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http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/content The Design of the Voyage. The Author's Departure. Arrival at St Jago. A Description of that Island. Of the Shark. Of the Dolphin. Of the Jelly-Fish. Of the Old-Wife. Description of the Islands of St Anns. Of the Boobie. Of the Island Le Grand. Of the Silver-Fish. A strange Bird taken off the Sibbel de Wards. Arrival at Juan Fernando's. Page 1
http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/content Description of Juan Fernandoes. Of the Cabbage-tree. Wild Cats. Goats. The Humming-Bird. Description of the Sea-Lion. Of the Seal. Another sort of Silver-Fish. A Sea-Fight. Departure for the Coast of Peru. Sea coloured Red with a multitude of the Spawn of Fish. The Port of Arica. Arrival at the Island Gallo. Its Description. Lion-Lizards. p. 17.
http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/content CHAP. VIII.
http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/content THE CONTENTS.
http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/content CHAP. IV.
http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/content CHAP. I.
http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/content A Particular Description of the Coast of Peru. The Bay of Panama. The City of Panama. Island of Perica. The Island Tabago. The Kings Islands. The Island Chepelio. Cheapo River and Town. The Island Planta. Cape St Lo|renzo. The Gulf of St Michaels. Point Garachina. Port Pinas. Ports of Quemado and Santa Clara. Bay of St Antonio. The River of Sande. Cape Corrientes. Bay and River of Bonaven|tura. The Island Palmas. Gorgonia. Gallo. Tomaco River and Town. The Ancon of Sardinas. The River of St Jago. Bay of St Mattheo. The Bay of Tacames. The Point of Gallera. Cape St Francisco. The Rainy Season from California to Cape St Francisco, beyond which, the Rains seldom extend to the Southward: And the same observed concerning the Worms. Apottete. The Rivers of Cogimes. Mountains and Village of Coaque. Cape Passao. The Bay of Caracas. Manta. A remarkable Observation of the Wind between Cape Passao and Cape Blanco. Cape St Lorenzo. The Island Plata. Salongo. The Rocks Ahoreados. The River and Island Colanche. Town and Point of St Hellena. Bay of Guiaquil. Point Chandy. The Islands St Clara and Puna. Guiaquil. Point Arena. The River Tumbes. Cape Blanco. Point Parina. An Observation of the Winds upon the Coasts of Peru and Chili. Port of Payta and the River Colan. Mountains of Motapa. The Islands, Lobos de Terra and Lobos de la Mar. The Ports of Chiripi and Pacasmayo. Ma|labrigo. Chicama. Truxillo. The Island of Saints. Port of Cosma. Of Vermejo. Mount of Mongon. Port of Guarmey. The Port of Guara. Of Chancay. The Rocks Piscadores. The Islands Ormigas. Callau. Lima. Port of Chilca. Guarco. Chinca. Pisco. High Land, without Rain or Rivers. Several small Ports. Mount of Atico. Vulcan of Ariquipa. Port and River of Ylo. Arica. Bay of Majalones. Mount of Moreno. p. 144
http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/content CHAP. II.
http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/content The A. and the whole Crew and Ship secured at Amboyna. A particular Description of Amboyna; Its Situation, Soil, Inhabitants, Castle, Buildings; Its subjectness to great Earthquakes; Its Government. Of the Malayan Inhabitants in it. The Hill-Malayans always at War with the Dutch. Malayan Slaves. The Custom of dealing with Debtors. Women- slaves. The Product of the Island; Cloves. Ginger, Pepper, Rattans, Canes, and Nutmegs. A particular Description of the growth of Cloves, the manner of gathering them, &c. Some Gold-mines said to be in this Island. The Governours annual Pro|gress to visit the Spice-Islands. The Beasts and Birds upon this Island. The Crockadore described. The Cassawaris descri|bed. The Bird of Paradice. The Sea-Porcupine. The Fruits in this Island. The Pine-apple described. The Mangoe. Very deep Water round the Island. Its Harbour and Fortifications. The place where the English formerly massacred here, were thrown. Several little Islands about Amboyna. Boangbessy and Hinomoa. Banda. The Governour of Amboyna, Chief over all the Spice-Islands. Moskitoes very troublesome at Amboyna. The Tryal of a certain Malayan for murdering his Slave. The A. and part of his Com|pany released, and depart from Amboyna. p. 218
http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/content Departure from Gallo. Design upon the Town of Sancta Maria. Cape Corrientes. Point Garachina. Attempt upon Santa Maria. How it miscarried. A Prize taken very seasonably when we were in great want of Provisions. The two Captains part Company. The Island Iguanos described. Departure for the Coast of Peru. Another Prize taken. The River of St Jago. The Bay of Sardinas. Alligators described. Cape St Francisco. The Island of Plata. The great City of Guiaquil. A dange|rous Sea-Fight. Point Gallera. The Bay of Tacames. Coco-tree and Nut described. Plantain described. Bonanoes described. The Bay of St Matthew. Departure from the Bay of Tacames for the Gulf of Nicoya. p. 38
http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/content CHAP. V.
