|N. 60° W.||2||ms. to a pt. of Sand makeing from the L. point|
|S. 80° W.||½||me. on the to a Drift wood. This place is called
Coupe a Jarcke  a palce where the river cut
through and shortend the River Sevl. mls.
|South 18° E,||2 ½||ms. to Som Snags near some Willows on the S. S.
passd. the High 〈land〉 wood on L. S. in this Co's
at 1 me
|S. 20° W.||2 ½||ms. to a 〈Black〉 Burnt Stump on the Bank in the
bend to L. S. at which place I was yesterday at
this place within ¾ of a mile & round the bends
|West||3 ½||ms. to two Cotton wood trees at the Mouth of a
Small Creek in a bend to the L. S. near the high
land a 〈Bluff〉 clift &c 1 me. above.
|N. 40° W.||1 ½||ms. to a Clift of yellow Sant Stone  on the L. S.
this is the first high land which touches the river
above Councel Bluff, (this Clift is one mile only[)]
|N. 52° W.||1 ½||ms. to the pt. of a Saand barr from the S. point
passed the Clift. on L. S.
|N. 79° E||3||ms. to a pt. of Small willows on the L. S. passing
the high timber on S S. at 1 me wind hard from
the S. W.
|N. 29 E||½||of a mile on the L. point, the boat run on a log &
detained us 10 minits
|North||1 ½||me. to the Pt. of a Sand bar makeing out from
the L. point.
|N 68° W.||¾||mes. on the L. point a Sand bar makeing out
from this Course.
|N. 85° W.||2 ½||Ms. to the Lower point of a willow island off the
S. point— Black bird the late King of the Mahars
Toom or inclosed grave on the top of a high
round Hill of about 300 feet in the Prarie L. S.
bore west about 4 miles.  (Musquters bad)
|N. 60° W. about||2||miles to a Sand makeing out from the Larboard point.|
|S. 80 W.||½||me. to a Drift log on the Sand This place is Called
Coupee as Jacke the river laterly Cut through Saveing
|S. 18° E||2 ½||ms. to a burnt Stump in a bend to the L. S. this place
I was at yesterday.
|S. 20° W.||2 ½||ms to a 〈Black〉 Burnt Stump on the Bank in the bend
to L. S. at which place I was yesterday at this place
within ¾ of a mile & round the bends 13 ms
|West||3 ½||ms. to 2 Cotton wood trees at the mouth of a run on
the L. S. near the high land & below a Bluff.
|N. 40° W.||1 ½||to a clift of yellow Sand Stone the first high land touch-
ing the river above the Council Bluff.
|N. 52° W.||1 ½||ms. to the pt. of a Sand bar from the Starboard pt.
passed the Clift L. S.
|N. 79° E.||3||ms. to a pt. of willows on the L. S.|
|N. 29 E.||½||me. on the L. pt.|
|North||1½||ms. to a Sand bar from the L. pt.|
|N. 68 W.||¾||mes. on the Sand bar from L. Pt.|
|N. 85 W.||2 ½||ms. to the lower pt. of a willow island near the S.
point from this Island the high hill which the Late
King of the Mahars was buried on is high and bears
West 4 miles— we camped on this Island.  Mis-
quitors verry trouble some. much Elk & Beaver Sign
Friday 10th we Set off eairly a fair day. Some fish & one Beaver caught last night. we passed a place where the River had cut through & Shortened the river Several miles, we passed high Ridge of prarie land on S. S. Smooth plains back from the river, the Timber Scarse, a Great nomber of Elk Sign on the Sand beaches &.C. we passed high clifts on S. S. about 60 feet from the Surface of the of Sand Stone. the ridge on the top is covered with Short Grass Some bushes &.C. the wind hard from the S. W. (Sailed Some.) we came 22½ miles this day & camped  on a Sand bar N. S. of the Missouri River.
〈Set out errley ouer this morning〉 Friday augt the 10th Set out at errley ouer this morning prosed on passed a bad Sand bare which is verry Shallow made 23 miles Camped. on a sand bare on the N. Side the Land on the S. S. is High Hilley Land
Friday 10th. We embarked early, passed high yellow banks on the south side, and encamped on the north.
Friday 10 the morning was Clear the musquitoes was mighty troublesome Untill The Sun rose to Some hight. Campd. On the E. S. Roaed 24 mils
Friday August 10th We set out early this morning. We found the Musketoes very troublesome untill the Sun rose to some heighth, when they quitted us, the wind being fair we Sail'd the greatest part of this day. We encamped in the Evening on the North  side of the River having rowed & sail'd 24 Miles.—