Arthur Quintall sen. elected Magistrate George Adams & Arthur Quintall join Councillors
A Sunday school commenced
Mrs Nobbs received a severe contusion on the shoulder by the falling of a cocoanut.
Moses Young fell from a cocoanut tree at least 40 feet in height, and was but slightly injured.
On the evening between the eighteenth and nineteenth of April, experienced a heavy gale of wind from the N. W. which did considerable damage to the breadfruit trees, plantain, oranges &c. [?] large pieces of the Banian tree were broken off and considerable fears were entertained by some of the inhabitants for the safety of their houses. But through the mercy of Him who "Rideth on the Storm" no accident occurred. At daylight the gale broke. Mem. The wind blew with greater violence that at any other time these twenty years past.
In consequence of the ill health of the teacher no school have been kept for some time past. Mr. Buffett officiating on the Sabbath.
Harriet Augusta, daughter of John & Dinah Quintall born
A serious altercation took place between Edward Quintal sen. and John Evans sen. The latter receiving several bruises on the head, back, & throat, & several scratches on the breast.
Harriet Augusta Quintal baptized.
William Quintall married to Maria Quintall widow