http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/content CHAP. VII.
http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/content A Table of Latitude, Longitude, and the Variation in most of the principal places as we coasted along the three Empires of Chili, Peru and Mexico. p. 216
http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/content The Island Caneo. The Mountains called Sierras de los Coronadas. The Gulf of Nicoya. The Ship cleaned. Mr. Clippington the Chief-Mate leaves us. A particular Description of the Gulf of Nicoya. The Maccaw described. The Carrion-Crow. The Pelican. The Guanoe. The Turtle. The Pearl-Oyster. The Great Oyster. Muscles. Departure from the Gulf of Nicoya. Two Mountains of Guatimala, the one casting out Water, the other Fire. A Prize taken. Vulcanoes. The Bay of Tecoantepeque. Suvartaneo. Another Prize taken. The Bay of Martaba. The Mountains called Motines. The Mount of St Jago, and Port of Quelagna. Another Prize taken. Attempt upon the Manila Ship, unsuccessful. The Men desire to return home: But agree to cruize six Weeks longer, and then go into India. The Albicore deseribed. The Crew divide, part tarrying with Captian Dampier in the South-Seas, and part resolving to go for India p. 63
http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/content A Description of the Coast of Chili. The Port of Copiapo. The Port of Guasco. Copuimbo. Tongoi. Lymary. Cho|ape. Govanadore. Papuda. Clintera. Concon. The River of Chili. Valpa|rizo. Bay of Rio. Salinas. Topa de Calma. Lora. River of Maule. Point of Unmos. River Itata. Point of Sinfonda. The Island Quinquina. City of the Conception. Port of St Vincent. The River Biobio. Hills of Guera. Port Labipi. Island of Santa Maria. Canero. Hill of Tucapell. The River Imperial. The Island La Moucha. River of Tol|ton. Valdivia Port. The Occasion of its Name. Chili abounds most in Gold, as Peru does in Silver. p. 199
http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/content A particular Description of the Coast of Mexi|co. The Hill of Zalisco. The Cocoa-tree. The Islands Maria's. The Rocks and Points of Pontique. Cape Corrientes. The Islands of Chametly. Port of St Jago, and of Navidad. Bay of Sallagua. The Moun|tains Motines. The River Sacaticli. The Mountains of Chequetan and Petaplan. Acapulco. Port Marquiss. Point Gallera The Island Alcatrazes. Point Escondedo. The R. Messias. River of Gallera. Port Angels. Port of Guatulco. Mazattlan. Port of Salina. Tecoantepeque. Cat-Fish. The Hill of Bernal. The Vulcans of Soco|nusco, Amilpas, Sapotitlan, Sacatepeque, Atitlan, and Guatimala. City of Guatima|la. The P. of Sonsonat Trinidad. The Vulcans of Isalco, S. Salvadore and Sacatelepa. The R. Lempa. St Michaels. The Gulf of Amapalla. The Shovel-nos'd Shark. The Ceawau. Port of Ria Lexa. The Vulcan Vejo. Vulcans of Telica, and Leon Ma+motombo, Granada and Bombacho. Mountain of Popogajo. Port of Velas. Mount of Hermozo. Cape of Gajones. Cape Blanco. Gulf of Nicoya. Sierras de los Coronadas. The Island Caneo. Punto mala. Golfo Dulce. Puebla Nova. Islands Quibo, Quicara and Rancheria. Point of Mariato. The Morro de Porcos. Point of Higuera. Punta mala. The Island Guanoes. Nata. p. 87
http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/content CHAP. III.
