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Aboriginals, 8199 and alcohol, 83 attempts to civilize, 8, 81, 83, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 98 burial sites, 122 and colonization, 7, 10, 81, 83, 868, 89, 92, 98, 99 conflict with colonists, 71, 87 corruption of, 88 drawings of, 37, 42, 85, 937 effect of penal colony on, 82, 87, 89 encounters on new expedition, 1334 exchange of gifts with, 134 expedition collects data about, 11622 expeditions opportunity to observe, 82, 8592, 989, 140 land rights, 81, 83 language, 118 music, 116, 118, 119, 121 and natural history fieldwork, 103, 109 ornaments, 120 Port Jackson area, 7, 8, 910, 25, 42, 82, 86, 88, 89, 90, 92, 989, 140 reaction of French to, 910, 88, 8992, 989, 101, 122 relationship with land, 111 rock art, 118, 121 Tasmanian, 5, 856, 89, 91, 92 tools and weapons, 118, 120, 122, 134 West Australian, 134 Academie Royale de la Marine (Brest), 15 Age of Exploration, 137 agency Aboriginal, 103 individual, 9 agriculture, colonial, 110, 111

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Bailly, Charles, 27, 37, 108, 11113, 133 Banks, Sir Joseph, 9, 77, 79, 108, 113 significance for Baudins voyage, 6870 Barbier, Vinard, 34 Barre, Bertrand, 54 Barrallier, Francis, 75, 113 Bass, George, 39, 41, 118 Bass Strait, 21, 26, 85, 101, 126, 127 Baudin, Charles, 54, 55, 129, 134 memoirs, 62 Baudin, Nicolas and Aboriginals, 813, 87, 89

Ahu-Toru, 139 Alexander the Great, 105 Amiens, Treaty of, 25, 27, 65 anatomy/anatomists, 17, 18, 84, 85, 91 ancien rgime, 3, 17, 53 Anglo-French relations, 9, 43, 64, 657 over territorial interests, 7680, 1267 scientific collaboration, 103, 104, 1089, 111, 112, 113, 123 shared cultural traditions and values, 67 Antarctica, 138 anthropology, 18, 82, 85, 91, 92, 98, 99, 140 Arago, Jacques, 98 Arndell, Mr (magistrate), 11213 Arrowsmith, Aaron, 77 art, Aboriginal, 118, 121, 134 artists, voyager, 37, 42, 85, 92, 937, 98, 118, 1201, 138 astronomy/astronomers, 3, 14, 15, 29, 30, 378, 103, 114, 132 Atlas (convict ship), 41 Atlas of the Voyage de dcouvertes aux terres australes, 92, 937, 115, 117, 118, 119, 120, 121

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arrival in Port Jackson, 2832 authority granted by Napoleon, 47 authority in port, 47, 48, 53, 604, 71 background of, 61 botanical voyage to Caribbean, 19, 20, 46, 63 challenges British rights to Tasmania, 767 choice of crew and scientists for new expedition, 129 collects natural history specimens, 41, 42, 122, 123, 140 correspondence with King about Aboriginals, 812, 87 death from tuberculosis, 137 defends honour of his men, 723, 745 diplomacy required of, 67, 712, 73, 745, 79 and discipline, 34, 45, 478, 51, 52, 62, 634, 71, 131 and ethnographic research, 85, 121, 122 and French territorial interests, 7680, 1267, 136 handling of officers, 523, 58, 59, 60, 62, 63 instructions on conduct, 30, 47, 734 instructions on exploration of new lands, 1012, 126, 132, 135 instructions on fieldwork, 104, 121 itinerary, 4 itinerary of new expedition, 7, 9, 10, 223, 40, 1267, 132 journal, 1, 22, 38, 40 new expedition, 12536 plans and prepares for new expedition, 32, 3941, 43, 125, 1278 poor health, 135 proposal for voyage, 12, 5, 20, 141 purpose of voyage, 4 reconstruction of expedition, 223 relationship with Flinders, 29, 30, 31, 69 relationship with Governor King, 28, 2930, 67, 713, 745, 768 relationship with Hamelin, 389, 131 reports on achievements of second campaign, 1356 respect for customs of his hosts, 734 reunion with Hamelin, 32 and role of Casuarina, 1301

