] Ex-library set with blue label from "Billington's Library, Rugby" on the front paste down volume 1. Green cloth hardcovers with gilt illustrated titles on the front boards and gilt titles on the spines. Worn cloth bindings that are slanted. Cloth is chipped head and base of the spines with tears. Another tear to the cloth on the front joint volume 1. Evidence of partial glue repairs on the spine of volume 2. Hinges cracked volume II. Volume I hinges in good condition. Text is clean. The folding map in back of volume 1 is mostly torn away with only a small section remaining. Fair only. Fair. Item #23606