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Of A VOYAGE TO THE
SOUTHERN ATLANTIC OCEAN,
IN THE YEARS 1828, 29, 30,
PERFORMED IN H. M. SLOOP CHANTICLEER,
UNDER THE COMMAND OF THE LATE
CAPTAIN HENRY FOSTER, F.R.S. &c.
BY ORDER OF THE LORDS COMMISSIONERS OF THE ADMIRALTY.
FROM THE PRIVATE JOURNAL OF
W. H. B. WEBSTER,
SURGEON OF THE SLOOP.
IN TWO VOLUMES.
The peculiar objects of the Chanticleer's Voyage rendered it one of more than ordinary interest, and particularly desirable that a record of its general proceedings should be preserved. Had it not been for the melancholy event by which the expedition was deprived of its leader, there can be no doubt that a complete narrative of the voyage would long ago have been published. The present volumes have been drawn up from notes made with a scrupulous
The numerous observations resulting from the extraordinary exertions of Captain Foster, were placed by the Admiralty in the hands of men of science, who have done ample justice to