The ships of the North American Station have been operating for some time without the proper number of sailors to man them. Yesterday, Captain Freymann was summoned aboard the Valiant where we were ordered to break off from the blockade of the port of Baltimore and assemble a party to go ashore at New Boston at the end of this current month. We are to bring enough men back with us to make use of aboard the Acasta
and distribute the rest to the other ships of the blockade.
Our intelligence indicates that there is to be a great fair held there
, and a fair is an excellent opportunity to clap onto some prime hands.
We have set course for New Boston and, I am told, if the wind and weather hold true, we should arrive in plenty of time for the fair.
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