22 – Very fine day & cool, Wind N.W. – Went to Town, return’d to dinner, after which Mr. Lorman call’d & we rode over to the Meadows which he admires very much ~
From the journal of Captain Henry Thompson, July 22, 1814. Courtesy the Friends of Clifton.
Latt 80° 20′ N, Long 69° 25′. Spoke the Hazard, Wiley, Master, from Philadelphia to Porto Eico, out 9 days.
From the journal of the Privateer Armed Schooner Lawrence, July 22, 1814. Maryland Historical Magazine, Volume 3, Number 2, June 1908, p. 171-176.
on July 22nd
These 24 hours commences with light breezes and clear weather. At 1 PM thick Fog. At 8 PM took in sail. At 9 PM fresh gales. The Batt. Rope up the Flying Jib parted and split the Sail unbent it and set the Sailmaker to repair it.
Latter part light Breeze, Same pleasant Weather… made sail accordingly
From the Schooner Mammoth Logs, 1814. MS 3082, H. Furlong Baldwin Library, Maryland Historical Society.