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Tuesday December 4th, 1848
Throughout this day had fair weather
and ligh [LIGHT] wind from N West Ship on her
course S by East at noon Set a Top Mast
Studding sail Saw two finbacks but nothing
else So ends Lat [LATITUDE] 32.31 Longitud [LONGITUDE]

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 S by E per compass
boil out our Blackfish and do several
small jobs on the rigging so Ends
All well Latitud by Obs [LATITUDE BY OBSERVATION] Long [LONGITUDE]

Thursday 6th
Began with Light wind from NW
and plesant [PLEASANT] weather Ship under all
sail steering S by E per compass watch
variously employed nothing In Sight
but water Middle and latter parts
had near the same weather steer close
hauld [HAULED] to the SE watch overhauling
potatoes three ships In Sight so ends
In Lat [LATITUDE] Long [LONGITUDE]
opened flour

Friday 7th
Commenced a calm at 2 PM
lowered a boat and put Letters
Onboard of Ship Ann bound to London
two other Ships In sigh [SIGHT] steering N East
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. [LATITUDE BY OBSERVATION] 31..21 Long [LONGITUDE]

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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