Papers [manuscript]. 1977.

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Walker, G. J. (Geraldine J.). Papers [manuscript].

Papers [manuscript]. 1977.

Poem, untitled, about Captain Bligh, signed by G. J. Walker. Added 4.12.1979: Photocopy of a 7 page typescript of Captain Cook material in the National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh. Added 25/1/1980: A random survey of the published versions of the collected voyages of Capt. James Cook, including several published works of the first, second and third voyages only. The volumes described were selected from libraries in Sydney, Canberra & Melbourne. (File 420/1/4).

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Walker, G. J. (Geraldine J.)

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Epithet: Captain; of Add MS 31865 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000126.0x00033e Bligh was an officer of the British Royal Navy and colonial administrator. He is best known for the famous mutiny that occurred against his command aboard HMAV Bounty. After the Bounty mutiny he became Governor of New South Wales. From the description of Papers [manuscript]. 1958. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record...

Cook, James, 1728-1779

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James Cook (b. November 7, 1728, Marton, Great Britan-d. February 14, 1779, Hawaii) was a British explorer, navigator, cartographer, and captain in the Royal Navy. He became an apprentice to some shipowners in Whitby. In 1759 he became master of his own ship, the Northumberland. The following winter, while laid up in Halifax, he studied mathematics and attained a sound knowledge of astronomical navigation. Cook went on to become an eminent circumnavigator. He made many geographical discoveries, ...