on July 21st
This 24 hours commences with fresh breezes and cloudy weather. At 12 AM captured the British Schooner Brothers, Anthony Winson master, from Dartmouth, on a fishing voyage. Put Mr. Chipman and family with the six prisoners on board, and ordered her into the first port. At 4 PM fell in with and boarded the French brig Index, Capt. Lefony, from Greenville, fishing. Having the Bourbon Flag hoisted. At 4 PM (or AM?) made sail.

Middle and latter part moderate Breezes and fair weather. Got a good observation.

From the Schooner Mammoth Logs, 1814. MS 3082, H. Furlong Baldwin Library, Maryland Historical Society.

on July 20th
The first part of this day commences with fresh breezes and squally weather. Attended with rain and a heavy sea from the Westward. At 8 PM sounded in 23 fathoms of water.

Middle part same.

Latter Part light breezes and cloudy weather. At 11 AM Boarded the French Sch. Maria from St. Malo(er). Capt. Neil on a Fishing Voyage out 45 days. Permitted her to go on. She had the Bourbon flag hoisted.

From the Schooner Mammoth Logs, 1814. MS 3082, H. Furlong Baldwin Library, Maryland Historical Society.

on July 19th
The first part of these 24 hours commences with light breezes and foggy weather. at 15 minutes PM fell in with and captured the British Rig Britannia. Capt. Snow, from St. Andrew, bound to Liverpool (Eng.), loaded with Lumber. Took out the prisoners, 6 in number, and burnt her. at 4 PM filled away and made sail. Head. as per Log.

Middle and latter part same. Took in and made sail as occasion required.

No obs.n this day

From the Schooner Mammoth Logs, 1814. MS 3082, H. Furlong Baldwin Library, Maryland Historical Society.