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" To Dr. Richardson, in particular, the exclusive merit is due of whatever collections and observations have been made in the department of Natural History ; and I am indebted to him in no small degree for his friendly advice and assistance in the preparation... "
The Osprey: An Illustrated Monthly Magazine of Popular Ornithology - Página 14
1902
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Narrative of a Journey to the Shores of the Polar Sea, in the ..., Volumen 1

John Franklin - 1824
...in the days of sunshine, and in those of " sickness and sorrow." To Dr. Richardson, in particular, the exclusive merit is due of whatever collections...assistance in the preparation of the present narrative. The charts and drawings were made by Lieutenant Back, and the late Lieutenant Hood. Both these gentlemen...
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Narrative of a Journey to the Shores of the Polar Sea, in the ..., Volumen 1

Sir John Franklin - 1824
...in the days of sunshine, and in those of " sickness and sorrow." To Dr. Richardson, in particular, the exclusive merit is due of whatever collections...assistance in the preparation of the present narrative. The charts and drawings were made by Lieutenant Back, and the late Lieutenant Hood. Both these gentlemen...
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The Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London, Volumen 35

Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain) - 1865
...introduction, indeed, to the account of the voyage, Franklin pays this tribute to his assistance. " To Dr. Richardson the exclusive merit is due of whatever...and observations have been made in the department of Isatural History, and I am indebted to him in no small degree for his friendly advice and assistance...
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Voyages of Discovery and Research Within the Arctic Regions, from the Year ...

Sir John Barrow - 1846 - 359 páginas
...Inspector of the Royal Naval Hospital at Haslar : " To Doctor Richardson, in particular," Sir John says, " the exclusive merit is due of whatever collections...assistance in the preparation of the present narrative. The Appendix (upward of two hundred and eighty pages) is mostly his own." Doctor Richardson volunteered...
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Voyages of Discovery & Research Within the Arctic Regions, from the Year ...

Sir John Barrow - 1846 - 359 páginas
...Inspector of the Royal Naval Hospital at Haslar; " To Doctor Richardson, in particular," Sir John says, " the exclusive merit is due of whatever collections...assistance in the preparation of the present Narrative. The Appendix (upwards of two hundred and eighty pages) is mostly his own." Doctor Richardson volunteered...
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Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society, Volúmenes 9-10

1865
...assistance. " To Dr. Richardson the exclusive merit is due of whatever collectioas and observations havo been made in the department of Natural History, and...assistance in the preparation of the present narrative."* In the second expedition of Franklin, 1825 to 1828, to Dr. Richardson was entrusted the exploration...
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The Annual Register, Volumen 107

Edmund Burke - 1866
...Introduction, written by Sir J. Franklin, we read (p. xiv.) as follows : — " To Dr. Richardson in particular the exclusive merit is due of whatever collections...assistance in the preparation of the present narrative." The mammalia and birds of Sir Edward Parry's voyage had their natural history given to the world by...
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Annual Register

1866
...Introduction, written by Sir J. Franklin, we read (p. xiv.) as follows : — " To Dr. Richardson in particular the exclusive merit is due of whatever collections...assistance in the preparation of the present narrative." The mammalia and birds of Sir Edward Parry's voyage had their natural history given to the world by...
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Dictionary of National Biography, Volumen 48

Leslie Stephen - 1896
...fareast as CapeTurn again, 6J° east of the river mouth. In the Barren Grounds they were reduced to groat straits, and Richardson was compelled in self-defence...he had as a near neighbour and friend Francis Boott [qv] the botanist, Richardson next devoted himself to describing the mammals and birds in the appendix...
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The Journal of the Linnean Society: Zoology, Volumen 9

1868
...it was appreciated by his chief cannot be better given than in Sir John Franklin's own words : — " To Dr. Richardson the exclusive merit is due of whatever...indebted to him in no small degree for his friendly advico and assistance in the preparation of fche present narrative." In the years 1820-28 Dr. Biehardson...
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