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From the LONDON GAZETTE, Aug. 27.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, Aug. 27.

BANKRUPTCY ANNULLED. Samuel Pownceby, stationer, High-street, Shadwell, Middlesex, and of Munster-street, Regent's-park, victualler. BANKRUPTS. George Bolton, coachmaker, Albany-street, Regent's-park, Middlesex. Henry Bromage Roberts ' tailor and draper, Nicholas-lane, London, a
September 4, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
EMIGRATION.-LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

EMIGRATION.-LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

The overland mail has brought advices from Sydney (New South Wales) to the 3rd of June, and from Melbourne (Victoria) to the 29th of May, being more than three weeks later than those previously received. As the accounts given, however, do not extend over the intermediate period,
September 4, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
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THE GOLDEN I TIMES. from the wild dogs. These shepherds require no training. Any conscientious man will do. One person writes that, in his district, there are thus employed, "an apothecary, a lawyers clerk, three sailors, a counting-house clerk, a tailor, a Jew, a Portuguese sai
September 11, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
THE LIVERPOOL EAGLE LINE of PACKETS -1. to AUSTRALIA.—The following splendid SHIPS will be despatched as under : WOODSTOCK, 1,700

THE LIVERPOOL EAGLE LINE of PACKETS -1. to AUSTRALIA.—The following splendid SHIPS will be despatched as under : WOODSTOCK, 1,700

tons, for MELBOURNE, to sail about September 15. ALBATROSS, 1,500 tons, to sail about September 25. The above are clipper ships, with very superior accommodation for passengers, having full poops, and lofty 'tween decks well ventilated. They also carry experienced surgeons. For
September 11, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
ATARSHALL and EDRIDGE'S LINE of AT'STRALASIAN PACKET SHIPS.—The following first-class ships noted for their fast-sailing qualities, and having most superior

ATARSHALL and EDRIDGE'S LINE of AT'STRALASIAN PACKET SHIPS.—The following first-class ships noted for their fast-sailing qualities, and having most superior

accommoda: dons, for passengers, will sail punctually on their appointed days. Load in the London Docks :
September 11, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
Vrile trlcktf. " GOLDEN TIMES" MONTHLY DISTRIBUTION OF FREE PASSAGES TO AUSTRALIA. ak: '•.`f . ._ -- 71 .- T

Vrile trlcktf. " GOLDEN TIMES" MONTHLY DISTRIBUTION OF FREE PASSAGES TO AUSTRALIA. ak: '•.`f . ._ -- 71 .- T

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September 18, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
obeisance to the Lord Chancellor, and showed his patent and writ of summons. The three dukes then approached the table,

obeisance to the Lord Chancellor, and showed his patent and writ of summons. The three dukes then approached the table,

where his grace's patents as Baron and Viscount, Earl, Marquis, and Duke, were severally read by the clerks. The oaths were next administered to him, and he signed the Test Rolls. He then, accompanied by his noble supporters, took his scat on the dukes' bench, and saluted the ho
September 18, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
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The French army comprised—infantry, 48,950; cavalry, 15,765; artillery, 7,232; total, 71,947 men and 246 guns. Other accounts raise the allies to 74,000 men, and the French to 90,000 and 296 guns. Nothing could exceed the surprise and delighL of Napoleon and his generals, at the
September 18, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
Rank and Total. File. 12.52 1417 4289 492:3 569 592 6110 6932 Most of the men, however, returned missing, having

Rank and Total. File. 12.52 1417 4289 492:3 569 592 6110 6932 Most of the men, however, returned missing, having

gone to the rear with the wounded, afterwards rejoined their regiments. The total allied loss was 22,469, or about one in three of the whole army. The Prussians also lost about 6000 men. The total losses of the latter, including Ligny, and Wavre, were 33,131. Amongst the British
September 18, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
EMIGRATION MOVEMENTS.

EMIGRATION MOVEMENTS.

On Monday Mrs. Caroline Chisholm held a group meeting in the new Town Hall at Queenstown, near Cork, for the purpose of receiving an address and offering some advice to the emigrants about to proceed in the Peru, by which they might govern themselves during the voyage, and on la
September 18, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England