THE HONOURABLE EAST INDIA COMPANY SERVICE

SHIP

DATE

LATITUDE

LONGITUDE

ENTRY

Horsenden 1761

Sat 14 Nov

First entry in log

Horsenden 1762

Sat 13 Feb

Fresh gales as before with heavy rain and snow. Rec'd on board 30 baggs of bread with several things for the boatswain being ship's stores. Employ'd delivering 33 casks of poweder, 33 casks of flower (sic) and 23 coils of cordage on account of ye Hon Comp and some Private Trade of Captain & officers.

Horsenden 1762

Wed 17 Feb

Strong gales at SSW and cloudy weather. Rec'd on board 25 tons of flints on acct of ye Captain.

Horsenden 1762

Sat 20 Feb

Fresh gales. Deliver'd on acct Hon Co 1 chest of small arms and a bag of shot. Rec'd of Hon Co 5 chests of silver coin. Stow'd them in ye bread room.

Horsenden 1762

Sun 21 Feb

People employed levelling the flints in ye main hold.

Horsenden 1762

Fri 26 Feb

Came on board Capt Durant ship's husband to pay ye river pay. Rec'd for Capt Stewart 1 chest of silver coin.

Horsenden 1762

Sun 28 Feb

Wore away and unmoored at 7 weighed and made sail from ye Hope. At 12 came too. Wore away to 1/2 a cable and hoisted in the longboats and pinnace.

Horsenden 1762

Tues 2 March

Fresh gale at ENE with hard squalls and rain. Came down Harcourt Capt Morrison.

Horsenden 1762

Thurs 4 March

Moderate weather. AM up lower yards and top gall't masts. 1 pm weighed with wind at NNW. 3 pm past Spaynard Buoy. Came too in Waistcoat Bay. Wore away a whole cable. The town of Margarette.

Horsenden 1762

Fri 5 March

Came to in the Downs. Deal Castle bearing NNW. Found riding there the Prince Commodore Moor with Elizabeth Capt Stewart. [See Public Advertiser 11 March & 15 March 1762]

Horsenden 1762

Mon 15 March

At 9 am the Commodore made signals to weigh and at 1/4 past weighed in company with ye Fleet. At 10 hove too for ye Harcourt and Winchelsea. Land in sight Dover Castle NNW.

Horsenden 1762

Sun 21 March

Arrogant made signal for the convoy to ye Westward. Clear'd ship and got everything ready for ye veag (voyage?). Rec'd on board 14 sacks of coin.

Horsenden 1762

Thur 25 March

Portsmouth

Horsenden 1762

Fri 26 March

Commodore made signal to weigh. Made sail in comp'y with His Majesty's ships the Arrogant and Royal William. Also the Drake Capt Smith; Elizabeth, Capt Stewart; Hardwick Capt Sampson; Harcourt Capt Morrison; Winchelsea Capt Howe and Hector Capt Williams East Indiamen. 6 pm made sail Dunnose bearing West (?) of the ships at Spithead. Distance of shore 5 or 6 miles. 8 am Bill of Portland. At noon Berry Head. Start Point 5 leagues off shore. (88 miles sailed)

Horsenden 1762

Sat 27 March

At noon Lizard bow NNW. Distance 8 or 9 leagues. In company with the fleet.

Horsenden 1762

Sun 28 March

At 1/2 past 2 pm the Dodman Point. In company as before. (69 miles)

Horsenden 1762

Mon 29 March

Spoke with Surprize Capt Junor (?) from Merseyside taken by Adm Pocock under convoy of His Majesty's ship the Vanguard. (60 miles)

Horsenden 1762

Tues 30 March

Hard gales

Horsenden 1762

Wed 31 March

Saw the Lizard 5 leagues. Dodman Point.

Horsenden 1762

Thurs 1 April

4911 N

In Company with the Fleet. Fresh gales, rain, hard squalls. 64 mls.

