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A chart of Lord Howe Island, 1788
Lidgbird Ball came across the island while sailing from Port Jackson to Norfolk Island. He named it for Lord Howe who was then First Lord of the Admiralty.
- Image reference: F0060
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London