Log Book Hannibal and Marcus, 1822-1825

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Thursday June 20th 1822 Light winds and pleasant from the southward. Steared E S East and S E by East saw nothing. Employed in sundrys. Lat by obs 39"04 Long 37"55

Friday June 21th 1822 All these 24 hours light breezes and fine weather at NE head ES East.At 4 PM spoke the ship Neptune of New York Brown master a cuting in a sperm whale. So ends. Lat by obs 38"44 Long 36"00

Saturday June 22nd 1822 All these 24 hours light winds and pleasant from N E to North. At 1 PM took ship to N West. Employed in sundrys. So ends. [John Hand?] Lat by obs 38"35 Long 35"20

Sunday June 23rd 1822 These 24 hours light winds and smooth weather from NW to West stear ENE and N East. At 4 PM spok the brig [Mars?] of London bound for Baltimore his long 32'28 at 1/2 past 4 got a Lunar obs long 32'28 ends with light winds and cloudy weather the Neptune in sight. Trying. Lat by DR 38"58 Long 31"49

Ship Hanibal of Sag Harbor, G. Post, CaptIain June 1822- [Apr?] 1823

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