In Reeves & Mitchell, 1986b (Table 1; citing the logbook of the Reliance, USA, whose main activity was right [bowhead?] whaling): 25 July "Saw a Rite Whale bound to Nward, gave her chase 6 hours Could Not Strike Her" (24 July: 60.06°N); 26 July "Saw Rite Whales Very Plenty Could Not Strike them."; 28 July "Saw Whales plenty" at 60°N (29 July - 61°48'N, "Within 20 Leagues of Land"). Context: on the 27 May they had seen "some whales run" among thick ice (Bowheads?) but then no more whales were reported until the 25 of July. After that, whales frequently reported until the 20 August, between ca. 60° and 51°N off the coast of Labrador (Right Whales?), including the records above.