Monday 6 June 1836

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

The Weather remain’d very fine all Yestdy, untill 11, P,M,
when it came on to blow a heavy Gale of Wind, from S,E,
so strong that the Fore top Sail, Top gallt Sail, Jib,
and Square sail, were taken in, and the Main sail,
close reef’d, which has contd the whole of this Day, accompd
by a tremendious cross jump of a Sea, that makes the
Vessel, pitch and roll about dreadfully, and causing
her to leak very much, being upon the larboard Tack   ___

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