A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Volume 11 Arranged in Systematic Order: Forming a Complete History of the Origin and Progress of Navigation, Discovery, and Commerce, by Sea and Land, from the Earliest Ages to the Present Time
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A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Volume 11 Arranged in Systematic Order: Forming a Complete History of the Origin and Progress of Navigation, Discovery, and Commerce, by Sea and Land, from the Earliest Ages to the Present Time

By Robert Kerr
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  • A
    • GENERAL
    • HISTORY AND COLLECTION
    • OF
  • VOYAGES AND TRAVELS,
    • ARRANGED IN SYSTEMATIC ORDER:
    • FORMING A COMPLETE HISTORY OF THE ORIGIN AND PROGRESS
    • OF NAVIGATION, DISCOVERY, AND COMMERCE,
    • FROM THE EARLIEST AGES TO THE PRESENT TIME.
    • BY
    • ROBERT KERR, F.R.S. & F.A.S. EDIN.
    • ILLUSTRATED BY MAPS AND CHARTS.
    • VOL. XI.
      • WILLIAM BLACKWOOD, EDINBURGH:
      • AND T. CADELL, LONDON.
      • MDCCCXXIV.
    • WILLIAM BLACKWOOD, EDINBURGH:
    • AND T. CADELL, LONDON.
    • MDCCCXXIV.
    • CONTENTS
    • OF
    • VOL. XI
    • PART II. BOOK IV. CONTINUED.
    • A
    • GENERAL HISTORY
    • AND
    • COLLECTION
    • OF
  • VOYAGES AND TRAVELS.
    • PART II. BOOK IV.
    • (CONTINUED.)
    • CHAPTER XII
    • VOYAGE ROUND THE WORLD, BY CAPTAIN GEORGE SHELVOCKE,
    • IN 1719-1722.
      • SECTION V.
        • Voyage from California to Canton in China.
      • Voyage from California to Canton in China.
      • SECTION VI.
        • Residence in China, and Voyage thence to England.
      • Residence in China, and Voyage thence to England.
      • SECTION VII.
        • Supplement to the foregoing Voyage.
      • Supplement to the foregoing Voyage.
      • SECTION VIII.
        • Appendix to Shelvocke's Voyage round the World. Containing Observations on the Country and Inhabitants of Peru, by Captain Betagh.1
        • INTRODUCTION.
        • § 1. Particulars of the Capture of the Mercury by the Spaniards.
        • § 2. Observations made by Betagh in the North of Peru.
        • § 3. Voyage from Payta to Lima, and Account of the English Prisoners at that place.
        • § 4. Description of Lima, and some Account of the Government of Peru.
        • § 5. Some Account of the Mines of Peru and Chili.
        • § 6. Observations on the Trade of Chili.
        • § 7. Some Account of the French Interlopers in Chili.
        • § 8. Return of Betagh to England.
        • Note.
      • Appendix to Shelvocke's Voyage round the World. Containing Observations on the Country and Inhabitants of Peru, by Captain Betagh.1
      • INTRODUCTION.
      • § 1. Particulars of the Capture of the Mercury by the Spaniards.
      • § 2. Observations made by Betagh in the North of Peru.
      • § 3. Voyage from Payta to Lima, and Account of the English Prisoners at that place.
      • § 4. Description of Lima, and some Account of the Government of Peru.
      • § 5. Some Account of the Mines of Peru and Chili.
      • § 6. Observations on the Trade of Chili.
      • § 7. Some Account of the French Interlopers in Chili.
      • § 8. Return of Betagh to England.
      • Note.
    • SECTION V.
      • Voyage from California to Canton in China.
    • Voyage from California to Canton in China.
    • SECTION VI.
      • Residence in China, and Voyage thence to England.
    • Residence in China, and Voyage thence to England.
    • SECTION VII.
      • Supplement to the foregoing Voyage.
    • Supplement to the foregoing Voyage.
    • SECTION VIII.
      • Appendix to Shelvocke's Voyage round the World. Containing Observations on the Country and Inhabitants of Peru, by Captain Betagh.1
      • INTRODUCTION.
      • § 1. Particulars of the Capture of the Mercury by the Spaniards.
