Monday 3 October 1836

[, on board the wrote. | Read source notes.]

Monday Octr 3d Wind light, but favorable during
the night. But from that strange want of confidence
every now & then manifested in the correctness of
our position, the Captain ordered the ship to be wore,
and we were taken away from the land once more.
After standing off for some hours we again made for
the land early in the morning & made Cape Frio towards
evening, distant about 40 miles. Had we stood on
last night we should have been now anchoring in

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