been dry as the day. On this one quite a dew is falling.
The bark seen last Sunday, still in sight (Norwegian)
seems to be love making with a British ship. They keep
together,+ boats pass often between them. Not a bad
looking young woman with white bask and blue dress
skirt on board the Englishman.
Monday May 19. A.M. Sight Victory  + Barren islands 
westward, P.M. Riabu , southern most of Anamba Ids .
Lat. 2º7’ N. Long. 108 miles, best run since
leaving Amsterdam I . 
Monday May 26. Lat. 9º26 N Lon. 109º29 E. 10 A.M.
A water spout in the north east. Fresh breeze.
May 27. 2 ½ A.M. Fireball at the mizzen truck.
during lightening squall. Lat. 11º22 N. Lon.110º27’E.
Sunday June 1. 8.A.M Heavy squall from W.S.W
rainy weather. Passed a ship bound south.
Lat. 18º41’ N. Long. 114º19 East.
Tuesday June 3. After last midnight stood off and on,
Till daylight disclosed the the Ladrone island  right ahead.
Took Chinese pilot and stood in. through fog and rain
that cleared away in the forenoon. A water spout passed
across our bows, very near us. Anchored in Hong Kong
Harbor at 6 P.M. Heavy blow in the night.