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28 April, 1771

 

On 28 April, 1771, James Cook wrote “Do Weather”, meaning the same as the day before, when he wrote “Fresh gales and clowdy”.

 

Joseph Banks wrote nothing.

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I have just learned that Captain James Cook landed on Australian Soil at Kurnell on the 28th day of April 1770
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