The vessels anchored in the Bay of Islands. Terns were then in view, and thereafter, until the ijth of that month, Terns and Gulls were frequently seen. Barros, however, in his account of the voyage, makes no mention of Ceram. He was also charged to ascertain if a continent or islands existed in the Southern Ocean whence useful products might be exported to Mauritius or Reunion.
Of New Zealand terns, Sterna front ali s and S. The next land visited was Tasmania, where the vessels cast anchor on the east side of the island. There is no reason to believe that it was written byVasco da Gama. Others, which were very small, bleated like kids. Seals, says the roteiro, were in great number at the Angra de Sao Bras.
The nails in the wreckage were very rusty. During these expeditions the author of the Journaal mentions that the song of the ' Nachtegael ' was heard. They anchored a second time in the Angra de Sao Bras in March,on their homeward voyage.
Project Gutenberg updates its listing of IP addresses approximately monthly. The rukh therefore holds a position in bird-lore intermediate. McClymontThis eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and withalmost no restrictions whatsoever. They anchored a second time in the Angra de Sao Bras in March,on their homeward voyage.
The idea that it was a native of the Banda Group appears to have existed in some quarters at the beginning of the seventeenth century, but the idea was assuredly an erroneous one. Like their Dutch pre- decessors, the French mariners bestowed the names of European birds upon the birds which they saw in these new lands, and it would be an idle task to seek the equivalents of the ousels, thrushes, and turtle-doves which Crozet saw in Tasmania.
In he was commissioned at his own desire to restore to the island of his birth a Tahitian who had accompanied Bougainville to France.
From anexample in the British Museum of Natural History. This is a Scrub Fowl Megapodius duperreyi. Early Australian Voyages Pelsart, Tasman, Dampier by John Pinkerton Maritime Geography and Statistics, or a Description of the Ocean and Its Coasts, Maritime Commerce, Navigation, &C., &C., &C by James Hingston Tuckey.
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