Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
The log book of HMS Resolution compiled by William Wales during the passage to the South Seas under the command of Captain James Cook.
Daily log entries covering the Resolution’s second Antarctic sweep. Wales includes observations on weather conditions and sightings of seabirds. On 5 February he records the occurrence of a large water spout at sea [RGO 14/58: 87]. In an entry for 15 February he observes that ‘It is a little remarkable that in all our track to the Southward this year we have never once seen the least glimpse of the Southern Lights’ [RGO 14/58: 89v].
Observations made on board HMS Adventure during her passage to the South Seas as part of the expedition led by Captain James Cook in HMS Resolution.
Observations made on board HMS Resolution during her passage to the South Seas on the expedition led by Captain James Cook.
A copy of a letter of appointment to R.A. Smart, Leader of the Royal Society Antarctic Expedition, with notes of guidance, a press release and notes on Halley Bay.
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