Heavy gale off the Montebello Isles.
Dangerous situation of the brig among the islands of Buccaneer’s
Examination and description of Cygnet Bay.
Lose an anchor, and leave the coast.
Return to Port Jackson.
The Bathurst sails for England.
Remarks upon some errors in the hydrography of the south coast
of Van Diemen’s Land.
King George the Third’s Sound.
Passage to the Cape of Good Hope.
Cross the Atlantic, and arrive at Plymouth Sound.
Observations upon the voyages, and conclusion.
Of the winds and currents, and description of the
and coast between Port Jackson and Breaksea Spit.
Description of the winds and weather, and of the ports,
and coast between Breaksea Spit and Cape York.
Description of the winds and weather, and of the ports
between Wessel’s Islands and Clarence Strait.
Of the nature of the winds and the description of
the coast between
Clarence Strait and the North-west Cape.
Of the winds and weather, and description of the Western
between the North-west Cape and Cape Leeuwin.
Of the winds and weather upon the South Coast.
King George the Third’s Sound, and hydrographical remarks
relating to Bass Strait.
Description of the shoals and reefs in the neighbourhood
coasts of Australia.
Directions for the passage within the reefs through Torres Strait.
Dip of the magnetic needle.
Upon the geographical positions of the fixed points of the survey.
Containing a list and description of the subjects
of natural history
collected during Captain King’s survey of the Intertropical
and Western Coasts of Australia.
Language of the Natives.