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OUTFITS FOR ALL CLASSES.

OUTFITS FOR ALL CLASSES.

THE ADVANTAGES OF EMIGRATION, A. which now so much interests the public, being materially increased by the comforts of a SUITABLE OUTFIT, E. J. MONNEItY and CO., 165, FENCHURCH-STREET, City, having had many years' experience in that line, feel confidence in calling the attention
August 19, 1848 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS-TUESDAY.

HOUSE OF COMMONS-TUESDAY.

At the early sitting, the Report of Supply, and that of the Parochial Debt and Audit Bill, led to some discussion. The Renewable Leasehold Conversion (Ireland) Bill, after A speech from Mr. LAW in favour of exempting the Irish Society of the City of London from its operation, wa
August 19, 1848 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
MUTUAL ASSISTANCE EMIGRATION CLUBS.

MUTUAL ASSISTANCE EMIGRATION CLUBS.

IF all our numerous co rrespondents, anxiously and earnestly enquiring for information, as to the best place to emigrate to, and how to get there, had only forwarded at the same time their addresses, we should have been enabled to organize, as we should have been well pleased to
August 19, 1848 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
glotonial Intelligente. CANADA.

glotonial Intelligente. CANADA.

The Toronto Globe of the 19th of July says " We are indebted to the St. Catherine's Journal for a slip, announcing that Mr. Merritt had received intelligence of the passage, on the 12th instant, of the act admitting Canadian products into the United States, free of duty, through
August 19, 1848 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
A IJSTRALIAN LINE of PAI 4 "LSHIPS for SYDNEY direct, and regul ders for Van Diemen's Land, New Zealan( The

A IJSTRALIAN LINE of PAI 4 "LSHIPS for SYDNEY direct, and regul ders for Van Diemen's Land, New Zealan( The

following first-class ships, having most accommodations for passengers, will be punctually des for their respective ports no the appointed dates. the Jetty, London Dock. I Tons Ports of Ships . 'burden. Commanders. Destination St. George ..1 750 J. Jones Sydney A Ship ...... I 5
July 29, 1848 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
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September 16, 1848 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
Our Colonial Outpire. No. 9.—SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

Our Colonial Outpire. No. 9.—SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

Our Colonial No. 9.—SOUTH AUSTRALIA. This colony is situated between the 132nd and 141st degrees of east longitude, and extends from the shores of the Southern Ocean inland to the 26th degree of south latitude. It contains within these limits about 300,000 square miles, or 192,00
September 16, 1848 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
Literature,

Literature,

0M......1 THE SEARCH NITRE AND THE TRUE NATURE OF GUANO. BF T. E. EDEN, JUN., M.R.C.S-- London : Groombridge and Sons. This little work is interesting, from the character of two natural products of Africa, in the proper supply of which the trade and agriculture of this country a
September 16, 1848 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
London: Printed by George Watson, Printer, of No. 5 P Kirby Street, Hatton Garden, in the Parish of St. Andret

London: Printed by George Watson, Printer, of No. 5 P Kirby Street, Hatton Garden, in the Parish of St. Andret

Holborn, and Published by Joseph Clayton the Younger, No. 320, Strand, in the Parish of St. Mary-le-StrancL—Satu r day, September 16, 1848. .
September 16, 1848 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
COLONISATION AND EMIGRATION.

COLONISATION AND EMIGRATION.

In England and Wales, a million and a half, or nearly one-tenth of the population, receive parochial relief. During the last ten years 66,000,000/. have been levied for this purpose. In Scotland pauperism is rapidly on the increase; and in Ireland nearly one-third of the inhabit
September 23, 1848 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England