An officer in such high authority would not be likely to write hisnarrative anonymously. The pirates, however, were worsted and their craft was captured. Crozet's first observation relating to sea-birds was made on the 8th of January,about twelve days after leaving the Cape of Good Hope.
Serrao, who had been in command of the junk, sailed in the pirate vessel to Amboyna, and thence eventually reached Ternate, where he remained at the invitation of Boleife, the Sultan of that island. On one occasion the number was counted and was found to be three thousand.
On oneoccasion the number was counted and was found to be three thousand. The anonymous author of the Journaal relates that on the 6th of February many turtles were seen, and also a very large nest at the corner of a rock ; the nest resembled that of a stork, but was probably that of an osprey, which places its nest on a rock often on a rock surrounded by water.
An immature example of that species was not available forreproduction.
Mand national customs of the peoples of his day in the Far East. Portions of it were subsequently submitted to the Council of the Dutch East Indies at Batavia, and from these portions an essential oil was obtained by distillation. The squadron anchored in Dirk Hartog's Reede on the 4th of February, and remained there until the 1 2th day of that month.
Although it is called a roteiro, it is in fact a purely personal and popular account of the voyage, and does not contain either sailing direc- tions or a systematic description of all the ports which were visited, as one might expect in a roteiro.
An officer in such high authority would not be likely to write his narrative anonymously. The curlews, which pass the summer in New Zealand and the remainder of the year in islands of the Pacific Ocean, are of the species Numenius cyanopus.
Thus two streams united into one floated the conception of the rukh a mythological stream taking its rise from the simourgh of the Persians and a stream of fact taking its rise in the observation of a real bird which visited certain islands off the south-east coast of Africa, and which is said to have resembled an eagle and may have been a sea-eagle.
Ce serait done une race distincte. There is blue under the wing of the Kea, but the Kea Nestor notabilis is not a bird of the North, but of the South Island.
Castanheda, Goes, and Osorio also mention the sotilicario in their accounts of the first voyage of Vasco da Gama, and compare its flipper to the wing of a bat a not wholly inept comparison, for the under-surface of the wings of penguins is wholly devoid or feathery covering.
So many of the sailors were sick with scurvy ' thirty or thirty-three,' says the narrator, ' in one ship' that it was necessary to find fresh fruit for them. Crozet has given a long enume- ration of the birds which he saw in New Zealand. But it is worthy of note that the G. From an example in the Royal ScottishMuseum.
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Narration of his travels, would have left to posterity a valuable record of the political institutions and national customs of the peoples of his day in the Far East.
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