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The Arctic ocean Captain Ross and the crew of the 'Victory' saved by the 'Isabella' of Hull
Showing the rescue of John Ross and his crew in 1833, after being stranded for four winters in the Arctic. Many people in England believed they were dead. By coincidence, Ross was found by the 'Isabella' the same ship he had commanded in 1818. She had subsequently returned to Hull, to her former service as an Arctic whaler. The 'Isabella's' astonished crew informed Ross that he had been dead for two years.
Original size: 136 mm x 211 mm
- Image reference: PU6090
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London