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Grieve & Bremner

Tuesday 31st July 1827 Wind from the north to N.E. latter part of the day about E. N.E. dry for fore part of the day dull, cold, foggy weather with a little rain in the evening it cleared away quite fine and almost clam looking at length for a shift of wind and fine weather so much to be desired no bait, caplin appears to have left the shores perhaps only partially fish is still plenty there were some lance hauled by persons at E. Harbour on which fish was procured  skiff diver, Jas. Hill, fish collecting. launched the large boat Lark & brot her over from the south side after having given her a full caulking & intending her to go fish collecting schooner Eliza bending sails also for fish collecting.

Source: Trinity Historical Society

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