      • § 2. Observations made by Betagh in the North of Peru.
      • § 3. Voyage from Payta to Lima, and Account of the English Prisoners at that place.
      • § 4. Description of Lima, and some Account of the Government of Peru.
      • § 5. Some Account of the Mines of Peru and Chili.
      • § 6. Observations on the Trade of Chili.
      • § 7. Some Account of the French Interlopers in Chili.
      • § 8. Return of Betagh to England.
      • Note.
    • Appendix to Shelvocke's Voyage round the World. Containing Observations on the Country and Inhabitants of Peru, by Captain Betagh.1
    • INTRODUCTION.
    • § 1. Particulars of the Capture of the Mercury by the Spaniards.
    • § 2. Observations made by Betagh in the North of Peru.
    • § 3. Voyage from Payta to Lima, and Account of the English Prisoners at that place.
    • § 4. Description of Lima, and some Account of the Government of Peru.
    • § 5. Some Account of the Mines of Peru and Chili.
    • § 6. Observations on the Trade of Chili.
    • § 7. Some Account of the French Interlopers in Chili.
    • § 8. Return of Betagh to England.
    • Note.
    • CHAPTER XIII.
    • VOYAGE ROUND THE WORLD, BY COMMODORE ROGGEWEIN, is 1721-1723.1
      • INTRODUCTION.
      • SECTION I.
        • Narrative of the Voyage from Holland to the Coast of Brazil.1
      • Narrative of the Voyage from Holland to the Coast of Brazil.1
      • SECTION II.
        • Arrival in Brazil, with some Account of that Country.
      • Arrival in Brazil, with some Account of that Country.
      • SECTION III.
        • Incidents during the Voyage from Brazil to Juan Fernandez, with a Description of that Island.
      • Incidents during the Voyage from Brazil to Juan Fernandez, with a Description of that Island.
      • SECTION IV.
        • Continuation of the Voyage from Juan Fernandez till the Shipwreck of the African Galley.
      • Continuation of the Voyage from Juan Fernandez till the Shipwreck of the African Galley.
      • SECTION V.
        • Continuation of the Voyage after the Loss of the African, to the Arrival of Roggewein at New Britain.
      • Continuation of the Voyage after the Loss of the African, to the Arrival of Roggewein at New Britain.
      • SECTION VI.
        • Description of New Britain, and farther Continuation of the Voyage till the Arrival of Roggewein at Java.
      • Description of New Britain, and farther Continuation of the Voyage till the Arrival of Roggewein at Java.
      • SECTION VII.
        • Occurrences from their Arrival at the Island of Java, to the Confiscation of the Ships at Batavia.
      • Occurrences from their Arrival at the Island of Java, to the Confiscation of the Ships at Batavia.
      • SECTION VIII.
        • Description of Batavia and the Island of Java, with some Account of the Government of the Dutch East India Company's Affairs.
      • Description of Batavia and the Island of Java, with some Account of the Government of the Dutch East India Company's Affairs.
      • SECTION IX.
        • Description of Ceylon.
      • Description of Ceylon.
      • SECTION X.
        • Some Account of the Governments of Amboina, Banda, Macasser, the Moluccas, Mallacca, and the Cape of Good Hope.
      • Some Account of the Governments of Amboina, Banda, Macasser, the Moluccas, Mallacca, and the Cape of Good Hope.
      • SECTION XI.
        • Account of the Directories of Coromandel, Surat, Bengal, and Persia.
      • Account of the Directories of Coromandel, Surat, Bengal, and Persia.
      • SECTION XII.
        • Account of the Commanderies of Malabar, Gallo, Java, and Bantam.
      • Account of the Commanderies of Malabar, Gallo, Java, and Bantam.
      • SECTION XIII.
        • Some Account of the Residences of Cheribon, Siam, and Mockha.
      • Some Account of the Residences of Cheribon, Siam, and Mockha.
      • SECTION XIV.
        • Of the Trade of the Dutch in Borneo and China.
      • Of the Trade of the Dutch in Borneo and China.
      • SECTION XV.
        • Of the Dutch Trade with Japan.
