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Cook, Captain Jamescontinued.

Cook, Captain James-continued.
seeds planted by Mr Banks, 520.

traces of a visit made by Spaniards, C43.
desertion of two marines, 521.

a mad prophet, 645.
preparations for leaving Otaheite, 523. European animals landed, 647.
remarks on Cook's stay in Otaheite war with Eimeo decided on, 619.

from Dr Lardner's "Cabinet Cyclo- a human sacrifice, 651.
pælia," 524.

animals presented to Otoo, 650.
Tupia, 525.

present of a war canoe to Omai, 663.
explorations on New Zealand coast, account of a Spanish expellition, 665.
527.

sails from Eimeo and arrival at Hua-
on the coast of Australia, 528.

heine, 668
ship strikes on a coral reef, and their remarks on the conduct of Omai, 675,
remarkable preservation, 523,

arrival at Ulietea, 677.
naming of New South Wales, 529.

instructions given to Captain Clerke,
second voyage, 529.

677.
in command of the Resolution and

at Bolabola, 682.
Adventure, 5:9.

aceout of the productions of Ota-
at the Cape of Good Hope, 530.

heite, 685.
visit to Otaheite, 531.

progress after leaving Society Islands,
in the Antarctic Seas, 533.

693
visits Davis Land or Easter Island, 533. an eclipse of the sun observed, €95.
the Marquesas of Mendana, 633.

at Christmas Island, 695.
at Otaheite, 534.

burial-place of the human sacrifices,
at the Friendly Islands, 635.

699,
at New Zealand for third time, 536.

at Oneeheow, 701.
barbarous treatment of crew of Adven-

at Atooi, 705.
ture, 537.

natives of Sandwich Islands, 707.
Bougainville's and Kerguelen's explor- prosecution of voyage northward, 715.
ations, 539.

appearance of American coast, 717.
preparations for third voyage, 541.

behaviour of natives, 719.
equipment of Resolution and Dis- articles brought to barter, 721.
covery, 543.

arrival in King George's or Nootka
Omai taken on board, 543.

Sound, 725
crews of Resolution and Discovery, 545

of the skins brought for sale, 727.
in the road of Santa Cruz, 517.

personal appearance of the natives, 731.
arrival at the Cape, 549.

their manner of preparing and procur.
departure from the Cape, 551.

ing food, 739.
the Isle of Rendezvous, 553.

progress along the coast of America,
Kerguelen's Land visited, 555.

745.
from Kerguelen's to Van Diemen's an attempt to plunder the Discovery,
Land, 657.

751.
interviews with natives, 559.

a wide inlet called Prince William's
arrival at New Zealand, 561.

Sound, 753
news of massacre of Adventure's

on the Tshuktzki coast, 753.
crew, 563.

voyage northward

revented by fields
live stock left ashore, 565.

of ice, 754.
an island called Mangeea discovered, remarks on the sea-horse or walrus,
669.

755,
natives of Wateeoo, 571.

on the formation of ice-fields, 757.
interviews with the natives, 573.

return along coast of Asia, 759.
at Palmerston's Island, 581.

remarks on Behring's Voyage, 761.
at Annamooka, 583.

progress southward, 767.
at Hapaee, 585.

the Island of Oonalashka, 768.
island of Lefooga, 691.

intercourse with the natives there, 769.
island of Kotoo, 593.

charts of Russian discoveries, 771.
arrival at Tongataboo, 595.

Russian settlements visited, 773.
reception there, 597.

the home life of the natives, 775.
Mareewagee's entertainment, 599.

sets sail from Samganondha, 779.
confinement of Poulaho, 605.

arrival at Owhyhee, 782
sails from Tongataboo and arrival at the efforts made to preserve the health
Mooa, 613

of the crews, 783,
processions and ceremonies, 616.

at anchor in Karakakooa Bay, 788.
at Eooa, 621.

ceremonies at landing, 791.
remarks on Friendly Islands, 623.

society of priests, 793.
natives of Feejee, 625.

Terreeoboo visits the ship, 795.
manners, customs, and native cere-

boxing match, 797.
monies of inhabitants of Otaheite Terreeoboo's presents to Captain Cock,
and Friendly Islands, 627-639.

