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[[pencil notes on inside cover]] 180 4 - 20 112 25 --- ------ 68 4 - 45 3 - 00 [[image: irregular pentagon divided 4 - 45 into ten triangular sections with "18" ------- written near its lower right side]] 10 - 15 [[note with an "X" drawn through it]] m h [[Chro?]] 3 - 00 ┐ Nov 16th/61 | │ W X - 15 ┘ [[/note with an "X" drawn through it]] Montreal Island [[?]] to [[lit. ?]] island by two [[swinnig?]] Dec 2d 399 Back [[/pencil notes on inside cover]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[written vertically]] Montreal ^[[circled]] Island [[/circled]] named [[Shipps?]] by Sir Geo Back Aug ^[[1st]] 1st 1834 in Commemoration of the attention he had received from the public-spirited & hospitable inhabitants of Montreal City Canada See -- "Back's Journal" [[circled]] 399 [[/circled]] [[/written vertically]] [[column 1]] Page [[circled]] 17 [[/circled]] Articles ^[[found]] among the Esquimaux belonging to Sir John Franklin's party Tent poles & Kayacks Paddles made out of ash oars Pieces of Mahogany Elm, Oak & Pine Copper & sheet Iron boilers Tin Soup Terrenes Pieces of Instruments Letter nip of [[overwritten]] "1853" [[/overwritten]] "1843" Broken Handsaw Chisels &c [[/column 1]] [[column 2]] Pages [[circled]] 21 [[/circled]] & [[circled]] 22 [[/circled]] Chain hooks Chisels Black smiths shovel Coal Chisel Tin coal Boiler A Bar of iron Wrought iron 3 feet long 1/2 in [[strikethrough]] Br [[/strikethrough]] Broad 1/4 in thick Small pieces of rope Bunting A number of sticks strung together on one of wh was Cut [[underline]] "Mr Stanley" [[/underline]] Chip Shavings Ends of pine plank [[line drawn pointing to continuation of list in lower right corner]] Elm ash bark & Mahogany evidently sawed by unskillful Hands one had the word [[underline]] "Terror" [[/underline]] carved on it [[circled]] 27 [[/circled]] = Cod Line & striped Cotton [[/column 2]] [[column 3]] Daggers Beads Files Tin Kettles [[/column 3]] [[column 4]] [[circled]] 15 [[/circled]] Obtained or Barter There were articles usually Sold by Hudson Bay Company to Indians [[/column 4]]
Sir George Back was a British naval officer and explorer of the Canadian Arctic.
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