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CONTENTS.

CHAPTER I. THE DOCTOR'S INVENTORY
CHAPTER II. FIRST WORDS OF ALTAMONT
CHAPTER III. A SEVENTEEN DAYS' MARCH
CHAPTER IV. THE LAST CHARGE OF POWDER
CHAPTER V. THE SEAL AND THE BEAR
CHAPTER VI. THE "PORPOISE"
CHAPTER VII. AN IMPORTANT DISCUSSION
CHAPTER VIII. AN EXCURSION TO THE NORTH OF VICTORIA BAY
CHAPTER IX. COLD AND HEAT
CHAPTER X. WINTER PLEASURES
CHAPTER XI. TRACKS OF BEARS
CHAPTER XII. IMPRISIONED IN DOCTOR'S HOUSE
CHAPTER XIII. THE MINE
CHAPTER XIV. AN ARCTIC SPRING
CHAPTER XV. THE NORTH WEST PASSAGE
CHAPTER XVI. ARCTIC ARCADIA
CHAPTER XVII. ALTAMONT'S REVENGE


CHAPTER XVIII. FINAL PREPARATIONS
CHAPTER XIX. MARCH TO THE NORTH
CHAPTER XX. FOOTPRINTS IN THE SNOW
CHAPTER XXI. THE OPEN SEA
CHAPTER XXII. GETTING NEAR THE POLE
CHAPTER XXIII. THE ENGLISH FLAG
CHAPTER XXIV. MOUNT HATTERAS
CHAPTER XXV. RETURN SOUTH
CHAPTER XXVI. CONCLUSION


CHAPTER I.

THE DOCTOR'S INVENTORY.

It was a bold project of Hatteras to push his way to the North Pole, and gain for his country the honour and glory of its discovery.



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