799.
sails from Friendly Islands, and con- suspicious conduct of the natires, 80s.
tinuation of voyage, 610.

cutter of the Discovery stolen, 805.
the Island Toobouai discovered, 611.

search made by Cook in the pinnace,
arrival at Otaheite, 641.

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INDEX.

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Cook, Captain James-continued.

Dampier, Captain William-continued.
a chief of the first rank accidentally

capture of a timber prize, 161.
shot, 806.

at Lobos de la Mar, 161.
disturbance among the natives and

capture of three small vessels, 162.
death of Cook, 806.

the Galapagos Islands, 162.
warlike attitude of the natives, 809.

produce of the islands, 163.
perfidy of Koah and the chiefs, 811.

hawksbill and green turtle, 164.
recovery of the remains of Cook's body,

island of Cocos, 167.
813.

at Nicoya, 168.
the remains coinmitted to the deep,

proposed attack on Realejo, 171.
819.

at Mangera, 171.
the ships leave Owhyhee, 819.

natives of Amapalla, 172.
the homeward voyage, 820.

failure of an attack on the town,
merits as a discoverer, 821.

173.
distinguished seamen who served un-

at anchor at Island of Plata, 174.
der him, 823.

description of island, 174.
Coxon, Captain, 135, 141.

the town of Payta, 177.
Crab Island, 91.

Indians of Colan, 177.
Crews of Resolution and Discovery, 515.

at Lobos de la Mar, 179.
Curaçoa, 144, 145.

description of Island of Puna, 179.
Cyppo or Coquimbo, town of, 65.

commerce of Quito and Guayaquil,

180.

attempt on Guayaquil abandoned,
D.

183

sails from Punta Arenas to Plata,
Dampier, Captain William – Voyage Round

184.
the World.

From Plata to the Bay of Panama,
Life of, 115.

184.
Dedication, 121.

Island of Gallo, 185.
Preface, 122.

Island of Gorgona, 186.
Introduction, 123.

Tumaco town taken, 186.
sails from London to Jamaica, 123.

King's or Pearl Islands described,
march across the Isthmus of Darien,

187.
124.

waiting for the Spanish Fleet, 188.
embarks for Santa Maria, 125,

Old Panama, 188.
capture of a bark at Cape Pasado,

the Spanish Armada described,
126.

189, 192.
description of Mosquito Indians,

story of John Gret the Indian, 189,
128.
march to the coast, 129-134.

treachery of Captain Bond at Ta-
on board a privateer, 135.

boga, 192, 193.
at Isle of St Andreas, 138.

sails for the Gulf of San Miguel,
the natives described, 138.

194, 195.
at Blewfields River, 138.

meeting with Captain Townley, 195.
striking manatee or sea-cow, 139.

at Taboga again, 196, 197.
off Point San Blas, 141.

strength of the privateer fleet, 198.
at Rio La Hacha, 143.

the Islands of Quibo, Quicara, and
a prize taken, 143.

Rancheria, 199.
at Curacoa, 144.

town of Puebla Nueva taken, 200.
description of island, 144.

city of Leon taken, 201.
at Buen Ayre, 145.

the march to Realejo, 202.
at Isle of Aves, 145.

the trade of Guatemala, 203.
Roques and Tortuga Islands, 147.

otto, indigo, and cochineal dyes,
at Blanquilla, 148.

203, 204,
the guana and cacao-tree described,

at Huatulco, 205.
148.

the Buffadore or Snorter, 206.
at Caracas, 149.

description of the vinello, 206.
at Virginia, 151.

the town of Acapulco described,
the sucking-fish, 151.

209.
sails from Virginia, 152.

seizure of a mule train, 211.
among Cape Verd Islands, 152.

cruising off Cape Corrientes, 213.
island of Sal, and poverty of

deadly encounter with the Span-
natives, 152.

iards, 215.
Mayo and Santiago described, 154.

among the Islands of Mazatlan, 216.
on the Guinea coast, 155.

seizure of an Indian village, 217.
at Sibble de Ward Islands, 156.

on the River Santiago, 218.
passage round Cape Horn, 156.

at Santa Pecaque, 219.
at Juan Fernandez, 157.

remarks on a north-west passage,
Robin the Mosquito Indian, 158.

