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thumb|Portrait of Samuel Wallis by Henry Stubble, c. 1785
right|thumb|300px|Captain Wallis facing Tahitians' hostility.
thumb|Memorial to Samuel Wallis and the crew in [[Truro Cathedral, Cornwall.]]
Samuel Wallis (23 April 1728 – 21 January 1795 in London) was a British naval officer and explorer of the Pacific Ocean. He made the first recorded visit by a European navigator to Tahiti.

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by Cook, James, 1728-1779
London : British Museum Photographic Service, [19--]
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Uniform title: Account of the voyages undertaken by order of His present Majesty for making discoveries in the southern hemisphere (Dutch). 1774
by Hawkesworth, John, 1715?-1773
Te Rotterdam : Reiner Arrenberg, 1774
 
 
Uniform title: Account of the voyages undertaken by order of His present Majesty for making discoveries in the southern hemisphere. German
by Hawkesworth, John, 1715?-1773
Berlin : Haude und Spener, 1774
 
 
Uniform title: Account of the voyages undertaken by the order of His present Majesty for making discoveries in the southern hemisphere. French
by Hawkesworth, John, 1715?-1773
A Paris : Chez Saillant et Nyon, rue Saint-Jean-de-Beauvais, [Chez] Panckoucke, Hotel de Thou, rue des Poitevins, 1774
 
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