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175 9

29 6 1/2

12 10

   Light airs, and clear.

23

22 15

175 32

29 6 1/2

11 42

   Fine breeze, and pleasant weather. In the morning, rain.

24

21 56

175 21

29 6 1/2

   Light airs, and cloudy. At one P. M. saw a great surf a-head. Soon after, squally and rainy weather.

25

21 25

175 47

29 6 1/2

12 37

   Light airs, and clear.

26

21 10

176 4

29 6 1/2

11 33

   Calm, and fine weather.

27

21 5

176 42

29 7 1/4

amp. & az.

12 4

azim.

   Light airs, and pleasant weather.

28

20 25

177 25

29 7 1/2

12 31

   The same.

29

19 37

178 26

29 7

   Light breeze from the N. E., and clear.

30

19 27

178 56

29 6 1/4

11 54 azim.

   Light airs, and pleasant wea-ther.

31

18 34

178 56

29 6 1/2

   Light airs and calms: the weather fine.

Nov. 1

17 51

179 19

29 6 1/2

10 40

   The same.

2

16 31

180 32

29 6 1/2

12 28

   Pleasant easterly breeze, and clear.

3

14 57

182 11

29 6

12 27

   Strong breeze from the E. N. E., and clear.

4

13 39

184 5

29 5 1/2

12 43

   Fine breeze from the N. E., and clear.

5

13 26

186 36

29 5 1/4

11

   Strong breeze from the E. by N., and pleasant weather.

6

13 27

189 32

29 5 1/4

11 88

   Strong breeze from the N. E., and clear. In the night, rain.

7

13 28

191 44

29 5 3/4

12 47

   Pleasant breeze from the E. N. E., and fine.

8

13 12

194 17

29 5 1/2

11 40

   Strong breeze from the N. E. The night rainy.

9

13 35

196 82

29 5 1/2

11 40

   Fine breeze from the N. N. E., and clear.

10

13 42

198 25

29 6

   Fine easterly breeze, and cloudy.

11

13 57

200 29

29 5 3/4

9 45

azim.

   Fine breeze, and pleasant weather.

12

14 4

203 4

29 5 ?

9 9

   Strong breezes from the E. N. E., and clear. At night, strong breeze from the N. N. E.

13

14 7

206 13

29 5

7 58

   Moderate gales from the N. N. E., and pleasant weather.

14

14 29

209 14

29 5

7 43

   Strong breeze from the N. E., and fine.

15

14 48

213 4

29 5

6 2

   Moderate gales from the N. E., and fine.

16

° ' "

15 1 52

29 5

5 51

   The same. At five P. M. the island of Tinian was west twelve miles. The night squally.

17

° '

15 44

217 8

29 5 1/2

4 30

   Moderate gales at N. N. E., and pleasant weather. At two P. M. the Ladrone Islands were out of sight.

18

16 34

220 21

29 5 1/2

2 33

   Strong breeze from the N. E., and fine.

19

17 12

224 2

29 5 1/2

   Fresh gales from the N. N. E., and clear.

20

29 3

   Fresh gales. Towards noon, strong gales and cloudy.

21

29 2

   The same, with occasional squalls and rain.

22

28

28 1

28 3

   A heavy gale of wind. In the morning a typhoon, and dark weather.

23

16 10

29 5 1/2

   Typhoon from the W. N. W.: moderated by degrees, and to-wards morning blew a fresh gale.

24

29 5

   Moderate gales from the W. and N. W. Cloudy weather, and a very heavy swell.

25

17 58

29 6

   Moderate gales from the N. N. E., and cloudy, with rain.

26

18 48

231 89

29 6

   Fresh gales from the N. E., and cloudy.

27

19 59

284 80

29 7

   The same.

28

21 25

237 28

29 8

   The same, with rain. At seven A. M. saw the Bashee Islands to the westward.

29

21 42

240 21

29 9 1/2

   The same. The Bashee Islands out of sight.

30

   Fresh gales, and clear wea-ther. At noon saw land to the northward.

Dec. 1

   Moderate gales from the N. E., and pleasant weather. At one o'clock P. M. the island of Pedro Branco bore N. about twelve miles. At noon, the south point of the Great Ladrone N. 56° W.
  

TABLE XI.

PASSAGE FROM CANTON TO PORTSMOUTH.

Time.

Lat N.

Long. W.

Barometer.

Ther.

Variation

of the Compass East.

Winds, Weather, and Remarks.

1805.

° '

° '

Inch. Line

°

° '

  

Feb. 12

   Strong easterly breeze, and cloudy. At six A. M. weighed and set sail. At noon, a-breast of the Ladrones.

13

19 43

246 1

29 4 1/2

74

   Pleasant easterly breeze, and cloudy.

14

18 41

246 12

29 4 1/2

76

1 13

azim.

   Pleasant breezes: towards morning, calm and cloudy.

15

16 45

245 16

29 4 1/2

76

   Pleasant breeze from the E. N. E., and cloudy.

16

15 7

246 25

29 5

76

   Pleasant breeze at N. E. by E., and fine.

17

13 19

248 9

29 5

78

   Strong breeze at E. N. E., and clear.

18

11 20

249 51

29 5

80

   Strong breeze at N. E., and clear. At night rain.

19

9 9

251 21

29 4

77

2 8

   Strong breeze at E. N. E., and clear.

20

7 2

253 34

29 3 3/4

78

3 6

   The same. At noon sound-ed in twenty-seven fathoms, sandy bottom.

21

5 18

254 37

29 4

80

2 55

   Pleasant easterly breeze, and fine. At noon the depth of water was thirty-six fathoms, sandy bottom.

22

4 8

265 8

29 4

81 1/2

3 24

azim.

   Light airs, and clear. At nodn forty-one fathoms, oozy ground.

23

3 6

255 10

29 4

81

   The same. At noon the island of Poolo Teoman bore S. 63° W., eighteen miles.

24

1 27

254 35

29 4 3/4

80

2 8

   Light breeze at N. E., and fine.

25

Lat S.

43

253 37

29 4 1/4

82

3 5

   Light airs in the N. E. quar-ter. At eleven A. M., saw the island of Tody to S. W.

From 26

to March 7

   N. B. We were passing the Sound of Gaspar, and the Strait of Sunda. All this time we had light variable winds, and sometimes calm weather. The variation of the compass, out of the Straits of Gaspar, was 2° 36', and off the Java Point, 2° 18' west.

7

8 28

254 13

29 4

83

Var. W.

55

   Light airs, and clear. In the morning, squalls and rain.

8

9 46

254 7

29 4

82

   Fine westerly breeze, and squally wet weather.

9

29 3 1/2

80

2 5

   Light breeze, and rain. At four P. M. saw Christmas Island S.E. by S., about twenty-three miles.

Variation of the Compass West.

  

10

11 32

29 4

   Light airs, and rainy.

11


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