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Brig Gem of Beverly, Page 127 of 256

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April 28th Thursday first part has fine weather the wind from the South west with a Strong curent runing from the North west midle and latter part the same at 11 oclock A.M [Pakess] island bearing north west Dist 5 miles at - - -

April 29th Friday commences with fair weather and the wind from the South East at 4 oclock PM arrived in beverly and made fast to the wharf So ends this Voyage

Vernon Locke

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