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fretanti.

fretanti.

CONVICTION or O'DoNonor.—At ten minutes after 11 o'clock on Saturday night the jury at Clonmel returned the following verdict against Mr. Patrick O'Donohoe "We find 'Guilty' on the first five counts, and Not Guilty' on the sixth. We unanimously recommend the prisoner to mercy in
October 21, 1848 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
emigration. MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, WINCHESTER.

emigration. MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, WINCHESTER.

A lecture on the important subject of Colonisation was delivered at the Mechanics' Institute, Winchester, by MR. 'WILLIAM 11. G. KINGSTON, a member of the Committee of the Society for the Promotion of Colonisation. The highly-esteemed president of the institution, the C. WALTERS
October 21, 1848 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
DISORDER OF THE LIVER AND KIDNEYS.

DISORDER OF THE LIVER AND KIDNEYS.

Extract of a Letter from Mr. .f. K. Heydon, dated, 78, Kingstreet,-Sydney, New South Wales, the 30th September, 1847. To Professor HOLLOWAY. SI R, —I have the pleasure to inform you, that Stuart A. Donaldson, Esq., an eminent merchant and agriculturist, and also a magistrate of
October 21, 1848 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
Tailors, Woollen Drapers, Hosiers, Furriers, Hatters, Boot and Shoe Nakers, AND GENERAL OUTFITTERS, For Ladies and Gentlemen.

Tailors, Woollen Drapers, Hosiers, Furriers, Hatters, Boot and Shoe Nakers, AND GENERAL OUTFITTERS, For Ladies and Gentlemen.

L 54, 155, 156, & 157, MINORIES; and 83, 84, 85, & 86, ALDGATE, CITY, LONDON. TREE EMIGRATION and an Outfit for £3 15s. SUPPLIED BY TUOITIA_S CAPPS, 21, LEADENHALL STREET, (Next the East India House). Mattresses, Bolsters, Provisions, and Cooking Utensils are all supplied by the
October 21, 1848 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
TO FOLLOW THE FORTITUDE.

TO FOLLOW THE FORTITUDE.

rOR MORETON 7 , AY;;COOKSLII6.D, NEW : SOUTH WALES, - the First class 'Ship •• • CHlieJnietY, • •• 515 Tons Ilegister, C. .F ALDIIDGE, Commander, now lying in the London Docks, • will sail for the 134.1813AN,E MORETON BAY, early in December. .Intending i passengers are therefore
November 25, 1848 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
ea-lonia! Inttiligen cr. INDIA AND CHINA.

ea-lonia! Inttiligen cr. INDIA AND CHINA.

- lonia! Inttiligen cr. INDIA AND CHINA. By the overland mail from India, we have accounts from Calcutta to the 7th, Madras the Bth, and Bombay the 17th of October. The most important news communicated by the present mail is the announcement, apparently on good authority, that th
November 25, 1848 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
IMPORTANT TO IERIIIGIFIANTS qill‘itrEL, BROTHERS, TAILORS and OUTFITTERS, 29, LUDGATE HILL, invite attention No to the following, from all Persons

IMPORTANT TO IERIIIGIFIANTS qill‘itrEL, BROTHERS, TAILORS and OUTFITTERS, 29, LUDGATE HILL, invite attention No to the following, from all Persons

about to Emigrate to QUEBEC, NEW BRUNSWICK, WEST INDIES, CAPE OF GOOD HOPE, SIDNEY, CHINA, CANADA, AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, or any other Colonies throughout the World. 75,547 EMIGRANTS QUIT GREAT BRITAIN EVERY YEAR! S.IIIIUEL, BROTHERS, impressed with a deep anxiety for the comfo
November 25, 1848 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
-72omc

-72omc

, LONDC N. THE COTJRT.—The Queen and Royal remain at Buckingham Palace. On Thursday Albert received the Hon. Artillery Companyp.'e,, i manded by the Hon. H. Fitzroy, upon the Art y :, Ground. In the evening, Her Majesty and Albert went in state to the Royal Italian 0 . A Covent
July 22, 1848 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

The papers from Port Adelaide received on Thursday contain some interesting information. Their dates are to the 23rd of February. Matters appear to progress favourably, and the colonists seem desirous of developing all the resources of the colony. One person had directed his att
July 22, 1848 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
gorcign intetligcncs.

gorcign intetligcncs.

November 18, 1848 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England