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Log Book of the Brig Sonora
[H], [illegible], Course Wind
Course NW Wind SW Remark on board Nov. 30th, 1855 First part of these 24 hours blows heavy from the South West at 12 tacked Ship and Stood to the north west midle and Later part the same [illegible] So Ends these 24 hours
Course SW Wind NW Remark December the 1st of 1855 These 24 comences with heavy gales from North at am tacked ship and stood to the South West. Midle and later part the Same So ends these 24 hours
[ditto] [ditto] December the 2nd, 1855 These 24 hours comences with heavy gales from North West. at Midnight made Liverpool Light bearing North Dist 7 miles tacked ship at 2 AM. a stood to the South West Later part blows very heavy from the North west No obs this day [noted in margin, upside-down] E. L. Locke.
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