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— — —. 1768b. The Great Probability of a North West Passage: Deduced from Observations on the Letter of Admiral De Fonte . . . Proving the Authenticity of the Admiral’s Letter. London: Thomas Jefferys.

— — —. 1769. A Collection of Charts of the Coasts of Newfoundland and Labradore, &c. . . . Drawn from Original Surveys taken by James Cook and Michael Lane . . . Published by Permission of the Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty. London: Thomas Jefferys.

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