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Fri Mar 21 17:12:24 2014 UTClccn-n882989860.00Chart of part of the N.E. coast of Australia0.641.00The narrative of the Beagle voyage /52570893Phillip_Parker_Kingn 882989862578729King, P. P. (Phillip Parker), 1791-1856King, P. Parker (Phillip Parker), 1793-1856King, Philip P. (Philip Parker), 1791-1856King, Philip ParkerKing, Philip Parker, 1791-1856King, Philipp ParkerKing, Phillip P. (Phillip Parker), 1791-1856King, Phillip Parker, 1793-1856King, Phillipp Parkerviaf-32057224Fitzroy, Robert1805-1865edtlccn-n78095637Darwin, Charles1809-1882inslccn-n87115469Hordern, Marsden C.lccn-n00000769Mermaid (Cutter)nc-mermaid shipMermaid (Ship)lccn-n00000767Bathurst (Brigantine)nc-great britain$hydrographic departmentGreat BritainHydrographic Departmentlccn-nb2005016316Tiley, Robert1959-lccn-n85153017Australian Broadcasting Corporationlccn-n86126971Dumont d'Urville, Jules-Sébastien-César1790-1842King, Philip Parker1793-1856SourcesHistoryMapsCatalogs and collectionsSurveysTravelNatural historyBeagle ExpeditionSouth AmericaAustraliaSouth America--PatagoniaIndians of South AmericaAdventure and Beagle ExpeditionFuegiansDiscoveries in geographyKing, Philip Parker,Surveyors, MarineAdmiralsNew South WalesScientific expeditionsGreat BritainMermaid (Cutter)Bathurst (Brigantine)ExplorersDumont d'Urville, Jules-Sébastien-César,Fitzroy, Robert,Voyages and travelsOceaniaZoologyHydrographyPilot guidesNautical chartsNarrative of the surveying voyages of His Majesty's ships Adventure and Beagle, between the years 1826 and 1836, describing their examination of the southern shores of South America, and the Beagle's circumnavigation of the globeInvertebratesBirdsArmed Forces--OfficersGreat Britain.--Royal NavyAtlantic Ocean--Strait of MagellanAustralian Agricultural CompanyArchivesGeologySouth America--Tierra del FuegoWivesArgentina--Tierra del FuegoPacific Ocean--Torres StraitShipwrecksDarwin, Charles,BotanistsBrown, Robert,EnglandBanks, Joseph,BotanyBligh, William,King, Philip Gidley,Beagle (Ship)17931856181718181819182018241825182618271828182918301831183218331834183518361837183818391840184118421843184418451846184718481849185018511852185318541855185618591860186318641865186618731874187518761886189218931905192519271929193419381944195619661967196919701977197819791981198719901997200020022004200620072010201120121520221320910.9F293622614ocn003354496book18390.84Fitzroy, RobertNarrative of the surveying voyages of His Majesty's ships Adventure and Beagle between the years 1826 and 1836 : describing their examination of the southern shores of South America, and the Beagle's circumnavigation of the globe22011ocn008254245book18260.70King, Philip ParkerNarrative of a survey of the intertropical and western coasts of Australia : performed between the years 1818 and 1822Surveys1781ocn001194804book18390.84Fitzroy, RobertNarrative of the surveying voyages of His Majesty's ships Adventure and Beagle, between the years 1826 and 1836, : describing their examination of the southern shores of South America, and the Beagle's circumnavigation of the globe. In three volumes.711ocn003020710book19770.39Fitzroy, RobertA narrative of the voyage of H.M.S. Beagle592ocn767864076book20120.79Anderson, KatharineThe narrative of the Beagle voyage, 1831-1836HistorySourcesHMS Beagle has entered the collective imagination as the ship that carried Charles Darwin to the Galapagos, triggering his later work on the theory of natural selection. However, the Beagle also played a vital role in the development of modern hydrography, cartography and meteorology in both the voyage of 1831-36 and an earlier one of 1826-30. The work of the Beagle under her captain, Robert FitzRoy, was to chart South American coastlines, many of which had not previously been mapped, and to build a global chain of meridian distances. On this voyage, FitzRoy also pioneered the use of Francis Beaufort's new system for identifying wind force, the basis of the modern Beaufort scale. FitzRoy's unofficial