Index interest in data from voyage, 116 Irish expedition, 16, 65 Italian campaign, 19 military triumphs, 1112 paternal care and leadership, 61 plans direct attack on Britain, 789 and scientific ventures, 56 seizure of power, 66 sends no further maritime expeditions, 137 shift in priorities of, 137 and slavery, 52 support for Baudins voyage, 20, 54, 66, 141 Bonnefoy, Gaspard, 34, 35, 4950, 55, 567, 589 Bonpland, Aim, 105 boomerangs, 118 botany/botanists, 27, 37, 103, 11011, 123, 131, 133, 138 Botany Bay, 7, 19, 37, 107 proposed British settlement at, 66 Bougainville, Hyacinthe de, 54, 55, 60, 61, 129 Bougainville, Louis Antoine de, 2, 3, 4, 55, 61, 130, 139, 141 Boullanger, Charles-Pierre, 37, 92, 114, 116, 117, 135 Bourbons, restoration of, 6, 98, 137 Bourguet, Marie-Nolle, 84, 89, 102, 106, 128 Brambillo, Fernando, 98 Breton, Desir, 26, 29 Bretons, 81, 89 Brvedent, Lon, 73, 131 Brickfield, 116 Britain and colonization, 4 designs on Mauritius, 70 exploration of Australia, 26 fears establishment of French settlements in Australia, 76 and French sojourn in Port Jackson, 8 relationship with France, 657, 7680, 1267 war with France, 9, 16, 25, 27, 65 British Navy flag customs, 72 superiority of, 65

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Brooks, Richard, 41 Brown, Robert, 27, 111 Brue, Joseph, 54, 55 Bruni dEntrecasteaux, Antoine, 45, 19, 22, 46, 623, 66, 85, 86, 139, 140, 141 Bungaree, 98 burial sites, Aboriginal, 122 butterflies, 108 Caley, George, 87, 108 Campbell, Captain William, 72 Caribbean Baudins voyage to, 19 French lose possessions to British in, 65 Carpentaria, Gulf of, 40, 126, 135 Carter, Paul, 28 cartography, 11417, 126, 127, 1345 Castle Hill, 37, 107 Castries, Charles Eugne Gabriel de la Croix, Marquis de, 51 Casuarina Baudins advice to Freycinet, 62, 131 and chart-making, 1345 as extension of Gographe, 131 fitted out for expedition, 41, 128, 131 flag incident, 723 itinerary on new expedition, 1267 officers transferred to, 129 order aboard, 131 reasons for choice of, 40, 1223, 1301 to replace Naturaliste, 7, 39, 130 Catholic Church, recovery of, 13 chart-making see cartography children of Nature, 88, 91 Church and State, separation of, 13 civilization of Aboriginals, 8, 81, 83, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 98 benefits of, 91 degrees of, 18 and human health/condition, 84, 86, 139 ideas of, 10, 823 class issues, 3, 50, 53 colonization and Aboriginals, 7, 10, 81, 83, 868, 89, 92, 98, 99 British, 4 French, 15, 70 Napoleons ambitions for, 6

