The 'Discovery' convict ship (lying at Deptford), the vessel which accompanied Captain Cook on his last voyage by Edward William Cooke

The 'Discovery' convict ship (lying at Deptford), the vessel which accompanied Captain Cook on his last voyage

Edward William Cooke

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The 'Discovery' convict ship (lying at Deptford), the vessel which accompanied Captain Cook on his last voyage

A plate from Cooke's 'Shipping and Craft'. The inscribed information about this vessel being used by Cook is incorrect. Cook's ship was the earlier vessel of this name. This one is Vancouver's, used in his subsequent exploration of the American north-west coast and later converted by building up as shown to become a a convict hulk on the Thames.
Edward William Cooke

Original size: 158 mm x 199 mm

  • Image reference: PU6034

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