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INTELLIGENCE SPECIALLY RELATING TO THE AUSTRALIAN COLONIES.

INTELLIGENCE SPECIALLY RELATING TO THE AUSTRALIAN COLONIES.

Australia; its Productions and Commercial Resources. LECTURE BY S. A. DONALDSON, ESQ. ON the Bth October, Stuart A. Donaldson, Esq., late member of the Executive Council of New South Wales, delivered a valuable and deeply in• tereating lecture, under the auspices or the Leeds Ch
November 18, 1859 - English Mail - London, London, England
 
THE PROGRESS OF NEW SOUTH WALES.

THE PROGRESS OF NEW SOUTH WALES.

The Australian Mail has an interesting article upon the progress of New South Wales, from which the Times, Daily News, and other journals quote as follows :—" The commercial and other statistics of Now South Wales indicate a most remarkable rate of progress. We will recapitulate
November 18, 1859 - English Mail - London, London, England
 
INDIA.

INDIA.

* Thediscliarged Europeans, at the date of the last advices, were leaving at the mite of 1000 per week. There is no word of their accepting the bounty, offered for enlistment for China. A great cession of territory &Zs been made to Jung Bahadur, being a belt of country 200 miles
November 18, 1859 - English Mail - London, London, England
 
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November 18, 1859 - English Mail - London, London, England
 
DEPARTURES FROM LIVERPOOL.

DEPARTURES FROM LIVERPOOL.

OCT. 17, WILLIAM CARVEL, Conelaud, for Melbourne.-18, DAWN OF HOPE, Maio, for Melbourne. Nov. 2, GLEN MONARCH, Williams, for Melbourne.-9, WHITE STAR, Kerr, for Melbourne; WHITE JACKET, Hood, for Melbourne,-11, MARCO POLO, Johnstone, for Molbourne.-13, D. F. WEBER, SEN., Leese,
November 18, 1859 - English Mail - London, London, England
 
Bankrupts.

Bankrupts.

(From the London Gazelle.) OCT. 21.—W. H. NAYLOR, Wisbeacii, Cambridgeshire, builder—C. GENTILE, Crosby equate, shopsgate-street, merchant.—J. LUSTY, Liverpool, smallware M'CLURE, Sale, Chester, merchant.—J. WHEELER, Coventry, builder.—C. BOURNE, Sutton-npon- Trent, Nottinghamsh
November 18, 1859 - English Mail - London, London, England
 
W. KENT (V Co. ' s LIST OF NEW BOOKS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS. 86, FLEET STREET, & PATERNOSTER ROW. Now ready,

W. KENT (V Co. ' s LIST OF NEW BOOKS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS. 86, FLEET STREET, & PATERNOSTER ROW. Now ready,

square 13vo, handsomely bound, gilt, price :Is., A . BOOK OF FAVOURITE MODERN BALLADS. Illustrated with 50 Engravings, printed in tints, from by C. W. Cope, ILA., J. C. 11 orsiey, A.R.A. A. Solopidiner„ Thomas. Dirket Foster, E. Dunean, E. ' Corbould, Vi . l'i aree y, W. J. Gran
November 18, 1859 - English Mail - London, London, England
 
WOODS & SON, SUFFOLK IRON WORKS, STOWMARKET, ENGLAND. ESTABLISHED FIFTY YEARS, FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION OF AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS

WOODS & SON, SUFFOLK IRON WORKS, STOWMARKET, ENGLAND. ESTABLISHED FIFTY YEARS, FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION OF AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS

FOR HOME AND FOR THE COLONIES. CONSISTING OF ONE, TWO, THREE, FOUR, FIVE, AND SIX HORSE THRASHING-MACHINES. Horse-Powere for Driving every Rind of Machinery. Town a nd FlonsetsFri!!tCaettc;rl:,'haeinainWe.agrinsi;,agracyjvi lieh n llert u rtoTO y ak P . 'P Wheels WOODS' PORTABLE
November 18, 1859 - English Mail - London, London, England
 
ENTS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE

ENTS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE

PAGE . 12-13 GENERAL SUMMARY HOME INTELLIGENCE.—The Court — Political—The Metropolis—The Provinces—Scotland—lreland—Accidents —Offences —Legal —lieligious—Military—Naval—Science and Art—Theatrical and Musical—The Great Eastern—Volunteer Movement—Death of Lord Macaulay—How Merry
January 18, 1860 - English Mail - London, London, England
 
BRITISH COLUMBIA.

BRITISH COLUMBIA.

Advices from Victoria to the 23rd of November report that a steamer had .arrived there from New Westminster with about 100,000 dollars in gold and 175 passengers. The passengers give a flattering account of the Upper Fraser River diggings, but the prospect of a severe winter was
January 18, 1860 - English Mail - London, London, England