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Vingrapirat kt 4.

Vingrapirat kt 4.

The family of the Duke of Wellington, is derived from that - of the Colleys or Cowleys, of Rutland, two of whom, Walter and Robert, emigrated to Ireland in the reign of Henry and settled in the county of Kilkenny. In 1531 they were . - presented to the clerkship of the crown in
September 18, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
From the LONDON GAZETTE, Sept. 10.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, Sept. 10.

BANKRUPTCY ANNULLED. Lansley, D., Bath, livery-stable keeper. '9 9 , Pratt, S. L., New Bond-street, upholsterer.—itarp er, ,Y. L o i lou cet r, vie' tualler.—Meyer, A., Throgmorton-street, City, merchant. —Davey, C., Brix. ton, Surrey, draper.—Lee, J., Dewebur/, Yorkshire, groce
September 18, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
EMIGRATION FROM ST. Mi:IRTIN'S WORKHOUSE.

EMIGRATION FROM ST. Mi:IRTIN'S WORKHOUSE.

The Poor Law Commissioners have at length sanctioned the proposition of the board of guardians of St. Martin's parish for the emigration of a considerable number of their ablebodied poor, and the vessel has been selected which is to convey them to Port Adelaide. On Tuesday the i
September 11, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
TO EMIGRANTS.—No person should venture to go out to sea without a Cork Life Preserver. BIRT'S CORK LIFEPRESERVER is universally

TO EMIGRANTS.—No person should venture to go out to sea without a Cork Life Preserver. BIRT'S CORK LIFEPRESERVER is universally

acknowledged for its safety and durability by all who have used it. Supplied by the Manufacturer, J. Birt, jun., 4, Wellclose-square, London Docks.
September 11, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
THE "LONE STAR" LOOMING IN THE FUTURE. THE DESTINY OF AUSTRALIA.

THE "LONE STAR" LOOMING IN THE FUTURE. THE DESTINY OF AUSTRALIA.

Now that the rage for gold digging is softened down, and the fairy visions of wealth without labour which haunted the plastic imaginations of young England at home, are beginning to wear the every-day aspect of commonplace dreams,—a grave question, one of vital importance to the
September 25, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
A NEW SCHEME.

A NEW SCHEME.

According to an advertisement issued to-day the shares of a Sydney gold association, called the Wentworth Gold-field Company, are to be introduced in the London market. It appears that the company have bought the estate of Mr. Wentworth, in Frederick's-valley, where important di
September 25, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
AUSTRALIA

AUSTRALIA

Estimated production in Sydney district from May 1851, to May 1862 Ditto, from Melbourne district 769,000 „ Ditto, from Victoria 1,273,000 oz Total produce of gold in Australia from May, 1851, to May, 1852, 1,273,000 oz., @ 655. per oz. .E4,137,250 Total estimated production of
September 25, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
GUIDE FOR AUSTRALIAN EMIGRANTS.

GUIDE FOR AUSTRALIAN EMIGRANTS.

At a time when thousands and tens of thousands of Englishmen are recklessly rushing on board every ship that is destined for Australia, we think we are conferring some little boon upon these wanderers if we see the arrangements made for their voyage be such as they have a right
September 4, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
EMIGRATION MOVEMENTS.

EMIGRATION MOVEMENTS.

Another bidy of women, thirty-five in number, recently sailed from Gravesend in the Blackwell, captain M.Kerlie, 'an excellent ship belonging to those enterprising owners the Messrs. Green., This forms the 26th party of emigrants who have been sent out by the society, and it is
September 4, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
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September 4, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England