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Cartouche in North Pacific Ocean
Terrestrial and celestial pocket globe. Geographical details on the terrestrial sphere include trade winds and monsoons indicated by arrows. California is drawn as a peninsula. Australia and New Zealand are drawn according to the discoveries of Cook, whose death is recorded: 'Owhyhee / Where Cap.t Cook was / Killed'. Cook's third voyage, with the incorrect dates of 1772 and 1774 in the South Pacific Ocean is labelled, 'Cap.t Cook left Plymouth / July 13 1776'. A total of four oceans are named.
- Image reference: D7097_1
- Caird Collection (via Spencer), National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London