      • Of the Dutch Trade with Japan.
      • SECTION XVI.
        • Account of the Colony of the Cape of Good Hope.
      • Account of the Colony of the Cape of Good Hope.
      • SECTION XVII.
        • Voyage from the Cape of Good Hope to Holland, with some Account of St Helena, the Island of Ascension, and the Acores.
      • Voyage from the Cape of Good Hope to Holland, with some Account of St Helena, the Island of Ascension, and the Acores.
    • INTRODUCTION.
    • SECTION I.
      • Narrative of the Voyage from Holland to the Coast of Brazil.1
    • Narrative of the Voyage from Holland to the Coast of Brazil.1
    • SECTION II.
      • Arrival in Brazil, with some Account of that Country.
    • Arrival in Brazil, with some Account of that Country.
    • SECTION III.
      • Incidents during the Voyage from Brazil to Juan Fernandez, with a Description of that Island.
    • Incidents during the Voyage from Brazil to Juan Fernandez, with a Description of that Island.
    • SECTION IV.
      • Continuation of the Voyage from Juan Fernandez till the Shipwreck of the African Galley.
    • Continuation of the Voyage from Juan Fernandez till the Shipwreck of the African Galley.
    • SECTION V.
      • Continuation of the Voyage after the Loss of the African, to the Arrival of Roggewein at New Britain.
    • Continuation of the Voyage after the Loss of the African, to the Arrival of Roggewein at New Britain.
    • SECTION VI.
      • Description of New Britain, and farther Continuation of the Voyage till the Arrival of Roggewein at Java.
    • Description of New Britain, and farther Continuation of the Voyage till the Arrival of Roggewein at Java.
    • SECTION VII.
      • Occurrences from their Arrival at the Island of Java, to the Confiscation of the Ships at Batavia.
    • Occurrences from their Arrival at the Island of Java, to the Confiscation of the Ships at Batavia.
    • SECTION VIII.
      • Description of Batavia and the Island of Java, with some Account of the Government of the Dutch East India Company's Affairs.
    • Description of Batavia and the Island of Java, with some Account of the Government of the Dutch East India Company's Affairs.
    • SECTION IX.
      • Description of Ceylon.
    • Description of Ceylon.
    • SECTION X.
      • Some Account of the Governments of Amboina, Banda, Macasser, the Moluccas, Mallacca, and the Cape of Good Hope.
    • Some Account of the Governments of Amboina, Banda, Macasser, the Moluccas, Mallacca, and the Cape of Good Hope.
    • SECTION XI.
      • Account of the Directories of Coromandel, Surat, Bengal, and Persia.
    • Account of the Directories of Coromandel, Surat, Bengal, and Persia.
    • SECTION XII.
      • Account of the Commanderies of Malabar, Gallo, Java, and Bantam.
    • Account of the Commanderies of Malabar, Gallo, Java, and Bantam.
    • SECTION XIII.
      • Some Account of the Residences of Cheribon, Siam, and Mockha.
    • Some Account of the Residences of Cheribon, Siam, and Mockha.
    • SECTION XIV.
      • Of the Trade of the Dutch in Borneo and China.
    • Of the Trade of the Dutch in Borneo and China.
    • SECTION XV.
      • Of the Dutch Trade with Japan.
    • Of the Dutch Trade with Japan.
    • SECTION XVI.
      • Account of the Colony of the Cape of Good Hope.
    • Account of the Colony of the Cape of Good Hope.
    • SECTION XVII.
      • Voyage from the Cape of Good Hope to Holland, with some Account of St Helena, the Island of Ascension, and the Acores.
    • Voyage from the Cape of Good Hope to Holland, with some Account of St Helena, the Island of Ascension, and the Acores.
    • CHAPTER XIV.
    • VOYAGE ROUND THE WORLD, BY CAPTAIN GEORGE ANSON, IN
    • THE YEARS 1740-1744.1
      • PREFACE.
      • INTRODUCTION.
      • SECTION I.
        • Of the Equipment of the Squadron, and the Incidents relating to it, from its first Appointment to its setting Sail from St Helens.