Horsenden 1762

Sat 3 April

4838

97 mls. Strong gales, confused sea.

Horsenden 1762

04-Apr

487

In Company with the Fleet. Cloudy, hard squalls. 75 mls

Horsenden 1762

10-Apr

4228

In Company with the Fleet. Pleasant gales, light airs.

Horsenden 1762

Mon 12 April

3953

(Parts from Commodore & Royal William). At 10 am I opened the pacquet from the Secret (?) Committee to be opened on leaving the convoy. In presence of my first and second officers. At noon Capt Sansome made signal for parting company with the Winchelsea and Hector bound for Madeira. (151 miles)

Horsenden 1762

Wed 14 April

36 N

(10 am sees a ship which he assumes to be Elizabeth.) As soon as she was near enough to me made the Company signal which she did not answer. Clear'd ship immediately and called all hands to muster and fired a stern chacer (!) at her upon which she bore away. At daylight found it to be a snow under Dutch colours. 89 miles.

Horsenden 1762

Sat 17 April

3245

Stay'd the masts and set the rigging fore and aft. Got 4 of lower deck and 6 quarter decks (guns) forward to trim the ship. Find she goes better. Light breezes. 15 mls

Horsenden 1762

Tues 20 April

2953

Kept a hand on the foreyard all night to look out for Salvagies (?) Rocks. 15 mls. In company

Horsenden 1762

Wed 21 April

2814

Kept a good look out all night for Canary Islands. Pleasant gales. 126 miles.(Plain sailing in company)

Horsenden 1762

Mon 26 April

1623

Moved empty butts forward, filled with salt water to get ship by the head, she going worse than she did. 104 miles

Horsenden 1762

Fri 30 April

1840

Pleasant trade. 110 miles.

Horsenden 1762

Tues 4 May

49 N

Light breezes. In company. 45 miles

Horsenden 1762

Fri 7 May

229N

Hazy weather. Light breezes. 37 miles. In company.

Horsenden 1762

Tues 11 May

03 S

Fair weather. People picking oakum. 60 miles. (Crossed equator)

Horsenden 1762

Thurs 13 May

213 S

Sailmaker at work on second best fore topsail. Increasing gale. 75 miles.

Horsenden 1762

Fri 14 May

354 S

Filled 10 butts with salt water to keep the ship by the Head. In company. 111 miles.

Horsenden 1762

Mon 17 May

89 S

(Loses contact with Hardwick, Harcourt & Elizabeth. Only with Drake.) Put on all sail to try to catch up. 75 miles.

Horsenden 1762

Sat 22 May

1836 S

In company. 111 miles. Pleasant gale. Fair weather.

Horsenden 1762

Thurs 27 May

2453 S

Hard squalls. In company. 99 miles.

Horsenden 1762

Sun 30 May

2636 S

AM Found the Hounds (?) of the main topmast gone and cross trees slipp'd down struck him immediately and the carpenter fitted new one. At noon fidded (sic) him again. Shifted the topsail with the second best. In company with Drake. 55 miles.

Horsenden 1762

Fri 4 June

2720 S

In company. Fair weather & smooth water. 57 miles.

Horsenden 1762

Tues 8 June

34 S

Strong gales. In company. 157 miles.

Horsenden 1762

Thurs 10 June

3452

Increasing gales. The Drake carried away her main yard and (we) shortened sail for her. A large following sea. 218 miles!

Horsenden 1762

Fri 11 June

At 1/2 past 6 am saw a strange sail, distance 3 leagues, standing after us. Clear'd ship and got everything ready for engaging. At 7 she made the Company's signal at which we answered after which she hoisted English colours, as we did also. Being obliged to go under an easy sail for the Drake and the stranger crowding all the sail she could carry, came fast up with us. At noon, not above 4 miles a stern, we take her to be the Grosvenor, Capt Partington. 183 miles.