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Baudin, Napoleon and the Exploration of Australia drunkenness, 334, 50 Dumont dUrville, Jules, 1378, 139 Dunmore, John, 2, 125 Duperrey, Louis-Isadore, 138 dying race theory, 89 East India Company, 36 economy, French, 1213 Ector, Pierre, 33 education, French, 13 Egyptian campaign, 12, 16, 17, 20, 65 Egyptian expedition, 5, 6, 16, 104, 1056, 109, 124 empirical observation, 3, 83, 104 emus, 108, 122, 132 Encounter Bay, 69 Enderby, Samuel, 41 Enlightenment, 23, 5, 13, 15, 63, 79, 83, 90, 106, 109, 130, 140, 141 waning of, 6, 11 equality, concepts of, 84, 90 ethnographical work, 823, 85, 91, 92, 98, 101, 102, 11622, 131, 1334, 138 Eyre Peninsula, 134 Faivre, Jean-Paul, 116 families, of voyagers, 14, 128 Faure, Pierre, 37, 116, 133, 135 First Empire, creation of, 2, 6, 10, 137 flags, dispute over, 723, 74 Fleurieu, Antoine-Laurent, comte de, 3, 20, 22, 79, 1012, 104, 126, 132, 135 Flinders, Matthew, 22, 29, 30, 31, 66, 689, 71, 125, 126, 127, 129 Flinders expedition, 9, 27, 35, 87, 98, 111, 132 food supplies, 41, 51, 1278 forests, destruction of native, 110 Forfait, Pierre-Alexandre-Laurent, 1, 14, 22, 27, 30, 40, 42, 47, 61, 62, 63, 67, 734, 76, 78 Fornasiero, Jean, 69, 127 Forth, Christopher, 49 Fortier, C.-F., 94 Fourcroy, Antoine-Franois de, 79, 133 France between Revolution and Empire, 11 colonial ambitions, 15, 16, 23

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Dampier, William, 126 David, Franois, 34 Decaen, General, 78, 79 Degrando, Joseph-Marie, 18, 823, 85, 88 Delvaux, A., 93 democratic principles, 98 demotions, 45, 57, 58 Denial Bay, 134 Dening, Greg, 1, 45, 50, 51, 62 dEntrecasteaux, Antoine see Bruni dEntrecasteaux, Antoine dEntrecasteaux Channel, 22, 76, 85, 136 Depuch, Louis, 21, 37, 108, 11113, 129, 133 Diderot, Denis, 3 Directory, 6, 12, 13, 65, 83, 84 discipline, 334, 456, 478, 51, 52, 62, 634, 71, 129 disease, 129, 135 Drouin, Jean-Marc, 105

of New South Wales, 68 and scientific study, 1012 Commission des Sciences et des Arts, 105 Committee of Public Safety, 53, 54 Conley, Mary, 48 Conseil des Anciens, 55 Consulate, 54, 83, 84, 98, 99, 136, 140, 141 aspirations of, 7 establishment of, 2, 12 convicts Aboriginal contact with, 87 populating colony with, 812, 89, 90 rehabilitation of, 8, 36 Cook, James, 1, 4, 61, 63, 64, 130, 138, 139 Cormack, William, 46 Council of State, 12 County of Cumberland, 37, 102, 107, 111 map of, 114, 115, 116 Cox, William, 41 crew chosen for return to France, 129 definition of, 51 see also officers, naval; sailors; slaves Cumberland, 76 curfew, 33, 35 Cuvier, George, 17, 18, 85, 91, 92, 102, 103, 105, 139

