An account of the Pelew Islands, situated in the western part of the Pacific Ocean: composed from the journals and communications of Captain Henry Wilson, and some of his officers, who, in August 1783, were there shipwrecked, in the Antelope, a packet belonging to the Honourable East India Company
Printed for Captain H. Wilson, by W. Bulmer and co., 1803 - History
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Abba Thulle accompanied acquainted afternoon Antelope appeared arms Arra Kooker arrived Artingall attended bamboo Benger Blanchard boat boatswain Bombay brother brought called canoes Captain M'Cluer Captain Wilson chief chief mate China cocoa-nuts colour conduct Cooroora countrymen cove desired Endeavour enemy Englees English expedition fire fish friends gave give hand harbour Henry Wilson Honourable hour immediately informed inhabitants jolly-boat kind King King's Kooker land leave Lee Boo Lieutenant Wedgeborough look Macao Malay manner mind molosses morning muskets natives never night noon notice o'clock observed occasion officers Oroolong Panther Pelelew Pelew islands pinnace pleased present Raa Kook received reef remained requested returned to Pelew round rupacks sail seemed sent Sharp shewed shewn ship shore soon spear sweet drink tents thing Thomas Willson told took trees vessel voyage weather whilst wind wished women wreck yams