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Causes which ltd to the Expedition — Interview* with the Minister, Sefior Don Mariategui— Various and contradictory accounts relative to the Interior and the River— Receive Letters from Sir John Gordon Sinclair, senior officer of his Majesty's vessels in the Pacific, from the British Consuls, and from the Peruvian Minister— Embark on board the Peruvian brig Alcansa —Passen g er s Outline sketch of Lima.
In November, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-seven, being about to return from his Ma- jesty's ship Menai, at Lima, to England, I was given to understand that a route across Peru, and down the river Maranon, though little known, was sup- posed to be practicable.
XV whom I had engaged to accompany me as interpreter, having become alarmed at the reports which were in circulation at Lima, when my intention was known, I was joined at Truxillo by an English gentleman of the name of Hinde, who had been some years in Peru, in a mercantile capacity, and was master of the Spanish language.
I thought of it during the night ; and being aware that Sir John Sinclair, as senior officer of his Ma- jesty's vessels in the Pacific, could not well order me to undertake such an expedition, especially as Mr.
About Google Book Search Google's mission is to organize the world's information and to make it universally accessible and useful. i hum tiik iii:— Difficulty in proceeding— Jues— Padre— Ladrone and crew— Matural— lea— Deserted by Indian*— Arrangements, Squalls, &Cw— Dies Guerrero's chacra— Government galatear— Manteiga log— Meet with river craft— Caissarar— Hire three Indians— Remarks on Marafion— Arrive at Egas • • i40 CHAPTER X.
Google Book Search helps readers discover the world's books while helping authors and publishers reach new audiences. Leave Egas, and proceed down the Marafion— Lake of Peixe . The cause of my undertaking an expedition across Peru, and down the river Maranon, forms the commencement of my Journal ; my reasons for publishing, it is, I believe, my duty to state here ; and they are as follow : — Having crossed the Continent of South America, from the shores of the Pacific to the Atlantic, by a route little known; having descended the Maranon, the largest river of the world, for about three thousand miles; and, having been seized as a prisoner by the Military Commandant of a district in Brazil, it became my duty, on my arrival in England, to report what had occurred at the Admiralty.
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