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A Voyage To The South Sea (Fiscal Part I) For The Purpose Of Conveying The Bread-Fruit Tree To The West Indies,

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A Voyage To The South Sea (Fiscal Part I) For The Purpose Of Conveying The Bread-Fruit Tree To The West Indies,
1787.

The King Having Been Graciously Pleased To Comply With A Request From The
Merchants And Planters Interested In His Majesty'S West India Possessions
That The Breadfruit Tree Might Be Introduced Into Those Islands, A Vessel
Proper For The Undertaking Was Bought And Taken Into Dock At Deptford To
Be Provided With The Necessary Fixtures And Preparations For Executing
The Object Of The Voyage. These Were Completed According To A Plan Of My
Much Honoured Friend, Sir Joseph Banks, Which In The Event Proved The
Most Advantageous That Could Have Been Adopted For The Intended Purpose.

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