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Narrative of a Survey of the Intertropical and Western Coasts of Australia eBook

Philip Parker King
This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 494 pages of information about Narrative of a Survey of the Intertropical and Western Coasts of Australia.

LIST OF PLATES.

VOLUME 2.

Entrance of oyster harbour, king George the Third’s sound
Interview with the Natives. 
From a sketch by P.P.  King.  Published in May 1825 by John Murray,
     London.

Woodcut 1:  Natives of Hanover bay on A raft.

View of the cascade in Prince regent’s river
From a sketch by P.P.  King.  Published in May 1825 by John Murray,
     London.

Weapons etcOf the natives of Hanover bay.

1.  Stone Spear Head (Full size.) From a Drawing by F. Chantrey,
     Esquire, F.R.S.

2.  Section of a Stone Spear Head (Full size.) From a Drawing by
     F. Chantrey, Esquire, F.R.S.

3.  Spear armed with the Stone head.

4.  Throwing-stick.

5.  Hatchet.

Published in May 1825 by John Murray, London.

Woodcut 2:  Raft of the natives of Hanover bay.

Woodcut 3:  Weapons and implements of the natives of king George
     the Third’s soundMeara or throwing-stick.

Woodcut 4:  Weapons and implements of the natives of king George
     the Third’s soundMethod of propulsion of spear by A meara
     or throwing-stick.

Woodcut 5:  Weapons and implements of the natives of king George
     the Third’s soundKaoit or hammer.

Woodcut 6:  Weapons and implements of the natives of king George
     the Third’s soundTaap or knife.

Chart of port Cockburn at Melville island
Plan of Port Cockburn, between Bathurst and Melville Islands. 
From a survey made by Lieutenant J.S.  Roe in October 1824.

View of fort Dundas, taken from garden point.

Plan of King’s cove.

Sketch 1:  Islands off admiralty gulf, looking southward from the
     north-east end of cassini island
Left to right:  Corneille, Fenelon, Descartes, and Pascal Islands,
     Hills on Cape Voltaire, Condillac Island, and East end of
     Cassini Island (Peron’s Atlas, plate 6, figure 7) and the
     outline of the Iles Forbin (Peron’s Atlas, plate 8, figure 5).

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