London: 1876. Arctic material with cover illustration of the Supplement showing the skating rink at the winter quarters of the H. M. S. Discovery, followed by text pp 442-447; a full page map showing the route of the Expedition; and a double page engraving, titled "The North Pole Expedition: Sunday Morning on Board the Alert in Mid-Winter", and signed W. H. Overend at the lower right.
[with] the full issue for November 11, 1876, pp 449-464. With single and double page views of the North Pole Expedition, including: The Road between the Alert and the Discovery, showing sledges and dogs on the ice; a floe-berg aground; Lieutenant Parr setting off to bring help; the Alert nipped by the ice against the shore of Cape Beechey; a double page showing a sledge party camping for the night; the Discovery on shore in Discovery Bay; the highway to the north (signed W. H. O.); the Alert Hoisting Colours in Honour of Having Attained the Highest Latitude of any ship on Record (signed I. R. W.); and A funeral in the ice (signed C. R.). Very good condition. Item #20555