Saturday, 10th. Gentle breezes at South-East and Cloudy weather. At 4 P.M. Tack’d and stood South-West until 8 A.M., when being not above 3 or 4 Miles from the Shore we Tack’d, and stood off 2 hours, and then stood again to the South-West until noon, when being in the Latitude of 41 degrees 13 minutes South, and about 2 Miles from the Shore, the land of Cape Pallisser bearing South 53 degrees West, had 26 fathoms of water.
February 10, 2013
Saturday, 10th February, 1770
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