http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/content CHAP. IX.
http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/content Departure from Amboyna, and arrival at the Island of Lancas. The Island Cabeses. The Island Bouton. The Island Celebes. The Passages between Celebes and Zalayer. The Island Zalayer. A very large and dangerous Shole, with an Observation of a great Fault in the Dutch Maps rela|ting to it. Arrival at Batavia. Description of part of the Coast of Java. Batavia described. The Tamarind-tree. The Mangastan. The Rumbostan. Departure from Batavia for England. Bantam. Streights of Sunda. Princes Island. The Cape of Good Hope. Hottentotes. Their beastly manner of Living. Their Worship. The difficulty of civilizing them. Their Houses, &c. Wild Beasts, how killed by the Dutch. The Product of the Country. Beasts. Fowls. Fishes. News from the Men that had left the A. in the Gulf of Nicoya. Departure from the Cape for England. Penguin Island and Birds. An Earthquake felt at Sea. Great Difference of Cold in 60 d. of Northern, and 60 d. of Southern Latitude; and the Reason of it. The Islands of Faro. Return Home. p. 276
http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/content Difficulty in getting Water at the Island Conchagua in the Gulf of Amapalla. De|parture from the Gulf of Amapalla forIndia. The Fish Yellow-tail described. Trade-wind brisker in the South-Sea, than in the Atlantick. Very little Variation observed in the Run over to India. Arrival at the Island Magon. The Island Guam. Matan. Arracife. Three unknown Islands discovered. The Boneto described. Indians wonderfully amazed at the sight of white Men. The Main-Land of New-Guinea. The Island Gillolo. Attempt to find a new Passage on the Coast of New-Guinea. A new Streight discovered, called St. John's Streight. The Islands Ceram and Bonoa. They indeavour in vain to get Provisions at Manipa. Description of the Island Manipa. Great distress for want of Pro|visions. The Island Amblow. Arrival at Amboyna. p. 218
http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/content CHAP. X.
http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/content CHAP. VI.
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http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/abstract First edition of this important contemporary account of an early circumnavigation of the globe in which William Dampier's mate rushes (or is rushed by a publisher) into print: Funnell's voyage narrative is an essential component of the Dampier voyage canon ('the only Narrative which has been published of the Voyage of the Saint George and Cinque Ports' wrote Burney), and was later incorporated into Dampier's collected voyages. At the time of publication, however, it incensed Dampier so much that he published his single-sheet refutation, A Vindication. Funnell is certainly not generous to Dampier: although he shows grudging respect for his captain's earlier mapping of the region, he charges him with frequent drunkenness, foul and abusive language, oppressing his crew, and gross cowardice.
