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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 659 pages of information about A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels Volume 12.
12 W. 150 16 W. 6 0 E.
Sir C. Saunders’s IslJuly 28. 17 28 S. 153 2 W. 151 4 W. 6 30 E.
Lord Howe’s Island July 30. 16 46 S. 156 38 W. 154 15 W. 7 40 E.
Solly Island July 31. 16 28 S. 157 22 W. 155 3O W. 8 0 E.
Boscawen’s Island Aug. 13. 15 50 S. 177 20 W. 175 10 W. 9 0 E.
Aug.  Keppel’s Island Aug. 13. 15 53 S. 177 23 W. 175 13 W. 10 0 E. Wallis’s Island Aug. 17. 13 18 S. 180 0 W. 177 0 W. 10 0 E. Piscadores } S. end Sept. 3. 1 0 N. 195 0 W. 192 30 W. 10 0 E. Islands } N. end 11 20 N. 195 25 W. 193 0 W. 10 0 E. Pinias Sept. 30. 14 58 N. 215 40 W. 214 10 W. 6 20 E. At Sea Oct. 17. 16 10 N. 218 0 W. 216 25 W. 5 15 E. Grafton’s Island Oct. 29. 21 4 N. 241 0 W. 239 0 W. 1 3 W. Pulo Aroe Nov. 15. 2 28 N. 258 0 W. 255 0 W. 1 0 W. Lucipara Nov. 25. 4 10 S. 254 46 W. None.  Batavia Dec. 1. 6 8 S. 254 30 W. 2 25 W. Prince’s Island Dec. 16. 6 41 S. 256 0 W. 256 30 W. 3 0 W.
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At Sea Jan. 26. 34 24 S. 328 0 W. 323 30 W. 24 0 W. At Sea Jan. 27. 34 14 S. 324 0 W. 323 13 W. 24 0 W. Cape of Good Hope Feb. 11. 34 0 S 345 0 W. 342 0 W. 19 30W.  At Sea Mar. 15. 16 44 S. 3 0 W. 2 0 W. 13 0W.  At Sea Mar. 15. 16 36 S. 2 0 W. 2 5 W. 12 50W.  St Helena Mar. 19. 15 57 S. 5 49W. 5 40W. 12 47W.  Ascension Mar. 23. 7 28 S. 14 18W. 14 4W. 9 53W.  At Sea Mar. 24. 7 58 S. 14 30W. 14 38W. 10 0W.  At Sea April 8. 15 4 N. 30 0W. 34 30W. 4 48W.  At Sea April 11. 21 28 N. 36 0W. 36 37W. 4 30W. 
At Sea April 21. 33 55 N. 32 0W. 33 0W. 11 34W. 
At Sea April 23. 36 15 N. 30 0W. 29 31W. 14 30W. 
At Sea May 10. 49 43 N. 6 0W. 7 52W. 22 30W. 
At Sea May 11. 48 48 N. 7 30W. 8 19W. ——­
St Agnus’s Light-h.  May 13. 19 58 N. 7 14W. 7 8W. 20 0W.

CHAPTER III.

AN ACCOUNT OF A VOYAGE ROUND THE WORLD, IN THE YEARS 1766, 1767, 1768, AND 1769, BY PHILIP CARTERET, ESQ.  COMMANDER OF HIS MAJESTY’S SLOOP THE SWALLOW.

SECTION I.

The Run from Plymouth to Madeira, and from thence through the Streight of Magellan.

[The longitude of this voyage is reckoned from London westward to 180, and eastward afterwards.]

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