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For terms of freight or passage, dietary scales, and further particulars, apply to the undersigned, who are constantly despatching a

For terms of freight or passage, dietary scales, and further particulars, apply to the undersigned, who are constantly despatching a

succession of superior first-class ships (regular traders' to each of the Australasian colonies. Marshall and Edridge, 34, Fenchurch-street.
September 11, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
On the 15th of June, Brussels was as quiet as if there had been. neither war nor rumours of war

On the 15th of June, Brussels was as quiet as if there had been. neither war nor rumours of war

in the neighbourhood. Until the arrival of the Prince of Orange in the evening, nothing was known of the combat at Charleroi, except that it was a sharp affair of outposts. After receiving the prince the Duke returned to his dinner; but soon afterwards Gen. Muffling came into th
September 18, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
THREATENED CUBAN EXPEDITION.

THREATENED CUBAN EXPEDITION.

The Washington correspondent of the New York Courier says that the Spanish Minister has called the attention of our Government to movements for another invasion of Cuba, in a manner to cause the adoption of precautionary measures. He says—" It is pretty well ascertained that ind
September 25, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
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p . is heir to." But, like the Monster in "Frankenstein," the things to which she has given form, substance and being, seem destined to work her own destruction. Happily, however, for frail humanity, it is otherwise ordained, that special Providence which "tempers the wind to th
September 4, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
coarse useless grass. The mountains are very difficult of ascent, from having on their sides steep valleys, ravines, and gullies,

coarse useless grass. The mountains are very difficult of ascent, from having on their sides steep valleys, ravines, and gullies,

like great winding rents in the sandstone rocks. PLAINS.—The Bathurst are 1,970 feet above the level of the sea; the vale of Clwyd, 2,500 feet, and King's Table Land, 2,700 feet above the level of the sea. RIVERS.—These are but little known yet, and are thought either to flow in
September 11, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
AUSTRALIAN SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

AUSTRALIAN SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

LONDON.—Entered Outwards for Loading.:—Sept. 6, Derwent for Port Adelaide.—Sept. 7, Blackheath, for Port Philip.—Sept. 8, British Isle, for Port Philip; Rattler, for Sydney; Trafalgar, for Sydney ; Duke of Richmond, for Portland Bay. Cleared Outwards with Cargo.—Sept. 4, James,
September 11, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
alisattaurous.

alisattaurous.

RUINOUS ComPrrrricas.—The competition between the Leeds Northern and the York and North Midland and Berwick Companies seems to have reached the acme. The latter are now actually offering to convey passengers from Leeds to Newcastle and back, via York (338 i miles in all), for 2s
September 11, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
Ships. Tonnage Commmanders. Destination. To Sail. Walvisch ... ... 950 T. Schut • Sydney Sept. 25 Maitland • ... 900

Ships. Tonnage Commmanders. Destination. To Sail. Walvisch ... ... 950 T. Schut • Sydney Sept. 25 Maitland • ... 900

W. Henry Sydney Oct. 1 Hooghly... ... ... 700 J. Durrant Port Philip Sept. 20 Constance ... 850 J. M‘Beath Port Philip Sept. 30 Medway... ... ... 900 A. Mackwood Port Philip Oct. 5 Undine ... 450 T. Farr Launceston Sept. 18 Cornelius Holtman 650 J. Rolman Adelaide Sept. 20
September 11, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
TO INTENDING' EMIGRANTS AND OTHER TRAVELLERS BY SEA. To BE SOLD, for £lO, a CHILD'S DOUBLE -11- CAUL—the sailor's charm

TO INTENDING' EMIGRANTS AND OTHER TRAVELLERS BY SEA. To BE SOLD, for £lO, a CHILD'S DOUBLE -11- CAUL—the sailor's charm

against shipwreck. The Caul came from a male infant, born in 1837, and is certified by the accoucheur. Apply to Mrs. Hartley, No. 16, Winchester-place, Pentonyille, London. ,
September 11, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
the English light division succeeded in winningthe ridge of Busaco. The French army had not made their march unmolested, and

the English light division succeeded in winningthe ridge of Busaco. The French army had not made their march unmolested, and

the badness of the roads having delayed the military chest and the artillery, Colonel Trant had made a daring effort to seize both; but though he failed in this, he carried off a hundred prisoners, and delayed Massena two days. This circumstance was attended by momentous results
September 18, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England