Early Australian Voyages, by John Pinkerton
- The Occasion and Design of this Voyage.
- Captain Tasman Sails from Batavia, August 14, 1642.
- Remarks on the Variation of the Needle.
- He Discovers a New Country to which he Gives the Name of Van
- Sails from Thence for New Zealand.
- Visits the Island of the Three Kings, and Goes in Search of Other
Islands Discovered by Schovten.
- Remarkable Occurrences in the Voyage.
- Observations On, and Explanation Of, the Variation of the
- Discovers a New Island, which he Calls Pylstaart Island.
- And Two Islands, to which he Gives the Name of Amsterdam and
- And an Archipelago of Twenty Small Islands.
- Occurrences in the Voyage.
- He Arrives at the Archipelago of Anthong Java.
- His Arrival on the Coast of New Guinea.
- Continues His Voyage Along that Coast.
- Arrives in the Neighbourhood of Burning Island, and Surveys the
Whole Coast of New Guinea.
- Comes to the Islands of Jama and Moa.
- Prosecutes His Voyage to Ceram.
- Arrives Safely at Batavia, June 15, 1643.
- Consequences of Captain Tasman’s Discoveries.
- Remarks Upon the Voyage.