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Santos (Sao Paulo, Brazil) (search for this): article 16
Twenty-six days at Sea in open boats. --The bark Massachusetts, of New Bedford, Capt. Green, while cruising off Rio Janeiro, lowered three boats in pursuit of a large sperm whale, but night set in, and the boats were lost sight of. The bark cruised several days in the vicinity, without success, and supposing the boats had been lost, put into Rio Janeiro, December 14. Fortunately, the boats kept together, and reached Santos on the 10th, all hands alive but very hungry, having been five days without food.
Twenty-six days at Sea in open boats. --The bark Massachusetts, of New Bedford, Capt. Green, while cruising off Rio Janeiro, lowered three boats in pursuit of a large sperm whale, but night set in, and the boats were lost sight of. The bark cruised several days in the vicinity, without success, and supposing the boats had been lost, put into Rio Janeiro, December 14. Fortunately, the boats kept together, and reached Santos on the 10th, all hands alive but very hungry, having been five days without food.
December 14th (search for this): article 16
Twenty-six days at Sea in open boats. --The bark Massachusetts, of New Bedford, Capt. Green, while cruising off Rio Janeiro, lowered three boats in pursuit of a large sperm whale, but night set in, and the boats were lost sight of. The bark cruised several days in the vicinity, without success, and supposing the boats had been lost, put into Rio Janeiro, December 14. Fortunately, the boats kept together, and reached Santos on the 10th, all hands alive but very hungry, having been five days without food.
Twenty-six days at Sea in open boats. --The bark Massachusetts, of New Bedford, Capt. Green, while cruising off Rio Janeiro, lowered three boats in pursuit of a large sperm whale, but night set in, and the boats were lost sight of. The bark cruised several days in the vicinity, without success, and supposing the boats had been lost, put into Rio Janeiro, December 14. Fortunately, the boats kept together, and reached Santos on the 10th, all hands alive but very hungry, having been five days without food.