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20 [[in margin]] ION [[\in margin]] Also affidavit in regard to [[red underline]] refusal to grant additional licence in England. [[/red underline]] Then rebuttal testimony in [[red underline]] Bakelite [[/red underline]] trademark interference Then came [[red underline]] Kirk Brown [[/red underline]] and Dyer Smith in regard to interference of [[red underline]] Acetaldehyde patent adjustment. [[/red underline]] Then lunch to Cosmos Club, then with Dr. [[red underline]] Austin Clark [[/red underline]] and Dr. [[red underline]] David Fairchild [[/red underline]] to Ion where Arthur [[red underline]] Bullard [[/red underline]] and Major [[red underline]] Sutton [[/red underline]] joined us till sunset. Pleasant weather, bright sky. Barometer at 7.30P.M. = 30.1" Townsend came aboard [[end page]] [[start page]] 21 [[in margin]] ION [[\in margin]] about 9P.M. to be ready early next morning. Nov 6. 1920 Saturday. Started with 120 gals. gasoline in main tank. No wind. Barometer 30.25" rather cool. Low haze over the river. Engine started 6.35A.M. and anchor lifted soon afterward near Mount Vernon had to drop anchor for 30 minutes fog being too thick. Then clearing Pas'd Clinton Point 11.20A.M Tide against us. Slight northern breeze. Beautiful weather, foliage still on the trees. At 1.25P.M. Barometer 30.3" Temperature in bow cabin 62F Persimmons shoal Spindle 1.30P.M. Steer 135 degrees Marg. (0 declimation) to 3P.M. Bell Buoy Cobb Point Channel course to 122 degrees marg + 1 degree deviation = 123 degrees compass at 4.10P.M. Pass Beacon Lower Machodoc Creek off Cole's Point and anchored in little
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