11 June 1769
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11 June 1769

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11 June 1769

Sunday 11th Clowdy with rain last night and this Morning the remainder of the ^ day fair weather. This Day Mr Banks and I took Tabia Toobouratomita on board the Ship and shew'd him the Print containing the Colours worne by the Ships of different Nations and very soon made him understand that we wanted to know which of them it was worne by the Ships that were at Ohidea he at once pitched upon the Spanish Flag and would by no means admit of any other: this together with several Articles we have lately seen amongest these people Such as Jackets Shirts &Ca usually worne by Spanish Seamen, proves beyond doubt that they must have been Ships of that Nation and come from some Port on the Coast of South America —

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