of a dead Chief. Another human Sacri.
fice. Riding on Horseback. Otoo's At-
tention to supply Provisions, and prevent
Thefts. Animals given to him. 'Etary,
and the Deputies of a Chief, have Au-
diences. A mock Fight of two War Ca-
noes. Naval Strength of these Islands.
Manner of conducting a War,
Sect. IV. The Day of Sailing fixed. Peace made with
Eimeo. Debates about it, and Otoo's
Conduct blamed. A Solemnity at the
Morai on the Occasion, described by Mr
King. Observations upon it. Instance
of Otoo's Art. Omai's War-Canoe, and
Remarks upon his Behaviour. Otoo's Pre-
sent, and Message to the King of Great
Britain. Reflections on our Manner of
Traffic, and on the good Treatment we
met with at Otaheite. Account of the
Expedition of the Spaniards. Their Fic-
tions to depreciate the English. Wishes
expressed that no Settlement may be
made. Omai's Jealousy of another Tra.
V. Arrival at Eimeo. Two Harbours there,
and an Account of them. Visit from Ma-
heine, Chief of the Island. ' His Person
described. 'A Goat stolen, and sent back
witk the Thief. Another Goat stolen, and
secreted. Measures taken on the Occa-
sion. Expedition cross the Island, Houses
and Canoes burnt. The Goat delivered
up, and Peace restored. Some Account
of the Island, &c.
VI. Arrival at Huaheine. Council of the Chiefs.
Orai's Offerings, and Speech to the Chiefs.
His Establishment in this Island agreed to.
A House built, and Garden planted for
him. Singularity of his Situation. Mea-
sures taken to insure his Safety Damage
done by Cock-roaches on board the Ships.
A Thief detected and punished. Fire-
works exhibited. Animals left with Omai.
His Family. Weapons. Inscription on
his House. His Behaviour on the Ships
leaving the Island. Summary View of his