Index early Napoleonic, 1115 economy, 1213 education in, 13 interest in Australia, 203 possible invasion of British Australian colony, 78 relationship with Britain, 657, 7680, 1267 relationship with wider world, 19 Franklin, John, 35 freemasonry, 7, 18 French navy, 9, 467 Code (1780), 51 education of crews, 16 laws of honour, 73 reforms in, 16 Republican, 16, 467, 54, 65 Revolutionary principles introduced, 46, 534, 612 Royal, 3, 4 spirit of inquiry among officers in, 1516 French Revolution, 2, 5, 54 end of revolutionary period, 11, 141 impact on French economy, 1213 impact on navy, 46, 534, 612 libert, egalit et fraternit, 10, 61, 71, 83, 84, 88 opportunities offered by, 61 stabilization of, 83 Freycinet, Henri, 34, 35, 50, 52, 53, 55, 567, 58, 59, 73, 135 Freycinet, Captain Louis, 40, 53, 114, 115 account of Aboriginals, 83 ambitions/disagreements with Baudin, 1301, 135 Baudins advice/instructions to, 62, 131 as captain of Casuarina, 39, 41, 62, 129, 1301, 1345 later expedition of, 98, 138, 139 frogs, 108 gardeners, 5, 27, 37, 103, 132 Gascoigne, John, 2, 47, 51, 63 Gographe, 5, 9, 10, 11, 14, 21, 22, 25, 27, 39 arrival in Port Jackson, 2832 at anchor in Port Jackson, 478 authority aboard, 478

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Hacking, Henry, 87 Haitian Revolution, 15, 52 Hamelin, Captain Emmanuel, 21, 22, 43, 52, 78 and care of natural history collection, 123, 133 and discipline, 34 first sojourn at Port Jackson, 258, 29 gathers military intelligence, 28, 42 journal of, 25, 28, 39 loses enthusiasm for expedition, 28 relationship with Baudin, 389, 131 relationship with Governor King, 26, 70 return to France with Naturaliste, 32, 38, 39, 129 return to Port Jackson and reunion with Baudin, 32, 33, 38 second sojourn in Sydney, 389

Baudins command from ashore, 53, 604 below deck, 4852 Casuarina as extension of, 131 Casuarina guides through dangerous waters, 135 chain of command, 4950, 55 choice of crew for new expedition, 129 flag incident, 723 as floating laboratory, 1312 itinerary on new expedition, 1267 logbook, 34, 47, 49, 52 maintenance of order aboard, 46 preservation of live species aboard, 132 quarter deck, 5260 repairs and supplies, 33, 42, 128 return to France, 137 role on new expedition, 1312 slaves aboard, 512 unable to manoeuvre close to shore, 40 Geographe Bay, 40, 85, 108, 126, 136 geographers/geography, 37, 11417, 130, 131, 1345 geology, 113 Good, Peter, 27 Grand Corps, 53, 54 Green Point, 27 Guichenot, Antoine, 37, 132 Gulf of Carpentaria, 40, 126, 135

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imperialism Anglo-French rivalry, 66, 68, 6970, 7680 British, 65 French, 467, 65, 78, 138 India, French threat of attacks on, 78 insects, 108 Institut dEgypte (Cairo), 16, 105 Institut National de France, 1, 2, 5, 7, 8, 10, 17, 18, 60, 64, 68, 86, 91, 101, 113, 124, 136, 137, 139, 140 assembles naval and scientific staff for voyage, 201, 105, 129 priorities for voyage, 40 insubordination, 49, 50 Investigator, 27, 29, 35, 69, 111 Irish dissidents, 71 Irish expedition, 16, 65

Harrington, 72 Harris, John, 34, 72, 73 Harrison, Carol, 4, 6 Hawkesbury, 37, 112, 128 Hawkesbury River, 42 Heirisson, Franois, 34 Herv (slave), 52 Hobart, Lord Robert, 70, 77 honour of French officers, 36, 59, 60, 72, 73, 745 manly, 8, 14, 43, 72, 79 national, 43, 45, 65, 67, 72, 74 Horner, Frank, 53, 55, 125, 130 hostguest relationship, 67 Huften, Olwen, 14 Hughes, Michael, 14 human curiosities, 139 human nature, 8, 17, 84, 89, 121 human rights, 8, 17, 18, 52, 81, 82, 89, 99 humanity ideas of, 10, 88, 89, 91, 92 progress of, 81, 98 recognition of shared, 140 study of, 3 Humboldt, Alexander von, 6, 105 Hunt, Susan, 28 Hunter, Captain John, 114, 115 Hunter Islands, 127, 134

