Considerations respecting Routes for an Antarctic Expedition in the Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society and Monthly Record of Geography, July 1901, Complete monthly issue.

London: Royal Geographical Society, 1901. Paperback. July 1901 Vol. XVIII, No. 1. 8vo, xiv, 120pp, xvi - xx (ads), blue paper wraps, ads at back cover. Three binding stab marks, which do not affect spine; internally, very good. Important material on Antarctica by Markham, pp 13 - 25, in which he discusses considerations for the expedition and proposes various routes including: I: Victoria Quadrant, First Route & Second Route; II: The Ross Quadrant, Third Route; III: Weddell Quadrant, Fourth Route, Fifth Route & Sixth Route; and IV: Enderby Quadrant, Seventh Route. Also includes A Survey in Baffinland, with a Short Description of the Country, by Robert Bell, pp 25 - 46. Item #13697

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