http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/description THE CONTENTS. CHAP. I. The Design of the Voyage. The Author's Departure. Arrival at St Jago. A Description of that Island. Of the Shark. Of the Dolphin. Of the Jelly-Fish. Of the Old-Wife. Description of the Islands of St Anns. Of the Boobie. Of the Island Le Grand. Of the Silver-Fish. A strange Bird taken off the Sibbel de Wards. Arrival at Juan Fernando's. Page 1 CHAP. II. Description of Juan Fernandoes. Of the Cabbage-tree. Wild Cats. Goats. The Humming-Bird. Description of the Sea-Lion. Of the Seal. Another sort of Silver-Fish. A Sea-Fight. Departure for the Coast of Peru. Sea coloured Red with a multitude of the Spawn of Fish. The Port of Arica. Arrival at the Island Gallo. Its Description. Lion-Lizards. p. 17. CHAP. III. Departure from Gallo. Design upon the Town of Sancta Maria. Cape Corrientes. Point Garachina. Attempt upon Santa Maria. How it miscarried. A Prize taken very seasonably when we were in great want of Provisions. The two Captains part Company. The Island Iguanos described. Departure for the Coast of Peru. Another Prize taken. The River of St Jago. The Bay of Sardinas. Alligators described. Cape St Francisco. The Island of Plata. The great City of Guiaquil. A dange|rous Sea-Fight. Point Gallera. The Bay of Tacames. Coco-tree and Nut described. Plantain described. Bonanoes described. The Bay of St Matthew. Departure from the Bay of Tacames for the Gulf of Nicoya. p. 38 CHAP. IV. The Island Caneo. The Mountains called Sierras de los Coronadas. The Gulf of Nicoya. The Ship cleaned. Mr. Clippington the Chief-Mate leaves us. A particular Description of the Gulf of Nicoya. The Maccaw described. The Carrion-Crow. The Pelican. The Guanoe. The Turtle. The Pearl-Oyster. The Great Oyster. Muscles. Departure from the Gulf of Nicoya. Two Mountains of Guatimala, the one casting out Water, the other Fire. A Prize taken. Vulcanoes. The Bay of Tecoantepeque. Suvartaneo. Another Prize taken. The Bay of Martaba. The Mountains called Motines. The Mount of St Jago, and Port of Quelagna. Another Prize taken. Attempt upon the Manila Ship, unsuccessful. The Men desire to return home: But agree to cruize six Weeks longer, and then go into India. The Albicore deseribed. The Crew divide, part tarrying with Captian Dampier in the South-Seas, and part resolving to go for India p. 63 CHAP. V. A particular Description of the Coast of Mexi|co. The Hill of Zalisco. The Cocoa-tree. The Islands Maria's. The Rocks and Points of Pontique. Cape Corrientes. The Islands of Chametly. Port of St Jago, and of Navidad. Bay of Sallagua. The Moun|tains Motines. The River Sacaticli. The Mountains of Chequetan and Petaplan. Acapulco. Port Marquiss. Point Gallera The Island Alcatrazes. Point Escondedo. The R. Messias. River of Gallera. Port Angels. Port of Guatulco. Mazattlan. Port of Salina. Tecoantepeque. Cat-Fish. The Hill of Bernal. The Vulcans of Soco|nusco, Amilpas, Sapotitlan, Sacatepeque, Atitlan, and Guatimala. City of Guatima|la. The P. of Sonsonat Trinidad. The Vulcans of Isalco, S. Salvadore and Sacatelepa. The R. Lempa. St Michaels. The Gulf of Amapalla. The Shovel-nos'd Shark. The Ceawau. Port of Ria Lexa. The Vulcan Vejo. Vulcans of Telica, and Leon Ma+motombo, Granada and Bombacho. Mountain of Popogajo. Port of Velas. Mount of Hermozo. Cape of Gajones. Cape Blanco. Gulf of Nicoya. Sierras de los Coronadas. The Island Caneo. Punto mala. Golfo Dulce. Puebla Nova. Islands Quibo, Quicara and Rancheria. Point of Mariato. The Morro de Porcos. Point of Higuera. Punta mala. The Island Guanoes. Nata. p. 87 CHAP. VI. A Particular Description of the Coast of Peru. The Bay of Panama. The City of Panama. Island of Perica. The Island Tabago. The Kings Islands. The Island Chepelio. Cheapo River and Town. The Island Planta. Cape St Lo|renzo. The Gulf of St Michaels. Point