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16 April, 1771


On 16 April, 1771, James Cook wrote “in the morning a light breeze sprung up at Southerly with which we steer'd NW”.


Joseph Banks wrote “In the Course of this day we took our final leave of the table land, having a pleasant breeze and fair”.

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