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6 January 1769

Week Days Month Days Winds Courses Distce Saild in Miles Latd in South Longd in West from
Greenwich
Bearing At Noon
Friday 6 Wt Srly S 8°.. 45' W 92 51°..20' 62°..19'  

Fresh gales, the Air very sharp and cold, frequent showers of Rain and Squalls    Soundings 75 fathom, saw some Penguins - Gave to each of ^the People a Fearnought Jacket and a pair of Trowsers; after which I never heard one man complain of cold not but that the weather was cold enough —



Cultural Artefacts in South Seas Companion: fearnought jackets and trousers

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