First Voyage Book II: 7. Range from Cape Turnagain southward; 8. A general account of New Zealand; 9. A description of the inhabitants, their habitations, apparel, ornaments, food, cookery, and manner of life; 10. Of the canoes and navigation of the inhabitants of New Zealand; Book III: 1. The run from New Zealand to Botany Bay, on the east coast of New Holland, now called New South Wales; 2. The range from Botany Bay to Trinity Bay; 3. Dangerous situation of the ship in her course from Trinity Bay to Endeavour River; 4. Transactions while the ship was refitting in Endeavour River; 5. Departure from Endeavour River; 6. Departure from New South Wales; 7. The passage from New South Wales to New Guinea, with an account of what happened upon landing there; 8. The passage from New Guinea to the island of Savu; 9. A particular description of the island of Savu, its produce and inhabitants, with a specimen of their language; 10. The run from the island of Savu to Batavia; 11. Some account of Batavia, and the adjacent country; 12. Some account of the inhabitants of Batavia; 13. The passage from Batavia to the Cape of Good Hope; 14. Our arrival at the Cape of Good Hope, a description of the Cape, and the return of the ship to England.
This seven-volume illustrated edition of James Cook's journals, originally published in 1821, brings together these celebrated writings in an attractive format.