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Emigration Gazette (Newspaper) - February 26, 1842, London, Middlesex THE AND COLONIAL SETTLERS UNIVERSAL EMIGRATION IS AS NECESSARY IN THE ECONOMY OF A AS IN THAT OF AN ANTHILL A BEEHIVE PUBLISHED EVERY PRICE COLONIAL FOR THE Fine Riverbuilt Bark Burthen 200 New Coppered and JOHN Lying in the West India Has good and suitable heights between decks for For Freight or Passage apply to the on or at during Changehours or to URQUHART Sworn Michaels Cornhill Warranted to Sail on or before the 1st of DIRECT FOR New South THE fine Bark burthen 253 Coppered and SAMUEL Lying in the Katharine Has superior accommodations for or Passage apply to the on or at during Change hours to and Austin Friars or to URQUHART Michaels REGULAR TRADERS FOR THE following splendid Vessels are now being laden by the They are all of the first have most elegant accommodations for and engagements will be given as to the days of sailing Fo7 SYDNEY the DUKE OF 500 WILLIAM SCOTT For SYDNEY the WILLIAM For HOBART TOWN the ROBERT For PORT PHILLIP the For PORT ADELAIDE South Australia the Richard Lying in the London For terms of Freight or or further apply to MARSHALL EMIGRATION TO VICTORIA CENTRAL TO sail on the 25th of March a fine first class Ship of 400 Tons A proprietor of a large section of land in Victoria intending to sail on the abovenamed day for that in conjunction with several parties of capital and who have pur chased and engaged their a few more respectable Agriculturists and Mechanics are invited to join the Any person possessing has it in his power to render his prospects comfortable for as the price of land is only per and provisions are both cheap and The landscrips being goods of a suitable for are taken in exchange for The early settler has many advantages in this country he has the choice of locating himself in the best parti of the Colony as soon as the country becomes more thickly the price of land will be con siderably and the best situations will then have been selected by specu who will have their own price for Price of including provisions Chief Second For purchase of and further apply if by letter prepaid to Resident Consignee for the FIFTY POUNDS o OWNERS of JThe above Reward is offered to any personwho can furnish proof of the death of a young named REGENT HENRY sometimes calling himself who has been missing since the month of Octo then in his 21st at which period he left the ATALANTA BRIG off and returned to with the intention of going to the WEST or the and returning in the fol lowing since which time he has not been heard of the above reward would be given for satisfactory information of the name of the Vessel in which he Address to Strand Thomas Ship Wap London or Empowered by Special Act of 4 BRITANNIA LIFE ASSURANCE This Institution is empowered by a special Act of and is so constituted as to afford the benefits of Life in their fullest to and to present greater facilities and accommodation than can be obtained in other The decided superiority of its and its claim to public preference and have been proved by its extra ordinary and unprecedented Among the following important advantages may be enumerated A most economical set of computed expressly for the use of this from authentic and complete and presenting Hie Imcest rates of Assurance that can be qfered witltout compromising the safety of ilw Increasing Rates of Premium on a new and remarkable plan for securing Loans or Debts a less immediate payment being required on a Policy for the whole term of Life than in any other Premiums payable either or in one or in a limited number of A Board of Directors in attendance daily at 2 of the Assured in every case admitted in the All claims payable within one month after proof of Medical Attendants remunerated in all cases for their Premium per per payable during Five Five Five Five of 5 10 16 12 19 6 4 14 7 16 13 7 PETER Resident A libtnl Commiision to Solicitwe AUd Agents REGULAR PACKETS fiOR CANADA AND NEW Under the Management of CARTER and of to be despatched with the same PUNCTUALITY and the same ATTENTION to the Safety and Comfort of the which have distinguished their Ships from CORK to JOHN Sole Agent for THIS Line of Packets will consist entirely of Ships of Large and of the First with lofty and wellventilated apartments for the fitted in the most comfortable and the Captains and Officers will be carefully They will direct from under the inspection of the Government Emigration alternately for QUEBEC IN AND ST JOHN IN NEW During the months of and on fixed with strict This Line has been established for the purpose of obviating the great misery and destitution to which to Arnerica from several Ports in and irom have been The Colonial Newspapers have been filled with heartrending detuils of their which are not more particu larly referred to in this as it has been thought better to depend wholly on the authority of official documents which have been laid before Parliament Extracts from these are annexed to the Circular issued from the and par ticular attention to them is most eamesljfff It will be seen that the following serious evils in innumerable arisen from the mode in which Emigration to the North American Colonies has been hitherto generally pursued from Ireland and where it has been the practice for the Emigrants to provide entirely for their own subsist ence during the passage The Emigrants have been detained at the Port of Embarkation for long periods after the promised day of and have consequently been obliged to consume part of the provisions intended for their From that orfrom want a sufficient supply from wasteful expenditure of their they have been destitute of provisions before their voyage baa been half They have been obliged to purchase provisions from the captain at exorbitant and for that purpose to part with the little stock of money intended to provide for their support on their first or to enable them to travel up the They have been frequently induced to squander their money in pur chasing ardent spirits during the thereby inducing habits of intempe rance and TO REMEDtftfHESE It is intended that these Packet Ship shall Sail punctually on the respective days but if prevented from Sitting on the days by contrary winds or any other the Emigrants will be allowed at the rate of One Shilling per Diem for their and while waiting for the sailing of the and Rooms for Luggage will be afforded to Married Men and their Free of any at the Emigration Depot the Emigrants with their Luggage be conveyed to the free of in consequence of the frequent cases of distress alluded to in this where Passengers have victualled themselves it has been determined as inost conducive to their to issue a certain portion of Provisions acccording to