The Settlement at Port Jackson, by Watkin Tench

Table of Contents

Preface

Chapter

  1. A Retrospect of the State of the Colony of Port Jackson, on the Date of my former Narrative, in July, 1788.
  2. Transactions of the Colony from the sailing of the First Fleet in July, 1788, to the Close of that Year.
  3. Transactions of the Colony, from the Commencement of the Year 1789, until the End of March.
  4. Transactions of the Colony in April and May, 1789.
  5. Transactions of the Colony until the Close of the Year 1789.
  6. Transactions of the Colony, from the Beginning of the Year 1790 until the End of May following.
  7. Transactions of the Colony in June, July, and August, 1790.
  8. Transactions of the Colony in the Beginning of September, 1790.
  9. Transactions of the Colony in part of September and October, 1790.
  10. The arrival of the ‘Supply’ from Batavia; the State of the Colony in November, 1790.
  11. Farther Transactions of the Colony in November, 1790.
  12. Transactions of the Colony in Part of December, 1790.
  13. The Transactions of the Colony continued to the End of May, 1791.
  14. Travelling Diaries in New South Wales.
  15. Transactions of the Colony to the end of November, 1791.
  16. Transactions of the colony until 18th of December 1791, when I quitted it, with an Account of its state at that time.
  17. Miscellaneous Remarks on the country. On its vegetable productions. On its climate. On its animal productions. On its natives, etc.
  18. Observations on the Convicts.
  19. Facts relating to the probability of establishing a whale fishery on the coast of New South Wales, with Thoughts on the same.

Appendix

  1. A list of the Civil and Military Establishments in New South Wales

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