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Instructions to Flinders from Admiralty for voyage of discovery in HMS Investigator (FLI03) Page 4

by proceeding along shore to the
Westward, or, in case you should
think it more expedient, by pro-
-ceeding first to King George's Sound
and carrying on your survey from
thence to the Eastward.

      You are to repair from time
to time, when the season will no
longer admit of your carrying on
the survey, to Sydney Cove, from
whence you are to return in the
execution of these Instructions,
so soon as circumstances will
enable you so to do.

      You are to be very diligent
in your examination of the said Coast,
and to take particular care to
insert in your Journal every
Circumstance that may be useful
to a full and complete knowledge
thereof, noting the Winds & Weather
which usually prevail there at

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