'26 February (7 Ventose). At 5.a.m Henri Freycinet returned for his examination of Marion Bay; and at 11.30a.m. Faure returned from his survey of the Schartens ... with the return of the two surveying parties, Baudin's work in the region was finished and he gave orders for the ships to be got ready to sail next morning.
Henri Freycinet's survey of Marion bay began at Pebbly Point and extended as far south as Cape Frederick Hendrik. Blackman Bay (Tasman's Frederick Hendricx Bay) was examined thoroughly, the whole of its Shore being traversed on foot and a detailed map of it prepared. Freycinet was accompanied on this expedition by Bernier, Depuch, Baudin (midshipman) and Martin (quartermaster) ...' (Plomley op.cit., p.78).