Wednesday 26 October 1836

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Wednesday, Octr 26. Fresh breezes & squally. Wind from No to NNW.
Co E.S.E. Miles run, 185 + 8596 = 8781. Lat. obs. 35E14′ So. Longe 7E24′.
Wt. Noon. Do Weather. Squared the yards, furled spanker,
down royal yards. P.M. Fresh gales and squally.
Wind N.W. The coldest weather since we left England.

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