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Hobart Courier (Newspaper) - November 10, 1854, Hobart, Tasmania National Library of Australia trobit Boonnar the Swan 5road Trust Are availing themselves of the Agency s is useful society to obtain a number of married Ginde Emigrant labourers for the roads of that Sut fat we beg to recommend other Road trusts to ii themselves of the facilities and advantages Weh this 8ociety affords As it is vain to expect to Wiki efficient or qualified labourers from the respect ?. Batches with which the London emigration com a toners Bave recently favoured us out of the funds Xiv seized upon which were sent Home to meet the late Bounty scheme and which must presently be 5� Andrew s soon Ltd Launceston. Gentlemen to wish to Dine with the society on St. Andrew s div mu�1 for a beat the russians at Auster Lils eylau and Friedland and pained the peace of tilsit. In the Campaign you Aro about to under take you will show yourselves worthy sons of those valiant soldiers and inspired by those great souvenirs without pretending to such grand triumphs we will prove to our emperor and to Franco that we know How to justify their the total number of French troops shipped at Calais on Lioard British vessel during the week was 242 officers and 9,064 men. They embarked in screw men of War and transports. The French men of War embarked Camp Equi Page and an immense amount of ordnance stores besides 550 engineers and artillery and 78 artillery Hornes. The grand total therefore of the embarkation Complete is 9,856 officers and men and 99 horses. Sebastopol and City of caverns. The Harbour of Sebastopol which Pisut the pro sent time the chief naval depot of the russian fleets in the Black sea is situated on the South Western coast of the Peninou a of Crimea. It is one of the finest harbours in the narrow Bay extends a consider ble distance Inland where it is intersected by a sort of inner Harbour which opens nearly at right angles to the northward and extend some five Miles into the country. The depth of water excepting near the head of the inner Harbour is about six or Eil lit fathoms. In the Cove where the town is built there is a depth of five fathoms close in Shore. The Bottom consists of Clay and mud and is free from rocks or Boals. At the Mouth of the port As Well As on its two sides and on the Southern Uncle of its inner Harbour there Are Strong commanding fortresses on which Are mounted Many heavy Cannon completely commanding the Entrance of the Harbour. Merchantmen Are not allowed to enter the port of Sebastopol and it has become exclusively a naval station. In its inner Barbour May at All times be seen lying at Anchor a goodly Fleet of Large hips of War. The town of Sebastopol is situated near the site of the ancient City of Cherson a part of whose ruins still rear their stately forms in proud Defiance of Lime and his invisible agents. Sebastopol is Well built with wide and regular streets inter Eglin each other at right angle1. The houses Are mostly constructed in the modern i style. The Prin Cipal edifices Are the admiralty Arsenal Hospital and Barracks. The town of Inkerman City of caverns is one of the chief curiosities in the City of Sebas Topol. It is situated about a mile from the head of the Bay ear the Bank of the Small Creek which flows into the Harbour. It consists of a great number of apartments connected by Pas Sage and stairs Ali Hen out within a ledge of calcareous Rock which extends partially across the Valley. Among these room Are handsomely arched gothic chapels with niches in various places besides great numbers of sleeping rooms and cell All excavated within the solid Rock. The a highest part of the Rock has been Cut away so As to overhang its base and thus Render any ascent to it Impo Nible except by Way of the narrow and at present somewhat Minous Stair Way within. On the Summit Are the ruins of the old Castle of Kerman and one Amatine round Tower about forty feet High is still very imposing. A magnificent View May be obtained from the top of the Rock. The origin of the Inkerman caverns is not known although they Are generally supposed to have been constructed m the Early Ages of christianity by a Colony of Arians who fleeing from persecution entrenched themselves Hern and for a Long time resided in this lonely Vale Sec me in their Rocky for i Ess and Happy in their new religion. It is said that they first applied for permission to construct dwellings in the government of Cher Sones. But they were told that there was no Home for them in that Vicinity that they might Only dwell among the rocks of Inkerman. The Arians took them at their word and Sunn excavated the Cliffs into durable dwellings chapels Halls and corridors causing at once forbidding facades to appear when illuminated at night like the front of a stupendous Palace. About being issued from the Prest a review of sir Wai. Denison s administration in Van Siemens land in which the effects of his policy and that of his opponents Are impartially considered. Orders for the pamphlets will be received at the office of the Hobart town advertiser. 5125 wanted til o rent in a healthy and cheerful part of al the City a sin nil cottage containing four or five rooms. One with a Small Garden and a View of the Riter would be preferred. Apply to Alua. Taui6131 names of shareholders in the Eastern coast steam navigation company. Swan port. A " i v Shaws. Francis Cotton. 20 James Amos 1. R80 w. T. Noyes20 Edward Carr Miaw 20 Bernard Shaw. 10 mrs. M. Fenton. 5 Adam Amos. 10 i t Henry Lyne. 10 John Webster. To John Meredith. 50 Francis Cotton Juu. ,10 Thomas 20 � Thomas Buxton Juu. 10 -.? Henry Cotton. 10 Mary Cotton 1 Rachel 1 Duncan m Pherson Jun. To -1 Henry Cook. 5 or. Robert officer . To henrys. to Frederick Thomas. 15 James lord.,.,.�., 10 Henry James marsh.,. 5 or. William Crooke. 5, James Vautin. 10,Joseph Allport James Browne 5 Samuel c. Marsh. 5_ William fisher.,,7".750 november 3,1854. \ / 6038 one Hundred and fifty hams for Sale. They will not be shorn fora month. A Early inspection is solicited by w. Hawson. Woodbury Antill Ponds 4tl� it 9th november. Of &.?.? "

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