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Further remarks on the voyages of John Meares, esq.

George Dixon

Further remarks on the voyages of John Meares, esq.

in which several important facts, misrepresented in the said voyages, relative to geography and commerce, are fully substantiated. To which is added, a letter from Captain Duncan, containing a decisive refutation of several unfounded assertions of Mr. Meares, and a final reply to his answer ..

by George Dixon

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Published by J. Stockdale [etc] in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Meares, John, -- 1756?-1809,
  • Fur trade -- Northwest, Pacific,
  • Northwest Coast of North America

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesHistory of the Pacific Northwest -- PNW 88.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination80 p.
    Number of Pages80
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17741036M
    OCLC/WorldCa13850899

    Full text of "History of the Northwest Coast " See other formats. Hand book and map to the gold region of Fraser's and Thompson's rivers. Further remarks on the voyages of John Meares. London. Reel: PNW 9, No. 88 Dixon, George. Remarks on the voyages of John Meares. A reply to the Remarks of Arthur Dobbs, esq.; on Capt. Middleton's Vindication of his conduct. London. Reel: No.

    Extracts from Voyages Made in the Years and , From China to the Northwest Coast of America, With an Introductory Narrative of a Voyage Performed in , From Bengal in the Ship "Nootka" (Hawaiian Historical Society reprint, ca. ), by John Meares, ed. by Bruce Cartwright. page images at HathiTrust; multiple formats at John Almberg is the author of An Unlikely Voyage ( avg rating, 20 ratings, 3 reviews) and An Unlikely Voyage ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews)/5.

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Further remarks on the voyages of John Meares, esq. in which several important facts, misrepresented in the said voyages, relative to geography and commerce, are fully substantiated.

To which is added, a letter from Captain Duncan, containing a decisive refutation Further remarks on the voyages of John Meares several unfounded assertions of Mr. Meares, and a final reply to his answer.

Further remarks on the Voyages of John Meares, Esq: in which several important facts misrepresented in the said Voyages, relative to geography and commerce, are fully substantiated: to which is added a letter from Captain Duncan, containing a decisive refutation of several unfounded assertions of Mr.

Meares, and a final reply to his answer. The publication of this volume led to a warm controversy with George Dixon [q. v.], who immediately brought out 'Remarks on the Voyages of John Meares, Esq.,' 4to, This was followed by 'An Answer to Mr.

George Dixon, late Commander of the Queen Charlotte, by John Meares, Esq.,'4to, ; and this again by 'Further Remarks on the Voyages. “AN IMPORTANT LINK IN THE CHAIN OF AMERICAN DISCOVERY”: MEARES’ VOYAGES,DETAILING THE EVENTS WHICH LED TO THE END OF SPANISH CLAIMS ON NORTHWEST AMERICA MEARES, John.

Voyages Made in the Years andFrom China to the N. Coast of America: with an Introductory Narrative of a Voyage Performed in. The Dixon-Meares controversy, containing, Remarks on the Voyages of John Meares, by George Dixon, An answer to Mr.

George Dixon, by John Meares, and Further remarks on the Voyages of John Meares, by George Dixon; edited by F. Howay The Ryerson Press; L. Carrier & Co Toronto, New York [etc.] Australian/Harvard Citation.

Further remarks on the Voyages of John Meares, Esq. in which several important facts, misrepresented in the said Voyages, Relative to Geography and Commerce, are fully substantiated.

To which is added, A letter from Captain Duncan, containing a decisive refutation of several unfounded assertions of Mr. Meares, and a final reply to his Answer. BOOK REVIEWS The Dixon-MearesControversy.-Containing,Remarks on the Voy­ ages of John MeOJres, by George Dixon, An Answer to Mr.

George Dixon, by John Meares, and Further Remarks on the Voyages of John Meares, by George Dixon. Edited by F. HOWAY. (Toronto: Ryerson Press, Pp. 12+$).Author: Walter N. Sage. The Dixon-Meares controversy: containing, Remarks on the Voyages of John Meares, by George Dixon, An answer to Mr.

George Dixon, by John Meares, and Further remarks on the Voyages of John Meares, by George Dixon / edited by F. Howay Howay, F. (Frederic William), [ Book: ] At 2 libraries.

Meares, John. Voyages Made in the Years andfrom China to the North West Coast of America. Dixon, George. Remarks on the Voyages of John Meares Esq. Meares, John. Answer to Mr. George Dixon.

Dixon, George. Further Remarks on the Voyages of John Meares Esq. Dixon, George. Author of Voyages Made in the Years andfrom China to the North West Coast of America.

to Which Are Prefixed, an Introductory Narrative of a Voyage infrom Bengal, Observations on the Probable Existence of a North West Passage, The Memorial of Lt. John Meares of the Royal Navy, and Voyages De La Chine A La C te Nord-ouest D'am rique4/5. George Dixon has written: 'Further remarks on the Voyages of John Meares, Esq.

in which several important facts, misrepresented in the said Voyages, are fully substantiated. Further Remarks on the Voyages of John Meares, Esq. in which several important facts, misrepresented in the voyages, relative to geography and commerce, are fully substantiated.

Likewise is inserted a letter from Captain DUNCAN containing a decisive refutation of several unfounded assertions of Mr. MEARES, and finally a reply to his answer. The extravagant claims made by Mears in his Voyages, published in the fall ofprompted Dison to publish a pamphlet entitled Remarks on the Voyages of John Meares Esq.

in a letter to that Gentleman. This set off the well-known Dixon-Meares controversy (q.v.). Meares's book, Voyages Made in the Years andfrom China to the Northwest Coast of America was published in November It was immediately attacked by George Dixon and others for the apparent exaggeration of its author's activities on the American coast his achievements as both a trader and explorer.

Hardcover. Condition: New. Introduced & editied by Howay, this is a reproduction of Dixon's "Remarks on the Voyage of John Meares"; then Meare's "An Answer to Mr. George Dixon"; and finally Dixon's "Further Remarks on the Voyages of John Meares".

The original pamphlets are spectacular artifacts of the age, and priced accordingly. Dixon, George Further Remarks on the Voyages of John Meares, Esq.

In Which Several Important Fact, Misrepresented in the Said Voyages[ ]. London: Printed for the Author and Sold by John Stockdale, and George Goulding, 1st Edition. [] Dixon, George Remarks on the Voyages of John Meares, Esq in a Letter to.

"(Half-title: The Canadian historical studies, a library of historical research ). copies printed. A reprint of the three pamphlets (nos.

A, ) each with a separate t.p., with introduction and footnotes by Howay."-- Strathern, G. M., & Edwards, M. Navigations, traffiques & discoveries, A guide to publications relating to the area now British Columbia.

The Dixon-Meares controversy: containing Remarks on the voyages of John Meares, by John Dixon, An answer to Mr. George Dixon, by John Meares, and Further remarks on the voyages of John Meares, by George Dixon. (FC D59 ) 5.

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