Sperm Oil Casks
8 hhd 5-Threes Barrel Casks 11 [illegible] 3 Barrels 27 The Casks have the Ships Brand one the head and SO by the Bung with marking Irons Except Six ground Tin Casks which were Branded on the Bung staves crosswise also a mark with the Irons
Branded in the Same manner except one which was marked with the Irons crosswise [symbols drawn]
Journal Of A Voyage From Sag Harbor towards the Coast of Patagonia and back again AD 1830 - 31 John H. Wheeler 220 Water Street, New York,
Offers for sale, a complete assortment of nautical instruments, general and nautical books, consisting of double plate and oval pattern metal sextants, improved quadrants, with telescopes; double and single tangent do.; plain do.-mariner's compasses, vis. azimuth, amplitude, hanging, steering and storm, of the most improved construction. Day or night telescopes, thermometers, simpesometers, time glasses, &c. warranted of the first quality, being of his own manufacture, or imported from the most respectable manufactories in Europe.
Every description of nautical instruments repaired.
Ship Acasta's Disbursements AD 1830 and 31 August 1st Bought of ship Master three lances at 10/$3.75c
Ship Acosta from Sag Harbor towards the Coast of Patagonia Occurrences, the 28th day of June 1830 These 24 hours Commences with cloudy weather, some fog – all hands on board – At 11PM got under weigh with the wind at SW.
Occurrences, the 29th day of June 1830 Courses: N, NE, E, ESE [crossed out], SE [crossed out], ditto, ditto, ENE, ditto, E, S[W] Winds: SW Light winds from 12 to 4 PM from the SW at 5PM Came to [offhast - crossed out] with the high lands of Gardiners Bearing South took a squall which lasted a bout an hour ––––– latter part fine weather light airs at West at 5AM. Weighed anchor and put to sea in company with Ship [Potose] all hands employed at clearing up Decks. Long. pr Lunar 71.54 Lat obs 41.00
Ship Acosta from Sag Harbor towards the Coast of Patagonia Occurrences, the 30th day June 1830 Courses: SE, ditto, ditto, ditto, ditto, ditto, ditto, ditto, ditto, ditto, ditto Winds: SW, W, NW These 24 hours commences with fine breeses at SW, steered SE at 5 pm backed the main topsail for the [Potase?] middle part - Do winds & fair weather
Latter part light airs from the NW stood on as before all hands employed at fitting Boats so Ends the Day Latitude 39.50 Longitude 70.00
Occurrences, the 1st day July 1830 Courses: SE, [SEW?], ESE, SEE Winds: NW First part of these 24 hours fine breeses at NW & pleasant - at 6 pm. Spoke with ship Potose
Middle and latter parts light airs at 5 am chased Black fish without success at half past 6 steered ESE at 10 [SE to E_?] Potose in sight Latitude 39.05 Longitude 68.05