Saturday, 30th. In the P.M. anchor’d here the Duke of Gloucester, English East India Ship from China. In the Evening a prodigious hard gale of wind came on at South-East, which continued till about 3 o’clock in the Morning. During the Gales the Table Mountains and Adjacent Hills were cap’d with Extraordinary while Clouds; the remainder of the Day light Airs and pleasant weather.
March 30, 2014
Saturday, 30th March, 1771
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