Horsenden 1762

Sat 12 June

3423

At 3 pm spoke the stranger ship which is the Grosvenor east Indiaman from Madeira to Madras and China. 130 miles.

Horsenden 1762

Wed 16 June

3527 S

In company with Drake. 212 miles.

Horsenden 1762

Sat 19 June

36

A great deal of lightning. 151 miles.

Horsenden 1762

Sun 20 June

3628 S

I judge Cape Laguellas to bear above NE 14 leagues. 176 miles.

Horsenden 1762

Thurs 24 June

3627

PM shifted the fore topsail with the old one to repair the band of the 3rd reef, finding the band to be mould from the dampness of the bread room, had a charcoal fire made in it. Caulking the quarter deck of poop. 106 miles.

Horsenden 1762

Mon 28 June

3728

Hard gales, violent squalls. Look out all night for the Bank that has been seen. 174 miles.

Horsenden 1762

Thurs 1 July

3716

Violent squalls with hail. Confused sea makes ship labour very much. 197 miles.

Horsenden 1762

Mon 5 July

We have seen by the log the last 30 days 4,500 miles.

Horsenden 1762

Tues 6 July

3712

Fresh gale. 193 miles.

Horsenden 1762

Sat 10 July

3622

Great deal of lightning. Split main top sail. Bent another. 178 miles.

Horsenden 1762

Wed 14 July

333

Hazey weather. 118 miles.

Horsenden 1762

Sun 18 July

3017

Light airs & calms. 48 miles.

Horsenden 1762

Tues 20 July

2715 S

Abundance of birds about the ship. Almatross's (sic) Pantardores and Shearwaters. 176 miles.

Horsenden 1762

Wed 21 July

2458

Birds have left us. 155 mls.

Horsenden 1762

Fri 23 July

1930

In the night kept a strict lookout for Cloats (?) Island. At daylight saw a sail ahead with her foremast gone standing as we do. At noon came up with her, made comp'y signal which she answered. Soon after spoke her and found her to be Harcourt who that morning had sprung her foretopmast. Agreed to keep him company. 200 miles.

Horsenden 1762

Mon 26 July

2817

In company with Harcourt. 185 miles.

Horsenden 1762

Wed 28 July

2886

Saw the island of Java. 76 miles.

Horsenden 1762

Sun 1 Aug

(Identified) Prince's Island & island of Crocatoa NE 7 or 8 leagues.

Horsenden 1762

Mon 2 Aug

Island of Serigni (Thwart the Way or Zutphen Isles.) [p410]

Horsenden 1762

Tues 3 Aug

(Sends longboat a shore for water. Stays until Fri 6 Aug taking on water and fresh beef and scraping ship's sides.) Pay'd them with turpentine.

Horsenden 1762

Fri 6 Aug

Anchored near the Plassey country ship Capt Hague from Batavia bound for Bencoolen. Rec'd on board 2 leagues of Arrack for the ship's company.

Horsenden 1762

Mon 9 Aug

anchored.

At sunrise St Nicholas Point , North Island. (Sumatra coast near Logock Pt. N of Zutphen Isles.) Found here the Elizabeth Capt Stewart. AM sent the carpenter and his crew on shore on the N arm of the Sisters to cut wood. At 4 pm the pinnace and yawl made each a trip with wood. At 5 sent them for the second but when the pinnace got close in shore, the crew consisting of seven men hove the officer overboard and made their escape with the boat, the officer was afterwards through accident taken up by another boat. Immediately upon intelligence arm'd the yawl and sent Second Mate (Biddlecombe) with 8 more officers in pursuit of the deserters. [Mutiny]

Horsenden 1762

Tues 10 Aug

anchored

At 1 pm the 2nd Mate returned with the yawl but neither saw nor could get the least intelligence of the pinnace or deserters.

Horsenden 1762

Fri 13 Aug

St Nicholas Point and the extream of the Sumatran shore. In company with Elizabeth & Harcourt. 22 miles.

