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"The 83 seafarers included 26 Chinese. Among the 45 passengers were 41 of the c. 100 survivors of the PANDORA-disaster. The PANDORA, a frigate-of-war under the command of Captain Edward Edwards, had sailed to Tahiti and to many surrounding island in order to look for and arrest as many BOUNTY-muti-neers as possible (see the VLIJT, 8258). Edwards had succeeded in taking prisoner 14 of them. On 29-08-1791, however, the ship ran on a rock and was wrecked at Barrier Reef off New Holland; 31 men and 4 of the mutineers were drowned. In four small boats most of the survivors had managed to reach Timor. At Batavia Edwards, 30 other men, and the 10 remaining prisoners went aboard the VREDENBURG; at the Cape he and the prisoners boarded an English ship."
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