Garachina. Port Pinas. Ports of Quemado and Santa Clara. Bay of St Antonio. The River of Sande. Cape Corrientes. Bay and River of Bonaven|tura. The Island Palmas. Gorgonia. Gallo. Tomaco River and Town. The Ancon of Sardinas. The River of St Jago. Bay of St Mattheo. The Bay of Tacames. The Point of Gallera. Cape St Francisco. The Rainy Season from California to Cape St Francisco, beyond which, the Rains seldom extend to the Southward: And the same observed concerning the Worms. Apottete. The Rivers of Cogimes. Mountains and Village of Coaque. Cape Passao. The Bay of Caracas. Manta. A remarkable Observation of the Wind between Cape Passao and Cape Blanco. Cape St Lorenzo. The Island Plata. Salongo. The Rocks Ahoreados. The River and Island Colanche. Town and Point of St Hellena. Bay of Guiaquil. Point Chandy. The Islands St Clara and Puna. Guiaquil. Point Arena. The River Tumbes. Cape Blanco. Point Parina. An Observation of the Winds upon the Coasts of Peru and Chili. Port of Payta and the River Colan. Mountains of Motapa. The Islands, Lobos de Terra and Lobos de la Mar. The Ports of Chiripi and Pacasmayo. Ma|labrigo. Chicama. Truxillo. The Island of Saints. Port of Cosma. Of Vermejo. Mount of Mongon. Port of Guarmey. The Port of Guara. Of Chancay. The Rocks Piscadores. The Islands Ormigas. Callau. Lima. Port of Chilca. Guarco. Chinca. Pisco. High Land, without Rain or Rivers. Several small Ports. Mount of Atico. Vulcan of Ariquipa. Port and River of Ylo. Arica. Bay of Majalones. Mount of Moreno. p. 144 CHAP. VII. A Description of the Coast of Chili. The Port of Copiapo. The Port of Guasco. Copuimbo. Tongoi. Lymary. Cho|ape. Govanadore. Papuda. Clintera. Concon. The River of Chili. Valpa|rizo. Bay of Rio. Salinas. Topa de Calma. Lora. River of Maule. Point of Unmos. River Itata. Point of Sinfonda. The Island Quinquina. City of the Conception. Port of St Vincent. The River Biobio. Hills of Guera. Port Labipi. Island of Santa Maria. Canero. Hill of Tucapell. The River Imperial. The Island La Moucha. River of Tol|ton. Valdivia Port. The Occasion of its Name. Chili abounds most in Gold, as Peru does in Silver. p. 199 A Table of Latitude, Longitude, and the Variation in most of the principal places as we coasted along the three Empires of Chili, Peru and Mexico. p. 216 CHAP. VIII. Difficulty in getting Water at the Island Conchagua in the Gulf of Amapalla. De|parture from the Gulf of Amapalla forIndia. The Fish Yellow-tail described. Trade-wind brisker in the South-Sea, than in the Atlantick. Very little Variation observed in the Run over to India. Arrival at the Island Magon. The Island Guam. Matan. Arracife. Three unknown Islands discovered. The Boneto described. Indians wonderfully amazed at the sight of white Men. The Main-Land of New-Guinea. The Island Gillolo. Attempt to find a new Passage on the Coast of New-Guinea. A new Streight discovered, called St. John's Streight. The Islands Ceram and Bonoa. They indeavour in vain to get Provisions at Manipa. Description of the Island Manipa. Great distress for want of Pro|visions. The Island Amblow. Arrival at Amboyna. p. 218 CHAP. IX. The A. and the whole Crew and Ship secured at Amboyna. A particular Description of Amboyna; Its Situation, Soil, Inhabitants, Castle, Buildings; Its subjectness to great Earthquakes; Its Government. Of the Malayan Inhabitants in it. The Hill-Malayans always at War with the Dutch. Malayan Slaves. The Custom of dealing with Debtors. Women- slaves. The Product of the Island; Cloves. Ginger, Pepper, Rattans, Canes, and Nutmegs. A particular Description of the growth of Cloves, the manner of gathering them, &c. Some Gold-mines said to be in this Island. The Governours annual Pro|gress to visit the Spice-Islands. The Beasts and Birds upon this Island. The Crockadore described. The Cassawaris descri|bed. The Bird of Paradice. The Sea-Porcupine. The