      • Of the Equipment of the Squadron, and the Incidents relating to it, from its first Appointment to its setting Sail from St Helens.
      • SECTION II.
        • The Passage from St Helens to the Island of Madeira, with a short Account of that Island, and of our Stay there.
      • The Passage from St Helens to the Island of Madeira, with a short Account of that Island, and of our Stay there.
      • SECTION III.
        • History of the Spanish Squadron commanded by Don Joseph Pizarro.
      • History of the Spanish Squadron commanded by Don Joseph Pizarro.
      • SECTION IV.
        • Passage from Madeira to St Catharines.
      • Passage from Madeira to St Catharines.
      • SECTION V.
        • Proceedings at St Catharines, and a Description of that Place, with a short Account of Brazil.
      • Proceedings at St Catharines, and a Description of that Place, with a short Account of Brazil.
      • SECTION VI.
        • The Run from St Catharines to Port St Julian; with some Account of that Port, and of the Country to the South of the Rio Plata.
      • The Run from St Catharines to Port St Julian; with some Account of that Port, and of the Country to the South of the Rio Plata.
      • SECTION VII.
        • Departure from the Bay of St Julian, and Passage from thence to the Straits of Le Maire.
      • Departure from the Bay of St Julian, and Passage from thence to the Straits of Le Maire.
      • SECTION VIII.
        • Course from the Straits of Le Maire to Cape Noir.
      • Course from the Straits of Le Maire to Cape Noir.
      • SECTION IX.
        • Observations and Directions for facilitating the Passage of future Navigators round Cape Horn.
      • Observations and Directions for facilitating the Passage of future Navigators round Cape Horn.
      • SECTION X.
        • Course from Cape Noir to the Island of Juan Fernandez.
      • Course from Cape Noir to the Island of Juan Fernandez.
      • SECTION XI.
        • Arrival of the Centurion at Juan Fernandez, with a Description of that Island.
      • Arrival of the Centurion at Juan Fernandez, with a Description of that Island.
      • SECTION XII.
        • Separate Arrivals of the Gloucester, and Anna Pink, at Juan Fernandez, and Transactions at that Island during the Interval.
      • Separate Arrivals of the Gloucester, and Anna Pink, at Juan Fernandez, and Transactions at that Island during the Interval.
      • SECTION XIII.
        • Short Account of what befell the Anna Pink before she rejoined; with an Account of the Loss of the Wager, and the putting back of the Severn and Pearl.
      • Short Account of what befell the Anna Pink before she rejoined; with an Account of the Loss of the Wager, and the putting back of the Severn and Pearl.
      • SECTION XIV.
        • Conclusion of Proceedings at Juan Fernandez, from the Arrival of the Anna Pink, to our final Departure from thence.
      • Conclusion of Proceedings at Juan Fernandez, from the Arrival of the Anna Pink, to our final Departure from thence.
      • SECTION XV.
        • Our Cruise, from leaving Juan Fernandez, to the taking of Payta.
      • Our Cruise, from leaving Juan Fernandez, to the taking of Payta.
      • SECTION XVI.
        • Capture of Payta, and Proceedings at that Place.
      • Capture of Payta, and Proceedings at that Place.
      • SECTION XVII.
        • Occurrences from our Departure from Payta to our Arrival at Quibo.
      • Occurrences from our Departure from Payta to our Arrival at Quibo.
      • SECTION XVIII.
        • Our Proceedings at Quibo, with an Account of the Place.
      • Our Proceedings at Quibo, with an Account of the Place.
      • SECTION XIX.
        • From Quibo to the Coast of Mexico.
      • From Quibo to the Coast of Mexico.
      • SECTION XX.
        • An Account of the Commerce carried on between the City of Manilla on the Island of Luconia, and the Port of Acapulco in the Coast of Mexico.1
      • An Account of the Commerce carried on between the City of Manilla on the Island of Luconia, and the Port of Acapulco in the Coast of Mexico.1
      • SECTION XXI.
        • Our Cruise off the Port of Acapulco for the Manilla Ship.
      • Our Cruise off the Port of Acapulco for the Manilla Ship.
      • SECTION XXII.
        • A short Account of Chequetan, and of the adjacent Coast and Country.
