A Voyage to the Pacific Ocean, Volume 3

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BoD – Books on Demand, 2009 - Travel - 576 pages
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Narrative of the famous voyage of Captain James Cook and his collegues Clerke, Gore and King in the years 1776 to 1780 around the world on board of the "Resolution" and "Discovery." Volume 3 of 3.
 

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Contents

OF
1
Farther Account of Tranfaclions with the NativesTheir
20
Suspicious Behaviour of the Natives on our Return to Kara
35
CHAP IV
53
CHAP V
83
Chiefs Anchor offOneeheow Final Departure from
100
A CHAP
123
CHAP VII
124
Return to the Harbour of Saint Peter and Saint Paul
282
CHAP VI
324
General Account of Kamtschatka continued Of the Inhabi
358
CHAP VIII
382
CHAP IX
417
CHAP X
445
Departure from Pulo Condore Pass the Straits of Banca
463
APPENDIX
491

CHAP VIII
153
BOOK
171
Scarcity of Provisions and Stores at the Harbour of Saint
196
CHAP III
228
Fruitless Attempts to penetrate through the Ice to the North
255
A comparative table of Numerals exhibiting the Affinity
528
Vocabulary of the Language of Nootka or King Georges
540
Vocabulary of the Language of Atooi one of the Sandwich
547
Table of the Variations of the Compass observed by Cap
554
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James King's most recent book is the bestselling biography of Margaret Laurence. He has received numerous awards, including a Guggenheim Memorial Fellowship and a Killam Research Fellowship. He is the author of a biography of Herbert Read, "The Last Modern: A Life of Herbert Read" (1991), which was nominated for the Governor General's Literary Award for Non-Fiction; and the critically acclaimed "The Life of Margaret Laurence" (1997).

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