Robert M'Cormick, R.N., F.R.C.S. (1800-1890)
Thirty-four sketches to illustrate Voyages of Discovery in the Arctic and Antarctic Seas, and round the World..., (London: 1884):
PART I: 'VOYAGE OF H.M.S. "EREBUS" AND "TERROR" TO THE ANTARCTIC SEAS'
St. Paul's Rocks (two sketches) (I, facing p.18)
St. Helena: Fairy Land and Lot's Peak; Napoleon's Tomb from the Road to Diana's Peak (I, facing pp.28 and 32)
Cape Town: Table Bay, & Cape Town, as seen from the summit of Table Mountain March 26/40 (not illustrated, and see I, pp.41-3)
East Island bearing N.W. by W. April 28/30 (not illustrated, and see I, p.45)
America Bay, Possession Island, May 1st/40 (not illustrated and see I, p.45)
Kerguelen: Exploring boat hauled up for the night, top of Cumberland Bay (two sketches); N.W. Bay discovered on the weather coast of Kerguelen's Land while away in the boat June 3/40 [Gregson's Bay]; Isthmus Bay [Club-mess Bay] (two sketches); Cumberland Bay, exploring boat bearing up in a gale... (two sketches); Boat Promontory, South Bay, Cumberland Bay - (I, facing pp.56, 70, 81 and 82)
Tasmania: Mount Direction & the Coif, Tasmania, as seen from the anchorage in the Derwent, Oct 2nd 1840 (not illustrated and see I, p.107)
Antarctica: Victoria Land - bearing S.W. to S.W. by W. Mounts Sabine and Herschell two remarkable Peaks with the Black Headland of Cape McCormick between them, Jany 15th 1841; Mounts "Erebus" and "Terror" bearing from E. by S. to E. by N. and Beaufort Island in front. Feb.16 1841; the remarkable Bight in the Antarctic Barrier ('The stupendous ice-cliffs forming the extraordinary bight in the great Antarctic Barrier, sketched as the "Erebus" tacked off its entrance') - (I, facing pp.150, 164 and 170)
Tasmania: Mount Wellington and River Derwent, Tasmania, sketched from Risden; Risden, Tasmania (residence of T. Gregson, Esq.) - (I, facing pp.204 and 206)
New Zealand: Revd. Williams' House & Printing office, Pahia Bay of Islands New Zealand, Nov 23/41 - (not illustrated, and see I, p.214)
Antarctica: Ships fast on east side of a floe, Jan. 18/42... - (I, facing p.258)
South America: cape Horn with offlying rocks; Cape Spencer and Joichim's Cove; and St. Martin's Cove, Hermite Islands (Tierra del Fuego) - (I, facing pp.298, 312 and 322)
St. Helena: James Town with Ladder Hill... May 12/43 (not illustrated, and see I, p.365)
PART II: 'ATTEMPT TO REACH THE NORTH POLE IN THE YEAR 1827'
Spitzbergen: HMS "Hecla" driven out of Smeerenberg Harbour into the pack in a gale of wind; The seven Islands as seen from the "Crow's nest" of H.M.S. "Hecla" 7 leagues distant; Hecla cove, Sptizbergen - (I, facing pp.386, 396 and 400)
PART III: 'VOYAGE IN SEARCH OF SIR JOHN FRANKLIN AND THE CREWS OF H.M.S. "EREBUS" AND "TERROR"'
Greenland: Disco Mountain; Esquimaux Settlement Cape York, coast of Greenland; Holsteinberg, Greenland; and "Forlorn Hope" running under the lee of Icebergs aground in Wellington Channel off Cape Osboorne in a gale of wind August 23rd 1882 - (II, facing pp.18, 44, 102 and 105)
all signed and extensively inscribed, the drawings 7¾ x 11¼in. (19.7 x 28.6cm.) and smaller, in modern blue cloth portfolio and slipcase (24)