At four o'clock in the morning on the 28th, we began to unmoor, and at eight weighed, and stood out to sea,
with a light breeze at N.W., which afterwards freshened, and was attended with rain. At noon, the east point of
the sound (Point Nativity) bore N. 1/2 W., distant one and a half leagues, and St Ildefonzo Isles S.E. 1/2 S.,
distant seven leagues. The coast seemed to trend in the direction of E. by S.; but the weather being very hazy,
nothing appeared distinct.
We continued to steer S.E. by E. and E.S.E.; with a fresh breeze at W.N.W., till four o'clock...