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Ship Daniel Webster of Sag Harbour [HARBOR]

Remarks on board Wednesday July 2th [2ND] 1834 Through thes[E] 24 hours we have light winds and a clear are [AIR] from ESE. Stering [STEERING] by the wind to the Westward. At 8 AM got a distance of the sun and moon. Maid [MAID] the Longitude by Luner [LUNAR] 157°=33 and the Longitude by Cronometor [CHRONOMETER] at the same time 157°=31 Latitude by obs vation [OBSERVATION] 27°=12

Remarks on board Thursday July 3th [3RD] 183 [1834] Through thes[E] 24 light winds and pleasant weather. Steering SW & and NW. Hands imployed [EMPLOYED] in seting [SETTING] up the topmast riggen [RIGGING]. Nothing more worth of remark. Latitude by obs vation [OBSERVATION] 26°=19 North Longitude by Cronometor [CHRONOMETER] 156°=35 East

Remarks on board Friday July 4th, 1834 The first part of the 24 hours we have light winds and pleasant weather. Stering [STEERING] NW by N with all sail. Wind ESE. All hands imgaged [ENGAGED] in keeping the fourth. No whales to be sean [SEEN]. Nothing more worth of remark. Latitude by obs vation [OBSERVATION] 26°=47 North Longitude by Cronometor [CHRONOMETER] 155°=25 East

Remarks on board Saturday July 5th 1834 The first part of thes[E] 24 hours we have light winds and pleasant weather from ESE. Steering NW. At 5 PM saw 3 whales. Loward [LOWERED] & chaist [CHASED] but without success. Came on board and shortned [SHORTENED] sail. Nothing more worth of remark. Latitude by obs vation [OBSERVATION] 27°=53 South [NORTH] Longitude by Cronometor [CHRONOMETER] 154°=43 East

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