goal on this voyage was to return three Fuegians to their native shores and establish a Protestant mission in the desolate, southern fringes of the continent. It was a pivotal experience of civilization and savagery for both Darwin and FitzRoy. Darwin and FitzRoy's separate accounts of the voyage were published in the four-volume Narrative of the Surveying Voyage of His Majesty's Ships Adventure and Beagle Between the Years 1826 and 1836 (1839). Darwin's version has never been out of print. In contrast, this set presents the first critical edition of the remaining texts from 1839: FitzRoy's account of the second voyage, his detailed appendices and the account of the 1826-30 voyage by Phillip Parker King, captain of HMS Adventure. Together they give an unparalleled example of British scientific exploration442ocn009801568book18280.97King, Philip ParkerExtracts from a letter addressed by Capt. Phillip Parker King to N.A. Vigors on the animals of the Straits of Magellan231ocn009816896book18320.96King, Philip ParkerDescription of the Cirrhipeda, Conchifera and Mollusca in a collection formed by the officers of H.M.S. Adventure and Beagle employed between the years 1826 and 1830 in surveying the southern coasts of South America : including the Straits of Magalhaens [sic] and the coast of Tierra del FuegoCatalogs and collections134ocn697599399com18320.53King, Philip ParkerSailing directions for the coasts of Eastern and Western Patagonia from Port St. Elena on the east side, to Cape Tres Montes on the west side, including the Strait of Magalhaens, and the sea coast of Tierra Del Fuego125ocn166308554book18370.92King, Philip ParkerA voyage to Torres Strait in search of the survivors of the ship Charles Eaton, which was wrecked upon the Barrier Reefs, in the month of August, 1834, in his Majesty's Colonial Schooner Isabella, C.M. Lewis, Commander112ocn833168638book18390.47King, Philip ParkerNarrative of the Surveying Voyages of H. M. Ships Adventure and Beagle, between the years 1826 and 1836, describing their examination of the southern shores of South America101ocn024280429book18350.96King, Philip ParkerInstructions nautiques sur les côtes de la Patagonie, depuis le port Sainte-Hélène, a l'est, jusqu'au Cap Tres-montes, a l'ouest, y compris le Détroit de Magellan et la côte du large de la Terre-de-Feu92ocn703923991file19690.59King, Philip ParkerNarrative of a Survey of the Intertropical and Western Coasts of Australia Performed between the years 1818 and 1822 -- Volume 294ocn227862724book18260.73King, Philip ParkerNarrative of a survey of the intertropical and western coasts of Australia : performed between the years 1818 and 1822 : with an appendix containing various subjects relating to hydrography and natural history85ocn223768241map18250.10King, Philip ParkerChart of the north coast of AustraliaMaps82ocn015118625book18650.98King, Philip ParkerDerrotero de las costas de la América Meridional desde el rio de La Plata hasta la bahía de Panamá con inclusion del estrecho de Magallanes y de las islas Malvinas y Galápagos82ocn084651474book18390.96Narrative of the surveying voyages of His Majesty's ships Adventure and Beagle : between the years 1826 and 1836, describing their examination of the southern shores of South America, and the Beagle's circumnavigation of the globe. In three volumes. Vol. I.[-III]63ocn223762404map18360.10King, Philip ParkerChart of part of the N.E. coast of AustraliaMaps63ocn223762170map1844King, Philip ParkerChart of part of the N.E. coast of AustraliaMaps65ocn221528080map1819Great BritainMacquarie HarbourMaps62ocn062023146book18390.47King, Philip ParkerNarrative of the Surveying Voyages of H. M. Ships Adventure and Beagle, between the years 1826 and 1836, describing their examination of the southern shores of South America1324ocn038757522book19770.27Hordern, Marsden CKing of the Australian coast : the work of Phillip Parker King in the Mermaid and Bathurst, 1817-1822HistoryBiography+-+3572937705324931ocn077549328book20060.19Tiley, RobertThe