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Page 2, after line 16, insert, A large eel was caught by one of our people, which was of a purple nutmeg colour, clouded with irregular spots of a darker colour, and was also full of small white dots.
Page 4, line 17, for island, read, place.
——— 5, —— 20, dele, when the air was not so dry.
——— 7, —— 10, dele, to the rest.
—————— 25, after forehead, insert, and is
tied behind with the tendons of some animal
.
—————— 29, for, We saw also an ornament made
of shells
, read, We saw one of these ornaments.
——— 8, —— 4, for, the, read, these.
————— 12, for, hill, read, hills.
————— 28, for, it, read, the fire.
——— 16, ——— 22, after, figure, insert, Notwithstanding these flies are so great an inconvenience, the natives from a religious notion, will not kill any of them.
——— 17, ——— 10, after, paste, insert, or pudding.
—————— 11, for, Makey, read, Mahey.
Ibid.              ibid. for, and a substance called Meya, read, and Meya, a species of wild plantain.
Page 20, line 6, for, Tobiah, read, Toobaiah.
—————— 31, dele, but.
—————— 33, for, ate, read, eat.
——— 21, ——— 2, after, island, insert, which the Otaheiteans hold sacred, as well as the flies, and therefore will not kill any of them.
—— 22, ——— 24, for, was, read, they called.
————— 29, for, VIII. read, VII.
——— 23, ——— 23, for, joined at the bottom, read, the legs joined at the bottom, cross-ways.
——— 24, ——— 7, for, purawei, read, parawei.*                 [ * An inner garment or shirt.]
————— 15, for, fig 13, read, fig.27.
——————— 25, for, or bunches of hair curiously plaited. They also wear teepootas, read, They also wear tamoous, or bunches of human hair curiously plaited.
——————— 30, for, taowree, read, taowdee.
——————— 31, for, whaow, read, waow.
——— 25, ——— 2, for, the men, read, the two men.
———26, ——— 5, dele, 2.
—————— 7, after, ears, insert, [ibid. fig. 1 and 2.]
——— 35, ——— 13, for, to a valley, read, up the great valley that leads.
—————— 14, after, Orowhaina, insert, a high peaked hill, so called.
——— 38, ——— 8, after, monoe, insert, or cocoa-oil.
——— 40, ——— 15, for small blue parrot, read, blue parroquet.
——— 41, ——— 24, for, E neearohettee, read, E neearoheettee.
——— 42, ——— 3, for, Eatooas, read, Ethooa, or god.
——— 43, ——— 6, after, Venee, insert, or blue parroquet.
——— 44, ——— 1, for, Etoa-casuarina, Equisetifolla. read, Etoa. Casuarina-equisetifolia.
——— 57, for, 75, the number of the page, read, 57.
——— 63, after, Potohe, Firstly, insert, Ea, Yes; Aowra, No.
——— 77, line 11, after, ditte, insert, about three inches in length.
——— 87, ——— 28, for, truncheon, read, bludgeon, [See pl. XXVI. fig. 18.]
—————— 30, after, XV. insert, and XIX.
——— 93, —— 26, after, paddles, insert, by the like number of men, who look the same way they row, striking their paddles into the water, with the points downward, at the fame time bending their bodies forward, and as it were driving the waves behind them.
——— 102, ——— 5, dele, which.
——————— 114, at the bottom insert the following notes. Baracootas, a fish remarkably smooth, about seven or eight feet long.
Flying-gurnards, a flying-fish of a remarkably fine gold colour.
Drum-fish, so called from the noise they make.
Chimera, a fish of a silver colour.
——— 115, ——— 9, after, wattles, insert, a bird about the size of a blackbird, remarkable for its fine singing, with two beautiful white curled feathers (by same called Wattles) under the throat.
——— 124, ——— 19, for, month, read, months.


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