Index Kleinne, Valentin, 34 knowledge claims of superiority of French, 77 encyclopaedic, 3, 6, 17, 83, 138 exchange of, 103, 104, 114 extension of, 102, 103, 123 improvement through scientific, 109 international pursuit of, 667, 69, 72, 76 Konishi, Shino, 90 Kupang Bay, 135

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Mackay, David, 68 magnetism, terrestrial, 138 Mai, 139 Malaspina, Alessandro, 83, 86, 98 man natural history of, 1718, 835, 86, 88, 89, 91, 98 rights of, 8, 17, 18, 52, 81, 82, 89, 99 maps, 11417, 126, 1345 Marsden, Samuel, 87 martial values, 14, 46, 58 La Prouse, Franois de Galoup, comte de, masculinity, concepts of, 8, 14, 45, 46, 49, 58, 72 1, 4, 6, 7, 19, 61, 66, 79, 85, 107, 112, Mauritius, 21, 28, 32, 38, 48, 52, 68, 6970, 130, 141 78, 137 La Runion, 68 Mayer, Wolf, 113 Labillardire, Jean-Jacques-Jules de, 5, 19, medical care, 312, 129 85, 86 medical studies, 84 Lacpde, Bernard Germain de, 17, 105 Menou, Yves, 34 language mercantile activity, 42 Aboriginal, 118 merchants, colonial, 41, 128 Aboriginals progress with English, 86 meritocracy, 49 difficulties between French and English, meteorology, 138 35 midshipmen, 49, 53, 545 Larra, James, 108 Milius, Lieutenant Pierre, 21, 26, 28, 29, 32, Latour, Bruno, 102 78, 86, 89, 90, 125 laws of nature, 83 mineralogy/mineralogists, 27, 37, 104, 108, Le Havre, voyage departs from, 21 11113, 114, 123, 131, 133, 138 Ledru, Andr-Pierre, 14 Leschenault de la Tour, Thodore, 27, 37, 86, monarchy, restoration of, 6, 54, 98, 137 Monge, Gaspard, 53 8990, 91, 112 Mongez, Abb, 112 fieldwork in Australia, 11011, 123, 132 Le Moniteur Universel, 21 Lesueur, Charles-Alexandre, 37, 42, 92, Monteath, Peter, 127 934, 98, 107, 114, 116, 117, 118, 119, Murray, John, 127 120, 121 Musum dHistoire Naturelle, Paris, 2, 6, 13, leve en masse, 58 16, 79, 83, 87, 92, 110, 111, 112, 122, Lharidon, Franois-Etienne, 312, 129 133, 140 lieutenants, 50, 55, 63 music, Aboriginal, 116, 118, 119, 121 lime juice, 129 mutiny, 21, 45, 48, 52, 60 liquor trade, 70, 74 lizards, 108 Napoleon I, Emperor see Bonaparte, Napolongitude, 114, 116 leon Lord, Simeon, 35, 41 Napoleonic Wars, 16, 70, 78 Lorient, voyage returns to, 137 National Assembly, 4, 19 Louis XVI, King, 19, 79, 85 National Convention, 5, 16, 18, 53, 58 Louis XVIII, King, 19 national identity, 84 lyces, 14 natural history Lyons, Martyn, 13 of an Australian colony, 124

