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TABLE OF CONTENTS.





IN THE FIRST VOLUME.


INTRODUCTION.


PRIOR DISCOVERIES IN TERRA AUSTRALIS.


SECTION I.

NORTH COAST.

Preliminary Remarks: Discoveries of the Duyfken; of Torres; Carstens; Pool; Pietersen; Tasman; and of three Dutch vessels. Of Cook; McCluer; Bligh; Edwards; Bligh and Portlock; and Bampton and Alt. Conclusive Remarks.Page vii to xlviii


SECTION II.

WESTERN COASTS.

Preliminary Observations. Discoveries of Hartog: Edel: of the ship Leeuwin: the Vianen: of Pelsert: Tasman: Dampier: Vlaming: Dampier. Conclusive Remarks. xlix to lxvii


SECTION III.

SOUTH COAST.

Discovery of Nuyts. Examination of Vancouver: of d'Entrecasteaux. Conclusive Remarks.lxviii to lxxiv


SECTION IV.

EAST COAST, WITH VAN DIEMEN's LAND


PART I.

Preliminary Observations. Discoveries of Tasman; of Cook; Marion; and Furneaux. Observations of Cook; Bligh; and Cox. Discovery of D'Entrecasteaux. Hayes. lxxv to xciv


PART II.

Preliminary Information. Boat expeditions of Bass and Flinders. Clarke. Shortland. Discoveries of Bass to the southward of Port Jackson; of Flinders; and of Flinders and Bass. Examinations to the northward by Flinders. Conclusive Remarks.xcv to cciv