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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Hawkesworth, John, 1715?-1773.
Account of the voyages undertaken by the order of His present Majesty for making discoveries in the Southern Hemisphere.
London : Printed for W. Strahan and T. Cadell, 1773
|All Authors / Contributors:||
John Hawkesworth; Joseph Banks; John Byron; Philip Carteret; Samuel Wallis; James Cook; John James Barralet; Giovanni Battista Cipriani; Nathaniel Dance, Sir; George Stubbs; T Cadell; William Strahan; Charles Lewis; Christian Samuel Kalthoeber; Noel Adams, Colonel.; Perkins; Henry S Rodgers; Alexander Turnbull; Stephen White; James Whatman; Dymock's Book Arcade and Circulating Library.
|Notes:||Vol. 1: , xxxvi, , 676 [ie. 456] p.,  leaves of plates (17 folded) : 3 folded ill., 2 folded charts, 16 maps (13 folded) ; v. 2: xv, [i], 410 p.,  leaves of plates (18 folded) : 14 ill. (10 folded), 8 folded maps ; v. 3: [vi], -799 p.,  leaves of plates (6 folded) : 6 ill. (3 folded), 3 folded maps.
Vol. 1: page 139 is numbered 139-360 ; v. 2: page 189 is misnumbered 191; plate nos 21, 22, 23 are misnumbered 23, 24, 22.
"A description of the cuts"--P. [xxxv]-xxxvi, v. 1. Erratum for v. 1 included on p. xxxvi.
2nd issue, which includes the following 4 p. section: "Directions for placing the cuts and charts", v. 1, following p. xxxvi. "Errata in the description of the cuts" included on p. .
Engravers: E. Rooker, J. Hall, F. Bartolozzi, I. Miller, James Roberts, W. Woollett, John Ryland, Will Byrne, J. Chivers. Designers: A. Cipriani, G.B. Cipriani, J. Barralet, George Stubbs.
"Errata"--P. [xvi], v. 2. (for v. 2 & 3).
Some copies have plates bound in an atlas with t.p.: Plates to Cook's voyages. Vol. 1. London. MDCCLXXIII. . The 52 plates comprise  ill.,  charts & maps (4 folded),  port. Some plates I.B. Cipriani del.
|Reproduction Notes:||Digital image. Wellington, N.Z. : National Library of New Zealand, 2006.|
|Description:||3 v. : ill., charts, maps ; 30 cm. (4to)|
|Contents:||An account of a voyage round the world, in the years MDCCLXIV, MDCCLXV, and MDCCLXVI. By the Honourable Commodore Byron, in His Majesty's ship The Dolphin (v.1: p. -139/360. 7 plates. (the sixth plate numbered "23", error for "22"). --
An account of a voyage round the world, in the years MDCCLXVI, MDCCLXVII, and MDCCLXVIII. By Samuel Wallis, Esq; commander of His Majesty's ship The Dolphin (v.1: p. [2-3], 5th count, -522, 5 plates (the first plate numbered "21" error for "23", and the second plate numbered "22", error for "21"). --
An account of a voyage round the world, in the years MDCCLXVI, MDCCLXVII, MDCCLXVIII, and MDCCLXIX. By Philip Carteret, Esquire, commander of His Majesty's sloop The Swallow (v.1: p. [523-676, 9 plates). --
An account of a voyage round the world, in the years MDCCLXVIII, MDCCLXIX, MDCCLXX, and MDCCLXXI. By Lieutenant James Cook, commander of His Majesty's bark The Endeavour (v.2: p. [ix]-xv, , 2nd count, -410, 3rd count, 22 plates, including plates 1-12, 17-18; v. 3: p. -799, 9 plates, including plates. 13-16, 19-20); an account of Cook's first circumnavigation.
|Responsibility:||By John Hawkesworth, ... in three volumes. Illustrated with cuts, and a great variety of charts and maps relative to countries now first discovered, or hitherto but imperfectly known.|
- Dolphin (Ship)
- Swallow (Ship)
- Endeavour (Ship)
- Voyages around the world -- Early works to 1800.
- Oceania -- Discovery and exploration -- Early works to 1800.
- New Zealand -- Discovery and exploration -- Early works to 1800.
- Australia -- Discovery and exploration -- Early works to 1800.
- Swallow (Ship : 1795-1807)
- Discoveries in geography.
- Voyages around the world.
- New Zealand.