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NAMES GIVEN BY FLINDERS

VOYAGE OF THE INVESTIGATOR (continued)—

Mount Manypeak.

Haul-off Rock.

Cape Knob.

Mount Barren.

Lucky Bay, discovered when the ship was in an awkward position.

Goose Island.

Twin Peaks Islands.

Cape Pasley, after Admiral Pasley.

Point Malcolm, after Captain Pulteney Malcolm.

Point Culver.

Point Dover.


VOYAGE OF THE INVESTIGATOR (South Australia):

Nuyts' Reefs and Cape.

Fowler's Bay and Point, after the First Lieutenant of the Investigator.

Point Sinclair, after a midshipman on the Investigator.

Point Bell, after the surgeon of the Investigator.

Purdie's Islands, after the Assistant-surgeon of the Investigator.

St. Francis Islands, adapted from the name given by Nuyts.

Lound's Island, Lacy's Island, Evans' Island, Franklin's Island (in Nuyts' Archipelago), after midshipmen on the Investigator.

Petrel Bay.

Denial Bay, "as well in allusion to St. Peter as to the deceptive hope we had found of penetrating by it some distance into the interior country."

Smoky Bay, from the number of smoke columns rising from the shore.

Point Brown, after the Botanist of the Investigator.

Streaky Bay, "much seaweed floating about."