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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Ernest Henry Shackleton, Sir; George Marston
|Notes:||Title within ornamental border, with vignette in colors. At head of title: 1908-09.
The first book ever printed in the Polar regions; ed. by E.H. Shackleton. Loose sheets laced in wooden covers, made of packing-cases which contained the provisions. Only 90 copies printed.
|Description:||6 preliminary leaves,  pages I illustrations, 10 plates 28 cm|
|Contents:||The ascent of Mount Erebus; T.W.E. David.--Midwinter night; Nemo.--Trials of a messman; a messman.--A pony watch; Putty.--Southward bound; Lapsus Linguæ.--An interview with an emperor; A.F.M.--Erebus; Nemo.--An ancient manuscript; Shellback.--Life under difficulties; J. Murray.--Bathybia; D. Mawson.|
|Responsibility:||by George Marston.|
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