Sunday 2 October 1836

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

2nd Octr On waking this morning blowing hard
a terrible hubbub on deck & heavy thumping under our
quarter It was the Hatch Boat which had been anchored
astern of the Brig and on veering got close to her damaged enough
to give the Carpenter a week’s work. Field and Hill from the
Mast head today said they saw a river to the Southwd
a short distance down the Coast but it was blowing
to hard to land.

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