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CHAP. I.-The Port au Prince sails from Gravesend
Arrives in the River of Plate-Touches at the Falkland Islands-Doubles Cape Horn-Falls in with the Earl St. Vincent, South whaler--Attempts to cut two whalers (that had been taken by the Spaniards).out of the Bay of Conception-Accident to Thomas Turner-Arrives in Coquimbo Roads-Desertion of eleven men-Captures three Spanish brigs-Attacks the town of Arica-Captures the town of Hilo and burns it to the ground--Loss of the Begonio brig by fire--Captures a small Spanish briga Picks up a boat with six hands on board, belonging to the Minerva, South whaler, whose crew had mutinied -Falls in with the Lucy privateer-In company with the Lucy, engages the Spanish frigate Astræa-Makes Chatham Island, and parts company with the Lucy~Arrives on the whaling ground-Makes the Isle of Plate-Capi tures three Spanish vessels Anchors in Tacames Roads -Sails and anchors in Tola Roads--Friendly reception from the governor of Tola–Anecdote of the governor's daughter.
Page 1 Ckap. II.-The ship departs from Tola—Anchors in Chat
ham Bay-Captures a Spanish brig---Catches four whales, making up the number of fifteen-Cuts a brig out of St. Blas-Question concerning the propriety of looking out