Bounty Logbook Remarks, Jul. 6, 1788
Saturday, Jul. 5, 1788
1:00 pm Fresh Gale and dark Cloudy Weather.
Squally and threatning bad
Weather. Down Top Gallant
yards & close
Reefed the Topsails.
10:00 pm Very severe
Squalls and Lightning which
obliged us to furl all but the
Sunday, Jul. 6, 1788
1:00 am Very heavy Rain Thunder & Lightning
5:00 am Light breezes and a
confused Sea. Made Sail up
main Top Gallant yard, out
and set Fore & Fore Top Mast Steering sail
8:00 am Fair Weather and Cloudy. Mustered the ships Company
saw them all Clean. Read the Articles of War Served Fresh mutton to all Hands
12:00 pm Fair Weather and much Head Sea. Some Albatrosses
and Sheerwaters about.