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- a THE JEANNKTTJf AltOTIO EXPEDITION Lieutcnabt Danenhaueri of the lli'fstei Jeebbetle Arctic elplofing ship, with three other survivors of the crew Professor It. L. Neeeombe, naturalist to the eiidition John Cole, the bosttwaln, and Charles Tong Sing, a Chlaaman from Canton, who acted as steward arrived In Lirerpool on Wednesday evening from Hull, whither they had been brought from Orcnrtadt by the Wilton liner Hidalgo. On arrival at Liveriool thev were met br tha i . - i 1 . r - it i i i . i. T r i t. Aiuuinui v.unuir nu. ot&aru, uiq iuc v ire anu uepuiy Contul, Yetterday many ..Americans vi'tifed the explorers at the AdelpliI Hotel, and in the afternoon Mr. Packar i entertained a large Dumber of gentlemen at luncheon in honour of the visit, Responding to Uia toast of bit health, LutrpwurT DaNKNUATKH nisiitloria - l wtUi ttIftior that among tb AM whom they met after their dreary travel through nipena wa an ,r,nifiitiHn ie,. mm aAcoM h$m a mo l hearty. wlwmaw wslmjne they woul4 alwsyi raraamber, In the imifut soumaaljiiii, tlw lieutonant diwnM si ( Untli lb hrdhi. whfi ImsmlthM rsiioi i hw tttw m ute eaniHiiie itsvi UMtiim, M aUteii that the .Jeaiittette w .at pfut sunk in '4i rathom or watpf in atoiittiate lal. 77 10, long,. 160 K. ew - aklna ef hf r mwt he saw h out of fcer eottipletfieril i 6f 83 pemotis, tliefe ef otily 13 SuvlVof all told, lie seems to dislike toe idea of being ttdered home, and In fact had set 0b foot a dltmmf f search ltt the rtvef steamer for tbe mittuig member of the crewv lit describe hitn - self as being in good health, but trace are still visible of tbe navoe wrought on bim by tbe continued hardship and etpoture he hat been subjected to. His eyes became affected during the fint winter tbe Jeannetta wa out; and since tbat time be baa undergone 13 lurgical operation on them, lie has narrowly escaped losing the sight: of both yet. He has not yet recovered, and is ttill compeUsd to wear tinted (pectaele. rroleasor Xvewcombe is similarly inougn not so oaiuy anecieu. Tbe latest news.lrom the mouth of the Lena Says : V The. lieutenant announces the nndinir - of 11 bodies. including those of Captain Delong, who had cbarge of the expedition, Dr. Ambler, meteorologist, Collins, and eight seamen, woo perisnea in a wuueruess, oevoiu oi ooin game and habitations.. The missing boat of Lieutenant Chipps was last seen on September 12 during a - furious gale. Separation of tho boats was caused by darkness and Stress of weather ,and Lieutenant Chipps and his men were lost tight of during the night. The whale boat arrived safely at the. mouth of the Lena river, and 11 were saved. Two of the captaia's party were sent ahead and were 'saved.' Altogether there are eight missing, for whom search ia now being made." Lieutenant Danenhauer left Liverpool iu the Celtic for . Ull New York, taking with him the logbook. Important I journals have also been lound, and a run report or tbe ex pedition will be made.

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  1. The Times,
  2. 19 May 1882, Fri,
  3. Page 10

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