of her voyages in the Essex Institute, one a Log of the brig Hope from Salem to Leghorn.
Sailed December 4, 1804, and arrived January 21, 1805, with a cargo of pepper.
The following is an entry while at anchor discharging her cargo at Leghorn, describing a gale, February 1, 1805:—
Swedish bark went adrift and came down.
Bent both parts of the Horses [Hawsers] on to the Cables and paid out to the better end and got clear of her.
There is also a Journal of the Good Brig Hope, Capt. Thomas Tate 1805 from Salem to the West Indies.
From Salem towards Martinico:—
Sept. 2, Monday.
At 4 P. M. was boarded by H. M.S. African 64 guns and took out one man by the name of Wm. Wood.
From Martinico she went to Laguayra and from there to Havana.
On October 21st,
was boarded By french Privateer, they used us very Perlightly and let us go.
On March 28, 1807, the Hope is reported in distress from St. Petersburg to Salem.
They often made a triangular voyage to the Baltic