221.
productions of Juan Fernandez,

the Marias Islands, 221.
158.

proposals to sail to Guam, 222, 223.
leaves Juan Fernandez, 160.

the island described, 224.

190.

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Dampier, Captain William-continued. Drake, Sir Francis-continued.
boat-making at Guam, 225.

three Spanish caunters taken, 38.
at Mindanao, 227.

lands at St Iago, 39.
the island described, 229, 230.

capture of a Portuguese vessel, 41.
jealousy of the Dutch merchants, among Cape Verd Islands, 41.
231.

arrival at River Plate, 42.
natives of the island, with their on the coast of Brazil, 43.
manners and customs, 233-240.

his self-dependence, 45.
at Meangis Island, 240.

in Port St Julian, 49.
a visit from Raja Laut, 241.

search for water, 49.
schemes of East India Company,

treachery of the natives, 60.
243.

execution of Thomas Douglity, 52
at Mindanao, 244.

Pelican changed to Golden Hind, 54.
hospitality of the Mindanayans,

violent storm on entrance to South
245.

Seas, 67.
discourse with the native women,

passes round Cape Horn, 60.
247.

on coast of Peru, 61.
mutiny on board, 249.

at anchor in Philip's Bay, 63.
at Chambongo, 251,

at Valparaiso, 64.
description of Islands of Mindoro taking of the Captain of Moriall, 64.
and Luzon, 253.

adventure with Spaniards, 65.
islands on the Cambodia coast, 256.

seizure of treasure from Spaniard and
Chinese temples and idols, 257.

Indian boy, 66.
at Pulo Obi, 258.

treasure taken at Arica, 68.
St John's Island, 260.

at Lima, 68.
home customs of the Chinese, 261,

capture of the Cacafuego, 70.
a Chinese junk described, 263,

at Guatulco, 72.
a "corposant” or electric light, 264.

sufferings through extreme cold, 73,
at Pescadores, 265.

74
Grafton and Monmouth Islands,

at anchor in the Bay of San Fran-
267.

cisco, 75.
death of Captain Swan, 275.

presents from the natives, 76.
off Celebes, 276.

native sacrifice, 77.
the Sultan of Bouton, 279.

leaves Bay of San Francisco, 83.
Australia or New Holland, 281.

arrives at Mindanao, 84.
wretchedness of the natives, 283.

visit from the King of Ternate, 85.
leave New Holland, 285.

leaves Ternate, 90.
Island of Sumatra, 286.

at anchor off Crab Island, 91.
Nicobar Island, 287.

on a shoal, 92.
leaves the ship, 289.

off the coast of Celebes, 95.
& canoe upset, 291.

at Java, 96.
sails in a canoe for Acheen, 292.

passes the Cape of Good Hope, 97.
illness at Acheen, 297.

at Sierra Leone, 97.
desertions from the Cygnet, 299.

arrival at Plymouth, 98.
arrival at Bencoolen, 301.

last voyage, 98
story of the Painted Prince, 303.

made Commander of expedition to
acts as gunner at Fort of Bencoo-

West Indies, 99.
len, 304.

Sir John Hawkins given equal com-
sails for the Cape, 305.

mand, 99.
soil, fruits, and animals at the

the Puerto Rico scheme, 99.
Cape, 309.

departure from Plymouth, 99.
touches at St Helena, 313.

quarrel with Hawkins, 100.
description of the island, its pro- at the Canaries, 101.
duce, and inhabitants, 314.

at Guadaloupe, 101.
at anchor in the Downs, 316.

death of Sir John Hawkins, 102.
Darien, isthmus of, 124, 183.

engagement at Puerto Rico, 102
Davis, Captain, 171, 172, 182, 186.

