In 1830-33 the Enderby ships Tula and Lively under John Biscoe circumnavigated Antarctica, discovering Enderby Land (the first unequivocal sightings of land in Greater Antarctica), discovering and annexing Graham Land on the Antarctic Peninsula, and visiting the South Sandwich, South Shetland, Falkland, Chatham and Bounty Islands, but bringing home only 30 sealskins for the entire voyage (Biscoe 1833; Cumpston 1962).
They visited Ile Amsterdam, and Campbell Island where they met John Biscoe (16 Jan 1839) and rescued the sealing party of the New Zealander (marooned there since 1835-36).
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Morag said: "Eric was an engineer in the Merchant Navy and he travelled to the Antarctic on board the RRS John Biscoe
After training as a weather observer, Shaw traveled to Antarctica on the John Biscoe
(FIDS' 70 m supply vessel) with that year's staff contingent for the British bases.
We opened this container that had just arrived from Egypt to ensure that it was all in order and I was with the forklift operator and became aware there was something in there," the Telegraph quoted John Biscoe
, of GMA Freight, as saying.
James Weddell's expedition crossed the 74[degrees]S parallel in 1823, and in 1831 John Biscoe
discovered a coast that he named Enderby Land in honor (now a sad reminder) of the company that sent him.
The individual who loaned Gorman the money contacted North Little Rock attorney John Biscoe
Bingham who, in turn, won a judgment from Gorman in 1986.
whalers: John Biscoe
, Peter Kemp & John Balleny, in the 1830s
Angus persuaded the captain of RRS John Biscoe
to land dogs, men, and equipment at a refuge hut on the mainland.