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10 January, 1771


On 10 January, 1771, James Cook wrote nothing until 14 January.


Joseph Banks wrote “Little trade; the people brought down a deer of a kind weighing about 40 lb [possibly a Muntjak]; our stock of Turtle was now Considerably increasd, some few having been bought every day, tho the Joint number did not equal what had been bought the first day”.

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