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Date. Winds. Sig. Remarks &c., at Anchor off English Point, River Ivuctoke.
Thursday 19th Easterly Rainy wr. At 8 moderate and cloudy sent A party to Cut Fire wood—Employed watering and wooding ship at 1.30 P.M. Sent the Cutter For wood Rainy wr. Employed watering the Brig Sunset light winds and Cloudy. Midnight D°. weather.
Friday 21st N.E. A.M. Light Breezes and Cloudy 4 D°. Wr. Employed Scrubbing Hammocks and washing Cloaths. At 7 Commander Returned at 7.30 obsd. Shallop comeing down the River sent the cutter for wood. 11.30 Punished George Norcote /S/ with 24 Lashes for Mutinous Conduct and Josh. Henshaw M/ with 24 Lashes for the same offence. P.M. Light airs and fine crosed top gallt. yards and loosed Sails today arrived the Shallop Sunset Furled Sailes. Midnight Calm and fine.
Saturday 21st N.E. Light breezes and Cloudy Wr. Employed washing Decks—8. D°. Wr. opend pork and Flour noon. Moderate and Fine Sent the Boats away Sounding. 11.30 Do Returned P.M. Fine weather Sunset rainey weather People mending cloaths Issued Vinegar to the ships Co Midnight moderate and rainy weather.
Sunday 22nd Calm N.E. Westerly Rainy Weather. At 4 Do. Wr. at 8. Moderate and Cloudy washed Decks At 11 Musterd By Divisions at Noon Fine with little Rain At 4 do. wr. Gave the Ships Co. leave to Bathe. 8 Fine Wr. Midnight Moderate and Cloudy Wr.

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H K F Courses. Winds. Sig. Remarks, Monday, 23rd July, 1821.
1 . . Moderate and Fine Clear wr. Employed washing Decks 8.30 washed lower deck 10.30 Weighed and made sail shallop in co. Noon Light Breezes and Fine Adair Eb, S ½ S Shallop in Co. in Shore.
2 . .
3 . .
4 . .
5 . .
6 . . Westerly
7 . .
8 . .
9 . .
10 . .
11 2 . NNE
12 1 6 N.E.

Course. Distance. Lat. in. Long. in. Bearing and Distance.
53 . 27
1 3 Light Breezes and Fine 2.30 hauled up NE made sail 3.30 up Courses hove to. 4 Bore up. 5 Rounded to sent Jolly Boat to Shallop 5..40 Bore away Cutter Retd. 6 Cape Mt. Comme Mie NWbW Pt La Pinette S.W. Tide Running Westerly mustered at Quarters 8 Entrance of Narrows E¼ N. met 2 Canoes Ne-bow-du-thoik NNW ½ WW clewed up Top Sails Furled Top Gallant Sails 10 Bore up sounded every ½ hour no Bottom 12. Fine Wr. Shallop in Co.
2 4 4 E½N
3 2
4 2 4
5 2
6 5 West
7 5 N.E.
8 4 4
9 5 .
10 . . East
11 1 4
12 2 .

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H K F Course. Winds. Sig. Remarks, Tuesday, 24th July, 1821.
1 2 . E½N Light Breezes and Fine 2 Set Top Gallt Sails and fore Sail 4 D°. Wr. Low Island SWbS 4.15 entered the Narrows 5 Trimmed Sails 6.50 Set the jib passing La Pettit isle De Aquilon 7.20 hauled up for Esquimaux Island tide Run to Eastwd 8 Esquimaux Isld. WSW 9 Shortened Sail and came to in 10 fathoms N°. side of River Employed wooding came a Boat From Sandwich Bay.
2 3 .
3 4 . Westerly
4 3 .
5 2 . East
. 3 .
6 3 .
. 3 . E½S
7 3 1
. 2 2
8 2 .
9 2 4 E½N
10
11 NEbE
12

Course. Distance. Lat. in. Long. in. Bearing and Distance.
At anchor River Ivuctoke N.E. Calm Moderate and Fine 1.30 Sent Ships Co. on Shore to cut Firewood employed stowing it away 4 D°. Wr. with rain 6 Moderate heavy rain furled sails 7 Light winds Cloudy 8 D°. Wr. Midnight calm.

H K F Course. Winds. Sig. Remarks, Wednesday, 25th July, 1821.
1 . . Light breezes and Fine with Rain 4 Do. Wr. Employed getting Ready for weighing 7.30 Returned Shallop to the owner Rigoulet 8 Moderate Breezes and Fine 9.30 Trimmed Sails and Set the courses At noon Moderate and Fine.
2 . .
3 . .
4 . . Easterly
5 . .
6 . .
7 . .
8 . .
9 . .
10 4 4 ESE West
11 4 EbS
12 4 6 E½S

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