Horsenden 1762

Sun 15 Aug

At sunset the Two Brothers. 26 miles. [p413]

Horsenden 1762

Mon 16 Aug

Past a chinese junk. Caulker finished caulking Gun Room. 77 miles.

Horsenden 1762

Tues 17 Aug

Island of Lucepara. Sees ship with Dutch colours. Takes many soundings. Mount Parmasan.(Parmissang on Isle of Banca) [p414,419]

Horsenden 1762

Thurs 19 Aug

10 miles off Sumatra.

Horsenden 1762

Fri 20 Aug

6 pm Monopin Hill. (West end of Isle of Banca) Opening of Pulumbam (Palambam) river. Distance from Sumatra shore 5 miles. For mutinous and ?? to myself on the quarterdeck, gave William Long seaman 1 dozen lashes at the gangway and put him in irons. [Mutiny]

Horsenden 1762

Sat 21 Aug

Released William Long, he acknowledging himself guilty of a very great crime and promising to behave with sobriety in future. 63 miles.

Horsenden 1762

Sun 22 Aug

021 N

Take my departure from Poule (Pulo) Taya. In company. 86 miles.

Horsenden 1762

Tues 24 Aug

353 N

Saw Pullo Auro. Pullo Timoan (Pulo Tioman or Timon). In company. 94 miles.

Horsenden 1762

Fri 27 Aug

836 N

Saw Island of Pullo Condore. In company. Pleasant gales. 123 miles.

Horsenden 1762

Sat 28 Aug

108 N

Saw Pullo Sapata (Sappita) 145 miles.

Horsenden 1762

Thurs 2 Sept

189 N

At sunset the clouds all round us were so tinged with red that the whole element appeared as fires. 39 miles.

Horsenden 1762

Wed 8 Sept

2127

1.30 pm the Great Ladroon. At noon the island Colong. At 1/2 past 10 came on board and took charge of the ship Oupeang Pilot. 39 miles.

Horsenden 1762

Fri 10 Sept

High peaks of Linton and island of Beyou.

Horsenden 1762

Sat 11 Sept

Passed through the Bocar Tygris (the Bogue). Came too below the 2nd barr. In 5 fathom of water. At 5 am hoisted out the longboat. At 1/2 past 11 Alex Hurria (?) Esq supercargoe set out for Canton. Saluted him with 9 guns.

Horsenden 1762

Sun 12 sept

Whampoa

Crossed 1st barr. Anchored 2 miles below Danes Island. Riding here 2 Danish ships and the True Britton Capt Beaton. Saluted him with 9 guns.

Horsenden 1762

Thurs 16 Sept

Whampoa

John Murray seaman departed this life. Sent on shore the body of the deceased to be interred.

Horsenden 1762

Fri 17 Sept

Whampoa

Delivered 5 chests of treasure belonging to ye Company and some Private Trade.

Horsenden 1762

October

Whampoa

Horsenden 1762

Tues 12 Oct

Whampoa

Rec'd on board 12 whole and 78 half chests of China ware and some belonging to Capt Marter and his officers. 200 chests of Bohea tea.

Horsenden 1762

Mon 18 Oct

Whampoa

150 whole & 80 half chests of Bohea tea.

Horsenden 1762

Thurs 21 Oct

Whampoa

200 chests tea

Horsenden 1762

Sat 23 Oct

Whampoa

200 chests tea

Horsenden 1762

Mon 25 Oct

Whampoa

200 chests tea.

Horsenden 1762

November

Whampoa

Horsenden 1762

16-Nov

Advice came by Essex Capt Jackson who is arrived at Macao that Manilla was taken by Admiral Cornish and Col Draper upon which fired 9 guns. [Philippines]

Horsenden 1762

13-Dec

200 small Congo, 400 small Singlo, 25 nankeen cloath, 2 boxes china ware

Horsenden 1762

15-Dec

823 small chests of Singlo

Horsenden 1762

17-Dec

724 large & small chests of tea.

