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19 October, 1770

 

On 19 October, 1770, James Cook wrote “Employ'd unrigging the Ship &ca”.

 

Joseph Banks wrote “Ever since our arrival at this place Dr Solander and myself had apply’d to be introduc’d to the General or Governor on one of his Publick or Council days. We had been put off by various foolish excuses and at last were plainly told that as we could have no business with him we could have no reason to desire that favour. But as we had often press’d the thing this as an excuse did not satisfie us so I went myself to the Shabandar, who is also master of the Ceremonies, in order to ask his reasons for refusing so trifling a request; but was surprizd at being very politely receivd and told that the very next morning he would attend us”.

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