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They say that while all hands were below deck mending sails, splicing ropes, and every one at his own business, & the captain in his cabbin attending to his log book & chart, a rogue of a pilot has run them into an enemy's port.
Twenty-eight pages from his first log book "No 1 — Magazine Sales" are reproduced, which reveal the true extent of London's avid study of classical prosody taken from a newly discovered source.
See the Station US log book in RG 38, Station US papers, Folder 5830/30, entitled Jap Dip.