Horsenden 1762

27-Dec

Whampoa

2nd barr.

Horsenden 1763

Tues 11 Jan

2018

Sets sail in company with True Britton. 97 miles.

Horsenden 1763

Wed 12 Jan

18 N

159 miles. Strong gales.

Horsenden 1763

Fri 14 Jan

1350 N

Strong gales. 157 miles.

Horsenden 1763

Sun 16 Jan

925 N

Looks for Pullo Sapatta "but saw nothing of it."

Horsenden 1763

Tues 18 Jan

528 N

Pleasant gale. 170 miles.

Horsenden 1763

Thurs 20 Jan

Saw Pullo Timoan. At 8 am True Britton made signal to anchor. At 6 True Britton made signal for all commanders. I went on board when agreed to weigh and make sail for the next Randezvous(sic). Steerd for Pullo Auro, the swell being great.

Horsenden 1763

Fri 21 Jan

Pullo Auro

At 3 pm passed by Pullo Pisang. At 5 pm anchored at Pullo Auro (Aro). Sent longboat for water.

Horsenden 1763

Mon 24 Jan

Pullo Auro

Opened my orders from the Secret Committee. To be opened if I did not join HM ships at Pullo Timoan or Auro. [Packet]

Horsenden 1763

24-Jan

Pullo Auro

Departs Pullo Auro.

Horsenden 1763

Wed 26 Jan

In Company with True Britton, Royal Charlotte, Royal Captain & Harcourt. 106 miles.

Horsenden 1763

Thurs 27 Jan

Monopin Hill. Patacarrang Point. 126 miles.

Horsenden 1763

Fri 28 Jan

4pm Monopin Hill. At 8 the largest of Nanka Islands. Sumatra 8 miles.

Horsenden 1763

Sat 29 Jan

Lucepara Point on Sumatran shore. 2 Brothers seen. 89 miles.

Horsenden 1763

Sun 30 Jan

Passed 2 Brothers at 2 pm. (E. of Sumatra and Shabander Shoals) 3 miles from the Sisters. Got out the longboat and sent her for wood and water. Found riding there a Dutch ship and a small sloop.

Horsenden 1763

Mon 31 Jan

At North Island.

Horsenden 1763

Tues 1 Feb

At North Island.

Horsenden 1763

Wed 2 Feb

The first point of Java. Extreams of Prince's Island. 51 miles.

Horsenden 1763

Thurs 3 Feb

646 S

I take my departure from Java Head. (Sails steadily in company). 52 miles.

Horsenden 1763

Fri 4 Feb

815

58 miles

Horsenden 1763

Thurs 10 Feb

1135 S

Light breezes. 37 miles. In Company.

Horsenden 1763

Mon 14 Feb

1420

Faint trade. Large swell. 101 miles.

Horsenden 1763

Sat 19 Feb

1856

Drizling (sic) rain. In company. 185 miles.

Horsenden 1763

Wed 23 Feb

21 26 S

Pleasant gale. In company. 190 miles.

Horsenden 1763

Sun 27 Feb

2344 S

Departed this life Jean Baptiste Begarrie belonging to the French East India Company, prisoner of war, of an inflammation in his head. 116 miles.

Horsenden 1763

Tues 1 March

2444

Departed this life John Crowe Purser. I find myself 36 months this logg to the 1st of acct. 100 miles.

Horsenden 1763

Mon 7 March

2724 S

80 miles. Fair weather. Lightning.

Horsenden 1763

Fri 11 Mar

2959 S

52 miles. Light breezes.

Horsenden 1763

Tues 15 March

3157

47 miles. Light breezes.

Horsenden 1763

Sat 19 March

3356 S

55 miles. In company. Light breezes. Thunder & lightning.

