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ANNEXATION. OPINIONS OF VIE PRESS.

ANNEXATION. OPINIONS OF VIE PRESS.

Montreal Transcript.—People do talk about annexation,, and in Montreal (and in Montreal alone, we believe) sonic: journals openly sanction it. The question has, however, been by no means seriously proposed to the country. Under any circumstances it is evident that annexation, to
November 10, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
FIELD SPORTS IN SOUTH ACSTRALIA. A BY-DAY WITIL TILS HOUNDS.

FIELD SPORTS IN SOUTH ACSTRALIA. A BY-DAY WITIL TILS HOUNDS.

FIELD SPORTS IN SOUTH ACSTRALIA. A BY-DAY WITIL HOUNDS. THE uncoupling "of the Adelaide hounds was too good a thing not . to b¢.:olticed, although I WA, to add that there were only," four," besides the men,. to witness it. The meet was at Buckland Park, the seat of Captain Allen,
November 10, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
THE ARCTIC EXPEDITION. SIR JOIN FRANKLIN.

THE ARCTIC EXPEDITION. SIR JOIN FRANKLIN.

An arrival at New London (Conn.) corrobates the news of Sir John Franklin's safety. The intelligence has excited the greatest satisfaction. I quote from the New London Chronicle of the 18th inst., as follows: Capt. Chapel, of the barque McLellan of this port, from Davis Straits,
November 10, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
THE ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH FROM AMHERST TO HALIFAX.

THE ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH FROM AMHERST TO HALIFAX.

Some delay has occurred in getting the line of electric telegraph, from Amherst to this city, into operation. It has arisen, we understand, from a mistake having been made in measuring the distance between two given points, by which the material ran short before completing the w
November 10, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
but so many have quit in disgust, and so many more will soon abandon the work, that the price of

but so many have quit in disgust, and so many more will soon abandon the work, that the price of

labour must fall considerably, and I doubt not that the next year one may command it readily, and do well even in .digging over the spots already chequered by gold hunters. The position of the gold I will endeavour briefly to explain tc you. Imagine an irregularly inclined plain
November 10, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
RESULT.

RESULT.

In this way let us go on for six years, and then compare notes with the man with his stumpy farm. The following may be considered a low estimate of the productiveness and proceeds of such a farm, when thus brought into a fair state of cultivation:—
November 10, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
EMIGRATION PROTECTION SOCIETIES. (From the Liverpool Mercury.]

EMIGRATION PROTECTION SOCIETIES. (From the Liverpool Mercury.]

It is a matter of fact characteristic of the state of society in Great Britain, that emigration has increased to an extraordinary degree within the four or five years last past; And if we may reason by analogy, judging from the suite of trade, the prospects of agriculturists in
November 10, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
Yours very truly, A CELT.

Yours very truly, A CELT.

IMPORTANT CONFERENCE OF THE METROPOLITAN TRADES' DELEGATES. THE report which we insert below suggests many important reflections. Time was that industry secured a man competence and honour; and in that period it was that that peculiarly English maxim arose which identifies a man
November 10, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
THE CANADIAN MUSE. BEAUTIFUL THINGS. (Contributed ibr the " Canadian aristian Advocate," by E. Clarke. How beautiful, how beautiful to

THE CANADIAN MUSE. BEAUTIFUL THINGS. (Contributed ibr the " Canadian aristian Advocate," by E. Clarke. How beautiful, how beautiful to

see the sun arise, As he flings abroad his glory through the azure-vaulted skies; When he quits the eastern chambers swift be makes the da7kn , 4l flee, And travels like a giant, fresh, vigorous, and free. How beautiful, how beautiful the bright and morning star, As she rides in
November 10, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
PRECAUTIONS ON BOARD EMIGRANT,: SHIPS.

PRECAUTIONS ON BOARD EMIGRANT,: SHIPS.

TUE stranger who wanders through the streets of London, when night has closed-in upon this emporium of the world—and while the bye-streets are somewhat still and deserted—and the main thoroughfares, by the aid of gas-light and the gorgeous furniture and appointments of the long
November 10, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England