The Kemble Papers Volume 16 Stephen Kemble

ISBN: 9781230373683

Published: September 12th 2013

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186 pages


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The Kemble Papers Volume 16  by  Stephen Kemble

The Kemble Papers Volume 16 by Stephen Kemble
September 12th 2013 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 186 pages | ISBN: 9781230373683 | 7.18 Mb

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1884 edition. Excerpt: ... hard squalls and Rain. Down T. G. Yards. A large Sea from the S. W. Ship Labours much. At 10 and 11 P. M. hard Squalls with some Rain, and much Noise and Laughing in the Dining Room, but productive in the end of great satisfaction to Mr. Erkelens, who was at this formally Discharged from his Majestys Service by the joint consent of all the Gentlemen.

Forfeit a Supper and 6 dozen old Hock. Set T. Sails, a smart breeze and high sea still continuing. Distance, 97. Lat. observed, 44.12. Long. 35.51. Sunday, May 2gth. Wind W. B. N. Fair Weather, but strong Gales and Squally, with a heavy Sea from the Westward, which makes the Ship Labour much. Still squally- handed F. T. Sail. Fair Weather, Strong Gales and Squally. Handed M. T. S. and M. Sail. Wore Ship, Lay too, up S. W. off S. S. W. Distance, 7 DEGREES. Lat. observed. 45.25. Long. 35.51. Monday, May jotn. Wind S. S. W. Strong Gales and mostly fair Weather, with heavy Sea from the Westward.

Set M. S. and T. Sails. No Observation. Distance, 36. Lat. 44.49. Long. 35.40. Tuesday, May j1st. Wind N. N. W. The first part of these 24 hours light Breezes and clear. The latter part Squally with Rain. Distance, 10t. Lat. observedl 43.8. Long. 35.54. Wednesday, June 1st.

Wind W. N. W. Squally with hard Rain, handed Top Sails. Moderate breezes and fair Weather. Set T. Sails, out 1st & 2d Reef F. T. Sail. At 7 P. M. spoke a Snow from London, bound to Marble Head, out four Weeks. At 8, out 2d Reef M. T. Sail. A Brig ahead standing about N. W. Distance, 70. Lat. observed, 42.20. Long. 37.2. Thursday, June 2d. Wind S. W. B. W. and W. Fresh Breezes and mostly Cloudy Weather. Wind W. S. W. In 2d Reef M. T. Sail, Fresh Gale, handed F.

T. Sail. Set F. T. Sail. Weather a little more moderate. Spoke a Brig



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