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Extract from the Journal of a Voyage Made to the Unexplored South Land, by order of the Dutch East India Company, in the years 1696 and 1697, by the hooker "De Nyptang," the ship "De Geelvink," and the galiot "De Wesel," and the return to Batavia. From MS. Documents at the Hague: translated from the Dutch 120
Account of the Observations of Captain William Dampier on the coast of New Holland, in 1699, being an extract from "a Voyage to New Holland, etc., in the year 1699" 134
A Written Detail of the Discoveries and Noticeable Occurrences in the voyage of the fluyt "Vossenbosch," the sloop "D'Waijer," and the patsjallang "Nova Hollandia," despatched by the government of India, anno 1705, from Batavia by way of Timor to New Holland. From MS. Documents at the Hague: translated from the Dutch 165
The Houtman's Abrolhos in 1727, translated from a publication entitled "De Houtman's Abrolhos", by Captain P. A. Loupe, of the Dutch Navy 176