9 August 1769
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9 August 1769

Wednesday, 9th. P.M. had a light breeze of wind at north, in the night had a good deal of rain. AM, little wind and variable with some showers of rain - At 11 AM a breeze of wind sprung up at East which carried us out of the harbour and as soon as the boats were hoisted in made sail to the Southward —

Sence we have been about these Islands we have expended but little of our sea provisions and have ^at this last place been very plentifully ^ supply'd with Hogs Fouls Plantains and Yams, which will be of very ^great use to us in case we should not discover any lands in our rout to the Southward, the way I now intend to Steer —

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