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EMIGJAN.T. SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1849.

EMIGJAN.T. SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1849.

IT is mortifying enough to be obliged to acknowledge that if the affairs of this country, have been managed with more than the ordinary amount of success, it is not from any transcendant qualities which distinguish its great men, but merely from the efficient business habits whi
May 19, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
CANADIAN AGRICULTURE. SPRING CROPS.

CANADIAN AGRICULTURE. SPRING CROPS.

The earlier part of April is the time at which, in this portion of Western Canada, spring operations in the field usually commence. It may be considered an early season when ploughing and sowing can be effected on the majority of farms before about the 10th of the month, and an
June 30, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
GOLD FROM CALIFORNIA. (From the Liverpool Albion.)

GOLD FROM CALIFORNIA. (From the Liverpool Albion.)

The arrival of the brig Topic at this port, on Thursday morning, created a considerable sensation on the Pierhead, as she is the first vessel from California. Anxious inquiries were made as to the amount of gold on board, and no little disappointment was felt by the uninitiated
June 30, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
THAMES.

THAMES.

Wm. Sutton, a licensed passage broker, carrying on business at Bing-street, Tower-hill, appeared to answer eight summonses, issued at the instance of Lieutenant James Sedgwick Lean, emigration officer of the port of London, charging him with violating the 19th and 21st clauses o
June 30, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
EMIGRATION ON A NEW PRINCIPLE, Carrying one classy Passengers only, fit fie unfrorm

EMIGRATION ON A NEW PRINCIPLE, Carrying one classy Passengers only, fit fie unfrorm

EMIGRATION ON A NEW PRINCIPLE, Carrying one classy Passengers only, fie Rate of Guine6 each 2dtdt. FOR PORT ADELAIDE, PORT PHILIP, and SYDNEY.— It has been arranged by the undersigned to despatch regular packets to the Australian colonies. The vessels are of the first class atLio
June 23, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND.

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND.

There are dates from Hobart Town to the 23rd of February. The news from Van Diemen's Land, as regards the increasing prosperity and wealth of the colony, is of itself most gratifying, thGugh they still do sigh for the blessings of self-government. The free population had nearly
June 23, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
ton from their Southern States, most ruinously affect both our commercial and labouring in.. terests. So far then the comparison

ton from their Southern States, most ruinously affect both our commercial and labouring in.. terests. So far then the comparison

of gifts must be determined in favour of England, especially when the present condition of Spain, the first possesser of the gold mines of Mexico, and of Portugal, that first discovered the gold mines of South Africa, are also received into the consideration of our subject."— Lo
June 23, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
THE KOH-I-NOOR.

THE KOH-I-NOOR.

(Tranoleted from the Sintlah Aklibar.) It is already known to the public, that this large diamond, which was lately in the treasury of Maharaja Duleep Singh, is about to be dispatched to England, as a present to her most gracious Majesty the Queen; therefore it will be most acce
August 11, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
BRITISH GUIANA.

BRITISH GUIANA.

The Royal 6azette contains a triumphant article on the report of Mr. Mlle's committee; its summary of local news is as follows: We are happy to say that his Excellency the Governor has succeeded, without the exercise even of a single vote of his own, in carrying within the last
August 11, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
ANNUAL PACKET SHIP. Has considerable portion of her cargo already engaged. • Last Shipping hay lOtly.tugust. F "... aYDNEY Direct,

ANNUAL PACKET SHIP. Has considerable portion of her cargo already engaged. • Last Shipping hay lOtly.tugust. F "... aYDNEY Direct,

tori r , ,, , the fine, fast-sailing ' barque. . -ALERT, 418 bins register, .coppered and copper-fastened; Matthew Davidson, Commander. Loading in the St. Katharine Docks. This Vessel, well-known as one of the fastest ships in the trade, has goo& accommodations for passengers. F
August 11, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England