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The remains of the guides, lost in 1820 in Dr. Hamel's attempt to ascend Mont Blanc, were found imbedded in the ice of the Glacier des Bossons in 1863. " The men and their things were torn to pieces, and widely separated by many feet. All around them the ice was covered in every direction for twenty or thirty feet with the hair of one knapsack, spread over an area three or four hundred times greater than that of the knap- Rev. H. Moseley on the Mechanic on July 19, 2018doi:10.1098/rspl.1868.0028 fatcat:apxlyfgqufg2ro4cgkekdtjlc4