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SHIPS BOUND FOR AUSTRALIA.

SHIPS BOUND FOR AUSTRALIA.

.. To Sail. -- -- Adelaide ... Sept. 27 Port Philip . . Sept. 27 Port Philip Me 1.... ' pt. 27 Port Philip ... Sept. 27 Adelaide ... Sept. 28 Melbourne ... ... Sept. 28 ,Melbourne ... ...jSept. 28 Port Philip ... ...'Sept. 28 Sydney ... ... Sept. 28 Port Philip . . ... Sept. 30
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
 
puongts fur piorrigru.

puongts fur piorrigru.

puongts piorrigru. -A stranger saw an Irishman leaning against a post, and watching a procession slowly issuing from an opposite house, when the following dialogue ensued :—" Is that a funeral a" " Yes, sir, I'm thinking so." "Any one of distinction?" " Indade it is." "Who is it
September 4, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
ALARGE OPENING to a CARPET BAG has always been demanded, but never obtained.—J. W. and T. ALLEN, Trunk, Portmanteau, and

ALARGE OPENING to a CARPET BAG has always been demanded, but never obtained.—J. W. and T. ALLEN, Trunk, Portmanteau, and

Despatch Box Manufacturers, have now succeeded in producing a TRAVELLING BAG, the opening of which is as large as the bag itself, thus affording greater facility for packing quickly and smoothly than any other bag in existence. Illustrated catalogues gratis. J. W. and T. Allen,
September 11, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
In April, 1796, Colonel Wellesley embarked with his regiment for the East Indies. Soon after his arrival in Calcutta, in

In April, 1796, Colonel Wellesley embarked with his regiment for the East Indies. Soon after his arrival in Calcutta, in

February, 1797, his brother, Lord Mornington, was appointed Governor-General of India. On the 22nd of February, 1799, war was proclaimed against the Sultan Tippoo. The British army, which was unusually effective, was placed under the unrestricted command of General Harris. who w
September 18, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
L IVERPOOL BLACK BALL LINE OF AUSTRALIAN PACKETS. Ships. Tons. Commander. To sail. For. South Sea S. Brett, Tith Sept.,

L IVERPOOL BLACK BALL LINE OF AUSTRALIAN PACKETS. Ships. Tons. Commander. To sail. For. South Sea S. Brett, Tith Sept.,

Port Philip and Sydney. Edmund 1800. .Robertson, 15th Oct., Melbourne and Geelong. Northumherland 1500... T. Smith, ~ . f 0 David Mc Iver 1800...R. Bailie, f t ft • Flora M'Donald 1500...T. Smith, ~ 91 Marco Paulo 2500... J. A. Forbes, ~ f t Maria 2000... G. Gardyne, ~ ft ' This
September 18, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
THE MAI? li' E LS' .

THE MAI? li' E LS' .

THE MAI? li' E . MONDAY. EXCHANGE —The supply of new English wheat to this morning's market was good, and met a slow sale on the terms of this day se'nnight. The flour trade was heavy, but no change took place in prices. The finest parerls of malting barley sold at full quotation
September 25, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
WOOL.

WOOL.

Owing to the approaching public sales.the demand for all kinds of wool is heavy, and in some instances the quotations are almost nominal. This week's imports are 1,036 bales from Sydney, 5 from Dunkirk, 60 from Mogadore, and 61 bales from. liambro% Stock this day Price of Y.C. D
September 25, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England