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THE THOMAS LOWRY,

THE THOMAS LOWRY,

65 0 tons burden, C. PETERBRIDOE, Commander; to sail from London the 19th August, from Plymouth 29th August. For ADELAIDE and PORT PHILIP, THE JOHN WOODALL. W. IllosLop, Commander, 600 tons burden to sail from London 2nd Sept. from Plymouth 12th Sept. FOR ADELAIDE and PORT PHILI
19 August 1848 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
Emprrial Varlianunt. HOUSE OF LORDS.—Mo•TDAY.

Emprrial Varlianunt. HOUSE OF LORDS.—Mo•TDAY.

Varlianunt. HOUSE OF LORDS.—Mo•TDAY. Wilkg-rityal assent was given by commission to numerousWls, the titles of which are set forth in the paslistentary report. The subject of the Irish poor latraviriconnection with the rating of lessors, was raised ' by Earl of LUCAN, the Marquis
19 August 1848 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
,f-orcictn Entcliigence.

,f-orcictn Entcliigence.

FRANCE.—A telearaphic dispatch has been received at Brest by the Maritime Prefect, ordering him to preyare the two new frigates, the Belle Poule and the Uranie, for the reception of 1,200 of the insurgent prisoners. The Ulloa, containing the insurgents arrived on Monday night in
19 August 1848 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
ilittrature,

ilittrature,

A - - WORDS ON THE HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY. J. A. K. SBISTER. Gilpin, Bishopsgate-st. Without. „ not before they were required. We consider ese f ew words calculated to effect a considerable 4 ! 3l l 3 rcevement in the condition of thousands of our and oppressed fellow subjects in
19 August 1848 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
Sorcfom Entclifacncc.

Sorcfom Entclifacncc.

Entclifacncc. FRANCE.—The Committee of Finances has detided on the rejection of the project of M. Pougeard, to convict the extraordinary tax of 45 centimes, and those of mortgages and successions, into a national loan of 200 millions, and has appointed M. Leon Faucher to report u
29 July 1848 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
SINGAPORE.

SINGAPORE.

On the 20th ult., H. M.'s at., Meander arrived with Rajah Brooke and staff, after a passage of 93 days. Mr. Brooke landed incog., but on Monday afternoon returned on board the frigate, and at 5 p.m. landed in state. Mr. Brooke proceeded to the residence of the governor, and will
29 July 1848 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
WEST INDIA.

WEST INDIA.

The Royal Mail Steam Packet Forth, Captain E. Nay, arrived at Southampton on Tuesday night last, bringing the usual British and Foreign West India, New Orleans, and Bermudian mails. From Jamacia, up to 29th ult., we are advised of no improvement in the position of that colony. T
29 July 1848 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
EMIGRA.TION TO NEW SOUTH WNLES.—Packet Ship, warranted to sail on or before the ist of October.—For PORT PHILIP Sc SYDNEY

EMIGRA.TION TO NEW SOUTH WNLES.—Packet Ship, warranted to sail on or before the ist of October.—For PORT PHILIP Sc SYDNEY

direct, theifine first-class teak-built ship - - LORD HUNGERFORD, e, t ' OO 5 per register, JOHN PATERSON', Commander, lying in „ East India Docks. This fine Vessel has a spacious poop, upwards a 6-ft. 6-in, in the between decks, which will be fitted Up expressly for passengers,
16 September 1848 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

DUBLIN.—The police officers from Clonmel, Cashel, and Ballingarry, together with the authorities of the Crown office and the witnesses to be examined on the coming trials, were at Kilmainham on Friday and Saturday, when the depositions of the witnesses were read over to them, an
16 September 1848 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
EMIGRATION IS NOT EXILE.

EMIGRATION IS NOT EXILE.

THE tree is fixed to a spot, each species affecting an appropriate soil. The pine thrives on the mountain steep; the oak strikes its roots into a deep clayey soil; the bamboo loves the sweltering jungle. So a:so of the various species of lower animals. The lion limits his range
16 September 1848 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England