Horsenden 1763

Wed 23 March

3558

In company. Fair weather. Large sea. 56 miles.

Horsenden 1763

Sun 27 March

3525

By an indifferent observation make our latitude to be 35 25' S. (Sailed 144 miles today)

Horsenden 1763

Thurs 31 March

3643

Calms. In company.

Horsenden 1763

Fri 1 April

3620

Increasing gale. 134 miles

Horsenden 1763

Mon 4 April

3120

198 miles. Strong gale.

Horsenden 1763

Fri 8 April

2142

151 miles. Pleasant breezes. In company.

Horsenden 1763

Tues 12 April

1618 S

149 miles. Fair weather. In company.

Horsenden 1763

Thurs 14 April

1610

(Catch up with a strange sail. Commodore investigates. Turns out to be Hon Co sloop.) 1/2 past 5 sight of St Helena. 105 miles.

Horsenden 1763

Fri 15 April

St Helena

Round Sugar Loaf Point where we took up a boat that informed us that a Treaty of Peace was agreed betwixt Great Britain, France & Spain.

Horsenden 1763

Sat 16 April

St Helena

Horsenden 1763

29-Apr

St Helena

Horsenden 1763

Sun 1 May

St Helena

Horsenden 1763

Tues 3 May

1600 S

A pleasant trade. At 3 pm the supercargoes came on board. Saluted them with 9 guns.Depart St Helena in company with True Britton, Royal Charlotte and Harcourt. Unbent the cables and stowed the anchors.

Horsenden 1763

Thur 5 May

1354 S

Light breezes 50 mls

Horsenden 1763

Fri 6

1310 S

In Company. 77 mls.

Horsenden 1763

Sat 7 May

1152 S

In company. 135 mls

Horsenden 1763

Sun 8 May

109 mls

Horsenden 1763

Tues 10 May

953 S

In company. Cloudy & fresh trade. AM carried away main top gallant mast. Got up another one. 127 miles.

Horsenden 1763

Wed 11 May

591 S

Fresh gale. In company. 172 miles.

Horsenden 1763

Thurs 12 May

252 S

Cloudy with light squalls. 171 mls.

Horsenden 1763

Sun 15 May

135 N

In company. Pleasant breezes. 101 miles.

Horsenden 1763

Tues 17 May

255 N

Hazey weather. Inclinable to calms. In company. 32 miles.

Horsenden 1763

Thurs 19 May

354 N

Light breezes. In company. 33 miles.

Horsenden 1763

Thurs 26 May

856 N

Fair weather. Constant breeze. 79 miles.

Horsenden 1763

Mon 30 May

134 N

Faint unsettled trade wind. Caulker caulking the water way on the gun deck. 89 mls.

Horsenden 1763

Fri 3 June

2011 N

Hazey weather. Fresh gales and squally. Pass'd by some gulph Weed. 133 miles.

Horsenden 1763

Sat 4 June

229 N

Shiftedthe Fore top sails with the 2 best. 136 miles.

Horsenden 1763

Tues 7 June

2418 N

Light airs and large swell. 34 miles.

Horsenden 1763

Thurs 9 June

2541

Pass'd a sail standing to the NW. 16 miles.

Horsenden 1763

Fri 10 June

269 N

Continue to see a great deal of weed. 45 miles.

Horsenden 1763

Mon 13 June

2816 N

Calms. 16 miles.

Horsenden 1763

Thurs 16 June

3040 N

Continue to see a great deal of sea weed. 50 miles.

Horsenden 1763

Tues 21 June

3023

Departed this life John Dunn seaman. 53 miles

Horsenden 1763

Sat 25 June

3025

Fine weather. 92 miles.

Horsenden 1763

Mon 27 June

3041

AM saw a scooner (sic) in the NW under English colours, bore down and spoke her, found her in great distress for water. She had been out from Cadiz 6 weeks and was bound for Boston. Gave her 90 gallons. 33 miles.

