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And successively performed by
In the DOLPHIN, the SWALLOW, and the ENDEAVOUR:
From the JOURNALS which were kept by the several COMMANDERS,
And from the Papers of JOSEPH BANKS, Esq;
IN THREE VOLUMES,
L O N D ON:
CO N T E N T S
SE C O N D V O L U M E.
CH A P. I.
The Passage from Plymouth to Madeira, with some Account of that Isand.
Page 1 CH A P. II. The Passage from Madeira to Rio de Janeiro, with some Account of the Country, and the Incidents that happened there.
CH A P. III. The Passage from Rio de Janeiro to the Entrance of the Streight of Le Maire, with a Defcription of some of the Inhabitants of Terra
39 CH A P. IV. An Account of what happened in ascending a Mountaire to fëcircki For Plants.
56 CH A P. V. The Pasage through the Streight of Le Maire, and a further Déscrip
tion of the Inhabitants of Terra del Fuego, and its Productions. 54
C H A P. VI.
A general Description of the south east Part of Terra del Fuego, and the Streight of Le Maire ; with some Remarks en Lord Anson's
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 Illi's Isand. Rules established for Traffic with the Natives, and an Account of several Incidents which happened in a Visit to Tootabah 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..
89 E H A P. X.. An Excursion to the Eastward, an Account of several Incidents that i løpjeheil" bosh on Board and on Shore, and of the first Interview wap:Cherea, the Person, who, when the Dolphin-was-here, was jupposed to be Queen of the island, with a Description of the
99. CHAT. XI: The Observatory set up; the Quadrant stolen, and Consequences of the
Theft: A visit to Tootahah : Description of a Wrestling-match: European Seeds sown: Names given to our People by the Indians.
CH A P. XII..