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A relation of some of the simple, though most efficacious means, by which Captain James Cook, under the Divine Favour, preserved himself and his ship's company ... in His Majesty's ship the Resolution ... in a letter from the Captain to Sir John Pringle, Bart., President of the Royal Society, &c. Preview this item
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A relation of some of the simple, though most efficacious means, by which Captain James Cook, under the Divine Favour, preserved himself and his ship's company ... in His Majesty's ship the Resolution ... in a letter from the Captain to Sir John Pringle, Bart., President of the Royal Society, &c.

Author: James Cook
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Genre/Form: Correspondence
Named Person: James Cook; John Pringle, Sir
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James Cook
OCLC Number: 219967334
Notes: Caption title.
In: The Annual register, or, A view of the history, politics, and literature, for the year 1776--Vol. XIX (1777).
Description: p. 114-121 ; 21 cm.
Contents: Remarks on the foregoing paper / by Dr. Macbride. --Observations on the method of burying the parish poor in London / Hygeia.

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