Observations Made During a Voyage Round the World, on Physical Geography, Natural History, and Ethic Philosophy: Especially On: 1. The Earth and Its Strata; 2. Water and the Ocean; 3. The Atmosphere; 4. The Changes of the Globe; 5. Organic Bodies; and 6. The Human Species, Volume 1
An account of Cook's second circumnavigation in H.M.S. Resolution. Mostly about the South Sea Islands, "but there are numerous remarks and observations on America."--Maggs 442.
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