The Expedition to Botany Bay, by Watkin Tench
- From the Embarkation of the Convicts, to the Departure of the Ships from England.
- From the Departure, to the Arrival of the Fleet at Teneriffe.
- From the Fleet’s Arrival at Teneriffe, to its Departure for Rio de Janeiro, in the
- The Passage from Teneriffe to Rio de Janeiro, in the Brazils.
- From the Arrival of the Fleet at Rio de Janeiro, till its Departure for the Cape of Good
Hope; with some Remarks on the Brazils.
- The Passage from the Brazils to the Cape of Good Hope; with an Account of the Transactions
of the Fleet there.
- The Passage from the Cape of Good Hope to Botany Bay.
- From the Fleet’s Arrival at Botany Bay to the Evacuation of it; and taking Possession of
Port Jackson. Interviews with the Natives; and an Account of the Country about Botany Bay.
- The taking Possession of Port Jackson, with the Disembarkation of the Marines and
- The reading of the Commissions, and taking Possession of the Settlement, in form. With an
Account of the Courts of Law, and Mode of administering Public Justice in this Country.
- A Description of the Natives of New South Wales, and our Transactions with them.
- The Departure of the French from Botany Bay; and the Return of the ‘Supply’ from Norfolk
Island; with a Discovery made by Lieutenant Ball on his Passage to it.
- Transactions at Port Jackson in the Months of April and May.
- From the Beginning of June, to the Departure of the Ships for Europe.
- The Face of the Country; its Productions, Climate, &c.
- The Progress made in the Settlement; and the Situation of Affairs at the Time of the Ship,
which conveys this Account, sailing for England.
- Some Thoughts on the Advantages which may arise to the Mother Country from forming the