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1633. Winds. Remarks.
Oct. 19 N Some ice a mile off shore
20 NE Fair, much ice seen
21 E, NE Blowing and snowing hard
22 NE Much snow
23 NE Cloudy
24 NE Frosty
25 SW Excessive cold, clear
26 SW, W Sea full of ice
27 W Clear
28 W Clear frosty weather
29 N Severe cold, sea full of ice, snow
30 N Freezing hard, tempestuous
31 N Severe frost, with snow
Nov. 1 NE Cold vehement
2 Hard frost
3 NE Tolerable weather
4 NE, W Freezing hard
5 S Heavy fall of snow
6 S to E Tempestuous weather
7 NE Still weather
8 N Excessive cold
9 N Sun ⅓ an hour above the horizon
10 N
11 NE Wind increased, thick clouds
12 E Thick fogs, gulls seen
13 E Freezing severely
14 E, W Cold weather, bay full of ice
15 W Saw three or four bears
16 W
17 N Dark snowy weather, cold relaxed
18 NE Frost increased
19 N Sun seen just above the sea
20 N, W Dark snowy weather
21 W Sea full of ice
22 W.erly Cold weather
23 NWbN Fair, sea full of ice