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ARRIVALS THIS WEEK

ARRIVALS THIS WEEK

Wheat. Barley. Malt. Oats. Flour. English Irish 2490 Foreign 3670 .. 13760 .. THURSDAY. Imperial Weekly Averages for the Last Six Weeks. Wheat. Barley. :Oats. Rye. Beans. Peas. a. d. a. d. s. d. a. d. s. d. a. d. 39 7 27 6 19 6 30 3 33 7 31 4 41 2 27 4 19 3 29 4 33 2 29 10 43 7
September 25, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
"THLY DISTRIBUTION OF

"THLY DISTRIBUTION OF

Zirftet. FREE PASSAGES TO AUSTRALIA. Should the above number be one of those drawn at the Allotment of Free Passage Tickets distributed by the Proprietors of this Newspaper amongst their Friends and Subscribers, the fortunate possessor may immediately exchange it at the Office,
September 4, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
DIED.

DIED.

On the 7th inst., at narley-street; Cavendish-square, R. Crosse. esq., 73rd, Regiment of Bengal Native Infantry, fifth son of the late T. Crosse, esq.; of Herne-hill, Surrey. On the 7th inst. Mrs.' Fontaine, of S omerse t- s treet, P or t man - squa re, widow of the late John Fo
September 11, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
PARTICULARS,

PARTICULARS,

37t; 6d I to 37s 9d 1,767 20,873 9,008 20,479
September 25, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
. Ships. Tonnage Commmanders. Destination. To Sail. Hamlet ... ... .. 700 J. Wilson Sydney Sept. 11 Walvisch ... ...

. Ships. Tonnage Commmanders. Destination. To Sail. Hamlet ... ... .. 700 J. Wilson Sydney Sept. 11 Walvisch ... ...

930 T. Schut Sydney. , Sept. 25 Maitland ... 900 W. Henry Sydney Oct. 1 St. George ... ... 1,000 It. Davison Port Philip Sept. Ii 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 Prince
September 4, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
TO GENTLEMEN and other Persons (now traders) whose pecuniary affairs have become embarrassed, and who are struggling against the force

TO GENTLEMEN and other Persons (now 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 of seeing their names in the " London Gazette," or undergoing any imprisonment; also for Tradesmen whose debts are under £3OO. Books of accoun
September 4, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
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Zicktt. "444, , : t Nit. .44k,

September 11, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
A WEEKLY EMIGRATION NEWSPAPER.

A WEEKLY EMIGRATION NEWSPAPER.

LONDON: SATURDAY, SEPT. 11, 1852. will be eligible for a free passage. Previous to the mere business-matter of the distribution, a lecture will be delivered to the company by one of the editors of the Golden Times, upon the all-engrossing subject—Emigration to the Gold Fields of
September 11, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
Artigu Efitumr.

Artigu Efitumr.

MADEIHA.—By the arrival of the Eclipse, Captain Davis, from Madeira, we learn that the dispute between the officers and troops of the Portuguese garrison was entirely confined to the barracks, and was not likely at all to interfere with the resident inhabitants or visitors to th
September 11, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS.

NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS.

S. Kiss (Dover Heights).—From a parliamentary paper just published it appears that the number of troops employed in our colonial possessions during the year 1850, was :—Officers, 1,675, and men, 38,752, at a cost of 1,329,656/. This is exclusive of artillery and engineers. A. A.
September 11, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England