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Sailed from Monterey for China 24 Sep 1786
Anchored Macau Rounds - - - 3 Jan 1787
Sailed from " [[ditto for Macau]] for Spanish settlement of Manilla 5 Feb " [[ditto for 1787]]
Anchored " " " [[dittos for Spanish settlement of Manilla]] 28 " " [[dittos for Feb 1787]]
Sailed to survey E coast [[??]] Apr 9 " [[ditto for 1787]]
Anchored bay Detronai as having sailed various points June 23 " [[ditto for 1787]]
Bay of St. Peter & St. Paul Kamtschatka Sept. 7 " [[ditto for 1787]]
where they recd letters from France 
Via St Petersburgh & Murlow
Lu P.     Visited [[place?]] of [[insert]] Capt [[/insert]] Clarke - sent [[Vis.?]
[[?]]] to France with dispatches
Sailed (southward) Sep 29 " [[ditto marks for 1787]]
traversed 300 leagues for land & arrived
to [[?]] 37 1/2 N  Oct 14 " [[ditto marks for 1787]]
[[crossed lines?]] (E) 3d time since being France Nov 21 " [[ditto for 1787]]
and steered for Naugatuc Islands wh they [[??]]  Dec 9th " [[ditto for 1787]]
Terrible Massacre by natives of M. de Lingle Port. Capt. & 11 others }
afterward a Chisgyn died of his wounds, Botany Bay                   } " 10 " [[dittos for Dec 1787]]
Sailed from Maorca for Botany Bay
New Holland                           Dec 14 " [[ditto fpr 1787]]
Anchored Botany Bay                   [[underlined]] Jan 26 1788 [[/underlined]]
British [[??]] under Gov. Phillip
formed here
Dispatches to France given by La Parvese to Gov Phillips }
Sailed from Botany Bay Last of Feb 1788
Nothing heard of this ex for 38 years when Capt Dillon
in 1827 discovered & obtained relics - & information on the island of Manicolo
[[strikethrough]] Is. [[/strikethrough]] one of the South Seas Island Lat 77º 41' S Long 167º 5' E



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