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23115th. (Adams Papers)
Still a fine wind. Yesterday, we ran 50 leagues, and in all probability we shall not do less to...
23218th. (Adams Papers)
Our wind is still good but is almost all gone, and we have not run more than 20 or 25 leagues,...
23320th. (Adams Papers)
Continual calms. Our passage will I fear be a very long one. We have fine weather, but we would...
23424th. (Adams Papers)
We have been for several days in the trade winds: But have had calm weather till yesterday...
23528th. (Adams Papers)
Fine Wind, and good weather. We have for several days run between 40 and 50 leagues every day. In...
23630th. (Adams Papers)
The weather is very good, but the winds begin to be very variable as we approach to the term of...
237[July 1785] (Adams Papers)
Calm weather all day. In the evening it began to lighten, and our thunder spire was fix’d; this...
238Friday July 1st. 1785. (Adams Papers)
Calm weather all day. In the evening it began to lighten, and our thunder spire was fix’d; this...
2394th. (Adams Papers)
Calm weather continually: and so warm that it is almost insupportable. We still esteem ourselves...
2407th. (Adams Papers)
At length we have reason to hope that an end is put to the calms with which we have been almost...