3 August 1770
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3 August 1770

Friday 3rd In the PM the weather being more moderate we carried the coasting anchor and Cable out and laid it without the barr in order to be ready to warp out by that we may not loose the least opportunity that may offer Strong breezes and hazy untill 6 oClock in the AM when it Moderated and we unmoord hove up the anchor and began to warp out but the Ship tailing upon the sand on the north side of the harbour River, the Tide of Ebb makeing out and a fresh breeze seting in we were obliged to desist and Moor the Ship again just within the barr —

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