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Inhabitants, and of what happened at Eg nt
Departure from Egmont Island, and Paffage to
Nova Britannia; with a Defcription of feveral
other Islands, and their Inhabitants. 83
C H A P. VI.
Difcovery of a Streight dividing the Land called
Nova Britannia into two lands, with a De-
fcription of feveral fmall Islands that lie in the
Paffage, and the Land on each fide, with the In-
The Paffage from Saint George's Channel to the
Iland of Mindanao, with an Account of many
Ilands that were seen, and Incidents that hap-
pened by the Way.
Some Account of the Coast of Mindanao, and the
Ilands near it, in which feveral Miftakes of
Dampier are corrected.
CHA P. IX.
The Paffage from Mindanao to the land of Ce-
lebes, with a particular Account of the Streight
of Macaffar, in which many Errors are cor-
Tranfactions off Macallar, and the Pallage thence
CHA P. XI.
Tranfactions at Bonthain, while the Veffel was
waiting for a Wind to carry her to Batavia,
with fome Account of the Place, the Town of
Macaffar, and the adiacent Country. 157
Paffage from Bonthain Bay, in the Island of Celebes,
to Batavia. Transactions there, and the Voyage
round the Cape of Good Hope to England. 172
A TABLE of the VARIATION of the COMPASS as
obferved on board of the SWALLOW, in her Voy-
age round the Globe, in the Years 1766, 1767,
1768, and 1769.
LIEUTENANT COOK's VOYAGE,
CHA P. I.
The Paffage from Plymouth to Madeira, with fome
Account of that Ifland:
CHA P. II.
The Paffage from Madeira to Rio de Janeiro with
Some Account of the Country, and the Incidents
that happened there.
CHA P. III.
The Paffage from Rio de Janeiro to the Entrance of
the Streight of Le Maire, with a Defcription of
fome of the Inhabitants of Terra del Fuego. 268
CHA P. IV.
An Account of what happened in afcending a Moun-
tain to fearch for Plants. 277
CHA P. V.
The Paffage through the Streight of Le Maire, and
a further Defcription of the Inhabitants of Ter-
ra del Fuego, and its Productions.
A general Defcription of the fouth east Part of
Terra del Fuego, and the Streight of Le Maire ;
with fome Remarks on Lord Anson's Account of
them, and Directions for the Paffage Westward,
round this Part of America, into the South Seas.
CHA P. VII.
The Sequel of the Paffage from Cape Horn to the
newly discovered Islands in the South Seas, with
a Defcription of their Figure and Appearance;
fome Account of the Inhabitants, and feveral In-
cidents that happened during the Course, and at
the Ship's Arrival among them.
The Arrival of the Endeavour at Otaheite, called by
Captain Wallis, King George the III's Ifland.
Rules eftablished for Traffic with the Natives,
and an Account of feveral Incidents which hap-
pened in a Vifit to Tootahab and Toubourai
Tamaide, two Chiefs. 322
A Place fixed upon for an Obfervatory and Fort:
an Excurfion into the Woods, and its Confequences.
The Fort erected; a Vifit from Jeveral Chiefs on
Board and at the Fort, with fome Account of the
Mufic of the Natives, and the Manner in which
they difpofe of their Dead. 335
An Excurfion to the Eastward, an Account of feve-
ral Incidents that happened both on Board and on
Shore, and of the first Interview with Oberea,
the Perfon, who, when the Dolphin was here,
was fuppofed to be Queen of the Island, with a
Defcription of the Fort. 348
The Obfervatory fet up; the Quadrant ftolen, and
Confequences of the Theft: A Visit to Tootahab :
Defcription of a Wrestling match: European feeds
Jown: Names given to our People by the Indians.
CHA P. XII.
Some Ladies vifit the Fort with very uncommon Cere
monies: The Indians attend Divine Service, and
in the Evening exhibit a most extraordinary Spec-
tacle: Toubourai Tamaide falls into Temptation.
CHA P. XIII.
Another Vifit to Tootabah, with various Adven-
tures: Extraordinary Amusement of the Indians,
with Remarks upon it: Preparations to obferve
the Tranfit of Venus, and what happened in the
mean time at the Fort. 393
CHA P. XIV.
The Ceremonies of an Indian Funeral particularly
defcribed: General Obfervations on the Subject:
A Character found among the Indians to which
the Ancients paid great Veneration: A Robbery
at the Fort, and its Confequences; with a Spe-
cimen of Indian Cookery, and various Incidents.
CHA P. XV.
An Account of the Circumnavigation of the Island,
and various Incidents that happened during the
Expedition; with a Defcription of a Burying-
place and Place of Worship, called a Morai, 425