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16 November, 1769

 

On 16 November, 1769, James Cook wrote “fresh gales between the SW and WBS, and squally, kept plying to windward in order to get under the land”.

Joseph Banks wrote “Wind foul as yesterday. Many Islands were seen but neither the main or them appeard at all Fertile or well inhabited”.

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