Posted by: Karlee A. Turner | October 27, 2012

27th October 1847

Mary Brewster,WEDNESDAY [Oct.] 27th [1847]: “Warm and sultry all the morning, scarcely a breath of air. Busy in working [making?] a watch case — Soon after dinner heard the noise, Where? give us, give us an iron. A sunfish was close tot he ship. I could not keep [from] laughing at the earnestness of all hands to have him killed, which was soon done and he hoisted in. For tea had some of it which in taste resembles lobster. Latter part a breeze sprung up and the change is very refreshing.   LAT. 23.06   LONG. 162.9 West.”

Mary Lawrence (1858) made nojournal entries between October 16 – November 29, 1858; while staying at Honolulu.

Eliza Williams (1860) made no journal entries between October 19 – 31, 1860.

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