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New Zealand Gazette and Wellington Spectator, Volume I, 21 August 1839, Page 1
NO. I, a Specimen Number of the NEW ZEALAND GAZETTE, a News- paper for the First and Principal Settlement of the New Zealand Land Company, which it is sup- posed will be at Port Nicholson, in Cook's Stralt*,is now presented to the public. It will be found to con- tain various information interesting to the Colony now on the eve of departing, to their friends, and to those who may wish to be acquainted with the principles, objects, and local circumstances of the Colony, and the actual proceedings of the Colonists to the present time. The Second Number will be published in New Zealand as soon after the arrival df the Colony as it may be found possible to print it, which, it is hoped, will be within a 1 fortnight of the disembarkation of the Colonists and as ships pass through Cook's Straits almost daily, on their return from Australia to Europe, it is expected that immediate and frequent opportunity will be afforded for transmitting the second and sub- ■equent'numbers to England. Price of this specimen number, 9d. annual subscription, £1 10s., in advance. Orders received by Mr D. Ramsay, at the New Zealand Agency Office and Subscription Reading Rooms, 5 Adam street, Adelphi. Under engagement to sail, 15th September, for SOUTH AUSTRALIA and PORT PHILIP, Calling at Plymouth, and having three-fourths of "her cargo engaged, will be dispatched with the same punctuality as the Caroline," -3** rpHE FAST-SAILING SHIP> JyUSk X ORISSA, Al, 450 Tons. JSQ^Mt^James Brown, Commander, lying in k»Vs&s©the St Katherine's Docks. Has a poop, lofty between decks, first rate ac- commodation, and will carry a Surgeon. For freight or passage apply to Richards, Wood, •and Cc, 117 Bishopsgate street Within; or to Charles Dod and Co., 17, Mark lane. FIRST SCOTCH COLONY FOR NEW ZEALAND. -k*3- THE ship BENGAL -ifiSPk MERCHANT, of 503 tons, JBT Qwk. having been chartered to sail from »cjjj"]|»v|^3Jjjg Greenock in September next, par- ties intending to join the Colony are requested to do so on or before the 20th August current, in order that the necessary preliminary arrangements may be made for the Voyage. The selection of Emigrants from the applicants for a free passage will be proceeded with as soon as possible. Each applicant will receive a printed circular, mentioning the day on which he is to attend, before the 20th current, at the Company's Office. JOHN CRAWFORD, Secretary. New Zealand Land Company's Office, 24 Queen street, Glasgow, 13th August, 1839. EMIGRANT SHIPS FOR NEW ZEALAND. THE Directors of the New Zealand Land Company hereby give notice that the Company's Ships will sail for the First and Princi- pal Settlement, as under mentioned The Oriental, 506 Tons, The Aurora, 550 Tons, The Adelaide, 640 Tons, From London, on Tuesday, the 10th of Septem- ber next. The Duke of Roxburgh, 417 Tons, From London, on Tuesday, the 10th of Septem- ber and from Plymouth, on Satuiday, the 14th of September next. -The Bengal Merchant, 503 Tons, From London, on Tuesday, the 10th of Septem- ber, and from the Clyde, on* Tuesday, the 17th of September next. By order of the Directors, JOHN WARD, Secretary. New Zealand Land Company's Office, I Adam street, Adelphi, 20th. August, 1839. SOUTH AUSTRALI AN & NEW ZEAjLAND, EMIGRATION BOARDING HOUSE, No. 20 Burr street, St Katherine's Docks, IS most conveniently situated, and neatly furnished for Families and Gentlemen about to emigrate to either of the above Colonies will find every attention paid to their comfort, com- bined with very moderate charges, having the advantage of being in the immediate neighbour- hood of the London and Sf Katherine's Docks, in a respectable and quiet neighbourhood. Private sitting rooms, and large warehouses, packing rooms, &c. &c. P. S. A letter addressed as above will be punctually attended to. TO INTENDING EMIGRANTS. A YOUNG MAN of respectability, prac- tically experienced in the breeding, rearing, fattening, and general management of Sheep, Cattle, Horses, and other Live Stock, tenders' his services^ to any gentleman about to proceed to Australia, Van .Diemen's Land, or New Zealand, as STOCK MAN, HEAD SHEPHERD, or GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT. Apply, post-paid, to H. 8., care of Mr. W. Innes, bookseller, Hanover-street, Edinburgh.