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English: Page one of the list of those involved in the Mutiny of the HMS Bounty.

Notebook and list of mutineers, 1789 [manuscript], National Library of Australia, MS 5393, [manuscript item number].
All pages of the list of mutineers can be seen here:
All pages of the Notebook can be seen here:
Collection number: MS 5393
Extent: 107 p., 3 fol. leaves.

Unpublished autograph manuscript Lieutenant William Bligh's voyage in the Bounty's launch from the ship to Tofua and from thence to Timor 28 April to 14 June 1789. It is the original notebook from which Bligh wrote all his subsequent narratives. The notebook itself belonged to Mr Hayward who was in the launch with him and there are 1 1/2 p. of navigational recordings and calculations, 8 rough sketch charts of islands and showing the boat's track through the Barrier Reef and along the coast of Australia to the Torres Strait and one autograph chart headed: "Eye sketch of part of New Holland in the Bounty's launch by Lieut. Wm. Bligh". The list of mutineers is headed by Fletcher Christian who was second-in-command before the mutiny. Each mutineer's physical appearance is described in detail.
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Author Bligh, William, 1754-1817.
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