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THE INDIAN ARCHIPELAGO.
vate yams, cocoas, and sweet potatoes. The sugar-cane is cultivated, and the tobacco grown here is considered, with great justice, far superior to any grown at Luzon. After a weeka s stay at San Domingo we ran down to Ivana, one of the missions, and made a rough survey of the bay. The mission house at this place was fitted up with every comfort, and we even found luxuries which we looked in vain for at San Domingo.
NATIVE OF BAT AN.
After completing the survey of this portion of the islan , governor (who had accompanied us from San Domingo) and a \ of us set off to return to San Domingo by land. Our path y