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PART IV. Comprehending an account of the ship's voyage home from Batavia

CONTINUATION
of a
JOURNAL
OF A
VOYAGE to the SOUTH SEAS,
in his Majesty's ship THE ENDEAVOUR.

ON the 16th of January, we took our departure from this island; and, a few days after, the disorder with which several of our company had been attacked, and died at Batavia and Coopers Island, began to rage among us with great violence, and, in a few days, carried off Mr. Charles Green, the astronomer; Mr. Sydney Parkinson, Mr. David Spoving, clerk to Mr. Banks, and many of the common men. Mr. Green, being early seized with a delirium, unfortunately left some of his minutes so loose and incorrect, that it is feared it will be difficult to render them intelligible.


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