Tuesday 23 August 1836

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

This 24 hours strong gales from the NEd let go the
seacond anchor in consequence of the first draging
sent a boat to the north cape to fetch our two
men that where filling water I went on the
rapid to give honour due to whom it is dew saw
cournal Light was received kindly took two sick
men on board for medical advice.
The first and latter part of this day
I have suffered from heath of body how frail is man
yet heart and flesh may fail and will fail but the
Lord is the strength of my heart and my portion
for ever we read the Psalms for the day sung two
hymns and came to an inurable [?] company of
angles and to a general assembly of the first born
in heaven Jesus and the lord blessed his dust and ashes

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