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TO EMIGRANTS and SHIPPERS — MEDICINE CHESTS, &c. Messrs NOAKES and Co., Wholesale and Shipping Druggists, 87 Snow hill, have always ready a large assortment of well-seasoned Smr and Family Medicine Chests, particularly adapted for New Zealand and Australia. Emigrants and Shippers arc supplied on the Aiost reasonable terms with any quantity of Drugs and Chemicals of the best quality, Patent Medicines, Perfumery, &c. Full directions for the use and application of the Medicines accompany each Chest. Settlers may remit orders .through Messrs Daniell and Co., of New Zealand, to which immediate attention will be paid. SHIPPING AGENT. "^MIGRANTS having Merchandize, J—^ Baggage, and Stores to ship, are requested to apply to J. STAYNER, 70 Lower Thames street, Agent, by appointment, to the New Zealand Land Company. NEW ZEALAND LAND COMPANY. Capital, 100,000£, in 4000 Shares of 251. each. — Deposit, lOL'fyer share. Governor — The Earl of Durham. Deputy- Governor — Joseph Somes, Esq. Directors. Lord Petre. Hon. Francis Baring, M.P. John Ellkrker Boulcott, Esq. John William Bucklk, Esq. Russell Ei.lice, Esq. James Brodie Gordon, Esq. Thomas Alers Hankey, Esq. William Hutt, Esq., M.P. Stewart Marjoribanks, Esq. Sir William Modesworth, Bart,, M.P. - Alexander Nairne, Esq. John Pirie, Esq., Alderman. Sir George Sinclair, Bart., M.P. John Abel Smith, Esq., M.P. William Thompson, Esq., Alderman, M.P. Sir Henry Webb, Bart. Arthur Willis, Esq. George Frederick Young, Esq. Bankers — Messrs Smith, Payne, and Smiths ; and Messrs Wright and Co. Standing Counsel — John Buckle, Esq. Medical Director — Sir John Doratt Knight, M.D. tSolicitors — Messrs Few, Hamilton, and Few. Secretary — John Ward, Esq. Office, No* 1, Adam Street, Adelphi. -This Company has been formed for the purpose of employing capital in the purchase and re-sale of lands in New Zealand, and the promotion of emigration to that country. A description of these Islands as a field for British colonization, has been rendered unnecessary by the labours of the New Zealand Association of 1837, who collected and disseminated very ample information on the subject. The sole aim of that Society was to induce the legislature to apply to New Zealand the peculiar system of colonization which has proved so eminently successful in South Australia, and to make provision for guarding the native inhabitants from the evils to which they have hitherto been exposed by their intercourse with Europeans of every class. Her Majesty's Government, however, objected to all legislation for -these ends, except on one condition, to which the Society could not assent. The proposed condition . was, that the Society, which had excluded from its objects all speculation for private gain, should become a joint-stock company and engage in undertakings witb a view to profit. This condition was declined, as being at variance with the declared character of that Society; and the result has been the formation of the present Company, in a form consistent with the condition thus required by her Majesty's Government. The purchase and improvement of waste lands in New Zealand has been already carried on to a great extent, and with much advantage, by missionaries and others, who have settled in the country, as well as by persons residing in the adjacent Australian Colonies ; and such an operation upon an enlarged scale is the proposed object of the New Zealand Land Company. The attention and business of the Company will be confined to the purchase of tracts of land, — the promotion of emigration to those tracts directly from the United Kingdom, — the laying out of settlements

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, New Zealand Gazette and Wellington Spectator, Volume I, Issue 0, 6 September 1839

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 New Zealand Gazette and Wellington Spectator, Volume I, Issue 0, 6 September 1839

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