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jy2023 at Jul 10, 2023 01:05 PM

30625990000221_011

Wednesday July 24 th : 1822
Light airs and calm from the Northward
stear South with all sail set saw nothing
employed in fitting rigging and Sundays
Long By [harar?] [at 4 PM 2690 14 (strikethrough)] 26 – 14
Lat By – obs 32 – 27 Long 26 – 30

Thursday July 25th “ 1822
All these 24 hours Light Breeses and pleasant
from the South stear South with all sail set
saw nothing employed in Sundays
Long by Lunar 25 – 49 Lat by . Obs 31 – 23 Long 26 – 05

Friday July 26 th “ 1822
First and middle part of these 24 hours Light
winds and pleasant from N E Latter part fine
gales and squaly at E N E steared South with
all sail set at 6 PM spoke the Thorn Gardner
and Rizaus of New London nice no whale
Long by Lunar at 4 P M 25 – 27 Lat 29 – 29 Long 25 – 28

Saturday July 27th “ 1822
All these 24 hours fine fresh Breeses and pleasant
weather at E N East steared by S by West in company
with the Thorn and Rizens employed in Sundays
Long by Lunar 24 . . 52 Lat by obs 26 – 32 Long 25 – 08

Sunday July 28th 1822
Fine trades and smokey weather at E N East
stear S S West in company with the Thorn and
[pucane?] so ends this day of own Land Long by Lunar 25 – 10
Lat by obs 23 – 46 – Long 25 - - 26

30625990000221_011

Wednesday July 24 th : 1822
Light airs and calm from the Northward
stear South with all sail set saw nothing
employed in fitting rigging and Sundays
Long By [harar?] [at 4 PM 2690 14 (strikethrough)] 26 – 14
Lat By – ohs 32 – 27 Long 26 – 30

Thursday July 25th “ 1822
All these 24 hours Light Breeses and pleasant
from the South stear South with all sail set
saw nothing employed in Sundays
Long by Lunar 25 – 49 Lat by . Ohs 31 – 23 Long 26 – 05

Friday July 26 th “ 1822
First and middle part of these 24 hours Light
winds and pleasant from N E Latter part fine
gales and squaly at E N E steared South with
all sail set at 6 PM spoke the Thorn Gardner
and Rizaus of New London nice no whale
Long by Lunar at 4 P M 25 – 27 Lat 29 – 29 Long 25 – 28

Saturday July 27th “ 1822
All these 24 hours fine fresh Breeses and pleasant
weather at E N East steared by S by West in company
with the Thorn and Rizens employed in Sundays
Long by Lunar 24 . . 52 Lat by ohs 26 – 32 Long 25 – 08

Sunday July 28th 1822
Fine trades and smokey weather at E N East
stear S S West in company with the Thorn and
[pucane?] so ends this day of own Land Long by Lunar 25 – 10
Lat by ohs 23 – 46 – Long 25 - - 26