PART THREE, BOOK TWO -- An Account of a Voyage towards
the South Pole, and round the World, performed in his Majesty's ships the
Resolution and Adventure, in the Years 1772, 3, 4, and 5: Written by James
Cook, Commander of the Resolution.
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Chapter 1 -- From our departure from England to leaving
the Society Isles the first time
Section 1 -- Passage from Deptford to the Cape of Good Hope,
with an Account of several Incidents that happened by the Way, and Transactions
Chapter 2 -- From our Departure from the Society Isles, to
our Return to and leaving them the second Time
Section 2 -- Departure from the Cape of Good Hope, in search of a Southern
Section 3 -- Sequel of the Search for a Southern Continent, between
the Meridian of the Cape of Good Hope and New Zealand; with an Account
of the Separation of the two Ships, and the Arrival of the Resolution in
Section 4 -- Transactions in Dusky Bay, with an Account of several
Interviews with the Inhabitants.
Section 5 -- Directions for sailing in and out of Dusky Bay, with an
Account of the adjacent Country, its Produce, and Inhabitants: Astronomical
and Nautical Observations.
Section 6 -- Passage from Dusky Bay to Queen Charlotte's Sound, with
an Account of some Water Spouts, and of our joining the Adventure.
Section 7 -- Captain Furneaux's Narrative, from the Time the two Ships
were separated, to their joining again in Queen Charlotte's Sound, with
some Account of Van Diemen's Land.
Section 8 -- Transactions in Queen Charlotte's Sound, with some Remarks
on the Inhabitants.
Section 9 -- Route from New Zealand to Otaheite, with an Account of
some low Islands, supposed to be the same that were seen by M. de Bougainville.
Section 10 -- Arrival of the Ships at Otaheite, with an Account of
the critical Situation they were in, and of several Incidents that happened
while they lay in Oaiti-piha Bay.
Section 11 -- An Account of several Visits to and from Otoo; of Goats
being left on the Island; and many other Particulars which happened while
the Ships lay in Matavai Bay.
Section 12 -- An Account of the Reception we met with at Huaheine,
with the Incidents that happened while the Ships lay there; and of Omai,
one of the Natives, coming away in the Adventure.
Section 13 -- Arrival at, and Departure of the Ships from, Ulietea:
With an Account of what happened there, and of Oedidee, one of the Natives,
coming away in the Resolution.
Section 14 -- An Account of a Spanish Ship visiting Otaheite; the present
State of the Islands; with some Observations on the Diseases and Customs
of the Inhabitants; and some Mistakes concerning the Women corrected.
Section 1 -- Passage from Ulietea to the Friendly Islands,
with an Account of the Discovery of Hervey's Island, and the Incidents
that happened at Middleburg.
Chapter 3 -- From Ulietea to New Zealand
Section 2 -- The Arrival of the Ships at Amsterdam; a Description of
a Place of Worship; and an Account of the Incidents which happened while
we remained at that Island.
Section 3 -- A Description of the Islands and their Produce; with the
Cultivation, Houses, Canoes, Navigation, Manufactures, Weapons, Customs,
Government, Religion, and Language of the Inhabitants.
Section 4 -- Passage from Amsterdam to Queen Charlotte's Sound, with
an Account of an Interview with the Inhabitants, and the final Separation
of the two Ships.
Section 5 -- Transactions at Queen Charlotte's Sound; with an Account
of the Inhabitants being Cannibals; and various other Incidents.--Departure
from the Sound, and our Endeavours to find the Adventure; with some Description
of the Coast.
Section 6 -- Route of the Ship from New Zealand in Search of a Continent;
with an Account of the various Obstructions met with from the Ice, and
the Methods pursued to explore the Southern Pacific Ocean.
Section 7 -- Sequel of the Passage from New Zealand to Easter Island,
and Transactions there, with an Account of an Expedition to discover the
Inland Part of the Country, and a Description of some of the surprising
gigantic Statues found in the Island.
Section 8 -- A Description of the Island, and its Produce, Situation,
and Inhabitants; their Manners, and Customs; Conjectures concerning their
Government, Religion, and other Subjects; with a more particular Account
of the gigantic Statues.
Section 9 -- The Passage from Easter Island to the Marquesas Islands.
Transactions and Incidents which happened while the Ship lay in Madre de
Dios, or Resolution Bay, in the Island of St. Christina.
