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Cook’s Coat of Arms

 

On 30 July, 1770, James Cook wrote “hazey with rain, but the winds tho more moderate kept in the SE quarter”.

Joseph Banks wrote “Ever since the ship was hawld off for sailing we have had Blowing weather till today, when it changd to little wind and rain which gave us some hopes; in the evening however the wind returnd to its old Byas”.

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