. Memoirs of the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum of Polynesian Ethnology and Natural History. Natural history; Ethnology. INDEX TO THE PACfEIC ISLANDS. Mariere or Pulo Mariere, also called Warren Hastings, was discovered by Captain Hutchinson September, 1761. It is 2 m. N-s. b}' I ni. K-w., and inhabited. xMarina, a name of Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides, used by tlie Banks islanders. In Maewo and Oba it is called Marino. Marion, see Tnpua of the Society islands. Marire, islet of Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides. Markham, see Bagiagia, a reef island in Moresby strait. Maro reef was discovered by Captai

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. Memoirs of the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum of Polynesian Ethnology and Natural History. Natural history; Ethnology. INDEX TO THE PACfEIC ISLANDS. Mariere or Pulo Mariere, also called Warren Hastings, was discovered by Captain Hutchinson September, 1761. It is 2 m. N-s. b}' I ni. K-w., and inhabited. xMarina, a name of Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides, used by tlie Banks islanders. In Maewo and Oba it is called Marino. Marion, see Tnpua of the Society islands. Marire, islet of Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides. Markham, see Bagiagia, a reef island in Moresby strait. Maro reef was discovered by Captain Allen of the Ameri- can whaler Malo in 1820. About 35 m. in circumfer- ence; no land; breakers only. Northwest point is in 25' 31' N., 170^^ 37^ 33" W. Marokau, IJawhaida or Ravahere was discovered by Cap- tain Cook in 1773. There is great uncertainty about this group, not as to its existence, but whether there are not two distinct reefs, besides the neighboriniy one of Manaka. I have followed the charts, but the sailing dire(?tions contradict these and tliere is no competent exploration to determine. North point is in 17' 55' s., 142° 17' w. Maronu, islets in Uailu passage on the nortlieast side of New Caledonia. Maroupo, a name of Angatau of the Paumotu archipelago. MarovO, New Georgia or Rubiaiui, of the Solomon islands, consists of tliree principal islands and many islets, all of recent volcanic origin, some rising to a heiglit of 2500 ft. Inhabitants are dark, sturdy cannibals. Tlie northeast point is in 7" 57' vS., 157 31' K. Marqueen of the charts should be Marcken as named b\' Lemaire. Marquesas, Les Marquises, were discovered July 21, 1595, by Mendaiia so far as the southeast group is con- cerned, Tlie northern group by Marchand in 1791, and by Ingraliam about the same time. Tliey were named in memory of Don Garcia Hurtado de Mendoza, Marques de Canete, Viceroy of Peru and patron of Mendana's second voyage. They were taken by France in 1842. The native inh

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