Tuesday, 12th. Gentle breezes and fair weather. At 7 a.m. died of the Flux, after a long and painful illness, Mr. John Satterly, Carpenter, a man much Esteem’d by me and every Gentleman on board. In his room I appoint George Nowell, one of the Carpenter’s Crew, having only him and one more left. Wind South-South-East; course South 71 minutes West; distance 83 miles; latitude 21 degrees 25 minutes South; longitude 284 degrees 46 minutes West.
February 12, 2014
Tuesday, 12th February, 1771
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