28 – Hot day, Thunder after Dinner with a light Shower ~ Went to Town, returned to Dine, met Mrs. Wirgman & Ann Peters who also staid Tea & Mrs. T went home with the former, as did Miss Meroney- Mr. Hu Thompson call’d in the evg.
From the journal of Captain Henry Thompson, June 28, 1814. Courtesy the Friends of Clifton.
Came to An Anchor in the Harbour of St Juan Porto Rico.
From the journal of the Privateer Armed Schooner Lawrence, June 28, 1814. Maryland Historical Magazine, Volume 3, Number 2, June 1908, p. 171-176.
First part of these 24 hours pleasant breezes and clear weather at 5 PM. Called all hands to quarters to Exercise the guns. At 8 took in the Main topsail and reefed the Fore Topsail and took in the Flying Jib at 10 do took in the Fore Topsail.
Middle part light winds and clear—weather at 4 AM set of Topsail and Flying Jib.
Latter part fine windy and clear weather, People employed at ships duty.
From the Schooner Mammoth Logs, 1814. MS 3082, H. Furlong Baldwin Library, Maryland Historical Society.