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Journal Entries written by: John White

Tuesday 26 July 1836

[, on board the wrote.]

Long    Lat. N – E               fair   Tuesday July 26 Set fore top men Stunsell and Main te Gallen Stunsell Log 4½ Nots

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Wednesday 27 July 1836

[, on board the wrote.]

N ½ E              fair  Wednsday 27 fore te Gallen Stunsell and Lower Stunsell Set Log 6 Nots, the fisherman Borded us Boats number 27 = P Laden With Mackral

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Thursday 28 July 1836

[, on board the wrote.]

N = E fair                Thursday 28 fore top men Stunsell fore te Gallen Stunsell Stunsell Man tye Gallen Stunsell We Comenced Our fishing thomas Better Mr John W the Same

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Friday 29 July 1836

[, on board the wrote.]

S W                 2 oClock morning Came on to Blow
a Gail We hove too under Close Reefe
Main and fore top Sails and Mizen
She Began to take in 18 inches of water
in 3 howers we put in portsmouth 6
OClock the Saim Evening by Loosing 52 miles

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Saturday 30 July 1836

[, on board the wrote.]

– W,                    Saturday 30 of July the Captan went on Shore and 11 of the Passengers we took in water the 2 piggs Dide 11 OClock the wind Changed W.N.W fair for our Corse

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Sunday 31 July 1836

[, on board the wrote.]

Got on the way 8 OClock in the Morning the Pilot Came on Bord and Left us 4 OClock and took 3 Letters ashore for me the Buffloe Cept our Company that haffter noon Close in Shore with a 5 Knott Breeze fair we had fresh Provisions and All in Good Spirits

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Monday 1 August 1836

[, on board the wrote.]

Monday Aug 1, 1836 the Captain put me in Committian to take charge of the Poultry the wind was faint made but 7 Miles all day tacking about and all Paple Sick saw the Buffloe 3 OClock in the morning of our Lee Quar ter/ ¾ Beef due to me

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Tuesday 2 August 1836

[, on board the wrote.]

S,W                 the wind Blew of our Starbor d quarter from 7 OClock in the Evening we Set the fore top main Stunsell and our main te Galen Stuncell we run 7½ Knots untill 10 OClock on Wednesday Morning

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Wednesday 3 August 1836

[, on board the wrote.]

D,W                thomas washed a Shirt
Handkerchiefe and one
Pair Of stockings Mr
Fink Consented for the
Cheaf Mate to Sleep in
his Cabbin to make room
for one of the feamaile
Pasangers that was Sick
Mrs Stuckey

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Thursday 4 August 1836

[, on board the wrote.]

N,W                4 OClock in the morning Shortened Sail 4 Bells the wind Blue full S. West 2 Bells We Stode the Slack of the Cable Below I Pur chased ½ lb Tobaco Sold ¼ 2s Sold ¼ of the same 2s Gave 1 Bottle of rum to the Sailors

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Friday 5 August 1836

[, on board the wrote.]

8 OClock unbent Cables 100 Miles Clear of Land Clerd up the Birth and Gave Thomas Some Soap the wind fair with one Lower and fore Top men Stunsells Set Main Top men Stunsells and Geallent Sunsells Set. running 6 knots a hower

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Saturday 6 August 1836

[, on board the wrote.]

S-W                 Cut out Lower
Stunsell Built 6 Houses for
Gogs 3 Oclock halfter noon
a General Dispute took Place
Betwean the Emegrants
and the Captain Respecting
the rations rashings and the Either specified areas on deck limiting access to different groups of passengers for walking, parading or promenading, or just limited space. delimeted Spaise
of Deck for Praiding the
weather Very fine Running 6½ Knots

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Sunday 7 August 1836

[, on board the wrote.]

