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Even so, it is considerably shorter than the published account of 1697, and contains little of the information on the natural history of the places Dampier visited that made A New Voyage so original and valuable an account. One of the most puzzling aspects of the authorial relationship between Dampier’s New Voyage and the Sloane journal is their different descriptions of the Aborigines of New Holland. 17 Earlier Dutch landings had been for a matter of days, sometimes only hours, and often without any contact with the local inhabitants.
They smell very strong of Ants, and taste much stronger, for I have eaten of them. Dampier’s description of the hummingbird is a classic of its kind, written in beguiling, non-technical terms: The Humming Bird is a pretty little feather’d Creature, no bigger than a small Needle, and his Legs and Feet in proportion to his body. This Creature does not wave his Wings like other Birds when it flies, but keeps them in a continual quick Motion like Bees and other Insects, and like them makes a continual humming Noise as it flies.
Six years after his return the firm of James Knapton published an account of his travels. The title-page of the New Voyage round the World reveals the extent of his journeys: not a single cruise, but a series of wanderings and diversions to ‘the Isthmus of America, several Coasts and islands in the West Indies, the Isles of Cape Verd, the Passage by Terra del Fuego, the South Sea Coasts of Chili, Peru, and Mexico, the Isle of Guam, one of the Ladrones, Mindanao, and other Philippine and East-India Islands near Cambodia, China, Formosa, Luconia, Celebes, &c.