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Monday 14th April 1828 Wind from the N.N.W. to north and N.E. quick breeze all day thick foggy weather and tolerable mild with a short interval of sunshine latter part. Bait skiff Furrage, seal pelt collecting. Skiff Diver was launched and brought from the south side this day it fell perfectly clam at close of this day.

Source: Trinity Historical Society

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