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WORKS ON EMIGRATION RECENTLY PUBLISHED BY SMITH, ELDER, AND CO. CORNHILL.
RECONNOITERING VOYAGES AND TRAVELS.
With Adventures in the New Colonies of South Australia; a particular description of the Town of Adelaide and Kangaroo Island; and an Account of the present state of Sydney, and parts adjacent, including Visits to the Nicobar and other Islands of the Indian Seas, Calcutta, the Cape of Good Hope, and St. Helena.
By W. H. LEIGH, Esq.
In 1 vol. 8vo. embellished with numerous Engravings of the Natives of South Australia, &c. Price 10s. 6d. cloth.
"This is not only a very entertaining volume, but it contains also much practical information. The writer is a plain narrator of facts which came under his own immediate observation."--Sunday Times.
"No greater service can be rendered to persons about to emigrate to Australia than to peruse the valuable information this volume contains respecting the actual condition and feelings of those already located in that part of the world."--Sun.
"Mr. Leigh appears to be a candid and impartial writer, and his statement is a narrative of facts, not the theory of a visionary speculator. The work is more than amusing; and we can recommend it as containing much excellent advice to such as have an intention of emigrating."--Era.
SIX YEARS' RESIDENCE IN THE AUSTRALIAN PROVINCES ENDING IN 1839,
Containing the History, Trade, Population, Extent, Resources, &c. &c. of New South Wales, Van Diemen's Land, South Australia and Port Phillip, together with an Account of New Zealand, with their capabilities for Colonization.
By W. MANN, Esq.
Demy 12mo. Illustrated by a Map of Australia, New Zealand, &c. price 12s. bound in cloth.
"We question very much whether this is not the most useful and trustworthy volume of any that has yet appeared, and is of especial value at this time, when the tide of emigration flows so rapidly in the direction of these provinces."--Old England.
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WORKS ON EMIGRATION RECENTLY PUBLISHED
THE PRESENT STATE OF AUSTRALIA.
A Description of the Country; its Advantages and Prospects with reference to Emigration; and a particular Account of the Manners, Customs, and Condition of its Aboriginal Inhabitants.
By ROBERT DAWSON, Esq.
Late Chief Agent of the Australian Agricultural Company.
In 1 vol. demy 8vo. price 14s. boards.
"This is an important work on a very important question. The author's advice to emigrants ought to be read by every one contemplating a trip to a remote colony, from whence they may not have the power easily to retreat. The most valuable portion of Mr. Dawson's volume is unquestionably the mass of practical information it affords to all persons contemplating emigration."--New Monthly Magazine.
THE FRIEND OF AUSTRALIA;
Containing Observations on the immense benefits of Emigration, of forming New Settlements, and the importance of elucidating the Geography of Australia; treating at length of its mysterious Interior, with Plans for Exploring and Surveying the same with safety; Plans and Methods of forming Tanks and Reservoirs as practised in India, recommended, and illustrated with Woodcuts, &c.
By an OFFICER in the EAST INDIA COMPANY'S SERVICE.
Second Edition, in 1 vol. demy 8vo. illustrated with a Map of Australia, and 5 coloured Plates, price 16s. boards.
"This work contains much valuable information respecting the social, moral, and physical condition of Australia. The author's suggestions for colonization, &c. are for the most part worthy the attention of the legislature."--Observer.
TWENTY YEARS EXPERIENCE IN AUSTRALIA;
Being the evidence of Disinterested and Respectable Residents and Travellers in those Colonies, as to their Present State and Future Prospects; the whole demonstrating the Superior and Extraordinary Advantages of Emigration to New South Wales, alike to Men of Capital and the Labouring Classes.
Demy 12mo. price 1s.
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BY SMITH, ELDER AND CO. CORNHILL.
The Present State, Resources, and Prospects of New Zealand.
By EDWARD CAMPBELL.
Small 8vo. stitched. Price One Shilling.
THE CONDITION AND CAPABILITIES OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND, AS A PLACE OF EMIGRATION;
Being the Practical Experience of Nearly Ten Years' Residence in that Colony.
By John Dixon.
Small 8vo. Price 2s. sewed.
A COMPLETE ACCOUNT OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND;
Giving a General History of the Colony, its Commerce, Agriculture, Inhabitants, State of Society, Public Institutions, Schools, &c. Presenting the utmost possible Information regarding the Colony, with the most judicious and valuable Advice to Emigrants. Price 4s. boards.
Compiled from the Van Diemen's Land Almanack.
HISTORY OF THE ISLAND OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND;
To which are added, a Few Words on PRISON DISCIPLINE.
Demy 12mo. Price 5s. boards.
JOURNAL OF A RECENT VISIT TO THE VINEYARDS OF SPAIN AND FRANCE:
Forming a Guide to the Profitable Culture of the Vine in New South Wales; and to the Manufacture of the various Wines of Australia to rival those of France, Spain, and Portugal. Also, A GUIDE TO THE SUCCESSFUL CULTURE OF THE OLIVE, with Useful Remarks on the Preparation of Raisins, Figs, Almonds, and other dried Fruits, with an Estimate of their Profits as articles of Merchandise.
By JAMES BUSBY, Esq. of New South Wales.
Third Edition, 12mo. Price 4s.
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WORKS PUBLISHED BY SMITH, ELDER AND CO.
FOR THE LABOURING CLASSES.
OBSERVATIONS ON THE ADVANTAGES OF EMIGRATION TO NEW SOUTH WALES,
For the Information of the Labouring Classes in the United Kingdom. Comprising valuable Extracts from the Minutes of Evidence taken before a Committee of the Council at Sydney; also, the Report of the Chief Justice to his Excellency; with other authentic and useful information, just received from that Colony. Price 6d.
USEFUL HINTS RELATING TO EMIGRANTS AND EMIGRATION;
Embracing Observations and Facts intended to display the real advantages of New South Wales, as a sphere for the successful exercise of Industry; and to supply such Information as may be found useful in leading the Emigrant to run the least possible risk of failure before turning his Industry or Capital to profitable account.
By the Rev. HENRY CARMICHAEL, A. M.
Resident in Sydney,
With an Appendix, besides numerous corrections and additions to the original text; embodying in the whole, a large amount of information, calculated to be of essential service to the intending Emigrant from Great Britain or Ireland, to the Colony of New South Wales.
Third Edition, 12mo. Price 1s. 6d.
NEW ZEALAND IN 1839:
Or Four Letters to the Right Hon. Earl Durham, Governor of the New Zealand Land Company, &c. &c. on the Colonization of that Island, and on the present Condition and Prospects of its Native Inhabitants.
By JOHN DUNMORE LANG, D. D.
Principal of the Australian College, and Senior Minister of the Church of Scotland in New South Wales.
In demy 8vo. price 3s. 6d. sewed,
"To persons who may have formed an idea of betaking themselves this new asylum, we earnestly recommend Dr. Lang's book, entitled 'New Zealand in 1839,'--a seasonable, authentic, and highly useful pamphlet."--Times.
STEWART and MURRAY, OLD BAILEY.