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COMMODORE BYRON and CAPTAIN COOK,
UNDERTAKEN BY THE
In the DOLPHIN, the SWALLOW, and the ENDEAVOUR:
V O Y AGES
Discoveries in the Southern Hemisphere,
DR AWN UP
From the JOURNALS which were kept by the several COMMANDERS,
And from the Papers of JOSEPH BANKS, Esq;
IN THREE VOLUMES,
Illustrated with CUTS, and a great Variety of CHARTS and MAPS relative to
Countries now first discovered, or hitherto but imperfectly known.
L O N D ON:
Account of them, and Directions for the Passage Westward, round this Part of America, into the South Seas.
CH A P. VII.
The Sequel of the Passage from Cape Horn to the newly discovered
Iflands 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.
69 CH A P. VIII. The Arrival of the Endeavour at Otaheite, called by Captain Wallis;
King George the III.'s isand. Rules established for Traffic with the Natives, and an Account of several Incidents which happened in a Visit to Tootahah and Toubourai Tamaida; two Chiefs. 79
CHA P. IX.
A Place fixed' upon for an Observatory and Fort: an. Excursion inta
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.
CH AP. X.. An Excursion to the Eastward, an Account of several Incidents that
Hdpicked bolbo on Board and on Shore, and of the first Interview with: Ohorea, the Person, who, when the Dolphin-was-here, was. juoppojed 10. be Queen of, the Island, with a Description of the
99 C H A P. XI: The Observatory set up; the Quadrant folen, and Consequences of the
Theft: A visit to Tootałah : Description of a Wrestling-match : European Seeds sown: Names given to our People by the Indians.