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Definition of Solander

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The scientific men above mentioned were, Mr Green, an astronomer; Mr Banks, a naturalist, who afterwards became Sir Joseph Banks and a celebrated man; Doctor Solander, who was also a naturalist; and two draughtsmen, one of whom was skilled in drawing objects of natural history, the other in taking views of scenery.
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He says that, while they were off the coast of Spain, Mr Banks and Dr Solander, the naturalists, had an opportunity of observing some very curious marine animals, some of which were like jelly, and so colourless that it was difficult to see them in the water except at night, when they became luminous, and glowed like pale liquid fire.
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As Mr Banks and Dr Solander were anxious to visit them, a boat was lowered and sent ashore.
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Mr Banks and Dr Solander then advanced about one hundred yards, on which two of the Indians returned, and, having advanced some paces, sat down.
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One of the main objects that Mr Banks and Dr Solander had in view in going with Captain Cook on this voyage was to collect specimens of plants and insects in the new countries they were about to visit.
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It consisted of Mr Banks and Dr Solander with their servants, two of whom were negroes; Mr Buchan, the draughtsman; Mr Monkhouse, the surgeon of the ship; and Mr Green, the astronomer.
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Dr Solander, who had formerly travelled on the snow-topped mountains of Norway, was aware of the danger of giving way to this feeling, and strove to prevent his companions from falling into the fatal rest.
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Strange to say, Dr Solander was the first to disregard his own warning.
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Dr Solander, on being told the same thing, replied that he was willing to go on but that he must "_first take some sleep_," forgetting apparently that he had before told his comrades that to sleep was to perish.
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With Dr Solander they were more successful, yet, though he had not slept five minutes he had almost lost the use of his limbs, and the muscles were so shrunken that the shoes fell off his feet.
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The moment Dr Solander was got to the fire, two of the strongest of the party who had been refreshed were sent back to bring in the negro.
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The first negro, who had sunk down at the same time with Dr Solander, was found standing on his legs, but unable to move.
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One of the houses visited by Cook, in company with Messrs. Banks and Monkhouse, Dr Solander and others, on his first landing, was that of Tootahah, a middle-aged man, who seemed to be a person of rank.
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A snuff-box belonging to Mr Monkhouse disappeared, and an opera-glass in a shagreen case, the property of Dr Solander, vanished.
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One belonged to Dr Solander, another to Captain Cook; the owner of the third was not known.
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Some natives had been seen on the beach, so, when the ship was secured, Cook took two of his boats, and, accompanied by Mr Banks and Dr Solander, with a party of men, went on shore.
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He ordered three boats to be manned with seamen and marines, and proceeded towards the shore, accompanied by Mr Banks and Dr Solander, also by Tupia, the Tahitan, to act as interpreter.
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One day Mr Banks, Dr Solander, Tupia, and others, went ashore and visited a party of natives who appeared to have just concluded a repast.
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In the woods between the trees, Dr. Solander had a bare sight of a small animal something like a rabbit, and we found the dung of an animal which must feed upon grass, and which, we judge, could not be less than a deer; we also saw the track of a dog, or some such like animal.
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The great quantity of plants Mr. Banks and Dr. Solander found in this place, occasioned my giving it the name of Botany Bay.
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Examples of Solander

Example #1
The _Endeavour_ was victualled for a cruise of eighteen months.
Example #2
The crew consisted of forty-one seamen, twelve marines, and nine servants-these, with the officers and the scientific men of the expedition, made up a body of eighty-five persons.
Example #3
One, that was carefully examined, was about three inches long, and an inch thick, with a hollow passing quite through it, and a brown spot at one end, which was supposed to be its stomach.
Example #4
The very first pages in Cook's journal mention some of these wonders.
Example #5
They landed near a bay in the lee of some rocks where the water was smooth.
Example #6
The ship having approached close to that part of the land named Tierra del Fuego, natives were observed on shore.