the undermentioned throughout the liowever long it tnay and one provisions on the same scale ivill be given to tacit Passenger on under tlie inspection of tlte Govern ment Immigration at the Port of No or other articles shall be permitted to be Sold to the Emigrants during the voyage under any pretence FOR EACH i of of or Ounce of Ounce of Quarts of Children will be computed according to Act of Potatoes will be issued as long as they last instead of Flour or Rice in the proportion of 51 of Potatoes to of Flour or Emigrant will he allowed to take on Board any reasonable quantity of Provisions which he may require in TheCharge for Passage and Victualling has been fixed at the Lowest Possible consistent with the safe and comfortable conveyance of Emi One half of the Passage Money to be Paid on engaging and the remainder at least THREE DAys before the day fixed for Sailing those who may neglect to pay the balance of their Passage at the time above to forfeit the amount and all claimto a whether their places may be filled up by others or The Emigrants must provide their own Bedding and proper vessels to con tain their allowance of Metal Plates and Drinking Ships will be sent on the above Terms to any good Port in Ireland at which Emigrants equal in number to 100 Adults or shall be pre viously Applications to be made to CARTKR Lcad London or to JOHN The FIRST SHIP for New will Sail from on 26th The FIRST SHIP for will from Cork on the 9th April and they will be followed by other Ships for each in regular and rapid Passengers taking money to the are recommended to apply at the nearest Branch of the Provincinl Bank of where they can obtain Letters of Credit on the Bank of British North at either or Toronto in or John or Frcdericton in New which are payable with full current premium of only to the Passengers themselves by this means they will avoid the risk of loss incurred by carrying and they will receive a larger amount of Cur rent Money of theColony for their Letters of Credit than the same value of Sovereigns or or other Specie would Parties who expect Money to be sent to them by Friends in the North American Colonies should advise them to obtain the Letters of Credit of the Bank of British North in the Provincial Bank of which are granted oh very favourable OUTFITS TO NEW AND THE JAND MONNERY beg to call the attention of the public to their OUTFITTING Fenchurch and Borough where a large assortment of requisite for a voyage and residence in New is kept ready for immediate use on the most reasonable Lists of the articles with the prices forwarded opon appli Cabin Sea LIVERPOOL PACKET ON SUNDRY New Colonialbuilt VESSE One Hundred to Six Hundred Tons and from AMERICAN AND COLONIAL The NEW YORK Packets sail punctually from SpiJLiverpool as STEPHEN per 1st March 3tH 650 650 630 For PHILADELPHIA 680 tons per For BALTIMORE 400 tons per st 13thj 1st 1st The above are all splendid Coppered and Copperfastened American Ships the first and largest class they are commanded by men of the firstrate nauti cal skill and and have been long and justly celebrated for their superiority of accommodation and swiftness and punctuality of Persons about to emigrate can secure a passage in the Second or Steerage of any of the above Ships by sending their and a deposit of to the and they will be guaranteed their ex according to Act of if they are detained at Liverpool more than two days after the day named for and on the lowest For particulars apply to American and Colonial NEW YORK THE Vessels selected to form this Line are all American and of the first and laigest and are com manded by men of acknowledged skill and talent they sail punctually at fixed winoj and weather and 1 f J 4Vt A i are not if by any other Ships in the i ri 3 1 Passengers J ti X V will find the accommodations in Second and Steerage of the most superior Families can have private State The following Ships are now loading HOLDER 900 Tons Tons Tons And the Black Ball Line of Packet Ships Tons To sail on her regular the 7th for NEW Tons 900 Tons For ELIZA 900 Tons For to sail with the first Spring A FINE FIRST CLASS BRITISH For terms of passage apply to and at the Transatlantic Packet and Goreo Passengers are allowed their if detained after the day ap pointed for ft tt it it NOTICE RESPECTING TT having come to the knowledge of the MEXICAN JL GOVERNMENT that certain persons are endeavouring to dispose of lands in this is to give notice that the Government of Mexico WILL NOT RECOGNISE any or Engagement which fo reigners may make with the usurping authorities in and that all grants of land purporting to be made by the said usurping authorities will be null and void and parties acting upon the same will do so at their own risk and January DECREE OF THE MEXICAN GOVERNMENT RESPECTING PROHIBITED October Excellency the President ad interim of the Republic has commanded me to inform that under this date he has issued a decree directing the rigid enforcement of the laws against that foreign cotton cotton and cotton woven goods of the qualities pro hibited by may be seized in any port or place of the Republic and that immediately after the brief formalities prescribed by law are complied such prohibited goods are to be burnt and destroyed by the officer of Govern in the presence of the proper authorities and the parties detected in or having foreign contraband goods in their possession will be com pelled to pay the fines and penalties inflicted by the law for this I am further directed to instruct you to publish foregoing in the daily journals for the due information of merchants and others trading to the To the Mexican Signed NEW T ABIES and GENTLEMEN proceeding to NEW or any of the arc completely fitted out with every requisite at the lowest wholesale by THRJESHER and door to SOMERSET where lists of Outfit for each Colony may be Waterproof Sea and strong durable Cabjin NEW PUBLISHED BY AND Just in one demy HISTORY of the REPUBLIC of from the Discovery of the Country up to the present time and the Cause of her Separation from the Republic of Mexico with a description of the Cli General and Institutions of the original sind present Inhabitants including the and With a showing the Boundary of Texas Texas as claimed by the and the exact Extent of Territory now in their possession Table of By DORAN We hope that the work of who resided in Texas a consider able nnd who travelled over a great extent of will speedily disabuse the people of England of the erroneous impressions that have been so studi ously created to assist the designs of jobbers and Monthly Now A POCKET COMPANION to MAILLARDS TORY of the REPUBLIC of TEXAS containing a New Tabk s of the Uf Towns and their list of Seaport of Price London and
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