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Baudin, Napoleon and the Exploration of Australia New Holland, 20, 66, 69, 91, 101, 109, 110 New South Wales Baudins criticism of British colonial project in, 81 Governor of see King, Philip Gidley New South Wales Corps, 9, 356, 71, 72, 75, 107, 108, 114 New Zealand, 122 Nile, Battle of the, 16, 46 noble savage concept, 88, 140 Norfolk Island, 122 North America, French lose possessions to British in, 65 Oceania Anglo-French rivalry in, 9 exploration of, 2, 3 later voyages to, 137, 139 officers, naval age profile, 46 ambitions of, 45, 46, 54 backgrounds of, 3, 535, 58 belong to new Republican officer corps, 53 British accusations against, 745 chosen for new expedition, 129 class origins, 50, 53, 54, 55, 57, 58 contact with New South Wales Corps, 356, 72 discord between, 50, 559, 60, 135 drawn into world of colony, 36, 47 duties of, 345, 4950 Gographe quarter deck, 5260 give up cabins to animals, 132 and Revolutionary Wars, 46 share space with naturalists, 53 spirit of inquiry, 1516 and supervision of sailors, 4950, 51 orientalism, 105, 124 Orleanists, 137 Ourou-Mare (Bull-dog), 95, 109 Outram, Dorinda, 3 Pacific Anglo-French rivalry in, 66, 79, 138 French expeditions to, 19, 66 Pacific Islands, 118 Palmer, John, 27, 128

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on Baudins voyage, 99, 10124 collection returns to France on Naturaliste, 32, 39, 40, 111, 1223, 131, 133 extent of new expedition collection, 133 Institut delighted with expeditions collections, 137 live specimens taken to France, 1323 transformation of, 67, 1718 see also specific disciplines natural philosophy, 3, 17, 104 natural rights, 17 Naturaliste, 5, 7, 11, 14, 21 first sojourn at Port Jackson, 258 Hamelins work aboard, 38, 39 repairs and supplies, 33, 128 second arrival at Port Jackson, 32 slaves aboard, 52 takes natural history collection back to France, 32, 39, 40, 111, 1223, 131, 133 transfer of Gographe crew members to, 54, 55 naturalists age profile of, 105 British, 37 class of, 5 colonial surveillance of, 1234 disembark natural history collection at Port Jackson, 31 on Egyptian expedition, 20 explorations from Port Jackson, 27, 368, 101 fieldwork in Australia, 10424, 1323 global laboratory of, 17 on maritime expeditions, 3 number on voyage, 12 in Port Jackson, 10, 47 Revolutionary, 84 sedentary, 17, 138, 139 selection of, 129 share space with officers, 53 status of, 6 see also specific types; voyagers naval protocols, 36 Nepean River, 113 Neutral Bay, 27, 29, 130 New Caledonia, 138 New Guinea, 138

Index Palmer, Thomas, 41 Palmers Cove, 116 Parramatta, 33, 37, 42, 98, 107, 108 Paterson, Mrs, 107, 122 Paterson, Lieutenant-Colonel William, 27, 74, 75, 107, 108, 113, 118, 133 Pellion, Alphonse, 98 Pemulwuy, 87, 89 penal colony in New Caledonia, 138 Port Jackson, 7, 42, 812, 87, 89 penal transportation, 90, 98 Pron, Franois, 19, 37, 567, 76, 78, 79, 845, 86, 902, 101, 103, 112, 113, 139 fieldwork in Australia, 1069, 111, 118, 122, 123, 132 Petit, Nicolas-Martin, 37, 42, 92, 957, 98 Phillip, Arthur, 90, 112 physiological features, 18, 84, 90, 92 plants, 110, 111, 132, 133 platypuses, 108 Port Bowen (Clinton), 118 Port Dalrymple, 66 Port Jackson arrival of Gographe, 2832 as base for scientific exploration, 101, 1023, 109 Baudin reports on, 136 Baudins impressions of, 423 Baudins prolonged sojourn in, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 213, 3943, 604, 140 becomes central port-of-call for European voyagers, 138 exclusion from original itinerary, 4, 9 fear of French attack from Mauritius on, 70 first French expedition to visit, 23 Gographe at anchor in, 478 maps of, 114, 115, 116 Naturaliste at, 258, 32 naturalists in, 10 naval staff at work and leisure in, 336 penal colony, 7, 42, 812, 87, 89 possibility of French attack on, 78, 79 potential unrest in, 71 relationships with people of, 9 Port Louis, 78 Port Philip, 26, 36, 66 Port Philip Bay, 1267 Portland, William Cavendish-Bentinck, third Duke of, 26 promotions, 45, 51, 62 prostitutes, 49 provisions, 41, 51, 127, 135 punishments, 34, 51, 52 quarter deck, 5260

