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EMIGRATION to AUSTRALIA. With aview to enable respectable persons, who - are ineligible for a free passage, to proceed to

EMIGRATION to AUSTRALIA. With aview to enable respectable persons, who - are ineligible for a free passage, to proceed to

the Australian Colonies at the lowest possible cost, it has been arranged to despatch a line of superior first-class of large tonnage, for the espe cial accommodation of 'teerage and other passengers, at an exceedingly low rate of Rassag e money. These vessels will be subjected
September 9, 1848 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
SCOTLAND.

SCOTLAND.

EDINBURGH.—The county police have been directed by the intelligent inspector to send in parochial returns regarding the state of the potato crops in the county of Edinburgh, and the reports are rather favourable. The weather continues excellent. GLASGOW.—The executive are awaken
September 9, 1848 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
ItOeful 2information for giettlero, No. B.—PREPARATIONS FOR A VOYAGE.

ItOeful 2information for giettlero, No. B.—PREPARATIONS FOR A VOYAGE.

The emigrant will probably remain one or two days in lodgings before going on board. This time he and his family must employ in getting rid of the dust of their journey. Let them bathe, if possible, in warm water, and use soap freely from head to foot. Put on fresh clothes and w
September 9, 1848 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
EMIGRATION. IMMENSE REDUCTION IN OUTFITS.

EMIGRATION. IMMENSE REDUCTION IN OUTFITS.

TT is a reputed fact that the Outfitting Warehouse of E. MOSES AND SON stands alone in point of quality and cheapness; and the Proprietors are anxious to impress this upon the public mind, more especially at the present moment, when the Government scheme of Emigration is temptin
September 9, 1848 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
THE EMIGRANT, SAtURDAY, NOMIBER 18, 1848.

THE EMIGRANT, SAtURDAY, NOMIBER 18, 1848.

"This large demand has ledthe GOverrirtient send Mit great numbers of young Women feom the UhiOns of Ireland; 925 of wheel within the last few Mbriths have sailed from the Port of Plyinclutli oh beard the thips, Earl Grey, for SydbeY- , .Roman Emperor, Poet Adelaidetlie Lady ken
November 18, 1848 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
The - EMIGRANT Newspt opportunity to the followi, sessions, postage free : per is forwarded by every ng Brilzih Colonies

The - EMIGRANT Newspt opportunity to the followi, sessions, postage free : per is forwarded by every ng Brilzih Colonies

and Pos. Europe. Ceylon. Grenadines. Channel Islands. Martaban. Barbadoes. Heligoland. Tenasserim. St, Vincent. Gibraltar, Malta, and Pub o Penang Island. St. Lutist. Gozo. Malacca Province. Domixica. lonian Islands, Wellesley Province. Antigt, la. Africa Singapore Province. lig
November 18, 1848 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
THE CAMBRIDGE MOVEMENT.

THE CAMBRIDGE MOVEMENT.

THIS is a period of surprises. We fail to apprehend this characteristic in its full extent, if we confine our attention to the great events which have been for some time of almost daily occurrence. We should certainly not have guessed a few months ago, that the next change in th
November 18, 1848 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
LETTER FRO !I AN EMIGRANT.

LETTER FRO !I AN EMIGRANT.

[The following letter from one or the emigrants on board the St. Vincent, Government emigrant ship, which sailed lately from the Thames, was received by a member of the Society for the Promotion of Colonisation, and he has obligingly forwarded it to us] : St. Vincent, Emigrant S
November 18, 1848 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
. LONDON GAZETTE—Tuesday. BANKRUPTS.

. LONDON GAZETTE—Tuesday. BANKRUPTS.

A. BUTTERFIELD, Hitchin, Builder.—J. BROWN, Cold Harbourlane, Fast Brixton, Builder.—H. NEWSON, Norwich, Grocer.—W. BROWNING. Whitstable, Grocer.—J. B. ADAMS, Burdett-place, Old Kent-road, Miller.—W. COLLARD, Ramsgate, Baker.—H. Charles-street, Manchester-square, Cabinet-maker.—
November 18, 1848 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
A REGULAR TRADER. Warranted to Sail, full or not full, on the 25th Nov. 1848. FOR SYDNEY and AUCKLAND, NEW

A REGULAR TRADER. Warranted to Sail, full or not full, on the 25th Nov. 1848. FOR SYDNEY and AUCKLAND, NEW

Brit Z is E h - A b Te ilt N s D hip the remarkably fine, fast-sailing MARY CATHERINE, A 1. 500 tons; DAVID SMALE, Commander. Loading at the Jetty, London Docks. This fine Vessel has a spacious and handsome Poop, with every convenience for the comfort of Cabin Passengers, who wi
November 18, 1848 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England