TO ESTABLISH A COLONY AT
PORT PHILIP in BASS's STRAIT,
ON THE SOUTH COAST OF
NEW SOUTH WALES,
IN HIS MAJESTY'S SHIP CALCUTTA,
IN THE YEARS 1802-3-4.
By J. H. TUCKEY, Esq.
FIRST LIEUTENANT OF THE CALCUTTA.
"Bear Britain's thunder, and her cross display,
"To the bright regions of the rising day ;
"Tempt icy seas, where scarce the waters roll,
"Where clearer flames glow round the frozen pole,
"Or under southern skies, exalt their sails,
"Led by new stars, and borne by spicy gales."
PRINTED FOR LONGMAN, HURST, REES, AND ORME,
AND J. C. MOTTLEY, PORTSMOUTH.