Sunday 7 1836 Fair                  Left the Bay S by W            6 Bells had Church the Doctor was Chaplin the Carpinter Reader and a Comence of Singing the Paslms Mr Walters was turned out of the Gentlemen’s Company off from the Poop the wind But Light 4 Knots

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Monday 8 August 1836

[, on board the wrote.]

Monday 8th 1836 E by W ½ W   Running 8 Knots 2 OClock Opersite the Span Coast, the Ships Company Opened the main Hatch to Get Thomas Clarkes [B.....] [Mr?] Got his Onions and his Junk from him Pack Cheeas Bread and

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Tuesday 9 August 1836

[, on board the wrote.]

Tuesday 9th Aug fair wind Mr J. White [Vr?] G, Whites Running 8½ Knotts Monday aug 9 Mr Walters took the Liberty of Drinking our mess warter He was Seen by Mr S, Blunden.

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Wednesday 10 August 1836

[, on board the wrote.]

S – W                      Wednsday Aug 10, 1836
Spoke to a Brigg Bound
to portsmouth She promised
to Report us at Loyddes
Set our New Lower Stunsell
We than was makeing 196 Miles
in 24 howers

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Thursday 11 August 1836

[, on board the wrote.]

S.S.W ½          Mr Juls fell down
the Hatch with his wifes Child
and Brake her harm Turn
Bull was found Guilty of
Steeling Parlhers 6 lb of Sugar
Mr W had words with Walters
upon Steeling our water

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Friday 12 August 1836

[, on board the wrote.]

Friday Augt 12 N W ½ W        Saw 4 Sail Laying W and by West ½ West One of the Sheep Sick thomas not Very well/

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Saturday 13 August 1836

[, on board the wrote.]

Saturday 13th 1836 fair wind but Very Light hardly a nought to Carry Stuncells Broached 1 Sack of Oats for Sheep and fowles

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Sunday 14 August 1836

[, on board the wrote.]

N – W             but Very Light 4½ Knots we had                         Church Gave G. F. –  Lon 32/ 40 Latd

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Monday 15 August 1836

[, on board the wrote.]

N,W ½ W        Spoke to a french Bark
                        named the Velea 4 OClock
                       in the morning made the Isle
                        of Miderea on the Cost of Portugal
                        the weather fine But very Light
                        Winds Opened the fore Hole and
                        Got Out 100 Bags of Bread 

                                       One thousand and Twenty
                                       Miles from London
                                                     Heat only 98

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Tuesday 16 August 1836

[, on board the wrote.]

N.N.W                        Left the Land of Madera at                         7 Bells the Carpenter was                         Reported Lowsey the Emegrants                         Was Mustered Broached a Blue [froek...?]

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Wednesday 17 August 1836

[, on board the wrote.]

S,S,W              Running 6½ Knots                         Miss Ketch Lave and her                         father was taken very Bad                         Saw fresh Sail on our Starbord                         Quarter one thousand one hundred                         and 13 miles

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Thursday 18 August 1836

[, on board the wrote.]

S.W ½ W        Saw Strainge Sail a S.                         a head Set Lower Stunsell                         and fore top men Stuncell Running                         7 Knots the wind on our starbord Qr

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Friday 19 August 1836

[, on board the wrote.]

                                Friday Aug 19th 1834 [sic, 1836] W ½ W [sic]    fair wind 4 Bells Squear                         Yards Running 4 Knots 606 Miles                         from Saint Jagus Passed tener Reef                         at Night about 100 miles from                         Land Rigged Mr finks Boat for                         Sailing Cutter fashon

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Saturday 20 August 1836

[, on board the wrote.]

                                  Saturday Aug 21th [sic, 20th] W and by S     Capt Bromley was turnd                         [derel?] amoung the Gentlemen                         8 Bells Running 7 Knots the wind                         halft Mrs Allen Commited her                         Selfe upon the Quarter deck                         Before the men of the watch                         and Mr W

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Sunday 21 August 1836

[, on board the wrote.]

