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Title: A continuation of A voyage to New-Holland, &c. in the year 1699
Author: William Dampier
Imprint: London, 1709


Capt. Dampier’s New Voyage to New Holland
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A fish taken on the Coast of New Holland. A Cuttle taken near N. Holland. The Monk fish. A Flying Fish taken in the open sea. A Remora takend sticking to sharks backs.
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The Dolphin of the Antients taken near ey Line. Called by our seamen a Porpus. A dolphin as it is usually called by our seamen, taken in the open sea.
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Fishes taken on the Coast of New Guinea
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Fishes taken on the Coast of New Guinea
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The Mountain Cow or as some think the Hippopotamus
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