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GRATION on a NEW PRIN.,: _ s P I C ;ip IPLE.—FOR PORT ADELAIDE, Port Phillip, and Sydney, to follow

GRATION on a NEW PRIN.,: _ s P I C ;ip IPLE.—FOR PORT ADELAIDE, Port Phillip, and Sydney, to follow

the Coromandel, , warranted to sail from Landon on the 31st January, and from Plymouth the 10th February, 1849, the fine first-class ship, ROYAL SOVEREIGN, 637 tons register, coppered and copper fastened, PHILIP DESLANDES, Commander; lying in the East India Dock. This fine vesse
January 27, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
EMIGRATION ON A NEW PRINCIPLE. TO FOLLOW THE ROYAL SOVEREIGN. IVorranted to Sail from London on the 15th March, and

EMIGRATION ON A NEW PRINCIPLE. TO FOLLOW THE ROYAL SOVEREIGN. IVorranted to Sail from London on the 15th March, and

from Plymouth the 25th March, 1849. F OR PORT ADELAIDE, PORT PHILIP, and SYDNEY, the fine new Ship, MADAWASKA, A 1, 562 tons register,—coppered and copper-fastened. JOHN AUKINNEL, Commander, lying in the East India Doc ks. This fine Vessel has a spacious Poop, and upwards of 7 f
March 10, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
TO EMIGRANTS AND SAILORS,

TO EMIGRANTS AND SAILORS,

No one should leave England with. out first providing himself and family with 1 ./, 4 1 P C. 7 . 0. ANL , - - a goon stock of GUTTA PERCHA SOLES AND SOLUTION. From the ease with which these soles can be applied to Boots and Shoes in countries where no shoemaker can be found for
March 10, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
Contiurnta Entriligencr.

Contiurnta Entriligencr.

FRANCE.—Pants, March l.—The principal powers, France and England, persist in the resolution of not recognising the Tuscan Republic. The National contains an article, for which there does not appear any foundation, that the French Government, through the influence of England, int
March 10, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
E :IGRIkTION TO AUSTRALIA.—Notice is hereby given, that the Van Diemen' Land Agricultural Company are now able to SELL their

E :IGRIkTION TO AUSTRALIA.—Notice is hereby given, that the Van Diemen' Land Agricultural Company are now able to SELL their

FREEHOLD LANDS in any quantity, and that every purchaser of not less than 80 acres will be entitled to a free passage to the colony. The various and great faoilities this company offers to parties settling on their lands is eet forth in a prospectus, which may be had on applicat
March 10, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
THE EMIGRANT°

THE EMIGRANT°

March 10, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
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March 3, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
VORT PHILLIP AND CLARENCE RIVER COLONIZA I'ION COMPANY. The Ship LARPENT, of 614 tons register, WILLIAM ITENLEY , GIL- Commander,

VORT PHILLIP AND CLARENCE RIVER COLONIZA I'ION COMPANY. The Ship LARPENT, of 614 tons register, WILLIAM ITENLEY , GIL- Commander,

now lying in the London Docks will proceed. the first detachment of Emigrants, for l'ort under the auspices of this Company, on or before the 12th March next. The Lament is a First-class Ship, teak-built, and seven feet between decks. She will carry an experenced surgeon, and be
March 3, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
442 OITTFITS FOR ALL CLASSES. THE ADVANTAGES of EMIGRATION being materially increased, by the comforts of O. SUITALE _OUTFIT, •

442 OITTFITS FOR ALL CLASSES. THE ADVANTAGES of EMIGRATION being materially increased, by the comforts of O. SUITALE _OUTFIT, •

. E. J. MONNZI{Y aiid CO.i.l6s,,Fenchurch Street, City, • Having had manyyears' eiperience in that line, feel contlilence in calling, the .atteption of all classes to their Outfitting Ware. house, where a large assortment of shirts,' clothing, hosiery &c., &c., suitable for any
March 3, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
£lO 10 0

£lO 10 0

1.3 15 0 1 , • • The above articles are warranted both for quality and workmanship. Every description of Cabin Furniture. SUGGESTION TO EMIGRANTS.—A great many of those troubles and impositions to which intending emigrants are subject may he obviated by a judicious selection fro
March 3, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England