||An Explanation of the Nautical Terms not generally
understood which occur in this Work.
||A Description of the Cuts.
COMMODORE BYRON's VOYAGE.
||CHAP. I. The Passage from the Downs to Rio de
||CHAP. II. Passage from Rio de Janeiro to Port
Desire; with some Description of that Place.
||CHAP. III. Course from Port Desire in Search
of Pepys' Island, and afterwards to the Coast of Patagonia, with a
Description of the Inhabitants.
||CHAP. IV. Passage up the Streight of Magellan,
to Port Famine; with some Account of that Harbour, and the adjacent
||CHAP. V. The Course back from Port Famine to
Falkland's Islands, with some Account of the Country.
||CHAP. VI. The Passage through the Streight of
Magellan as far as Cape Monday, with a Description of several Bays
and Harbours, formed by the Coast on each Side.
||CHAP. VII. The Passage from Cape Monday, in the
Streight of Magellan, into the South Seas; with some general Remarks
on the Navigation of that Streight.
||CHAP. VIII. The Run from the Western Entrance
of the Streight of Magellan, to the Islands of Disappointment.
||CHAP. IX. The Discovery of King George's Island,
with a Description of them, and an Account of Several Incidents that
||CHAP. X. The Run from King George's Islands,
to the Islands of Saypan, Tinian, and Aguigan; with an Account of
several islands that were discovered in that Track.
||CHAP. XI. The Arrival of the Dolphin and Tamar
at Tinian, a Description of the present Condition of that Island,
and an Account of the Transactions there.
||CHAP. XII. The Run from Tinian to Pulo Timoan,
with some Account of the Inhabitants and Productions, and thence to
||CHAP. XIII. Transactions at Batavia, and departure
from that Place.
||CHAP. XIV. The Passage from Batavia to the Cape
of Good Hope, and from thence to England.
CAPTAIN WALLIS's VOYAGE.
||CHAP. I. The Passage to the Coast of Patagonia,
with some account of the Natives.
||CHAP. II. The Passage through the Streight of
Magellan, with some further account of the Patagonians, and a description
of the Coast on each side, and its Inhabitants.
||CHAP. III. A particular Account of the Places
in which we anchored during our Passage through the Streight, and
of the Shoals and Rocks that lie near them.
||CHAP. IV. The Passage from the Streight of Magellan,
to King George the Third's Island, called Otaheite, in the South Sea,
with an Account of the Discovery of several other Islands, and a Description
of their Inhabitants.
||CHAP. V. An Account of the Discovery of King
George the Third's Island, or Otaheite, and of several Incidents which
happenned both on board the Ship, and on Shore.
||CHAP. VI. The Sick sent on Shore, and a regular
Trade established with the Natives; some Account of their Character
and Manners, of their Visits on board the Ship, and a Variety of Incidents
that happened during this Intercourse.
||CHAP. VII. An Account of an Expedition to discover
the inland Part of the Country, and our other Transactions, till we
quitted the Island to continue our Voyage.
||CHAP. VIII. A more particular Account of the
Inhabitants of Otaheite, and of their domestic Life, Manners, and
||CHAP. IX. Passage from Otaheite to Tinian, with
some Account of several other Islands that were discovered in the
||CHAP. X I *. Some Account of the present State
of the Island of Tinian, and our Employment there; with what happened
in the Run from thence to Batavia.
||CHAP. XII. Transactions at Batavia, and an Account
of the Passage from thence to the Cape of Good Hope.
||CHAP. XIII. An Account of our Transactions at
the Cape of Good Hope, and of the Return of the Dolphin to England.
||A Table of the Latitude and Longitudes of Wallis's
CAPTAIN CARTERET's VOYAGE.
||CHAP. I. The Run from Plymouth to Madeira, and
from thence through the Streight of Magellan.
||CHAP. II. The Passage from Cape Pillar, at the
Western Entrance of the Streight of Magellan, to Masasuero; with some
Account of that Island.
||CHAP. III. The Passage from Masasuero to Queen
Charlotte's Islands; several Mistakes corrected concerning Davis's
Land, and an Account of some small Islands, supposed to be the same
that were seen by Quiros.
||CHAP. IV. An Account of the Discovery of Queen
Charlotte's Island, with a Description of them and their Inhabitants,
and of what happened at Egmont Island.
||CHAP. V. Departure from Egmont Island, and Passage
to Nova Britannia; with a Description of several other Islands, and
||CHAP. VI. Discovery of a Streight dividing the
Land called Nova Britannia into two Islands, with a Description of
several small Islands that lie in the Passage, and the Land on each
side, with the Inhabitants.
||CHAP. VII. The Passage from Saint George's Channel
to the Island of Mindanao, with an Account of many Islands that were
seen, and Incidents that happened by the Way.
||CHAP. VIII. Some Account of the Coast of Mindanao,
and the Islands near it, in which several Mistakes of Dampier are
||CHAP. IX. The Passage from Mindanao to the Island
of Celebes, with a particular Account of the Streight of Macassar,
in which many Errors are corrected.
||CHAP. X. Transactions off Macassar, and the Passage
thence to Bonthain.
||CHAP. XI. Transactions at Bonthain, while the
Vessel was waiting for a Wind to carry her to Batavia, with some Account
of the Place, the Town of Macassar, and the adjacent Country.
||CHAP. XII. Passage from Bonthain Bay, in the
Island of Celebes, to Batavia. Transactions there, and the Voyage
round of Good Hope to England.
||A Table of the Variation of the Compass, as observed
on board of the SWALLOW.
||* The tenth Chapter is by mistake numbered XI.