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9 September, 1769


On 9 September, 1769, James Cook wrote “Moderate breezes and dark Clowdy weather, sometimes hazey with drizling rain”.

Joseph Banks wrote “Fair wind, light breeze and very pleasant weather: a small peice of sea weed was seen; few birds only the Pintado and small shearwater”.

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