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race classification of, 85, 92 concepts of, 17 dying race theory, 89 theories of, 138 Ransonnet, Joseph, 19, 34, 35, 4950, 51, 55, 578, 59, 122, 1334 Ravenet, Juan, 98 Recherche, 62 Reddy, William, 63 regional surveys, 834 Republican Navy, 16, 467, 54, 65 Republican New Year, 72 Restoration, 6, 54, 98, 137, 138 Revolutionary voyages, 45, 19, 140 Revolutionary Wars, 12, 16, 25, 46, 65, 70 rights of man, 8, 17, 18, 52, 81, 82, 89, 99 rock art, Aboriginal, 118, 121 Rodger, Nicholas, 48 Roger, B., 957 Romarin, isles de, 126, 127 Ronsard, Franois-Michel, 29, 30, 34, 36, 46, 48, 50, 73 ambitions of, 58, 59, 60, 623 background of, 534 disloyalty to Baudin, 59 journal of, 35, 52, 53, 55, 56, 59, 75 lack of commitment to expedition, 59 relations with other officers, 578, 59, 135 sense of hierarchical etiquette, 71, 72 stirs rumours about British officers, 75 Rosenwein, Barbara, 56 Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, 3 Emile, 13, 14 Royal Navy (French), 3, 4 Royal Society (London), 68

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rum, 41, 49, 122 rural communities, French, 84, 89 Russell, Penny, 77 Said, Edward, 106 sailors behaviour in port, 489 misconduct and discipline, 334, 4950, 51 politics and patriotism, 52 and Revolutionary Wars, 46 work and leisure at Port Jackson, 336, 47, 48 St Francis Island, 40, 126 St Peter Island, 40, 126, 132, 134 Saint Vincent, Bory de, 14 St Vincent Gulf, 40 Saint-Cricq, 32 Saint-Domingue, 15 Saint-Hilaire, Geoffrey, 105 Sankey, Margaret, 85, 109, 123 savages, concept of, 83, 84, 85, 88, 90, 109, 140 science nineteenth-century scientific voyages, 13740 data collection on later voyages, 138 disciplinary specialization, 83 extension of knowledge, 102, 106 improvement through knowledge, 109 integral to Revolutionary France, 6, 8, 9, 13, 1617, 83 rise of professionalized, 11 separation from war, 66 and study of man, 845, 86 Scientific Revolution, 23 scurvy, 129 secularization, 13 Seven Years War, 65 Shark Bay, 40, 134 shells, 27, 107, 122 Skinner, Samuel, 41 slaves African, 17 as crew on voyage, 512 in Haiti, 15 issues of morality, 3, 52, 83 trade in, 52

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Index trade opportunities, 15, 66, 79, 137, 138 transportation system, penal, 90, 98 Tuckey, Lieutenant James Hingston, 36 Tulard, Jean, 105 Underwood, James, 40, 41, 130 Van Diemens Land, 66, 767, 78, 110 see also Tasmania vegetation, 110 Venus, 41 Volney, Constantin-Franois Chasseboeuf, comte de, 1056 voyage, Baudins compared with Bruni dEntrecasteaux expedition, 45, 63 compared with later expeditions, 13740 contact with Aboriginals on, 8199 discipline ashore, 4564 government pays little attention to return of, 137 legacy of, 137 natural history on, 99, 10124 new expedition, 12536 proposals for, 12, 5, 20 reconstruction of, 223 relations with British during, 6580 sojourn in Port Jackson, 7, 9, 10, 213, 2543, 604, 140 through British eyes, 6870

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