On a cold December day in 1831, The Captain of the HMS Beagle, Robert FitzRoy, boarded his ship on a two-year journey to chart South America. One of his shipmates, however, was not a member of his crew but a civilian. Voyages of this length were so lonely and stressful on commanders that the Royal Navy often appointed independent ‘Gentlemen’ to provide a travel companion for the Captain – someone who was not subordinate and could therefore hold a conversation as an equal. In fact, Fitzroy gained his commission after the previous Captain shot himself. By FitzRoy’s side to provide
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