Section 10 -- Departure from the Marquesas; a Description of the Situation,
Extent, Figure, and Appearance of the several Islands; with some Account
of the Inhabitants, their Customs, Dress, Habitations, Food, Weapons, and
Section 11 -- A Description of several Islands discovered, or seen
in the Passage from the Marquesas to Otaheite; with an Account of a Naval
Section 12 -- Some Account of a Visit from Otoo, Towha, and several
other Chiefs; also of a Robbery committed by one of the Natives, and its
Consequences, with general Observations on the Subject.
Section 13 -- Preparations to leave the Island. Another Naval Review,
and various other Incidents; with some Account of the Island, its Naval
Force, and Number of Inhabitants.
Section 14 -- The Arrival of the Ship at the Island of Huaheine; with
an Account of an Expedition into the Island, and several other Incidents
which happened while she lay there.
Section 15 -- Arrival at Ulietea; with an Account of the Reception
we met with there, and the several Incidents which happened during our
Stay. A Report of two Ships being at Huaheine. Preparations to leave the
island, and the Regret the Inhabitants shewed on the Occasion. The Character
of Oedidee; with some general Observations on the Islands.
Section 1 -- Passage from Ulietea to the Friendly Isles, with
a Description of several Islands that were discovered, and the Incidents
which happened in that Track.
Chapter 4 -- From leaving New Zealand to our Return to England
Section 2 -- Reception at Anamocka; a Robbery and its Consequences,
with a Variety of other Incidents. Departure from the Island. A sailing
Canoe described. Some Observations on the Navigation of these Islanders.
A Description of the Island, and of those in the Neighbourhood, with some
Account of the Inhabitants, and nautical Remarks.
Section 3 -- The Passage from the Friendly Isles to the New Hebrides,
with an Account of the Discovery of Turtle Island, and a Variety of Incidents
which happened, both before and after the Ship arrived in Port Sandwich,
in the Island of Mallicollo. A Description of the Port, the adjacent Country,
its Inhabitants, and many other Particulars.
Section 4 -- An Account of the Discovery of several Islands, and an
Interview and Skirmish with the Inhabitants upon one of them. The Arrival
of the Ship at Tanna, and the Reception we met with there.
Section 5 -- An Intercourse established with the Natives; some Account
of the Island, and a Variety of Incidents that happened during our Stay
Section 6 -- Departure from Tanna; with some Account of its Inhabitants,
their Manners and Arts.
Section 7 -- The survey of the Islands continued, and a more particular
Description of them.
Section 8 -- An Account of the Discovery of New Caledonia, and the
Incidents that happened while the Ship lay in Balade.
Section 9 -- A Description of the Country and its Inhabitants; their
Manners, Customs, and Arts.
Section 10 -- Proceedings on the Coast of New Caledonia, with Geographical
and Nautical Observations.
Section 11 -- Sequel of the Passage from New Caledonia to New Zealand,
with an Account of the Discovery of Norfolk Island; and the Incidents that
happened while the Ship lay in Queen Charlotte's Sound.
Section 1 -- The Run from New Zealand to Terra del Fuego, with
the Range from Cape Deseada to Christmas Sound, and Description of that
Part of the Coast.
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Section 2 -- Transactions in Christmas Sound, with an Account of the
Country and its Inhabitants.
Section 3 -- Range from Christmas Sound, round Cape Horn, through
Strait Le Maire, and round Staten Land; with an Account of the Discovery
of a Harbour in that Island, and a Description of the Coasts.
Section 4 -- Observations, geographical and nautical, with an Account
of the Islands near Staten Land, and the Animals found in them.
Section 5 -- Proceedings after leaving Staten Island, with an Account
of the Discovery of the Isle of Georgia, and a Description of it.
Section 6 -- Proceedings after leaving the Isle of Georgia, with an
Account of the Discovery of Sandwich Land; with some Reasons for there
being Land about the South Pole.
Section 7 -- Heads of what has been done in the Voyage; with some Conjectures
concerning the Formation of Ice-Islands; and an Account of our Proceedings
till our Arrival at the Cape of Good Hope.
Section 8 -- Captain Furneaux's Narrative of his Proceedings, in the
Adventure, from the Time he was separated from the Resolution, to his Arrival
in England; including Lieutenant Burney's Report concerning the Boat's
Crew who were murdered by the Inhabitants of Queen Charlotte's Sound.
Section 9 -- Transactions at the Cape of Good Hope; with an Account
of some Discoveries made by the French; and the Arrival of the Ship at
Section 10 -- Passage from St. Helena to the Western Islands, with
a Description of the Island of Ascension and Fernando Noronha.
Section 11 -- Arrival of the Ship at the Island of Fayal, a Description
of the Place, and the Return of the Resolution to England.
Appendix -- A Vocabulary of the Language of the Society Isles.