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September 11, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
- FOR GEELONG (Port Philip), under engagement -11-- of her Majesty's Emigration Commissioners, last shipping day the 16th September, the

- FOR GEELONG (Port Philip), under engagement -11-- of her Majesty's Emigration Commissioners, last shipping day the 16th September, the

fine British-built ship and regular trader STEBONHEATH, A 1, 1,014 tons per register, coppered and copper-fastened, T. SARGEANT, Commander; lying in the London Docks. Has superior accommodation in the poop for first-class passengers. For freight or passage apply to Captain Sarge
September 11, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
A USTRALIA! AUSTRALIA ! ! AUSTRALIA ! ! TO EMIGRANTS AND OTHERS. J. J. FORD, Auctioneer, House, Estate, and General

A USTRALIA! AUSTRALIA ! ! AUSTRALIA ! ! TO EMIGRANTS AND OTHERS. J. J. FORD, Auctioneer, House, Estate, and General

Business Agent, begs to inform intending Emigrants that he makes QUICK DISPOSALS of PROPERTY and BUSINESSES of every description m a ki ng t e mporary i advances on the same, f required, before completion. Apply at 16, Arlington-street, New North-road, Islington,
September 11, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
T • O GENTLEMEN and other Persons (non-traders) whose pecuniary affairs have become embarrassed, and who are struggling against the

T • O GENTLEMEN and other Persons (non-traders) whose pecuniary affairs have become embarrassed, and who are struggling against the

force of accumulating difficulties.—Recent Acts of Parliament afford relief by obtaining protection from arrest, without the painful necessity o f see ing their names.in the "London Gazette," or undergoing any imprisonment; also for Tradesmen whose debts are under £3OO. Books of
September 11, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
troops on what had been the French ground, returned across the. battle field to sup at Brussels. It was a

troops on what had been the French ground, returned across the. battle field to sup at Brussels. It was a

melancholy ride, for on an area of little more than two square miles, lay fifty thousand dead or disabled men and horses. The conqueror was deeply affected at the sight, and is said to have wept bitterly. The losses . of the British alone were as follows :
September 18, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
04 oaten tmnxi,

04 oaten tmnxi,

0 4 oaten tmnxi, LONDON, SATURDAY, SEPT. 18, 1852. THE usual interval of sickness and suffering experienced by frail mortality was spared ARTHUR DUKE of WELLINGTON, who on Tuesday last was carried off by an epileptic fit, at Walmer Castle, in the county of Kent; and so sudden was
September 18, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
TO EMIGRANTS!

TO EMIGRANTS!

THE following GUTTA PERCHA ARTICLES will be found of great value to Emigrants, especially such as aie proceeding to the GOLD DIGGINGS. GIJTTA PERCHA. LINING FOR BOXES. Buckets. Drinking Mugs. I • Life Buoys. I Flasks. GUTTA PERCHA TUBING Washing Bowls.. I Syphons. Suctions for P
September 18, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
LOSS OF AN EMIGRANT SHIP.

LOSS OF AN EMIGRANT SHIP.

WEXFORD, SEPT. 18.—The oyster-boat Teetotaller has just arrived at our quay, having in tow two boats containing about sixty male and female passengers, and part of the crew of the ship Bhurtpore, of Liverpool, Bambridge master, bound to New Orleans. which vessel struck on the no
September 25, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
EMIGRATION SKETCHES.—No. 11. MRS. CAROLINE CHISHOLM

EMIGRATION SKETCHES.—No. 11. MRS. CAROLINE CHISHOLM

On the page of colonial history, Mrs. Chisholm's name is now brilliantly written. In the biographical records of the friends of mankind, she has wor thil y earn ed a prominent position. In her God-like mission, self has been absorbed in fervid devotion to the Christian duties of
September 25, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS

NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS

S. B. A.—The giver of such gifts, as those of which you would like one, has but one general answer for all applicants: "Come to me, on a vacancy • produce your testimonials as to integrity and qualification for (Alice, when, if no stronger influential claimant, you shall have th
September 25, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England