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Daily allowance of each person | Total quan [[underlined]]for 50 days 11 person [[/underlined]]
1 lb pemmican - - - | 550
4 oz. hash when boiled & [[burn??]] | 137 1/2
12 oz. biscuit | 418 1/2
1/4 oz. tea | 8 1/2
1/2 oz. Sugar | 17
1 oz. pounded biscuit | 34 1/2
1/4 pint of rum its equivalent of concentrated rum  | 115
Weekly 3 ozs of tobacco | 15

For the party of 11
2 lbs fuel (spirits of [[??]]) or better | 110
Salt 4 lbs pepper 2 lbs. | 6
Lemon-juice & sugar 15 lbs
allowance for [[??]] | 85
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 weight of provisions -              1487 lbs
""[[dittos for: weight of]] equipment 590
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Total weight equip complete          2077
Bring 207 3/4 lbs per men

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French whaling vessel preserving food
thus - skinning them - taking out entrails then placing them in bags - pouring boiling fat upon them [[circled]] 197 [[/circled]]

In the 1st place I would [[strikethrough]] recommend [[/strikethrough]] unhesitatingly recommend the [[underline]] entire exclusion [[/underline]] of all kinds of salted meats from the list convinced as I am from long experience & close attention to the effects of such food that it proves thru its indigestibility & deficient nutrient properties injurious to the system etc. 
For the Cormanth [[circled]] 223 [[/circled]] 13 13 1854

Pemberland Sound
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Transcription Notes:
In paragraph on second page, re-evaluated the phrase "...& defiant nutrient properties..." I altered this to "... & deficient nutrient properties..."

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