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The Daily Dispatch: December 12, 1860., [Electronic resource], The Prince's passage and Arrival home. (search)
on board the Hero, and as there was then a little wind, the towing was not renewed, but both vessels crept on under sail. In this manner, now creeping on for a few hours, with a faint wind, then steaming a little through calms and fogs, the 1st of November found the ships in that part of the ocean called "the beginning of the Chops of the Channel," with the sea like glass, fogs by night with a long fog swell, and a steady easterly wind against us during the day. On this, the 1st of November, w1st of November, we were 600 miles from the Lizard — at noon on Monday, the 5th, we were 430. On the morning of the 14th the wind came decidedly fair — a strong soul-wester, under which, running before the wind, both ships went hissing and rushing through the water at the rate of more than twelve knots an hour. The run to Plymouth was soon made, and before 10 A. M. the Hero and the Ariadne cast anchor inside the breakwater, the ships in the Sound and in the harbor, and the batteries on shore, saluting the P