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THE GOVERNOR AND HIS CHILDREN.

THE GOVERNOR AND HIS CHILDREN.

duties of a Viceroy or Governor of a Colony are of an arduous nature, and call for no ordinary talent and discretion in their discharge. The Cape Colony, in the midst of the convulsions by which it has recently been agitated, has at least been fortunate, in the character of the
January 6, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
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The journals are occupied with the dilcusaion of the poor laws in various modes. Where all are thus intent on one object, it is plain that something must be changed in it for the general contentment. - - Thereare - at present in Dungarvou workhouse nearly ,200 fishermen. Their b
January 6, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
FARMS FOR SALE. NEAR BRANTFORD, GORE DISTRICT, CANADA WEST.

FARMS FOR SALE. NEAR BRANTFORD, GORE DISTRICT, CANADA WEST.

'BRANTFORD. 300 AC a r e V t , l 24o reecleared, h to r :d ß b ra uil n dinAs, e kiln . This farm, 4itcuhhas a large frontage on the Plank road to London, is in a high state of cultivation, and commands a beautiful view of Brantford and the valley of the Grand River. Price 22i d
January 6, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
THE EMIGRANT AND COLONIAL GAZETTE.

THE EMIGRANT AND COLONIAL GAZETTE.

T EY NEWSPAPER. Price SixpenceP ubllBNEW SPAPEß.hed every Friday evening in time for the mails. The EMIGRANT Is: The organ of emigration agents and colonial proprietors and merchants. The representative of colonial Interests and wants. _ . The diiector and guide of intending emi
January 6, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
OUTFIT for £7.

OUTFIT for £7.

One Over Coat One Superior Cloth Frock Coat Two Fancy Vests One do. with sleeves One Black Cloth Trousers One Beaverteen Jacket One do. lined warm One do. Trousers do. One Fancy do. One Duck Frock One Scotch Cap One Hat Twelve Striped Cotton Shirts Two Pair of Shoes Six Handkerc
January 6, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
NEITBER'S IXPROVED LIQUID GLUE is impervious to damp or heat, without smell, and equal, if not superior. in strength, to

NEITBER'S IXPROVED LIQUID GLUE is impervious to damp or heat, without smell, and equal, if not superior. in strength, to

any other Glue. It is used as a cement for iron, wood, stone, marble, ivory, glass, china, and earthenware, plaster models, for every description of fancy work and for household purposes. It may be used at a moment's notice, and requires no preparatiOn. Price, dark, 88., pale, 1
January 6, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
Printed by ALEXANDER 3IUNRO, at his Office, Queen's Head Yard, Great Queen Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, in the l'arish of

Printed by ALEXANDER 3IUNRO, at his Office, Queen's Head Yard, Great Queen Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, in the l'arish of

St. Giles in the Fields and St. George Bloomsbury, in the County of Middlesex, and Published by THOMAS WIMPERIS HALIDAY, 121, Fleet-street, in the Parish of St. Bride, in the City London.—SATVRDAY, January 6, 1849.
January 6, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
DISCOVERY OF THE "GOLD REGION OF CALIFORNIA."

DISCOVERY OF THE "GOLD REGION OF CALIFORNIA."

It appears that in the course of last winter a Captain Sutter, one of the emigrants from the United States, or more probably from the adjacent country of Oregon, had built a saw-mill on the south branch of the Sacramento river, known as the American Fork, and constructed a millr
January 6, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
EBIIGRATION to AUSTRALIA.— The undersigned will dispatch ;the splendid .first-class ship CALCUTTA, burden 5.50 tons. BENJAMIN PRYNN, Commander, for PORT

EBIIGRATION to AUSTRALIA.— The undersigned will dispatch ;the splendid .first-class ship CALCUTTA, burden 5.50 tons. BENJAMIN PRYNN, Commander, for PORT

ADELAIDE, the 15th January. This vessel has full poop, and is expressly fitted for the accommodation of cabip, Intermediate, and steerage passengers. She will be equipped in comforrnity with the Government regulations, and every attention paid to secure comfort on the voyage. An
January 6, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
ANOTHER ENLARGEMENT OF THE

ANOTHER ENLARGEMENT OF THE

WEEKLY DISPATCH.—This Journal, at present the largest in existence—unrivalled for its early intelligence and uncompromising advocacy of the Eights of Mankind—will be ENLARGED, On and after Sunday, the 7th of Jamuary, 1849, to sixteen pages, containing sixty-four columns, of the
January 6, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England