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26 September, 1770

 

On 26 September, 1770, James Cook wrote “Winds and weather as yesterday”.

 

Joseph Banks wrote “Trade [winds] rather slacker than it had been. Eat today a buttock of Buffaloe which had been 3 days in salt: it eat so well and had so thouroughly taken salt that it was resolvd to Salt meat for the ships company when our biggest Buffaloes who would weigh above 300 lb were killd”.

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