ARRIVAL OF THE PRUTH
New Zealand Spectator & Cook's Strait Guardian November 24th 1858
The barque Pruth, Captain Hutton, arrived from London on Monday after a pleasant passage of 112 days from land to land. She left the Channel on 31st July, crossed the Equator on 1st September, and passed the Cape of Good Hope on 7th October. Previous to reaching the Cape she experienced light and variable winds, but afterwards had a fine run to Cape Farewell which was sighted on the 20th instant. She brings a full cargo of general merchandise all for this port, besides two fine bulls, seven rams, and other stock for Capt. Carlyon of the Hutt, which have all arrived in excellent condition.
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