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21 February, 1770

 

On 21 February, 1770, James Cook wrote “notwithstanding we have carried as much sail as the Ship could bear it is apparent from the Obserd Latitude that we have been drove 3 Leagues to leeward sence yesterday... A great many Sea fowl and Grampusses about the Ship”.

Joseph Banks wrote “Weather rather more moderate but still foul so that we saw again today the same part of the coast as yesterday”.

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