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eating only the heart & liver - both raw. He seemed to relish it greatly - but could eat no more.
On Saturday last "Cudlargo" was carried on deck than he might enjoy the sunshine & the air for a while. He desired that a tent should be errected [[insertion]] on deck [[/insertion]] & that he should be allowed to remain [[strikethrough]] up on deck [[/strikethrough]] in it. Up comes the Capt. doing all that he can do for "Cudlargo"- We all regret that we cannot do something to help him - something to save him.  He is a noble fellow - has endeared himself to all who have become acquainted with his qualities.  He is a fine specimen of his people.
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Tuesday, June 26th 1860.

At midnight I went upon deck & found the whole North illuminated- not by the Aurora Borealis - but by reflection of the Sun's rays. The northern sky presented the appearance of a Sun-set, 20 minutes past. I could hardly believe my eyes, & my position [[insertion]] as to the points of the compass [[/insertion]] for some time. It did not seem that the morning Sun could this early be approaching in the East - nor did it seem that the direction, whence the brightness, was [[underlined]] either the East or West. [[/underlined]] [[strikethrough]] I looked I [[consulted?]] my loss [[/strikethrough]].  I stepped to the binnacle - found [[strikethrough]] both [[/strikethrough]] the compass agreed with my senses & system, thus establishing the pleasing fact of a Northern Sun! Though I [[were conversant?]] with the theory of the Planetary System, yet I had little thought of the beautiful variety of [[insertion]] sun [[/insertion]] scenes presented to the view of man between [[insertion]]the [[/insertion]]Latitudes of 
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