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April the 4th Monday these 24 hours comences with moderate weather and the wind from the North East midle and latter part blows heavy from the southward wee are laying too under reeft topsails trying out oile

April 5th Tuesday first part of these 24 hours moderate the wind is from the Eastward blowing freshly sqals middle and lattr part is fowl weath wee are lying to anchor under cape tiberoon for recruits all hands well on board

April 6th Wednesday first part of these 24 blows fresh from the SouthEast midle part has raine with frequent squals from diferant quarters lattr part th wind is more steady and from the South East

April 7th Thursday first part of these 24 hours moderate the wind is from the North East wee are now runing down [illegible] the north side of Saint Deningo midle part Lowred our boats and took one whale to Each of them the three whale probably will make 40 bls

April 8th Friday first part of these 24 hours is fine weather with light breses from the Eastward midle and lattr part trying out oile all hands well on board wee are now of[f] cape Dan maria, the wind is East

April 9th Saturday these 24 hours commences with fine weather and the wind is from the North East midle part finished trying oile which made us [100] barels all hands well So Endeth these 24 hours

April 10th has fine weather and pleasant breases from the Eastward wee are now close to the isle of anigua bound out of the pasage of [illegible] islands Latter part fine So Ends these 24 hours

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