|H||K||F||Courses||Winds||Rems. Thursday 14th May 1789 In the Bountys Launch.|
|1||4||Wt||SBW||Fresh Breezes and cloudy. This afternoon got our cloaths tolerably dry|
|6||4||"||"||Served 1/24 of a lb of Bread and a Jill of water for Supper to each person|
|8||4||"||"||Wind freshening and Shipping water so that we are all wet again.|
|12||4||"||"||Cold and wet.|
|6||3||4||"||"||Saw Islands. O from SWBS 8 leags. a P NWBW¾W
Q the largest with two remarkable Hills WBS¾S 7 leags.
and a Smaller Island with a high Sugar Loaf Peak W¾S
4 or 5 leags..|
Served 1/24 lb of Bread and a Jill of water for Breakfast.
Cloudy Wr. The Sugar Loaf Peak and Isld. P in one at
S½E dist from Isld. P
Isld. Q SSW½W.
We now discovered a rocky Key NWBN
4 leags. and another Isld. R
West about 8 leags.
the whole being Six in number. Land fertile and woody.
Isld. O not in sight. Steered for Isld. R.|
Served 1/24 lb of Bread and a Jill of water for Dinner.
Constantly shipping water and very wet suffering much cold and shivering in the night. Served the usual allowance of 1/24 lb Bread and a Jill of water three times a day.
At 6 In the Morning I discovered Islands from SWBS 8 leagues to NWBW¾ 6 leagues which I soon after found to be four all of them high and remarkable. At Noon I discovered a Rocky Key NWBN 4 leagues and another Island West 8 leagues so that the whole were 6 in Number, the four I had first seen bearing from S½E to SWBS distant 3 leagues from the nearest Island.