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Table of Contents
The Cuts (continued)
XI. A branch of the bread-fruit tree with the fruit.
XIV. Bludgeons, used as weapons by the New Zealanders, and called Patoo-patoos, as seen on the side, the edge, and the end. They are from fourteen to eighteen inches long, and broad and thick in proportion.
XXI. A representation of the attack of Captain Wallis in the Dolphin by the natives of Otaheite, p. 447
XXII. A representation of the surrender of the island of Otaheite to Captain Wallis by the supposed Queen Oberea, p. 448
XXIII. A representation of the interview between Commodore Byron and the Patagonians, p. 63
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