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CONTENTS OF THE FIRST VOLUME.

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
LIFE OF CAPTAIN Cook

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BOOK I.

1. The passage from Plymouth to Madeira, with

some account of that island

2. The passage from Madeira to Rio de Janeiro,

with some account of the country, and the

incidents that happened there

3. The passage from Rio de Janeiro to the

entrance of the Strait of Le Maire, with a

description of some of the inhabitants of

Terra del Fuego

4. An account of what happened in ascending

a mountain to search for plants

5. The passage through the Strait of Le Maire,

and a further description of the inhabitants

of Terra del Fuego, and its productions

6. A general description of the south-east part of

Terra del Fuego, and the Strait of Le Maire;

with some remarks on Lord Anson's account

of them, and directions for the passage west-

ward, round this part of America, into the

South Seas

7. The sequel of the passage from Cape Horn to

the newly discovered islands in the South

Seas, with a description of their figure and

appearance. Some account of the inhabitants,

and several incidents that happened during

the course, and at the ship's arrival among

them.

8. The arrival of the Endeavour at Otaheite,

called by Captain Wallis, King George

the Third's Island. Rules established for

traffic with the natives, and an account of

several incidents which happened in a visit

to Tootahah and Toubourai Tamaide, (wo

Chiefs

9. A place fixed upon for an Observatory and

Fort. An excursion into the woods, and its

consequences. The Fort erected. A visit

from several chiefs on board and at the Fort,

with some account of the music of the natives,

and the manner in which they dispose of

their dead

island, and various incidents that happened

during the expedition; with a description of

a burying place and place of worship, called a

Morai

66

16. An expeditiou of Mr. Banks to trace the river,

Marks of subterraneous fire. Preparations

for leaving the island. An account of Tupia 73

17. A particular description of the island ; its

produce and inhabitants ; their dress, habita-

tions, food, domestic life, and amusements 78

18. Of the manufactures, boats, and navigation of

Otaheite

90

19. Of the division of time in Otaheite; numera-

tion, computation of distance, language,

diseases, disposal of the dead, religion, war,

weapons, and government; with some general

observations for the use of future navigators 98

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1. Passage from Deptford to the Cape of Good

Hope, with an account of several incidents

that happened by the way, and transactions

there.

343

2. Departure from the Cape of Good Hope, in

search of a Southern Continent

350

3. Sequel of the search for a Southern Continent,

between the meridian of the Cape of Good

Hope and New Zealand; with an account of

the separation of the two ships, and the

arrival of the Resolution in Dusky Bay 360

4. Transactions in Dusky Bay, with an account of

several interviews with the inhabitants. 369

5. Directions for sailing in and out of Dusky Bay,

with an account of the adjacent country, its

produce, and inhabitants. Astronomical and

nautical observations

. 378

6. Passage from Dusky Bay to Queen Charlotte's

Sound, with an account of some water spouts,

and of our joining the Adventure

382

7. Captain Furneaux's narrative, from the time

the two ships were separated, to their joining

again in Queen Charlotte's Sound, with somo

account of Van Diemen's Land

383

8. Transactions in Queen Cbarlotte's Sound, with

some remarks on the inhabitants

388

9. Route from New Zealand to Otaheite, with an

account of some low islands, supposed to be

the same that were seen by M. de Bougain-

ville

392

10. The arrival of the ships at Otaheite, with an

account of the critical situation they were in,

and of several incidents that happened whilo

they lay in Oaiti-piha Bay

11. An account of several visits to and from Otoo;

of goats being left on the island ; and many

other particulars which happened while the

ships lay in Matavai Bay

· 401

12. An account of the reception we met with at

Huaheine, with the incidents that happened

while the ships lay there, and of Omai,

one of the natives, coming away in the

Adventure

. 404

13. Arrival at, and departure of the ships from

Ulietea ; with an account of what happened

there, and of Oedidee, one of the natives,

coming away in the Resolution

. 408

14. An account of a Spanish ship visiting Otaheite;

the present state of the islands; with some

observations on the diseases and customs of

the inhabitants, and some mistakes concern-

ing the women corrected

1. Passage from Ulietea to the Friendly Islands ;

with an account of the discovery of Hervey's

Island, and the incidents that happened at

Middleburg

415

2. The arrival of the ships at Amsterdam ; a

description of a place of worship; and an

account of the incidents which happened

while they remained at that island

418

3. A description of the islands and their produce,

with the cultivation, houses, canoee, naviga-

tion, manufactures, weapons, customs, govern-

ment, religion, and language of the inhabitants 424

4. Passage from Amsterdam to Queen Charlotte's

Sound ; with an account of an interview with

the inhabitants, and the final separation of

the two ships

429

5. Transactions in Queen Charlotte's Sound; with

an account of the inhabitants being cannibals ;

