The astronmer on this day completd his observations for the regulation of the time-pieces, 



and in every respect the ship was ready for sea.

  At day-light we got under way, and with the seawind plied to the south-east ward. Latitude at noon was 42°18'20" N. ; the extreme, forming the south entrance of the harbour, bore N. 89° E. four leagues; and the southern volcano S. 2° W.; northern volcano N. 50° E. Before dark we came to anchor in 11 fathoms, muddy bottom, about two miles off the entrance of the harbour. The sea begin open from S.22° E. to  S. 27° E. ; the southern volcano S. 25° W. ; a small island on with a village S. 37° E.; the head of the harbour E.S.E., one mile off the north shore. Throughout the night it blew strong from the S.E. quarter.