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H K Course Wind LN Tuesday Nov 3d 1840
2 6 S ENE First part strong breezes and squally
4 6 weather under double reefed topsails
6 6 jib and spanker in 2 vessels in sight
8 6 1 standing o N and the other steering SSW
10 61/2 the water of a greenish amber
12 61/2
2 6 Middle and latter part strong breezes
4 6 and fair weather. A ship in sight
6 6 to SSW
8 6 Lat [LATTITUDE] 19.13 N
10 6 Long [LONGITUDE] 25.29 W
12 6
H K Course Wind LN Wednesday 4th
2 6 S ENE First part strong breezes and fair
4 6 SBN weather with a rough sea
6 6 S at 6 PM. Spoke the ship John of
8 6 N Bedford 35 days out 90 bbls
10 6
12 6 Middle and latter part strong breezes at 2AM
2 6 ?luffed to headest to SE with the
4 6 maintopsail aback the courses hauled up
6 6 at daylight steered off saw the Island of St Anthony bearing WSW 18 miles dist
8 6 at 8. Spoke the John and stood along in company. At noon the the NW point
10 6 of St Nicholas bore S.
12 6 Latt [LATTITUDE] 16.58
H K Course Wind LN Thursday 5th
2 First part strong breezes and fair
4 weather standing at SE. Saw a ?bask steering
6 to WSWat 2 PM. Steered off for the passage
8 between St Nicholas and St Lucius in comp
10 with the John at 6 PM. The south point
12 ?aftt ?S bore NWBW and the S point of St Nicholas
2 SEBS
4 Middle part steering SSW at 8 AM saw Bravo
6 bearing S. Latter part steering SW Bravo and
8 Togo in sight sent up fore topgallant mast.
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12 Latt [LATTITUDE] 16.53

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