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    Re: Sun Moon Lunars to 155 degrees
    From: Antoine Couëtte
    Date: 2010 May 20, 11:39 -0700

    May 20 th, 2010

    Dear Frank,


    [[NavList 12834] Re: Sun Moon Lunars to 155 degrees dtd Apr 13, 15:39

    you wrote the following :


    By the way, Did I miss something here? Do you folks not have access to the original book by Wales??



    ... well, if this " original book by Wales " is the one from which our now well known and quite celebrated 05Jul-11Sep1773 Lunar page 174 was taken from and

    as far as I am concerned , although I have kept attempting to get a copy of this document here in France through various channels,

    .... absolutely no result for the moment ....

    which a bit disturbing to me.

    How come this fantastic book - and only just this one - is not available to public research and study, while the reports of the subsequent Cook's Navigation Campaign are available on the Web ?

    Any help here from anybody ?

    Thank you again

    Antoine M. "Kermit" Couëtte

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