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CH A P. IV.
A particular Description of the Isand ; its Produce
and Inbabitants; their Drefs, Habitations, Food, domestic Life and Amusements.
Of the Manufactures, Boats, and Navigation of Otabeite.
C H A P. VI.
Of the Division of Time in Otabeite; Numeration, Computation of Distance, Language, Diseases, Disposal of the Dead, Religion, War, Weapons, and Government; with some general Observations for the Use of future Navigators.
CH A P. VII.
A Defcription of several other hands in the Neigb
bourhood of Otabeite, with various Incidents; a dramatic Entertainment ; and
many Particulars lative to the Customs and Manners of tbe Inbabitants.
CH A P. I.
Tbe Passage from Oteroab to New Zealand; Incidents
@bicb bappened on going a-fore tbere, and wbile ibe Ship lay in Poverty-Bay.
C H A P.
& Description of Poverty-Bay, and the Face of the ada
jacent Country. The Range from tbence to Cape Turnagain, and back to Tolaga; with some Account of the People and the Country, and several Incidents that bappened on that Part of the Coast.
CH A P. III.
The Range from Tolaga to Mercury-Bay, with an Ac
count of many Incidents that happened both on board and a-fore. A Description of several Views exbibited by the Country, and of tbe Heppabs, or forfeited Villages of the Inbabitants.
The Range from Mercury Bay to tbe Bay of Islands. An
Expedition up the River Thames : Some Account of the Indians wbo inbabit its Banks, and the fine Timber that grows there. Several interviews with the Natives on different Parts of the Coast, and a Skirmish with tbem upon an Isand.
Range from the Bay of IPands, round North Cape to
Queen Charlotte's Sound; and a Defcription of that Part of the Coaft.
C H A P, VỊ,
Transactions in Queen Charlotte's Sound. Pallage
through the Streight which divides the two Islands, and back to Cape Turnagain. Horrid Cuftom of the Inbabitants. Remarkable Melody of Birds. A Visit te a Hippab, and many other Particulars.
CHA P. VII.
Range from Cape Turnagain southward along the eastern
Coast of Poenammoo, round Cape South, and back to the western Entrance of Cooke's Streight, which compleated the Circumnavigation of this Country: with a Description of the Coast, and of Admiralty Bay: The Departure from New Zealand, and various Particulars.
CH A P. VIII.
A general Account of New Zealand : its first Discovery, Situation, Extent, Climate, and Productions.
A Description of the Inhabitants, their Habitations,
Apparel, Ornaments, Food, Cookery, and Manner of Life.
Of the Canoes and Navigation of the Inbabitants of
New Zealand; their Tillage, Weapons, and Music; Government, Religion, and Language : With some Reasons against the Existence of a Southern Continent.
Tbe Run from New Zealand to Botany Bay, on the East
Coast of New Holland, now called New South Wales. Various Incidents that happened there. With some Account of tbe Country and its Inbabitants.
С НА Р.
The Range from Botany Bay to Trinity Bay; with a far.
ther Account of the Country, its Inbabitants and Pro-
CH A P. V.
Dangerous Situation of the Ship in ber Course from Tri-
CH A P. VI.
Transactions while the Ship was refitting in Endeavour
River : a Description of the adjacent Cauntry, its In-
Departure from Endeavour River; a particular Description
of the Harbour there, in which the Ship was refitted,
Departure from New South Wales. A particular Defcrip
tion of tbe Country, its Products, and People. A Spe-
CHA P. IX.
The Passage from New South Wales to New Guinea ; with