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17 April, 1771

 

On 17 April, 1771, James Cook wrote “Fresh breezes and fair weather, with a swell from ye SW”.

 

Joseph Banks wrote “Many Birds such as Albatrosses and some shearwaters were about the ship, also many peices of Trumpet weed ( [Ecklonia buccinalis] ) floating by”.

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