Dalrymple, Alexander, 1737-1808.
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Map . Chart of the South Pacifick Ocean, pointing out the discoveries made therein, previous to 1764.

Theodore Gerrards, 1599.
Publish'd according to Act of Parliament Octo'. 1767
Located between p. xxxi and p. [1]

Plate [1]. [1] The island Amsterdam bearing E.N.E. distant 3 miles (12') in Latitude 21o, 20 S. Long. a London 176.56.W [2] Pylstart Island E.N.E. 6 miles (24) dist.t [3] Pylstart Island E.S.E. 3 miles (12) dist.t [4] Middleburg bear.g E. by S. 4 miles (16') dist.t

J. Collyer, Sculp
Located after p. 103

Plate [2]. [1] View of Murderers Bay on New Zealand in 15 fath.m water. [2] View of Abel Tasmans Bay on New Zealand in 33 fath.m water

Located after p. 103

Plate [3]. [1] The continent south of the rocky point[2] Staten landt or the states land south of the rocky point

J. Collyer, Sc
Located after p. 103

Plate [4]. Anamocka, by the Dutch named Rotterdam Island in 20°.15'So Latitude, Long. a London 176°.15'W

A. The ships lying off Anamocka. B. A sandy bay from whence the Indians came aboard in their roas. C. Watering place. D. Piece of fresh water close to the sea on the N. side of the island. E. A proa under raid bringing fruits from the other islands. F. Where the boats lay to fetch water. G. Appearance & cloathing of the inhabitants as they came aboard us.
Located after p. 103

Plate [5]. Three Kings Island in 40 fath. on the N.W. side

J. Collyer, Sculp
Located after p. 103

Plate [6]. Amsterdam Island in 21°.20'.S.° Long. 176°. 56'. W. a London

A. Our ships at anchor in Diemens road. B. Small proas belonging to the king of the country. C. Vefsells or proas joined together with one deck. D. A fishing proa. E. Their coming on board with coco nuts & c. F. The kings residence. G. The place where out boats lay when they went to water. H. The place where they came to meet our people with flags of truce. I. The place where our people kept guard. K. The kings belay in an inclosure where he received our people. L. The king & his nobility's washing place. M. Their vefsells at anchor. N. This peoples manner of sitting, standing, & their cloathing. O. The bay where the king lives & his gallery lyes to which Tasman gave the name of Marias Bay from M. Van Diemens spouse.
Located after p. 103