Theatre Royal. –The Pantomine, we observe, is postponed till Friday. Meanwhile, the theatre is crowded nightly, the public being admitted at second price from the commencement of the performances. Music Hall. –We stated, about two month ago, that, in connection with other improvements in the Assembly Rooms, a plan was under consideration for erecting a Music Hall. We are now …

The Wool Trade. –The whole of the London public sales of Colonial and other woold having now been gone through, the wool trade is in a more settled state, and transactions by private contract are conducted on a more extensive scale. The total amount of the late sales, the last of which took place on Tuesday, was 4,000 bales, and …

The Wool Trade.–London, Thursday Night.– This afternoon the first sale of wools for a long time past took place at Garraway’s Coffee-house. The quantity announced for sale to-day was nearly 200 bales, consisting of about 100 bales of New South Wales wool, 50 bales of Van Dieman’s Land wools, &c. The New South Wales wool was first put up and …

Australia. –We understand the celebrated navigator Captain Parry has been appointed the Director of the Australian Agricultural Company. He proceeds to that colony immediately ; the salary is stated to be very handsome. Transcription Information: Collected from a digital image by M. H. Beals. Transcribed by Max Templer. Citation: Scotsman (Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom), 20 May 1829, available at the …

House of Commons Thursday, May 6. Mr J. Smith presented a petition from the Australian Company which was founded for the purpose of cultivating lands in New South Wales, praying that they might be incorporated. The petition was ordered to be referred to a Committee. Transcription Information: Collected from a digital image by M. H. Beals. Transcribed by Max Templer. …

On Monday 14 instant, the ship Andromeda of London, James Muddle, master, sailed from Leith Roads for New South Wales, with 67 passengers, all of whom are very respectable people. The vessel has on board a full cargo of merchandise, and a great number of agricultural implements. Transcription Information: Collected from a digital image by M. H. Beals. Transcribed by …

Emigration. The following is an extract of a letter dated Louisville, August 12th, 1820, from a Scotchman who has been long settled in America, to his friend, a Scotch Farmer, who rents 500 acres of land in the County of Middlesex. “The circumstances in which this country is placed at present are truly melancholy, when compared to what they have …

Emigration The authenticity of the following details of the miseries endured by some German emigrants proceeding from Amsterdam to America is, we are told, guaranteed ; otherwise they are almost too shocking to admit to belief : “Libson, Nov. 4 “We have just been witnesses here of an event which has renewed those gloomy reflexions which the friends of humanity …

Emigration to America. [ Extracted from No.15 of Cobbet’s Register, published on Saturday, 12th instant ]. Cobbett’s arrival in America,&c. On Wednesday evening, the 27th March, we embarked on board the Importer, D. Ogden, master, bound to New York, where we arrived on the 5th of May, with about 40 steerage passengers, farmers, and tradesmen, who were fleeing from ruin …

New South Wales A journey into the interior of New South Wales, across the Blue Mountains, performed by his Excellency Colonel Mac quarrie, Governor of the settlement. From the official account, dated Sydney, June 10. 1815. The Governor desires to communicate, for the information of the public, the result of his late tour over the Western or Blue Mountains, undertaken …