Rio de la Hacha taken, 103.
attempt on Guayaquil, 182.

burning of La Rancheria, 103.
at Plata, 184.

march to Panama, 104, 105.
at Otoque, 196.

death of Sir Francis Drake, 107.
parts from Captain Swan, 203.

end of Maynarde's narrative, 110.
Davis Land or Easter Island visited by Cook, Drake, Thomas, 41, 49.
633.

Dusky Bay, 530.
Doughty, Thomas, superseded by Thomas
Drake, 41, 61.

E.
death of, 52, 53,
Drake, Sir Francis Voyage Round the World. Eimeo, 666.

his desire to visit South Pacific, 36. Elizabeth Island, 55.
made Captain of the Pelican, 36. Elizabethides, the, 61.
equipment for the voyage, 36.

Endeavour River, 528.
sets sail from Plymouth, 37.

Eooa, 621.
arrival at Mogador, 37.

Erromango, 535.

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Karakakooa Bay, 789.
Kaye's Island, 747.
Kerguelen's explorations, 539, 555, 656.
King, Captain, at Cape François, 655.

in Adventure Bay, 557.
observations by, 561.
at Harvey's Island, 580.
sent to Komango, 582.
reception at Tongataboo, 597.
observations on eclipse, 612.
observations at Matavai, 647.
at a mock tight, 660.
observations on eclipse at Christmas

Islanıl, 695.
in Nootka Sound, 721.
explorations in Norton Sound, 765.
journal after returning to Sandwich

Islands, 789-819.
given command of the Discovery,

820.

in the River of Canton, 820.
King's or Pearl Islands, 187.
King George's Sound, 725.
Kotoo, 693.

L

La Vera Cruz, 118, 120.
Lefooga, 591.
Leon, city of, 200, 201.
Lima, 61, 68, 69, 161,
Llama, the, 67.
Lobos, Island of, 161, 176, 179, 184, 393.
Luconia or Luzon, 228, 253, 274,

M.

Galapagos Islands, 162, 163.
Ghir, Cape, 38.
Gore, Lieutenant, 545.

at Wateeoo, 572.
at Mareewagee's entertainment, 600.
in danger from the natives, 680.
at Onecheow, 702.
exploration of Prince William's Sound,

753.
given command of the Resolution,

820.
Gorgona, Isles of, 124.

visited by Dampier, 186.
Grafton Island, 267.
Guana, the, 148.
Guatemala, the trade of, 203, 205.
Guatulco, harbour of, 72.
Guayaquil, 161, 180, 183.
Guinea, coast of, 155.
Guam, Island of, described by Dampier, 222-

227.

11.

Hapaee, 584.
Harris, Captain, 197.
Hawkins, Sir John, 99.

quarrel with Drake, 100.

death of, 102.
Hobby, Mr, privateer expedition by, 124.
Hottentots or Hodmadods described by Dam-
Huaheine, 525, 534, 668.
Huanchaco, 161, 162.
Huatulco, 205, 206, 207.

pier, 310.

Indians, the, of Valparaiso, 63.

of Coquimbo, 65.
towns of, 67.
the Mosquito, 128, 157.
of the Pearl Islands, 138.
Robin, the Mosquito, of Juan Fer-

nandez, 157.
of Amapalla, 171.
of Manta, 175.
of Colan, 177.
of Darien, 189.
of California, 217.

of Guam, 225.
Indigo, trade in, 203.
Lsmyloff, Mr, his charts of Russian discov-

eries, 771.
his knowledge of geography, 772.

Macao, 448, 449.
Madeira, Island of, 333.
Mallicolo, Island of, 535,
Manatee or sea-cow, 139.
Mangeea, Island of, 569.
Mangera, Island of, 171.
Manilla, 210, 260.
Manilla galleon, he, 411; capture of, by

Anson, 461
Marias Islands, 221.
Marquesas, the, 533, 534,
Maynarde's, Thomas, narrative of Drake's

last voyage, 98-110.
Mayo described, 40, 153.
Mexico, Gulf of, 123.
Middleburg Island, 632.
Mindanayans, 233.
Mindanao, Island of, 84, 139, 227, 244.
Mindoro, Island of, 253.

Mocha, or Mucha, 61,

Plate, River of, 44, 46, 337.
Mogador, town of, 37.

