Monday 4 April 1836

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

This Morng Lloyd’s Surveyor, and two other Gentlemen,
came on board, to look at the Damage, our Vessel had
received in the late tremendious Gale’s, and found that
amongst other disasters, the Fore-top-Mast was sprung,
and in the Afternoon sent Workmen to commence repairs __
At 2, P,M, we were very much surprised, at receiving
a visit from Sl Stephens Esqr C.M. who had left the
Duke of York in Tor Bay, which is not more than
5 Miles distant from this place and where She has been
all the late bad Weather, but has broke her Windlass, and
lost an Anchor,  _________  The Weather is very fine to
Day, with a gentle Air of Wind, from the Northward  ___

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