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King Georges Island (continued)

This Note to follow the discriptions of Ulietea &Ca     Tupia informs us that in the Months of November, December and Janry they have constant Westerly winds with rain — and they know very will how to take the Advantage of these winds in their Navigations —

Note. As we advance'd to the south ward into cold weather and a troubled sea, the Hogs we got at Ulietea began to die apace    they cannot indure the least cold nor will they hardly eat any thing but Vegetables so that they are not att all to be depended upon at Sea —


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