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Text:"...BIBLIOGRAPHY or THE WEITINQS OF CHAHLES DICKENS, ■wrra mast CURIOUS AND INTERESTING PARTICULARS EBLATINO TO HIS WOKKS. By JAMESCOOK. LONDOIT: PRAHK KEE8LAKE, 22 COVENTRY STREET, HAYMARKET. PAISLEY..."
Date:1879
Place:London, England
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Text:"..., John (brother), 2, 14, 15 Cook, James (Master ohhe Mercury), 26, 27, 58, 92 Cook, James (father), 2, 12, 13, 14 Cook, James (son), 507 Cook, James, R.N., F.R.S., birth, 4 ; school, 5 ; apprenticed..."
Date:Between 1728 and 1779
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... a day during the time you are employed therein. - I am, etc. etc., Philip Stephens. MrJamesCook, Town. Mr William Test, Tower, to be paid 6s. per day. On 8th May Captain Graves wrote acknowledging..."
Date:Between 1728 and 1779
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... April 1767. An Observation of an Eclipse of the Sun at the Island of Newfoundland, 5th August 1766 by MrJamesCook, with the Longitude of the place of Observation deduced from it. Communicated by J..."
Date:Between 1728 and 1779
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... destroyed the works. Mr Desbarres was afterwards appointed Governor of Cape Breton. On the return of H. M.S. Northumberland to England where she arrived on 24th October at Spithead, her Master, MrJamesCook..."
Date:Between 1728 and 1779
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"..., communication between Lord Colville and Colonel Amherst was kept up by the boats of the fleet under the charge of the third lieutenant of H.M.S. Gosport, MrJamesCook, formerly Master of H.M.S. Mercury, who..."
Date:Between 1728 and 1779
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... destroyed the works. Mr Desbarres was afterwards appointed Governor of Cape Breton. On the return of H.M.S. Northmnberland to England where she arrived on 24th October at Spithead, her Master, MrJamesCook..."
Date:Between 1728 and 1779
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... JamesCook (thus in the Minutes of the Society) who now attended will be appointed by the Admiralty to the command of the vessel destined for the observation in the Southern Latitudes, and that he..."
Date:Between 1728 and 1779
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... voyages, under whatever authority publifned, or however jwmpoufly fet forth. The late Captain JamesCook, the lubjetl of thefe memoirs, was born at IVkirton, in the North Riding of Yorkfliire, hn RlMniary..."
Date:1784
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... destroyed the works. Mr Desbarres was afterwards appointed Governor of Cape Breton. On the return of H.M.S. Northumberland Xo England where she arrived on 24th October at Spithead, her Master, MrJamesCook..."
Date:Between 1728 and 1779
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... April 1767. An Observation of an Eclipse of the Sun at the Island of Newfoundland, 5th August 1766 by MrJamesCook, with the Longitude of the place of Observation deduced from it. Communicated by J..."
Date:Between 1728 and 1779
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... JamesCook (thus in the Minutes of the Society) who now attended will be appointed by the Admiralty to the command of the vessel destined for the observation in the Southern Latitudes, and that he..."
Date:Between 1728 and 1779
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... April 1767. An Observation of an Eclipse of the Sun at the Island of Newfoundland, 5th August 1766 by MrJamesCook, with the Longitude of the place of Observation deduced from it. Communicated by J..."
Date:Between 1728 and 1779
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:".... JamesCook in the navy, cotemporary with our hero. He was made Lieutenant, April 1st, 1760, eight years before the great navigator attained that dignity ; but he never rose above that rank, for long after..."
Date:1836
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"..., communication between Lord Colville and Colonel Amherst was kept up by the boats of the fleet under the charge of the third lieutenant of H.M.S. Gosport, MrJamesCook, formerly Master of H.M.S. Mercury, who..."
Date:Between 1728 and 1779
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"..., communication between Lord Colville and Colonel Amherst was kept up by the boats of the fleet under the charge of the third lieutenant of H.M.S. Gosport, MrJamesCook, formerly Master of H.M.S. Mercury, who..."
Date:Between 1728 and 1779
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... that Captain JamesCook (thus in the Minutes of the Society) who now attended will be appointed by the Admiralty to the command of the vessel destined for the observation in the Southern Latitudes, and that he..."
Date:Between 1728 and 1779
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... a day during the time you are employed therein. - I am, etc. etc., Philip Stephens. ** MrJamesCook, Town. *^ Mr William Test, Tower, to be paid 6s. per day. On 8th May Captain Graves wrote acknowledging..."
Date:Between 1728 and 1779
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... JamesCook (thus in the Minutes of the Society) who now attended will be appointed by the Admiralty to the command of the vessel destined for the observation in the Southern Latitudes, and that he..."
Date:Between 1728 and 1779
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... of Captain JamesCook of the Royal Navy, one of the most celebrated Navigators, that this or former ages can boast of; who was killed by the natives of Owhyhee in the Pacific Ocean, on the 14th day of February..."
Date:1836
Publication place:London, England