XXII. The method taken for preserving the health of the crew of his Majesty's ship the Resolution during her late voyage round the World. By Captain James Cook, F.R.S. Addressed to Sir John Pringle, Bart. P.R.S

@article{CookXXIITM,
  title={XXII. The method taken for preserving the health of the crew of his Majesty's ship the Resolution during her late voyage round the World. By Captain James Cook, F.R.S. Addressed to Sir John Pringle, Bart. P.R.S},
  author={J. Cook and F. R. S. Adrefedto and Sir John Pringle and J. Pringle},
  journal={Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London},
  pages={402 - 406}
}
As many gentlemen have expressed some surprize at the uncommon good state of health which the crew of the Resolution, under my command, experienced during her late voyage; I take the liberty to communicate to you the the methods that were taken to obtain that end. Much was owing to the extraordinary attention given by the Admiralty, in causing such articles to be put on board, as either by experience or conjecture were judged to tend most to preserve the health of seamen. I shall not trespass… Expand