Volume 1: Introduction; 1. Intended mode of proceeding, and departure from Port Jackson; 2. Examination of Rowley's Shoals, and passage to the North Coast; 3. Tansactions at Coepang; 4. Visit to Van Diemen's Land, and examination of the entrance of Macquarie Harbour; 5. Departure from Port Jackson, and commence a running survey of the East Coast; 6. Transactions at Endeavour River, and intercourse with the natives; 7. Cross the Gulf of Carpentaria, and resume the survey of the North Coast at Wessel's Islands; 8. Examination of the coast between Cape Londonderry and Cape Voltaire, containing the surveys of Sir Graham Moore's Islands, Eclipse Islands, Vansittart Bay, Admiralty Gulf, and Port Warrender; 9. Equipment for the third voyage; 10. Cross the Gulf of Carpenteria, and anchor at Goulburn's South Island. Volume 2: 1. Survey upon the Mermaid; 2. Passage from Cape Van Diemen to Careening Bay; 3. Departure from Port Louis; 4. Leave King George the Third's Sound, and commence the survey of the West Coast at Rottnest Island; 5. The Bathurst sails for England; Appendix.
This 1827 two-volume work describes the Royal Navy's 1817-22 surveying expedition to chart the coastal regions of Australia.