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Grieve & Bremner

Tuesday 29th April 1828 Dark foggy weather in the morning wind from the south to N.W. blowing a fresh breeze from the latter points in the afternoon it cleared away and wind changed to S.W. and W.S.W. pleasant breeze and cold all day harbor nearly filled with drift ice the ice going out of the bay quite rapid Mr. Stoneman launched his Sloop this day called the Agnes Ann she went off well the sight was really gratifying to the spectators who were assembled for the occasion.

Source: Trinity Historical Society

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