Porto Bello, 107, 124, 137.
Moluccas, Islands of the, 83-85.

Port Royal, 116, 124.
Monmouth Islands, 267.

Prince Jeoly, 242; life of, 304, 315.
Morai, a, described, 517, 698

Prince William's Sound, 753.
Mosquito Indians, an account of the, 128, Providence Island, 137, 139.
129, 139.

Puerto Rico scheme, 99; attack on the fort,
Mowee, 800

102.
Mormorena, 67.

Pulo Obi, Island of, 258.
Morgan, Sir Henry, 188.

Puna, Islaud of, 179.
Mountague, Charles, Dampier's dedication
to, 121.

Q
N.

Queen Charlotte's Sound, visited by Cook,

627, 530, 631, 632, 537.
Narborough, Sir John, observations on Bay Quibo Islands, 124, 407.

of St Julian, 349.
Neapulco, Port of, 120.
Negril Bay, 124.

R
New Holland or Australia visited by Dam-
pier, 281 ; by Cook, 528, 529, 531.

Raiataia, 525.
New Zealand visited by Cook, 526, 527, 529, Realejo, attack on, by Dampier, 170, 171, 202.
630, 532, 536, 561.

Rendezvous, Isle of, 553.
New Guinea, 529.

Rio de la Hacha, 103, 104.
Nicobar Island, 287.

Rio do Ouro, 38.
Nombre de Dios visited by Drake, 104, 107. Rio Grande, the, 113.
Nootka Sound, 725.

Robin, the Mosquito Indian of Juan Fernan-
Norfolk Island, 536.

dez, 158.
North-west Passage, 221; equipmentof Cook's Roques Islands, 147, 150.

expedition in search of, 541.

S.
0.

Sago palm, the, 229.
Oberea, 496, 497, 503.

Santiago, town of, 64.
Oheteroa, 6:25.

Sambaloes, the, 124.
Old Panama, 188.

Samganoodha, 767, 779.
Omai accompanies Cook, 643.

Sandwich Islands, naming of, 535, 707.
two youths embark with, 667.

San Francisco, Bay of, 75.
presented with a war canoe, 663. San Miguel, Gulf of, 195.
settlement at Huaheine, 673.

Santa Cruz, 547.
One Bush Key, 117.

Santa Marta, 143.
Oneeheow, 700, 704.

Santa Pecaque, 219, 221.
Oonalashka, 768 ; natives of, 774.

Scurvy, deaths from, in Anson's squadron,
Oparre, 657.

357.
Opoureona, 612, 616.

Sea-leek, or rock-weed, seen by Anson, 416;
Otaheite first sighted by Cook, 481.

by Cook, 715.
visited, 531, 534.

Sea-lion, described by Dampier, 159.
productions of, 685.

Seal, described by Dampier, 159.
language of, 687.

Sharpe, Captain, 125.
system of religion, 689.

Sibble de Ward Islands, 156.
(Owlyhee, 782, 786, 819.

Sierra Leone, 97.
Oxenham, John, execution of, 36.

Solander, Dr, explorations on Tierra del

Fuego, 480.

explorations by, 488.
P.

thefts from, 489.

observations on transit of
Palliser's Islands, 534.

Venus, 506.
Palma Maria trees, 199.

death of, 629.
Palmerston's Islands, 581.

South Sea, passage into, 55.
Panama, 104, 184, 188: Bishop of, 131 ; Spragge, Sir Edward, 115, 116.
strength of, 135; described, 192.

Staten Island, 156, 351,
Payta, town of, 177, 394; taken by Anson, St Catherine, Island of, 342,
398.

George, Island of, 55.
Pescadores Islands, 265.

Helena, 313.
Petit Goave, 118, 136, 151.

Helen's, 329.
Philip's Bay, 63.

lago, Island of, 39, 40, 154.
Pizarro, Don Joseph, fate of his squadron, James, Islands of, 83

Julian, Port of, 49, 348, 350.
Plantain walks, 132, 134; the plantain, 230. Mary, Cape of, 41.
Plata, Island of, 124, 125, 174, 184.

Sumatra Island, 286.

335.

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