      • A short Account of Chequetan, and of the adjacent Coast and Country.
      • SECTION XXIII.
        • Account of Proceedings at Chequetan and on the adjacent Coast, till our setting sail for Asia.
      • Account of Proceedings at Chequetan and on the adjacent Coast, till our setting sail for Asia.
      • SECTION XXIV.
        • The Run from the Coast of Mexico to the Ladrones or Marian Islands.
      • The Run from the Coast of Mexico to the Ladrones or Marian Islands.
      • SECTION XXV.
        • Our Arrival at Tinian, and an Account of the Island, and of our Proceedings there, till the Centurion drove out to Sea.
      • Our Arrival at Tinian, and an Account of the Island, and of our Proceedings there, till the Centurion drove out to Sea.
      • SECTION XXVI.
        • Transactions at Tinian after the Departure of the Centurion.
      • Transactions at Tinian after the Departure of the Centurion.
      • SECTION XXVII.
        • Account of the Proceedings on board the Centurion when driven out to Sea.
      • Account of the Proceedings on board the Centurion when driven out to Sea.
      • SECTION XXVIII.
        • Of our Employment at Tinian, till the final Departure of the Centurion, and of the Voyage to Macao.1
      • Of our Employment at Tinian, till the final Departure of the Centurion, and of the Voyage to Macao.1
      • SECTION XXIX.
        • Proceedings at Macao.
      • Proceedings at Macao.
      • SECTION XXX.
        • From Macao to Cape Espiritu Santo; the taking of the Manilla Galleon, and returning back again.
      • From Macao to Cape Espiritu Santo; the taking of the Manilla Galleon, and returning back again.
      • SECTION XXXI.
        • Transactions in the River of Canton.
      • Transactions in the River of Canton.
      • SECTION XXXII.
        • Proceedings at the City of Canton, and the Return of the Centurion to England.
      • Proceedings at the City of Canton, and the Return of the Centurion to England.
    • PREFACE.
    • INTRODUCTION.
    • SECTION I.
      • Of the Equipment of the Squadron, and the Incidents relating to it, from its first Appointment to its setting Sail from St Helens.
    • Of the Equipment of the Squadron, and the Incidents relating to it, from its first Appointment to its setting Sail from St Helens.
    • SECTION II.
      • The Passage from St Helens to the Island of Madeira, with a short Account of that Island, and of our Stay there.
    • The Passage from St Helens to the Island of Madeira, with a short Account of that Island, and of our Stay there.
    • SECTION III.
      • History of the Spanish Squadron commanded by Don Joseph Pizarro.
    • History of the Spanish Squadron commanded by Don Joseph Pizarro.
    • SECTION IV.
      • Passage from Madeira to St Catharines.
    • Passage from Madeira to St Catharines.
    • SECTION V.
      • Proceedings at St Catharines, and a Description of that Place, with a short Account of Brazil.
    • Proceedings at St Catharines, and a Description of that Place, with a short Account of Brazil.
    • SECTION VI.
      • The Run from St Catharines to Port St Julian; with some Account of that Port, and of the Country to the South of the Rio Plata.
    • The Run from St Catharines to Port St Julian; with some Account of that Port, and of the Country to the South of the Rio Plata.
    • SECTION VII.
      • Departure from the Bay of St Julian, and Passage from thence to the Straits of Le Maire.
    • Departure from the Bay of St Julian, and Passage from thence to the Straits of Le Maire.
    • SECTION VIII.
      • Course from the Straits of Le Maire to Cape Noir.
    • Course from the Straits of Le Maire to Cape Noir.
    • SECTION IX.
      • Observations and Directions for facilitating the Passage of future Navigators round Cape Horn.
    • Observations and Directions for facilitating the Passage of future Navigators round Cape Horn.
    • SECTION X.
      • Course from Cape Noir to the Island of Juan Fernandez.
    • Course from Cape Noir to the Island of Juan Fernandez.
    • SECTION XI.
      • Arrival of the Centurion at Juan Fernandez, with a Description of that Island.
    • Arrival of the Centurion at Juan Fernandez, with a Description of that Island.
    • SECTION XII.