Sunday Aug 22nd [sic, 21st] W.S.W                        fair wind we had Chapell I was Very un well Could Not attend Chapell Gave thomas Some Ink and G W Some Paper Mrs Ketchlove Better Running 6½ Knots

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Monday 22 August 1836

[, on board the wrote.]

Monday Aug 23 1836 W ½ W            2 Lower Stuncells Set fore top men Stunsell Main top men St fore and main te Gallen St Young Phillips Bit by the Captains dog Ship running 6 Knots Saw Porpus

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Tuesday 23 August 1836

[, on board the wrote.]

Tuesday Aug 24 1836 S W and by So Be calmed and very hot Temperate heat 89 the Coast of affricca about 190 miles from Makeing about 2 miles in one hower

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Wednesday 24 August 1836

[, on board the wrote.]

Wednsday Aug 25
S.S.W ½ W     Mr Allen and
Mrs Allen Got drunk and abused
the Captain by Cawling him a
Scoundral and a Blaguard Caught
one turtle Motionless for lack of wind. Beclmed makeing
2½ Knots a hower

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Thursday 25 August 1836

[, on board the wrote.]

Thursday Aug 26 1836 S.S.W ½ W     With all Stunsells Set Running 6 Knotts

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Friday 26 August 1836

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Friday Aug 27 S.S.W ½ W     We made the Land 3 OClock in the morning Droped anchor at ½ pt 10 Went on Shore With Mrs J W and thomas a Very Barran Isle and a Very Little Live stock on the Land

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Saturday 27 August 1836

[, on board the wrote.]

Saturday Aug 28 Went on Shore with Mrs W and Mr Lee and Mrs Lee Came on Bord ½ pt 2 OClock

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Sunday 28 August 1836

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Sunday 29 [sic, 28] the Barke Called the rose

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Monday 29 August 1836

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Monday Aug 30th 1836 [...] Mr Lee and Mrs Lee went on Shore with Mr J White Bought 3 fowls at one Shilling Each the rose lost a young woman off from the rocks

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Tuesday 30 August 1836

[, on board the wrote.]

Tuesday Aug 31, 1836 took on Last raft of Casks on Board 3 OClock Got on the [....] maid all Sail with a fair wind Blowing West. S. West

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Wednesday 31 August 1836

[, on board the wrote.]

         Wensday Sept 1th W ½ W            Evry one well Stunsells                         Lower and aloft – 2 fowls                         Left Belonging to our                         Mess

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Thursday 1 September 1836

[, on board the wrote.]

        Thursday Sept 2 S.S.W              Blowing hard and a Great                         Deal of Rain Running 6½ Nots                         Saw the Wiliam hut

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Friday 2 September 1836

[, on board the wrote.]

                                 Friday Sept 3 S.W ½ W        Saw the Ware a Bark                         Laying at St Jagoes Left the                         Same day as we did 5 Nots

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Saturday 3 September 1836

[, on board the wrote.]

                       Saturday Sept 4 S.S.W              Parker fell and Cut                         the Cap of his knee and                         the Boy Joe fell over Bord                         We was be Calmed 2 Nots

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Sunday 4 September 1836

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Sunday Sept 4 S.S.W              Blowing fresh running 5 Knots Clark and my Selfe filled 2 Large Casks

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Monday 5 September 1836

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Monday Sept 5. 1836 S W by S         Very Squarley running 6 Nots Saw Straing Saile

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Tuesday 6 September 1836

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Tuesday Sept 6th 1836
W,S,W, Running 7 Knots
the trial of William Walters
Came on at 10 OClock he
was acquitted for the Want of
further Everdance

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Wednesday 7 September 1836

[, on board the wrote.]

Wednsday Sept 7 S – E               2 points off her Course Running 7 Nots Qr W no B

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Thursday 8 September 1836

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Thursday Sept 8 due E went about fine G White apperd to Strike me and his brother made a List of names for Mr Nep.

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