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e was about thirty-one years of age. The expedition reached Uppernavik August 14th, and on the following morning his body was buried. The funeral was attended by the officers and crew of the United States, and also by the Danish officials. The service was performed by Mr. Alten, the missionary, the chapel bell tolling during the ceremony. While answering the Governor's salute, at Uppernavik, the gun on board the United States burst, injuring one of the men severely. About the 3d of August, early one morning, a block fell from the fore yard, and striking the cook, a Dane, on the head, fractured his skull, severed an artery and knocked him senseless to the deck. He was conveyed below and his wounds dressed. Preparations were now made for entering the ice. The schooner was out of water twenty-one inches more than when she left Boston harbor, having been lightened, adding greatly to her sailing qualities. Dr. Hayes procured forty dogs, secured the services of six Esquimaux,