الأخوان بيتشي و الساحل الليبي 1821-1822

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  • Title: الأخوان بيتشي و الساحل الليبي 1821-1822
  • Author: Frederick William Beechey الهادي بولقمة
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  • Page: 417
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  • Frederick William Beechey الهادي بولقمة

    Frederick William Beechey 17 February 1796 29 November 1856 was an English naval officer and geographer.He was the son of Sir William Beechey RA, and was born in London In 1806, he entered the Royal Navy, and saw active service during the wars with France and America.In 1818, he served under Lieutenant afterwards Sir John Franklin in David Buchan s Arctic expedition, of which at a later period he published a narrative In the following year he accompanied Lieutenant W E Parry in HMS Hecla In 1821, he took part in the survey of the Mediterranean coast of Africa under the direction of Captain, afterwards Admiral, William Henry Smyth He and his brother Henry William Beechey, made an overland survey of this coast and published a full account of their work in 1828 under the title of Proceedings of the Expedition to Explore the Northern Coast of Africa from Tripoly Eastward in 1821 1822.In 1825, Beechey was appointed to command the HMS Blossom His task was to explore the Bering Strait in concert with Franklin and Parry operating from the east In the summer of 1826, he passed the strait and a barge from his ship reached 71 23 31 N and 156 21 30 W near Point Barrow which he named, a point only 146 miles west of that reached by Franklin s expedition from the Mackenzie river The whole voyage lasted than three years and in the course of it Beechey discovered several islands in the Pacific, and an excellent harbour near Cape Prince of Wales.In July 1826, he named the three islands in the Bering Strait Two were the Diomede Islands that Vitus Bering had named in 1728 Ratmanoff Island Big Diomede and Krusenstern Island Little Diomede Beechey called the uninhabited third islet Fairway Rock , which is still its contemporary name One of his crew, Petty Officer John Bechervaise, gave a detailed account of the voyage in his Thirty Six Years if a Seafaring Life by an Old Quartermaster, published privately in 1839.In 1831, there appeared his Narrative of a Voyage to the Pacific and Berings Strait to Co operate with the Polar Expeditions, 1825 1828 In 1835, and the following year Captain Beechey was employed on the coast survey of South America, and from 1837 to 1847, carried on the same work along the Irish coasts He was appointed in 1850 to preside over the Marine Department of the Board of Trade In 1854, he was made rear admiral, and in the following year was elected president of the Royal Geographical Society.Beechey Island, where Sir John Franklin wintered, is named after him.

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