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terrible fight, resulting in victory to the latter. The probable consequence was that Ask-him would now be king. Ritenbank went about with his head down and tail between his legs, a dethroned and friendless monarch. The usurper鈥檚 reign, however, was likely to be a short one, as, on the party鈥檚 leaving, the dogs would either be shot or left to starve to death.

The 5th of 鏉窞鍝佽尪鍚ugust arrived, and the ship was the only thing talked about. Some of the men reported smoke down the straits, but it was soon found to be only water-clouds or fog. In the midst of these excitements, Lockwood gave expression to the following feelings: 鈥淎s the time for moving approaches, I feel a singular apathy. If we had plenty of 鏉窞妗戞嬁娴佺▼ fresh meat and more good books, I could stand another winter here.鈥?

Soon after, heavy winds from the south making great changes in the condition of the ice, active preparations were

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made for leaving.

Lockwood writes: 鈥淚 don鈥檛 feel as though I was going away, much less toward the south. Have felt more stirred up on beginning a sledge-journey.鈥?
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TABULATED STATEMENT OF THE DISTANCE TRAVELED TO LOCKWOOD ISLAND.
Distance traveled. Time.
Adv Tr Add Tot Adv Tr MPH
鏉窞娲楁荡涓績鍏ㄥ浠锋牸 Miles鈥擥eographical. Hours. Geo. M.
OUT.
Fort Conger to Boat Camp 48 67 157 224 21? 28? 2?23
Boat Camp to sea-coast 36 86 25 111 18? 44? 1?92
Sea-coast to Cape Bryant 37? 103? 12 113 21? 471/?? 1?74
Cape Bryant 鏉窞鍝噷鍋歴pa姣旇緝鍢垮樋to Cape Britannia 60 118 .. 118 32 55?/?? 1?87
Cape Britannia to farthest 95 95 .. 95 39? 48? 2?39
Total

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(out) 267? 469? 194 701 133? 223? 2?07
BACK.
Farthest to Cape Britannia 95 95 .. 95 37? 41? 2?52
Cape Britannia to Cape Bryant 60 60 .. 60 25? 28 2?33
Cape Bryant to Boat Camp 61? 61? .. 61? 27? 36? 2?2鏉窞涓濊鎺ㄦ补 5
Boat Camp to Fort Conger 48 48 .. 48 22? 2鏉窞榫欏嚖璐村惂 8? 2?13
Total (back) 264? 264? .. 264? 112? 1342/?? 2?34
Aggregate (out and back) 541 734 194 965? 24511/?? 357? 2?20
Aggregate (out and back) in statute miles 623 .. .. 1069

Key 鏉窞妗戞嬁姘寸枟浼氭墍 to Headings:
Adv: Advanced.
Add: Additional miles traveled.
Tr: Traveled.
Tot: Total.
MPH: Number of miles per hour.

The word 鈥渁dvanced,鈥?both here and in the journal, refers to the simple distance from camp to camp, and the actual time occupied in making that distance鈥攁ll stops deducted.

The word 鈥渢raveled鈥?includes total number of miles traveled鈥攖he number of miles advanced added to those traveled in going back and forth in 鈥渄oubling up.鈥?The time corresponding refers to 璐垫棌瀹濊礉鏉窞榫欏嚖 the whole time from leaving one camp to arriving at the next, all stops included.

The 鈥渁dditional miles鈥?refer to incidental journe

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