Saturday 30 July 1836

[, on board the wrote.]

The Rain contd without the least intermission, all Thursday

Night, but at 6, A,M, of Yestdy it clear’d up, Yet,

still remains very unsettled, sometimes We have it fine,

and pleasant, for an Hour, or two, together, then a

black Cloud will come, sweeping over our Heads, in a

violent Squall, from the Westward, pelting down

heavy Showers of Rain and Hail, accompd with Lightning,

while the Wind, keeps shifting about, from W,N,W, to S,S,W,  ___

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