Under Sail and in Port in the Glorious 1850's: Being the Journal from 1 May to 3 October 1852 Kept by Charlotte A. Page ; Also Excerpts from Journal and Letters Written 20 September 1856 to 30 January 1857 by Alvin R. Page
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9 o'clock arose this morning arrived ashore August Bahamas bark beautiful blowing board the ship boat Boston breakfast breeze built cabin calm Cape Cod Capt Captain Cummings Captain Josiah Captain William cargo Charlotte clipper ship commenced cotton crew David Crockett dinner feet Fisher forenoon four o'clock Friday Gulf Stream half past Havana heavy sea hour ice cream Joseph Cummings journal July June Liverpool Mary Massachusetts Menai Bridge Menai Suspension Bridge merchant miles Mobile Mobile Bay Monday night nine o'clock November October Orleans passed piano pilot pleasant porpoises port ride river River Mersey sang and played Sarah Crosby Saturday September September 26 sewed ship George Washington ships in sight shore six o'clock spent the day squall stayed steamboat steamer stewardess strong fair wind Sunday supper Thursday tons took my walk topsails Tuesday tugboat voyage Wales walk on deck walked the deck warm day weather Wednesday wrecked York