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  2. CAPTAIN M'ASKILL'S DIRECTIONS For Sailing into the Derwent.

    "In making a winter's passage from Port Jackson to the Derwent River, I will venture to say a well-sound ship, well worked down to Cape Pillar. by keeping ...

    Article : 273 words
  3. General Orders.

    AS several Colonial Vessels, belonging to Individuals, which have permission to go to Newcastle, sail from hence short of Provisions; It is to be fuly understood by ...

    Article : 108 words
  4. MR. WILLIAM COLLINS'S DIRECTIONS For Sailing into the Derwent River.

    "For Ships entering Storm Bay, either from the eastward or westward, Betsey's Island will be the most conspicuous object, and best mark to steer for (it appearing like ...

    Article : 168 words
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