Fruits in this Island. The Pine-apple described. The Mangoe. Very deep Water round the Island. Its Harbour and Fortifications. The place where the English formerly massacred here, were thrown. Several little Islands about Amboyna. Boangbessy and Hinomoa. Banda. The Governour of Amboyna, Chief over all the Spice-Islands. Moskitoes very troublesome at Amboyna. The Tryal of a certain Malayan for murdering his Slave. The A. and part of his Com|pany released, and depart from Amboyna. p. 218 CHAP. X. Departure from Amboyna, and arrival at the Island of Lancas. The Island Cabeses. The Island Bouton. The Island Celebes. The Passages between Celebes and Zalayer. The Island Zalayer. A very large and dangerous Shole, with an Observation of a great Fault in the Dutch Maps rela|ting to it. Arrival at Batavia. Description of part of the Coast of Java. Batavia described. The Tamarind-tree. The Mangastan. The Rumbostan. Departure from Batavia for England. Bantam. Streights of Sunda. Princes Island. The Cape of Good Hope. Hottentotes. Their beastly manner of Living. Their Worship. The difficulty of civilizing them. Their Houses, &c. Wild Beasts, how killed by the Dutch. The Product of the Country. Beasts. Fowls. Fishes. News from the Men that had left the A. in the Gulf of Nicoya. Departure from the Cape for England. Penguin Island and Birds. An Earthquake felt at Sea. Great Difference of Cold in 60 d. of Northern, and 60 d. of Southern Latitude; and the Reason of it. The Islands of Faro. Return Home. p. 276
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http://schema.org/description THE CONTENTS. CHAP. I. The Design of the Voyage. The Author's Departure. Arrival at St Jago. A Description of that Island. Of the Shark. Of the Dolphin. Of the Jelly-Fish. Of the Old-Wife. Description of the Islands of St Anns. Of the Boobie. Of the Island Le Grand. Of the Silver-Fish. A strange Bird taken off the Sibbel de Wards. Arrival at Juan Fernando's. Page 1 CHAP. II. Description of Juan Fernandoes. Of the Cabbage-tree. Wild Cats. Goats. The Humming-Bird. Description of the Sea-Lion. Of the Seal. Another sort of Silver-Fish. A Sea-Fight. Departure for the Coast of Peru. Sea coloured Red with a multitude of the Spawn of Fish. The Port of Arica. Arrival at the Island Gallo. Its Description. Lion-Lizards. p. 17. CHAP. III. Departure from Gallo. Design upon the Town of Sancta Maria. Cape Corrientes. Point Garachina. Attempt upon Santa Maria. How it miscarried. A Prize taken very seasonably when we were in great want of Provisions. The two Captains part Company. The Island Iguanos described. Departure for the Coast of Peru. Another Prize taken. The River of St Jago. The Bay of Sardinas. Alligators described. Cape St Francisco. The Island of Plata. The great City of Guiaquil. A dange|rous Sea-Fight. Point Gallera. The Bay of Tacames. Coco-tree and Nut described. Plantain described. Bonanoes described. The Bay of St Matthew. Departure from the Bay of Tacames for the Gulf of Nicoya. p. 38 CHAP. IV. The Island Caneo. The Mountains called Sierras de los Coronadas. The Gulf of Nicoya. The Ship cleaned. Mr. Clippington the Chief-Mate leaves us. A particular Description of the Gulf of Nicoya. The Maccaw described. The Carrion-Crow. The Pelican. The Guanoe. The Turtle. The Pearl-Oyster. The Great Oyster. Muscles. Departure from the Gulf of Nicoya. Two Mountains of Guatimala, the one casting out Water, the other Fire. A Prize taken. Vulcanoes. The Bay of Tecoantepeque. Suvartaneo. Another Prize taken. The Bay of Martaba. The Mountains called Motines. The Mount of St Jago, and Port of Quelagna. Another Prize taken. Attempt upon the Manila Ship, unsuccessful. The Men desire to return home: But agree to cruize six Weeks longer, and then go into India. The Albicore deseribed. The Crew divide, part tarrying with Captian Dampier in the South-Seas, and part