and various other incidents. Departure from

the Sound, and our endeavours to find the

Adventure; with somo description of the

. 433

6. Route of the ship from New Zealand in search

of a Continent ; with an account of the

various obstructions met with from the ice,

and the methods pursued to explore the

Southern Pacific Ocean

438

7. Sequel of the passage from New Zealand to

Easter Island, and transactions there ; with

an account of an expedition to discover the

inland part of the country, and a description

of some of the surprising gigantic statues

found in the island

448

8. A description of the island, its produce, situa-

tion, and inbabitants ; their manners and

customs; conjectures concerning their govern-

ment, religion, and other subjects; with a

more particular account of their gigantic

statues

452

9. The passage from Easter Island to the Mar-

quesas Islands. Transactions and incidents

which happened while the ship lay in Madro

de Dios, or Resolution Bay, in the Island of

St. Christina

456

10. Departure from the Marquesas; a description

of the situation, extent, figure, and appear-

ance of the several islands; with some

account of the inhabitants, their customs,

dress, habitations, food, , weapons,

and

459

11. A description of several islands discovered, or

seen in the passage from the Marquesas to

Otaheite ; with an account of a naval review 462

12. Some account of a visit from Otoo, Towha,

and several other chiefs ; also of a robbery

committed by one of the patives, and its

consequences, with general observations on

the subject

466

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1. Passage from Ulietea to the Friendly Isles ;

with a dcscription of several islands that were

discovered, and the incidents which happened

in that track

. 486

2. Reception at Anamocka; a robbery and its

consequences, with a variety of other inci-

dents. Departure from the island. A sailing

canoe described. Some observations on the

navigation of these islanders. A description

of the island, and of those in the neighbour-

hood, with some account of the inhabitants,

and nautical remarks

490

3. The passage from the Friendly Isles to the

New Hebrides; with an account of the

discovery of Turtle Island, and a variety

of incidents which happened, both before and

after the ship arrived in Port Sandwich in the

Island of Mallicollo. A description of the

Port; the adjacent country; its inhabitants,

and many other particulars

495

4. An account of the discovery of several islands,

an interview and skirmish with the inhabit-

ants upon one of them. The arrival of the

ship at Tanna, and the reception we met with

501

5. An intercourse established with the natives ;

some account of the island, and a variety of

incidents that happened during our stay at it 507

6. Departure from Tanna : with some account of

its inhabitants, their manners and arts

. 516

7. The survey of the islands continued, and a

more particular description of them

519

8. An account of the discovery of New Caledonia,

and the incidents that happened while the

ship lay in Balade.

526

9. A description of the country and its inhabitants;

their manners, customs, and arts

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10. Passage from St. Helena to the Western

Islands, with a description of the islands

of Ascension and Fernando Noronha

589

11. Arrival of the ship at the island of Fayal, a

description of the place, and the return of

the Resolution to England

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12. NATIVES OF OTAHEITE TRADING witu Captain Cook

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13. Canoes OF OTAHEITE 14. HEAD OF AN OTAHEITEAN 15. TRANSIT OF VENUS 16. DocBLE CANOE WITH CANOPY 17. MORA OF OAMO AND OBEREA 18. MOUNTAIN SCENERY IN OTAHEITE . 19. HEAD OF OTAHEITEAN WOMAN 20. MAT-WORK TIPPET OF A CHIEF 21. Caps 22. MANTLE 23. INTERIOR OF A POLYNESIAN House 24. FLUTE AND DRUM PLAYER 25. CLOTH-BEATING Mallet. 26. SPECIMENS OF CLOTH 27.

BASKET-WORK 28. FISHING-HOOKS AND HARPOONS 29. Tools 30. ADZES 31. SECTION OF A PAHIE 32. OTAREITEAN BIER 33. FUNERAL DRESS 34. SPECIMENS OF TATTOWING

Voyage
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