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H K Course Wind LN Saturday Oct 31st 1840
2 6 SBE ENE First part fresh breezes and fair
4 6 weather
6 6
8 6
10 6 Middle part squally at 5 AM double
12 6 reefed the topsails
2 6
4 6 EN Latter part strong breezes and squally
6 6 let the reefs out
8 7 Lat [LATTITUDE] 26.06 N
10 7 ENE Long [LONGITUDE] 28.20 W
12 7
H K Course Wind LN Sunday Nov 1st
2 7 SBE ENE First part fresh breezes and fair weather
4 7
6 7
8 7
10 7 Middle part squally at 2 AM double
12 7 reefed the topsails
2 7
4 5 EN Latter part strong breezes and squally weather
6 61/2 took in the jib and spanker
8 61/2 Lat [LATTITUDE] 23.56 N
10 61/2 ENE Long [LONGITUDE] 26.50 W
12 61/2
H K Course Wind LN Monday 2d
2 6 SBE EBE First part strong breezes and squally
4 6 weather
6 6
8 6
10 6 Middle and latter part the same
12 6 saw a vessel standing to N
2 6
4 6 Lat [LATTITUDE] 21.31 N
6 6 Long [LONGITUDE] 25.59 W
8 6
10 6
12 6

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