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The AFFAIRS of CANADA. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] Montreal, L. C., March 14th, 1849.

The AFFAIRS of CANADA. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] Montreal, L. C., March 14th, 1849.

The following is a statement of the temperature for the month of February, which I ought to nave sent you by last mail:—Maxinium 39°; minimum 26 0 ; mean 6°. The mean temperature, from the Ist to the 2 1st, both days included, was zero (Fahrenheit)—a degree of cold unparalleled
April 7, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
LONDON GAZETTE.—Friday, March 30.

LONDON GAZETTE.—Friday, March 30.

- - _ , BANKRUPTCY ANNULLED. U. C. Roentson, Brecknock-cresent, Camden-town, and Caledonia-place, King's-cross. surgeon and apothecary. BANKRUPTS. W. BOLTON, Girdleston, Southampton, boarding and lodginghouse-keeper.— J. CIIARSETIE, Trinity-square, Southwark, steel and iron manu
April 7, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
LINE OF PACKETS DIRECT TO NEW ZEALAND. To Sall punctually on the Ist of June, THE FIRST SHIP D IRECT

LINE OF PACKETS DIRECT TO NEW ZEALAND. To Sall punctually on the Ist of June, THE FIRST SHIP D IRECT

FOR WELLINGTON and AUCKLAND, the !autiful new fast-sailing ship, ENTERPRIZE, A 1 for 12 years. tons bUrthelL EZEKIEL LOVERING, Commander. Lying in the St. Katharine Docks, vessel has most superior Accommodation for passengers, and will carry an experienced Surgeon If required. T
April 28, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
CO-OPERATIVE EMIGRATION.

CO-OPERATIVE EMIGRATION.

THE extensive emigration which has taken place within the last two or three years, has been effected mostly by the means of the funds of the emigrating parties themselves, and as a consequence, the majority of these emigrants have selected the United States as the field of their
April 28, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

APRIL 20.—The house went into committee upon the advance of money upon the security of the RATE- IN-AID,-Mr. Satiner argued that the project of a rate in aid and policy of a poor law, was not a landlord's tax, hut would operate as an income tax, upon the small tenantry and tradi
April 28, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
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May 12, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
fotiail to itentrea an Corredporaftnti.

fotiail to itentrea an Corredporaftnti.

asks the following questions. Which of the Australian colonies possesses the best climate, which is best adapted for persons suffering under chest affections, and which colony is subject to most frequent rains, and whether such is unfavourable to consumptive patients? The climat
May 12, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
OBITUARY.

OBITUARY.

Ma. Hon Ace Twiss.—lt is with much regret that we announce that Mr. Horace Twiss, a gentlemen for many years well known and deservedly esteemed in the political and literary society of the metropolis, died suddenly on the 4th inst. DEATH OF THE BISHOP OF The and Right Rev. Edmon
May 12, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
IklE DA L S

IklE DA L S

AND IM . MORTAL 11A,Viet 142,0CLAMM) TIM CIRCULATION OF 'ME BLOOD. O EMIGRAZITS.—me largest 'find be 1. rtinen t of Guns, -Pistols, and , Ritles Of every kind, i London Bridge, Gun MantifaCtory, 30, King William As George llutl Deane manufacture eXtensfvely tbr ft its Well as th
March 24, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
ATKUBER'S IMPROVED LIQUID GLUE, Impervious to damp or heat, perfectly free from smell, and ready for immediate use; for Wood,

ATKUBER'S IMPROVED LIQUID GLUE, Impervious to damp or heat, perfectly free from smell, and ready for immediate use; for Wood,

Metal, Stone, Marble, Ivory, : , late, Glass, China and Earthenware, Plaster Models, Paper and Pasteboard, and various other purposes, this Cement will be fouml a most invaluable acquisition.—Sold by all chemists, oil and colourmen, stationers, ticc. ; and also at the Patentees'
March 24, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England