Cook's voyage 1768-71 [manuscript] : copies of correspondence, etc. 1768-1771.

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Cook, James, 1728-1779. Cook's voyage 1768-71 [manuscript] : copies of correspondence, etc.

Cook's voyage 1768-71 [manuscript] : copies of correspondence, etc. 1768-1771.

Contemporary MS copies of Cook's correspondence with the Admiralty Victualling Office, etc. relating to the first voyage of the H.M.S. Endeavour. Including the Secret Instructions and Additional Instructions to him from the Admirality. The Secret Instructions are bound in with the correspondence. Cover is titled Cook's Voyage 1768-1771. Copies of Correspondence etc. (1 vol.).

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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, ...

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