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Instructions to Flinders from Admiralty for voyage of discovery in HMS Investigator (FLI03) Page 9

      So soon as you shall have com-
-pleted the whole of these Surveys &
Examinations as above directed, you
are to proceed to, and examine very
carefully the East Coast of New
Holland seen by Captain Cooke [sic], from
Cape Flattery to the Bay of Inlets;
and in order to refresh your People,
and give the advantage of variety
to the Painters, you ^ are at liberty to
touch at the Fejees or some other
of the Islands in the South Seas.

      During the Course of the survey,
you are to use the Tender under
your Command as much as poƒsible;
moving the Investigator onwards
from one Harbour to another as
they shall be discovered in order
that the Naturalists may have time
to range about, and collect the produce
of the Earth, and the Painters allowed
time to finish as many of their
works as they poƒsibly can on the
spot where they may have been

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