Mermaid tree : how a tiny unknown ship opened Australia's north and west to development, dreams and disappointmentHistoryA fascinating true tale of maritime exploration, imperial rivalry and the development of Colonial Australia in the first half of the nineteenth century. An in-depth examination of an important part of Australia's history+-+4652688825324242ocn008598604book19790.97Poletti Formosa, Rodolfo RLa primera expedición hidrográfica inglesa al confín austral americano, 1826-1830151ocn777976503book20120.24Abbott, Brian DPhillip Parker King 1791-1856 a most admirable AustralianHistoryNaval historyBiography111ocn027622425book19810.47Stapleton, EugenieHarriet (Lethbridge) King, Admiral King's wifeBiography61ocn225753525book0.47Cunningham, AlanPapers [M692]ArchivesRecords and correspondenceTranscripts of some papers in the Mitchell Library, Sydney. 1). "Journal of the proceedings of Mr James Bowie and Mr Allan Cunningham... "1814-15 with continuations by Cunningham to 1819. 2) Letters 1817-19, to Sir Joseph Banks and W.T. Aiton. 3) Lists of seeds and specimens 1816-22. 4). Draft entitled "Original MS of appendix to P.P. King's 'Survey' ... and dated "New So Wales July 1822". 5. Correspondence between Cunningham and Robert Brown 1822-39, and further lists of specimens collected and plants observed by Cunningham between 1819 and 182762ocn222103978book1997Hordern, Marsden CPhillip Parker King, 1791-1856 : boy veteran of the Napoleonic Wars and Australia's first born AdmiralNaval historyBiography41ocn225772519book0.70New South WalesHistorical records of New South WalesHistoryMapsSources31ocn225820459book0.47Stokes, John LortPapers [M3051-3054]ArchivesRecords and correspondenceMicrofilm includes: Logs, letterbooks, correspondence and other papers concerning voyages of HMS Beagle, HMS Acheron and HMS Havannah. They refer to surveys of northern Australia, Western Australia, Tasmania and New Zealand. Correspondents include E.J. Eyre, P.P. King and J.S. Roe31ocn761845660book20111.00The narrative of the Beagle voyageHistorySources31ocn220878142book1856Clarke, William BranwhiteThe dead which are blessed : a sermon preached in the Church of St. Thomas, Willoughby, N.S.W. on Sunday, 2nd March 1856, the day after the funeral of the late Rear-Admiral Philip [i.e. Phillip] Parker King, M.C.Sermons21ocn221399736mapKing, Philip ParkerCharts of the coast of AustraliaSurveys21ocn224563727book1856Clarke, William BranwhiteThe dead which are blessed : a sermon21ocn222565345book18320.53King, Philip ParkerSailing directions for the coasts of Eastern and Western Patagonia from Port St. Elena on the east side, to Cape Tres Montes on the west side, including the Strait of Magalhaens, and the sea coast of Tierra Del Fuego11ocn222942547bookLetter from Lieutenant King : now employed in completing a survey of New Holland11ocn217726060book19780.47Powell, AlanP.P. King and the men of the Mermaid and Bathurst11ocn795632884file1934Ruskin StudioDora and Philip Parker King in period costume11ocn225845764bookCunningham, AlanPapersArchivesRecords and correspondencea. Journals, 1814-19, at Rio de Janeiro and in N.S.W. b. Letters, 1817-19, to Sir Joseph Banks, 1817-19, and W.T. Aiton, 1818-19. c. Lists of seeds and specimens collected at Rio de Janeiro, Ceylon, Western Australia and New South Wales, 1816-18, and on the coasts of Australia during a voyage of H.M.S. Bathurst, 1821-2. d. Original MS of appendix to P.P. King's 'Survey' II pp. 497-533. New So. Wales, July 1822. e. Miscellaneous papers, 1819-39, including letters to R. Brown, 1822, and lists of plants observed on various voyages, 1819-27, including New Zealand, 182611ocn841180666book20120.73King, Philip ParkerNarrative of a survey of the intertropical and western coasts of Australia : performed between the years 1818 and 1822 : with an appendix containing various subjects relating to hydrography and natural history11ocn310788390book1831Views in the Strait of Magellan, &cPictorial works+-+3572937705324Fri Mar 21 15:47:05 EDT 2014batch27164