Horsenden 1763

Thurs 30 June

4025

At 4 pm departed this life James Snipes seaman of an accidental blow rec'd from James McIntosh Quarter Master in boxing with him. Confined James McIntosh in irons for the above offence in order to bring him home to receive his trial for the same. 85 miles. Little wind. Drizling rain.

Horsenden 1763

Mon 4 July

4250

Pleasant gale. 178 miles.

Horsenden 1763

Fri 8 July

4720

Strong gale. Passed strange ship. 214 miles.

Horsenden 1763

Mon 11 July

4910

By the sounding myself 200 miles from the Lizard. 152 miles.

Horsenden 1763

12-Jul

5010

8 pm saw Start Point. 163 miles.

Horsenden 1763

13-Jul

Fresh gales with squalls of rain. At 6 am Portland Bill. 10 am Beachy Head.156 miles.

Horsenden 1763

Fri 15 Jul

Downs

6 pm Dungeness Light House. 8 pm "abrest of Folkstone". "Made signal for a pilot".

Horsenden 1763

Tues 19 Jul

Gravesend.

Came too in Gravesend.

Horsenden 1763

Wed 20

Long Reach

Came too in Long Reach. Came on board HC Surveyors, Messrs Hodges and Smyther.

Horsenden 1763

Thurs 21 Jul

Came alongside a lighter and delivered to her all our guns, powder, carriages and some of the Boatswain's stores. Discharged the ship's company. PM the lumpers came on board."

Horsenden 1763

Sat 23 Jul

Woolwich

Came n board Mr Wheetly, pilot, and took charge. Unmoor'd at 11 am. Weighed from Long Reach and dropp'd up with the flood. At 3 pm got to upper part of Gallions where the ship thro' accident took the ground & lay the whole tide. Down top gallants and yards and used every method to ease her. She sat almost upright. At 11, being flood, got her afloat and dropp'd up to Woolwich where we moored alongside a Spanish prize ship. During the whole time aground, she took no water.

Horsenden 1763

Mon 25Jul

Came alongside a lighter.

Horsenden 1763

Tues 26 July

Deptford.

Came on board and took charge of the ship Mr Richards pilot at half past 11 am. Cast off from Woolwich and at 3 made fast to the moorings at Deptford. Delivered on acct HC 96 half & 361 qtr chests of Bohea tea and some Private Trade.

Horsenden 1763

Thurs 28 July

Cloudy weather. Some rain.

Horsenden 1763

Sat 30 Jul

Delivery of 24 half chests & 558 qtr chests of Singlo; 77 qtr Souchong; 141 Congo & 9 Hyson teas with 7 ropes of Nankeen cloath with some Private Trade.

Horsenden 1763

Mon 1 Aug

Light winds, cloudy.

Horsenden 1763

Fri 5 Aug

AM Capt came aboard & ditto went ashore.

Horsenden 1763

Sat 6 Aug

Delivered on acct HC 191 qtr chests Hyson & Souchong; 24 chests & 318 qtr chests Singlo; 1 Box Mustens(?) & Private Trade

Horsenden 1763

Sun 7 Aug

Delivered to Hon Co 60 chests Bohea, 311 Singlo, 58 Congo, 5 ropes Nankeen cloath.

Horsenden 1763

Thurs 11 Aug

60 whole & 3 half chest Bohea; 273 half & 149 qtr chests Singlo & 1 qtr Hyson.

Horsenden 1763

Sat 13 Aug

Riggers unrig the ship.

Horsenden 1763

Fri 26 Aug

Deliver HC tea.

Horsenden 1763

Mon 29 Aug

Delivering HC tea.

Horsenden 1763

Thurs 30 Aug

Clearing the limbers and delivering remainder of Private Trade.

Horsenden 1763

Fri 31st Aug

Pleasant breezes, fair weather. LAST ENTRY.