      • Separate Arrivals of the Gloucester, and Anna Pink, at Juan Fernandez, and Transactions at that Island during the Interval.
    • Separate Arrivals of the Gloucester, and Anna Pink, at Juan Fernandez, and Transactions at that Island during the Interval.
    • SECTION XIII.
      • Short Account of what befell the Anna Pink before she rejoined; with an Account of the Loss of the Wager, and the putting back of the Severn and Pearl.
    • Short Account of what befell the Anna Pink before she rejoined; with an Account of the Loss of the Wager, and the putting back of the Severn and Pearl.
    • SECTION XIV.
      • Conclusion of Proceedings at Juan Fernandez, from the Arrival of the Anna Pink, to our final Departure from thence.
    • Conclusion of Proceedings at Juan Fernandez, from the Arrival of the Anna Pink, to our final Departure from thence.
    • SECTION XV.
      • Our Cruise, from leaving Juan Fernandez, to the taking of Payta.
    • Our Cruise, from leaving Juan Fernandez, to the taking of Payta.
    • SECTION XVI.
      • Capture of Payta, and Proceedings at that Place.
    • Capture of Payta, and Proceedings at that Place.
    • SECTION XVII.
      • Occurrences from our Departure from Payta to our Arrival at Quibo.
    • Occurrences from our Departure from Payta to our Arrival at Quibo.
    • SECTION XVIII.
      • Our Proceedings at Quibo, with an Account of the Place.
    • Our Proceedings at Quibo, with an Account of the Place.
    • SECTION XIX.
      • From Quibo to the Coast of Mexico.
    • From Quibo to the Coast of Mexico.
    • SECTION XX.
      • An Account of the Commerce carried on between the City of Manilla on the Island of Luconia, and the Port of Acapulco in the Coast of Mexico.1
    • An Account of the Commerce carried on between the City of Manilla on the Island of Luconia, and the Port of Acapulco in the Coast of Mexico.1
    • SECTION XXI.
      • Our Cruise off the Port of Acapulco for the Manilla Ship.
    • Our Cruise off the Port of Acapulco for the Manilla Ship.
    • SECTION XXII.
      • A short Account of Chequetan, and of the adjacent Coast and Country.
    • A short Account of Chequetan, and of the adjacent Coast and Country.
    • SECTION XXIII.
      • Account of Proceedings at Chequetan and on the adjacent Coast, till our setting sail for Asia.
    • Account of Proceedings at Chequetan and on the adjacent Coast, till our setting sail for Asia.
    • SECTION XXIV.
      • The Run from the Coast of Mexico to the Ladrones or Marian Islands.
    • The Run from the Coast of Mexico to the Ladrones or Marian Islands.
    • SECTION XXV.
      • Our Arrival at Tinian, and an Account of the Island, and of our Proceedings there, till the Centurion drove out to Sea.
    • Our Arrival at Tinian, and an Account of the Island, and of our Proceedings there, till the Centurion drove out to Sea.
    • SECTION XXVI.
      • Transactions at Tinian after the Departure of the Centurion.
    • Transactions at Tinian after the Departure of the Centurion.
    • SECTION XXVII.
      • Account of the Proceedings on board the Centurion when driven out to Sea.
    • Account of the Proceedings on board the Centurion when driven out to Sea.
    • SECTION XXVIII.
      • Of our Employment at Tinian, till the final Departure of the Centurion, and of the Voyage to Macao.1
    • Of our Employment at Tinian, till the final Departure of the Centurion, and of the Voyage to Macao.1
    • SECTION XXIX.
      • Proceedings at Macao.
    • Proceedings at Macao.
    • SECTION XXX.
      • From Macao to Cape Espiritu Santo; the taking of the Manilla Galleon, and returning back again.
    • From Macao to Cape Espiritu Santo; the taking of the Manilla Galleon, and returning back again.
    • SECTION XXXI.
      • Transactions in the River of Canton.
    • Transactions in the River of Canton.
    • SECTION XXXII.
      • Proceedings at the City of Canton, and the Return of the Centurion to England.
    • Proceedings at the City of Canton, and the Return of the Centurion to England.
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