Posted by: Karlee A. Turner | November 6, 2011

November 6, 1846

Whaling wifeMary Brewster, FRIDAY [Nov.] 6th [1846]: “Fresh winds rugged and cold. In a few days I am in hopes we shall have it better as my husband has altered his course and we are bound south to St. Marguerita Bay [on the west shore of Lower/Baja, CA]. He intended going up to coast to Bodegas [north of San Francisco Bay] to see if he could find whale but the weather is cold and rough. I am sick most of the time and the ship is crank and all things considerable he thinks he will try to find some place where we can spend four or five months pleasanter.   LAT. 34.58   LONG. 134.54.”

Martha Brown did not make a journal entry on this date in 1848.

Mary Lawrence did not make any journal entries between Nov. 6 – 12, 1857.

Eliza Williams did not make any journal entries between Oct. 30 – Nov. 9, 1859

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