Excerpt from The Lost Island Light winds carried us along until we were south of the line. Three days after rounding Cape Horn the barometer began to fall steadily and we encountered a gale from the southeast. So persistently did it blow that the captain altered his course, pre ferring to run rather than fight, even at the expense of losing time by being driven out of his direct Course.
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