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30625990001022_000_cover_aEast Hampton Library
30625990001022_001East Hampton Library
30625990001022_002East Hampton Library
Tuesday December 4th, 1848 Throughout this day had fair weather and ligh wind from N West Ship on her course [?] by East at noon Set a Top Mast [plidding?] sail [pan?]- two [f inplacted?] but nothing else [so?] goods [?] Lat 32"31 N Longitud
Wednesday 5th, year Throughout this day Day strong wind from N by W and pleasant light weather attended with a great swell from the North carry all sail steering it by E per compass boil [out?] our [B DaS?] of [S.?] And do several small jobs on the rigging so Ends All well Latitud by Obs Long.
Thursday 6th Began with Light wind from NW and pleasant weather ship under all sail steering S by E per compass watch [apprensly?] employed nothing In Sight but water Middle and [latter parts had near the same weather [Spear?] close hauld to the SE watch overhauling potatoes three ships In Sight so ends [?] Lat Long opened flour
Friday 7th Commenced [A?] when at 2 PM lowered [A?] boat And [port?] Letters Onboard of Ship [Ann} bound to London two [off it?] Ships In sigh steering NE [at?] latter part had a high wind from South steer by the wind watch Employed setting up rigging saw a French Ship steering East So ends all well Lat by Obs. 31"21 Long