ARRIVAL OF THE HENRY ADDERLEY
The Wellington Independent August 8th 1868
The barque Henry Adderley, from London, C Hartman, master, left Gravesend on the 5th April; experienced fair weather down the Channel and to the Equator, which she crossed on the 10th May; the S E trades were vary light and variable; passed the meridian of the Cape on the 18th June; ran down her easting between 44 and 46; experienced very unsteady winds and unsettled with heavy gales from North to East; made Cape Farewell on the 3rd inst; arrived off the Heads at 7 o'clock on Thursday night, and anchored off Worser's bay at 7 o'clock yesterday morning. She brings a large and general cargo, consigned to Messrs Levin & Co. The ships "manifest" will be found above.
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