resolving to go for India p. 63 CHAP. V. A particular Description of the Coast of Mexi|co. The Hill of Zalisco. The Cocoa-tree. The Islands Maria's. The Rocks and Points of Pontique. Cape Corrientes. The Islands of Chametly. Port of St Jago, and of Navidad. Bay of Sallagua. The Moun|tains Motines. The River Sacaticli. The Mountains of Chequetan and Petaplan. Acapulco. Port Marquiss. Point Gallera The Island Alcatrazes. Point Escondedo. The R. Messias. River of Gallera. Port Angels. Port of Guatulco. Mazattlan. Port of Salina. Tecoantepeque. Cat-Fish. The Hill of Bernal. The Vulcans of Soco|nusco, Amilpas, Sapotitlan, Sacatepeque, Atitlan, and Guatimala. City of Guatima|la. The P. of Sonsonat Trinidad. The Vulcans of Isalco, S. Salvadore and Sacatelepa. The R. Lempa. St Michaels. The Gulf of Amapalla. The Shovel-nos'd Shark. The Ceawau. Port of Ria Lexa. The Vulcan Vejo. Vulcans of Telica, and Leon Ma+motombo, Granada and Bombacho. Mountain of Popogajo. Port of Velas. Mount of Hermozo. Cape of Gajones. Cape Blanco. Gulf of Nicoya. Sierras de los Coronadas. The Island Caneo. Punto mala. Golfo Dulce. Puebla Nova. Islands Quibo, Quicara and Rancheria. Point of Mariato. The Morro de Porcos. Point of Higuera. Punta mala. The Island Guanoes. Nata. p. 87 CHAP. VI. A Particular Description of the Coast of Peru. The Bay of Panama. The City of Panama. Island of Perica. The Island Tabago. The Kings Islands. The Island Chepelio. Cheapo River and Town. The Island Planta. Cape St Lo|renzo. The Gulf of St Michaels. Point Garachina. Port Pinas. Ports of Quemado and Santa Clara. Bay of St Antonio. The River of Sande. Cape Corrientes. Bay and River of Bonaven|tura. The Island Palmas. Gorgonia. Gallo. Tomaco River and Town. The Ancon of Sardinas. The River of St Jago. Bay of St Mattheo. The Bay of Tacames. The Point of Gallera. Cape St Francisco. The Rainy Season from California to Cape St Francisco, beyond which, the Rains seldom extend to the Southward: And the same observed concerning the Worms. Apottete. The Rivers of Cogimes. Mountains and Village of Coaque. Cape Passao. The Bay of Caracas. Manta. A remarkable Observation of the Wind between Cape Passao and Cape Blanco. Cape St Lorenzo. The Island Plata. Salongo. The Rocks Ahoreados. The River and Island Colanche. Town and Point of St Hellena. Bay of Guiaquil. Point Chandy. The Islands St Clara and Puna. Guiaquil. Point Arena. The River Tumbes. Cape Blanco. Point Parina. An Observation of the Winds upon the Coasts of Peru and Chili. Port of Payta and the River Colan. Mountains of Motapa. The Islands, Lobos de Terra and Lobos de la Mar. The Ports of Chiripi and Pacasmayo. Ma|labrigo. Chicama. Truxillo. The Island of Saints. Port of Cosma. Of Vermejo. Mount of Mongon. Port of Guarmey. The Port of Guara. Of Chancay. The Rocks Piscadores. The Islands Ormigas. Callau. Lima. Port of Chilca. Guarco. Chinca. Pisco. High Land, without Rain or Rivers. Several small Ports. Mount of Atico. Vulcan of Ariquipa. Port and River of Ylo. Arica. Bay of Majalones. Mount of Moreno. p. 144 CHAP. VII. A Description of the Coast of Chili. The Port of Copiapo. The Port of Guasco. Copuimbo. Tongoi. Lymary. Cho|ape. Govanadore. Papuda. Clintera. Concon. The River of Chili. Valpa|rizo. Bay of Rio. Salinas. Topa de Calma. Lora. River of Maule. Point of Unmos. River Itata. Point of Sinfonda. The Island Quinquina. City of the Conception. Port of St Vincent. The River Biobio. Hills of Guera. Port Labipi. Island of Santa Maria. Canero. Hill of Tucapell. The River Imperial. The Island La Moucha. River of Tol|ton. Valdivia Port. The Occasion of its Name. Chili abounds most in Gold, as Peru does in Silver. p. 199 A Table of Latitude, Longitude, and the Variation in most of the principal places as we coasted along the three Empires of Chili, Peru and Mexico. p. 216 CHAP. VIII. Difficulty in getting Water at the Island