Carpentaria, Gulf of
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This is a continuation of the log book for the voyage, which is in three parts. The entries cover 7-31 January 1803 while the Investigator was in the Gulf of Carpentaria, at Groote Eylandt and travelling towards Cape Arnhem. Some observations of lunar distance are included.
For earlier sections of the log book, see also [RGO 14/64: 3r-50v] and [RGO 14/64: 52r-97v].
Daily log entries while in the southwest side of the Gulf of Carpentaria and off the isles of Cape Vanderlin. Includes some astronomical observations and a note on the stoppage of the timekeepers.
Daily log entries while in the Gulf of Carpentaria, with observations made to ascertain the errors of the timekeepers.
Daily log entries while in the Gulf of Carpentaria, with astronomical observations taken there and in the Torres Strait.
Made in HMS Investigator during a voyage of discovery to the South Sea in the years 1801-1805.
Observations made through the Torres Strait, and towards (and in) the Gulf of Carpentaria, 1802-10-26 - 1803-02-28
Made in HMS Investigator on a voyage of discovery to the South Sea in the years 1801-1805.