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[[pencil]] [[1?]] - Each 40 [[/pencil]] [[end page]] [[start page]] Sunday Eve, June 17, 1860. On board "George Henry" Latitude 50° - 00' N. Longitude 48° - 30' W. I commence herewith a daily record of the more interesting events that may transpire until my arrival at Holsteinsborg, Greenland as well as a record of such thoughts as may be deemed by me worthy. . This is the third Sabbath on board Bark "George Henry" since leaving the [[States?]]. Our progress since crossing the Grand Banks of Newfoundland has been inconsiderable owing to the Calm & Head winds that have prevailed. It is the design & desire of Capt Buddington to spend the 4 [[superscript]] th [[superscript]] of July in Holsteinborg. Unless more favourable winds prevail, we shall fail to reach that position
Transcribed the [[pencil]] notes as they seem to be in different handwriting and the TC will want to know this.
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