22 February 1770
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22 February 1770

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in Falconer's Dictionary of the Marine
22 February 1770

Thursday 22d Moderate breezes between the SE and SBW and dark gloomy weather ^with a Swell from the SE. Plying to wind ward keeping between 4 and 12 Leagues from the land, depth of water from 35 to 53 fathom a fine sandy bottom. A great many Sea fowl and Grampusses about the Ship- In the AM condemed 60 fathoms of the best bower Cable and converted it into Junk. At Noon had no observation, but by the land judged our selves to be about 3 Leagues farther north than yesterday —

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