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The Author's account of himself, . 115-121 | the East Indies, and arrives at Guam,

The Epistle dedicatory, . . . . 121 one of the Ladrone Isles, . . 222-227

Preface,

122, 123

CHAPTER XI.

The Introduction, containing the Author's His arrival at Mindanao, one of the

departure from England into the West

Philippine Islands, and of its natural

Indies and the South Seas to the time state, ·

.

of his leaving Captain Sharp,

227-232

CHAPTER Xii.

. 123-125

.

CHAPTER I."

The political state of Mindanao, . 232-240

His return out of the South Seas to his

CHAPTER XIII.

landing at the Isthmus of America, 125-129 Occurrences during the Author's stay at

CHAPTER II.

Mindanao,

· 240-250

His return by land over the Isthmus, 129-135

CHAPTER xiv..

CHAPTER III.

He departs towards Manilla in the Isle

His traverses among the West India

of Lucopia ; touching at Bat Island

Islands and coast, and arrival in Vir-

and the Isle of Mindora, and leaving

. 135-151 Luconia, he goes to Pulo Condore, on

the coast of Cambodia, to Pulo Obi,

His departure for the South Seas again;

in the Bay of Siam, and to Pulo Con-

his touching at the Islands of Cape

dore again,

. 251-259

Verd and the African coast, and arrival

M. CHAPTER XV.

at the Isle of Juan Fernandez, . 151-160 He goes to the Island of St John on the

CHAPTER V.

coast of China, to the Isles Pescadores

His course thence northward to the Isles

near Formosa, and the Bashee or five
of Lobos and Gallapagos, to Caldera

islands between Formosa and Luconia,
Bay, Realejo, and Amapalla, in the

called Orange, Monmouth, Grafton,
kingdom of Mexico,

. 160-173

Bashee, and Goat Isles, . . 259-274

CHAPTER vi .

CHAPTER XVI.

He goes back towards Peru to the Isle He coasts along the east side of Luconia,
Plata, Point Santa, Hellena, Manta,

Mindanao, and other of the Philip-
Paita, Lobos, Puna, Guayaquil, and

pines, and touching at the Islands of

Plata again,.

Celebes and Callasusung in the Island

CHAPTER vii. .

of Bouton, he arrives at New Hol-

His progress northward again to the

River Santiago, Tomaco, the Isle Gal-

TER XVII.

leo, Isle Gorgonia, the Pearl Jslands, He goes thence, touches at the Island

&c., in the Bay of Panama, . 184-199 Trieste and another, and steering along

CHAPTER VIII.

the west coast of Sumatra, arrives at

He proceeds along the Mexican coast to

the Island of Nicobar, where he stays

the keys of Quibo, Realejo, and the

ashore, and the ship departs, . 285-292

harbour of Guatulco, .

CHAPTER XVIII.

He stands over from thence in an open
He coasts along to Acapulco, Petaplan,

boat to Passange Jonca, and thence to
Estapa, Couma, Sallagua, Cape Cor-

Achin; and after several traverses
rientes; thence to the Isles of Cham-

comes to Bencoolen, all on the Island

etly, Bay of Valderas, Isles of Pon-

of Sumatra,

. 202-304

tique, other Isles of Chametly, Massa-

CHAPTER XIX.

clan, Rosario, River Santiago, Santa He ships himself for England, and ar-

Pecaque, Isles of Santa Maria, Valderas,

rives at the Cape of Good Hope, 304-310

and Cape Corrientes again, . . 207-222

CHAPTER XX.

CHAPTER X.

His departure thence to St Helena, and

He stands over the Southern Ocean for arrival in the Downs,.

310-316

· 173-184

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Ingularity of Kerguelen's Land, . . 556

CHAPTER VI.

Passage from Kerguelen's Land to Van

Diemen's Land ; arrival in Adventure
Bay; incidents there; interviews with
the natives; their persons and dress
described; account of their behavi-
our, - CHAPTER VII.
The passage from Van Diemen's Land to

New Zealand; employments in Queen
Charlotte's Sound; transactions with
the natives there ; intelligence about
the massacre of the Adventure's boat's
crew; of the two young men who em-

bark to attend Omai, . , 601-507

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CHAPTER IV.

a future life; traditions about the

The day of sailing fixed; peace made

creation; an historical legend; honours
with Eimeo; Omai's war-canoe, and

paid to the King; distinction of
remarks upon his behaviour; Otoo's

ranks; punishment of crimes; names
present and message to the King of

of their gods ; names of islands they
Great Britain; reflections on our man-

visit; extent of their navigation, 684-693

ner of traffic, and on the good treat-

CHAPTER X.

ment we met with at Otaheite; ac Progress of the voyage after leaving the

count of the expedition of the Span-

Society Islands ; Christmas Island dis-

jards, .

covered, and station of the ships there;

great success in catching turtle; an

Arrival at Eimeo ; visit from Maheine,

eclipse of the sun observed ; inscrip-

chief of the island; his person de-

tion left in a bottle ; account of the

scribed ; expedition across the island ;

land,

. 693 696

houses and canoes burned, . 666-668

CHAPTER XI..

CHAPTER VI.

Some islands discovered ; account of the

Arrival at Huaheine; Omai's offering

natives of Atooi, who come off to the
and speech to the chiefs ; his establish-

ships, and their behaviour on going on
ment in this island agreed to; damage

board; one of them killed ; a water-
done by cockroaches on board the

ing place found; excursion into the
ships ; fireworks exhibited ; animals

country: a "morai" visited and de-
left with Omai: inscriptions on his

scribed ; graves of the chiefs, and of
house; summary view of his conduct

the human sacrifices, there buried ;
and character; account of the two

another island, called Oneehow, visited;

New Zealand youths, . 668-676 ceremonies performed by the natives

CHAPTER VII.

who go off to the ships ; reasons for

Arrival at Ulietea; intelligence from

believing that they are cannibals; the
Omai ; instructions to Captain Clerke;

ships leave the island and proceed to

desertion of a midshipman and a sea-

the north,.

. 695-704

man; three of the chief persons of the

CHAPTER Xil..
island confined on that account; A

The situation of the islands now dis-
design to seize Captains Cook and

covered; called the Sandwich Islands;
Clerke discovered; the two deserters

Atooi described; the soil ; climate ;
brought back, and the prisoners re-

persons of the inhabitants; canoes;
leased; the ships sail; refreshments

agriculture; account of one of their
received at Ulietea ; account of its de-

chiefs; weapons ; customs agreeing
throned King, and of the late regent of

with those of Tongataboo and Otahe-

Huaheine, .

676-681 ite; extent of this nation throughout

the Pacific Ocean ; reflections on the

Arrival at Bolabola; interview with

useful situation of the Sandwich

Opoony; reasons for purchasing Mon-

Islands,

704-714

sieur Bougainville's anchor; departure

CILADTCO v

APTER XIII.
from the Society Islands; particulars Prosecution of the voyage; remarks on
about Bolabola; animals left there,

the mildness of the weather, as far as
and at Ulietea; various reflections re-

the Latitude 44° N.; small sea-animals

lative to Otaheite, and the Society

described ; arrival on the coast of

America ; appearance of the country ;

unfavourable winds and boisterous
Account of Otaheite; beauty of the

weather; remarks on Martin de Aguil-
country ; cultivation ; the persons of

lar's river, and Juan de Fuca's pre-
the natives ; general character ; system

tended strait; an inlet discovered,

of religion ; notions about the soul and where the ships anchor, , 714-720

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