|Plate of SYDNEY PARKINSON to face the Title.
|A Man, Woman & Child, of Terra del Fuego, in the Dress of that Country.
|View of a Village in the Bay of Good Success, in the Island of Terra del
Fuego. Page 30.
|A Native of Otaheite, in the Dress of his Country. Page 36.
||Venus Fort, Erected by the Endeavour's People to secure themselves during
the Observation of the Transit of Venus, at Otaheite. Page 39.
||A Woman & a Boy, Natives of Otaheite, in the Dress of that Country.
||House and Plantation of a Chief of the Island of Otaheite. Page 52.
||The Head of a Native of Otaheite, with the Face curiously tataow'd; And
the wry mouth, or manner of defying their Enemies as practis'd by the People
of that, & the Neighbouring Islands. Page. 53.
||Heads of divers Natives of the Islands of Otahheite, Huahine, & Oheiteroah.
||The Lad Taiyota, Native of Otaheite, in the Dress of his Country. Page.
||A Morai, or Burial Place, in the Island of Yoolee-Etea. Page. 101.
||An Heiva, or kind of Priest of Yoolee-Etea, & the Neighbouring Islands.
||A Boat-House, in which the Natives of Yoolee-Etea, and the Neighbouring
Islands, preserve their Canoes of State from the Weather. Page 108.
||Various Instruments, & Utensils, of the Natives of Otaheite, &
of the adjacent Islands. Page 109.
||View of the North Side of the Entrance into Poverty Bay, & Morai Island,
in New Zealand. 1. Young Nick's Head. 2. Morai Island.
||View of another Side of the Entrance into the said Bay. Page 121.
||A New Zealand Warrior in his Proper Dress, & Compleatly Armed, According
to their Manner. Page 124.
||The Head of a Chief of New-Zealand, the face curiously tataowd, or mark'd,
according to their Manner. Page 127.
||The manner in which the New Zealand Warriors defy their Enemies. Page
||A War Canoe, of New Zealand. Page 130.
||A New Zealand Warrior, & his Wife, in the Dress &c, of that Country.
||View of a curious Arched Rock, having a River running under it, in Tolago
Bay, on the East Coast of New Zealand. Page. 137.
||Head of Otegoongoon, Son of a New Zealand Chief, the face curiously tataow'd.
||View of the great Peak, & the adjacent Country, on the West Coast
of New Zealand. Page. 153.
||The Heads of six Men, Natives of New Zealand, ornamented According to
the Mode of that Country. Page 158.
||View of an Arched Rock, on the Coast of New Zealand, with an Hippa, or
Place of Retreat, on the Top of it. Page. 159.
||MAP of the Coast of NEW ZEALAND discovered in the Years 1769 and 1770...
||Various Kinds of Insruments Utensils &c, of the Inhabitants of New
Zealand, with some Ornaments &c, of the People of Terra del Fuego &
New Holland. Page 173.
||Two of the Natives of New Holland, Advancing to Combat. Page 180.