A Dark rainey morning with hard wind at N, E, upon which point it blew all the last night accompanyd. with rain— Set out a quarter past 7 oClock, the wing [wind] much against us (1) passed a Small Island near the middle of the river; about 10 oClock the wind changed to the S, E, and gave us an oppertunity to Sailing (2) passd an Island on the Starbd Side, at 12 oClock the wind was So violent as to take off one of the Mast's (3) passed Small Village above the mouth of a large Creek, This Village is Called Viele Pauchr  and Contains [blank] families of French, Situated about 4 miles below St. Louis on the Same Side, The high land continue to day on the Larbd. Side, I came to at 3 oClock at the Kohokia Landing,  which is at the mouth of Kohokia Creek ¾ of a mile from the Town, and in view of St Louis which is about 2 ½ miles distant.
|Course||Time||Distance||Remks. & referncs.|
|N. 31° E.||1 45||2 0||To a pt. on Lbd. Side, passd several Sand bars.|
|N. 20° E.||2 40||3 ½||To a pt. on Lbd. Side passg. a Small Isle: (1) passd.
an Is. on Stbd. Side (2) wind & rain continue.
|N. 12° E.||1 20||4 ¾||To a pt. on Stbd Sd. passd. a Creek Lbd. Sd. mast
|N. 32° E.||1 46||3 ¼||To pt. at mo: Kohokia Creek Stbd side (3) passd.
a small village above a creek on Lbd side.
|7 31||13 ½|