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[[pre-printed]] 6 [[/pre-printed]] fight. while the very next moment they embrace each other and talk in endearing fashion. Drove to the [[red underline]] boat - same that brought me here. [[/red underline]] First passport examined then examination of baggage for export duty. Same fat bowlegged hollering Arab, yelling and shrieking to the other crowd of which he is the foreman. Sailed about 2 P.M. Nice sunny weather & N.W. breeze, but empty narrow beamed boats rolls badly in the swells. This boat is built for speed and carries little cargo and seems to be so [[red underline]] poorly ballasted [[/red underline]] that if the [[red underline]] few passengers [[/red underline]] stand all on one side of the boat, she lists decidedly [[end page]] [[start page]] [[pre-printed]] 7 [[/pre-printed]] Long yarn in smoking room with chief engineer and third officer. The [[red underline]] ship has its fore and after decks full with Morroccan sheep and carries some cattle below. [[/red underline]] [[strikethrough]] Stewar [[/strikethrough]] Officers are British and O.K. But stewards and servant crew are [[red underline]] Spanish and n.g. lazy and stupid and dirty. [[/red underline]] April 16. Nice and sunny weather. Stopt at [[red underline]] Tangier [[/red underline]] for several hours to let off passengers, [[red underline]] unload some sheep. [[/red underline]] The latter were bunched 8 in a bunch, and [[red underline]] rope straps put around their horns [[/red underline]] and each bunch of sheep hoisted and lowered by the winch in large smooth sided, double ended lighters with solid hulls entirely smooth sided inside. [[red underline]] Sheep made no noise [[/red underline]]
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