Conchagua in the Gulf of Amapalla. De|parture from the Gulf of Amapalla forIndia. The Fish Yellow-tail described. Trade-wind brisker in the South-Sea, than in the Atlantick. Very little Variation observed in the Run over to India. Arrival at the Island Magon. The Island Guam. Matan. Arracife. Three unknown Islands discovered. The Boneto described. Indians wonderfully amazed at the sight of white Men. The Main-Land of New-Guinea. The Island Gillolo. Attempt to find a new Passage on the Coast of New-Guinea. A new Streight discovered, called St. John's Streight. The Islands Ceram and Bonoa. They indeavour in vain to get Provisions at Manipa. Description of the Island Manipa. Great distress for want of Pro|visions. The Island Amblow. Arrival at Amboyna. p. 218 CHAP. IX. The A. and the whole Crew and Ship secured at Amboyna. A particular Description of Amboyna; Its Situation, Soil, Inhabitants, Castle, Buildings; Its subjectness to great Earthquakes; Its Government. Of the Malayan Inhabitants in it. The Hill-Malayans always at War with the Dutch. Malayan Slaves. The Custom of dealing with Debtors. Women- slaves. The Product of the Island; Cloves. Ginger, Pepper, Rattans, Canes, and Nutmegs. A particular Description of the growth of Cloves, the manner of gathering them, &c. Some Gold-mines said to be in this Island. The Governours annual Pro|gress to visit the Spice-Islands. The Beasts and Birds upon this Island. The Crockadore described. The Cassawaris descri|bed. The Bird of Paradice. The Sea-Porcupine. The Fruits in this Island. The Pine-apple described. The Mangoe. Very deep Water round the Island. Its Harbour and Fortifications. The place where the English formerly massacred here, were thrown. Several little Islands about Amboyna. Boangbessy and Hinomoa. Banda. The Governour of Amboyna, Chief over all the Spice-Islands. Moskitoes very troublesome at Amboyna. The Tryal of a certain Malayan for murdering his Slave. The A. and part of his Com|pany released, and depart from Amboyna. p. 218 CHAP. X. Departure from Amboyna, and arrival at the Island of Lancas. The Island Cabeses. The Island Bouton. The Island Celebes. The Passages between Celebes and Zalayer. The Island Zalayer. A very large and dangerous Shole, with an Observation of a great Fault in the Dutch Maps rela|ting to it. Arrival at Batavia. Description of part of the Coast of Java. Batavia described. The Tamarind-tree. The Mangastan. The Rumbostan. Departure from Batavia for England. Bantam. Streights of Sunda. Princes Island. The Cape of Good Hope. Hottentotes. Their beastly manner of Living. Their Worship. The difficulty of civilizing them. Their Houses, &c. Wild Beasts, how killed by the Dutch. The Product of the Country. Beasts. Fowls. Fishes. News from the Men that had left the A. in the Gulf of Nicoya. Departure from the Cape for England. Penguin Island and Birds. An Earthquake felt at Sea. Great Difference of Cold in 60 d. of Northern, and 60 d. of Southern Latitude; and the Reason of it. The Islands of Faro. Return Home. p. 276
http://schema.org/name A voyage round the world : containing an account of Captain Dampier's expedition into the South-Seas in the ship St. George in the years 1703 and 1704, with his various adventures, engagements, &c., and a particular and exact description of several islands in the Atlantick Ocean, the Brazilian coast, the passage round Cape Horn, and the coasts of Chili, Peru and Mexico : together with the author's voyage from Ampalla on the west-coast of Mexico, to East-India; his passing by three unknown islands and thro' a new-discovered streight near the coast of New-Guinea; his arrival at Amboyna : with a large description of that and other spice islands, as also of Batavia, the Cape of Good Hope, &c., their rivers, harbours, plants, animals, inhabitants, &c. ...
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