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Friday 17th July 1840 – Fine, Dry, & warm moderate wind from S.W. – sheer hulk of schooner Anna got round to the slip for the purpose of being hauled up into dock for undergoing repairs J.B.G. & C.o. Cutter Bee, Answorth; from New Perlican – his Lordship, the Bishop of Newfoundland. (A.G. Spencer with the Roman Catholic Clergyman Jas. Morris, & Mr. Fennell passengers – Afternoon wind S.W. Dry & warm evening wind due from S.W. fine, clear & warm – fishery prosperous this day – hauling up broken down bulk of schooner “Anna” which was nearly completed at 12 o’clock at night.

Source: Trinity Historical Society

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