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10 February, 1769

 

On 10 February, 1769, James Cook wrote “The former part of this day had fresh breezes and dark clowdy weather; in the night hard squalls with rain and afterwards hazey rainy weathr”.

Joseph Banks wrote “During all last night the ship has pitchd very much so that there has been no sleeping for land men”.

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