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[PRICE FIVRPENGE. A REGULAR TRADER. great part of her cargo engaged, and will be despatched the 20th July VOR HOBART

[PRICE FIVRPENGE. A REGULAR TRADER. great part of her cargo engaged, and will be despatched the 20th July VOR HOBART

TOWN ; direct, the splendid new fastsailing Barque RATTLER, A I. register 522 tons, EDwARD GOLDSMITIT, Commander; lying in the London Docks. This Ship has a full Poop, with commodious and elegant Cabin Accomm odation, her 'tween Decks being lofty and airy, affords an excellent o
July 7, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
THE WAGGON versus THE DRAY.

THE WAGGON versus THE DRAY.

(To the Editor of THE EMIGRANT.) SlR,—Your correspondent has misunderstood my meaning about the comparative value of the IA aggon and dray. • I admit that the waggon is the best on good roads and also for many farming purposes, such as carrying straw or hay; but it cannot be dep
July 7, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
CANADIAN AGRICULTURE. SPRING CROPS.

CANADIAN AGRICULTURE. SPRING CROPS.

Peas may be sown immediately after spring wheat and barley, or in case of neither of those crops being cultivated, as soon in the spring as the season will permit. Peas being an exceedingly nutritious sort of grain as food for any of the domestic animals, and the straw valuable
July 7, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
ANNUAL PACKET SELF'. TO FOLLOW THE GRECIAN. Will most positively leave the Docks on Monday, 13th August, and Gravesend, on

ANNUAL PACKET SELF'. TO FOLLOW THE GRECIAN. Will most positively leave the Docks on Monday, 13th August, and Gravesend, on

Wedhesday, 15th August; last shipping-day, Thursday, 9th August. . FOR PORT ADELAIDE direct, the fine, fast-sailing, coppermi, Liverpool-built, barque, COMPETITOR, A 1., 390 tons register; Michael Young (late chief officer) Commander, loading at the Jetty, London-docks. This sup
July 7, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
No. 55.—VoL. ll.] E MIGRATION TO AMTRALIA.—With a view to en- able respectable persons, who are ineligible for a free

No. 55.—VoL. ll.] E MIGRATION TO AMTRALIA.—With a view to en- able respectable persons, who are ineligible for a free

passage, to proceed to the Australian Colonies at the lowest possible cost, it has been arranged to despatch a line of superior first-class Ships, of large tonnage, for the especial accommodation of steerage and other Passengers, at an exceedingly low rate of passagemoney. These
August 4, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
SUBTERRANEAN PASSAGE from the CITY of GUATEMALA to the PA. CIFIC.

SUBTERRANEAN PASSAGE from the CITY of GUATEMALA to the PA. CIFIC.

THE following extract from a journal of a Yankee, (now connected with a periodical in New England,) during a voyage in the Pacific, in the years 1846 and 1847, has been obtained for us by a mercantile friend, who fancied that it might throw some additional light upon a stor:- wh
August 4, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
ANNEXAT I ON.

ANNEXAT I ON.

The New York Tribune of the 16th June has the following communication, said to be from a person thoroughly acquainted with Canada:— "A numerous, powerful, wealthy, and intelligent party is now forming in that colony, recruited from Ministerial and Opposition ranks. This party ha
August 4, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
COLONIAL WOOL SALES.

COLONIAL WOOL SALES.

The second series of public sales of colonial wool, which commenced on the 3rd of July, terminated July 30th. The attendance of buyers, both from the interior and the continent, was good from the opening day to the close of the sales, and the quantity disposed of was considerabl
August 4, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
IRELAA D. THE QUEEN IN IRELAND. DUBLIN, AUG. 2.

IRELAA D. THE QUEEN IN IRELAND. DUBLIN, AUG. 2.

The Lord Mayor has issued his proclamation that Dublin should be illuminated. Yesterday there was a discussion in the corporation on the question of addressing the Queen on behalf of Smith O'Brien. Instead of a direct negative an adjournment was moved, for which 21 voted, and 19
August 4, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
THE CALIFORNIA GOLD REGIONS MINING ASSOCIATION.

THE CALIFORNIA GOLD REGIONS MINING ASSOCIATION.

Provisionally Registered under 7. and 8 Victoria. Capital £lO - 6,000 in Shares of £1 each. Deposit is. per Share, for the option of hereafter taking up the £1 Shares. The expedition now preparing for the purpose of exploring the Gold Regions of tipper California, will consist o
July 21, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England