Government Gazette | 政府憲報 | 1854-FOC

MEINA AND HONGKONG

SAM.

THE FRIEND

VOL. XIII. Na 1.

OF CHINA

AND HONGKONG GAZETTE. PUBLISSIED WEDNESDAYS AND BATURDAYS AT NOON

 

VICTORIA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4rn, 1981. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION |= the PRIEND OF UHINA AND HONGKONG GABETTB, por Annum, 18 Spanish Dollars, payable in advance, TERMS OF ADVERTI?INA.-Tou lines and under, 1 Mpz Dalle | pdilitional, en soum??iyo. Roperistons one-third of the fest regular insertion shlper. Adverchoments to bave written, on the hee of them, the number of times they are required in appear, otherwise they will be published antil counter made when quarterly somunia are rendered for adverilmements ordered to stand sadisturbed for a period of dirré manike. Kadees of Brune and Katalon will be inserted in both Orencana und Hamı mazais alltiona unha ordered to the contrary.

Full charge made les

TRIESTE ROUTE.

THE AUSTRIAN LJOYIN

TEAM NAVIGATION

COMPANY'S

STEAMERS,

'NOTICE.

THE undersignal have to enwoüner,

mente for the Ketablishment of a Lámaní

ply regularly between Alesan | Prehria bertan Hananone and Bay Fran?TICO, drie and Trimm corresponding with the monthly | to be diepalakad panetually on the jest of rack Masch, under the designation of the GILINA and

and bymonthly Indian Steamers,

cates have been fixed; viz

The fates have been reduced and the following || CALIPORNIA LINE, Larga mulishte Mip, the smiling qualities of which have been thoroughly To Chus £16, 2nd Chas £11, Bet Cloon £7, iasied, will be enlactol. They will be uncarep- including Table money and fees.

sionable Risks for knowance, and any f'argo they Arrangements have been entered into between | may damage will be asompi fram Freight.' the Director of the Peninsular and Orients! B. N. Company and the Directors of the Austrian Lloyd's | 5. N. Company. (hai,--

Is, Pamenorde intending to proceed from Chê viu Trinata, oum recedes tickem from the Penivault and Oriental'Company's Agents for Altsandria.

2nd, Patremsky' Badnaam can be shipped, from Alenumbris by the Peninsular and Oriental Company's Besma for Southampton??the Freight being Ten Shillings Sterling per Cat.

Brd, Receipts for Cargo and Bracın intended for Shipment to Triede, will be granted by the Peninsular and Oriental Company's Agonis la Alexandria, Instead of to Sues as formerly, but each Package is to be provided with a white label, on which in latincily marked in print.

"J Transit for the Aurutan Laönn's SynaMER."

For further particulars apply 19,

W. PUSTAU & Co. Agents at Hongkong and ( union,

Eloupkong, Im July, 1868

NOTICE TRENSTURLANDO India Sthan

Boat Company�?Souanen **JAVA," having been engaged

c�?by the Java Government dip the service of the blemombly Mail between Batesia and Singapore, under contract for 12 months, will ply regularly during that period between Bateria acð Singapore leaving the former post about the 10th or fith of every month, sad Singapore within 24 hours wher the arrival theru of the Moil which lexues Southempien on the dth of the preceding month,

The rates of Pumage money are as follows "-

| Chiky Canier. From Singapore to Rhia

da to Mine do. to Batavia

Do. ?о

-

8 18

75

Retorn Tickets from Singapore to Bstoria and ?nice veren $120,

[SECOND GABEN. From Angapore to Minto- Du. do. 10 Batavia. DECK PABENDRAS. From Biegaporn to Rikina

do.

48

Do

to Mint Do.

Le Batavia 20 Childrm under 10 years of age hall pico

De

of Free For farther information appear to Mem M MACLARKE WATSON & Co. Directora Bachao Pranga & Co. Singapore.

Batavia, 26th April, 1858.

NOTICE.

(Nand her Monday the 2nd

instand, until further notise, the Howexone and Canton STEAN Company's Steamens will ply regularly batween HomeRONG, CARTon und Macao, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday (volem previous notice of deviation be given) as follows:-

The Bort leaving Hustanova on Monday and CANTON on Friday, will coll at Madan, starting at 7. The hours of departure at other times will b8a, and the house will proceed direct betwe

Horexone and Canton. When inducement offor the Boats will call at Countramown but previous asics of such deviation will be given when preo ticable,

The fores will be as heretofore.

#

"

In Clam Perunormu between Hongkong, &

Canion and Mucuo & Denton 98. Between Hongkong_and_M?ese - 95. Dick Pamengeta, Koropean - M

Malaye, dac. $1,50, Chinees, - Passengers danirous of proceeding to Macao for short period any oltam return Ticketa, available for the first or second Stanchar after their arrival, at the reduced rates of between Flongkong sud Margo, and $19 bolwern Casion and Macao.

Every first class Passenger will be allowed ons servant free of charge.

The rewala will convey Freight on the terme Labsiz rajfsbod scalf; on whleb, however, nomu qule for large qanatiden, by

for Freight of Passage LT?TE, STILL, & Co. 24 c. 3. P. Ch

WANTED TO CHARTER CHIPS of from 600 Toos and upwarde for enveyance of Chinese Emigrants jo Havana. "Apply to

LYALL, STILL, & Co.

Hongkong, 14th November, 1662.

To millat Falrung,

The LORD WARRINTON," Captala Camere. Gloede from Caston will be convaya | free of ever Freight. For Yantent or l'abside, apply to

MURROW, STEPHENSON & Co. Hongkong, let December, 1853.

OABIN PASSADE

TO PORT PHILIP AND SYDNEY. 723, THE Pins British Bhip * RONG OF BILARON," will be despatched Make for the above Porta in the course of next week, and has scoemmedations disengaged for a few Cabin l'amongers.

Any parties wishing to take a pasange in the Phip will be plussed so maka varly application to

M

MEYER, BOHAEFFER & Co. Hongkong, Slut Deoutuber, 1863.

FOR PORT PHILIJP AND SIDNEY.

THE A. 3. Portuguese burqise TRE MELGIA, will have quick despatch for the above ports.

For Famiont of Passava, apply to

MEYER, SCHAEFFER & Ca. Banghong

a . ANGER X ALLANBON.

Casion.

Flongkong, 21st November, 1859.

FOR BAN FRANCISCO.

?G, THE A. 1, British ship "RONINA,"

MoWa Mister, will have quice |

despech.

"For Fariant of Passank apply to

MEYER, SCHAEFFER & Co. Hongkong, 241b November, 1863.

FOR SAN FRANCISCO. "A, THE A. 1. Dutch ship " 1818," C"p- in A. F. Guess, will be despatch- "Zed en or about the Lat Jamury neat, for the above port. For Funieur, apply to

MEYER. SCHAEFFER & Co Hongkong, lat Ducember, 1862. THE New British Larche "VICTORIA," with , trade regularly belmom Flonglong and Canton, Carge taken at moderate rates

THOMAS ROBERTS. West Point, Hongkong, 13 December, 1859,

TO LET.

FEN TWO COMO HOUSES on the South Side of Gough Street, and another on the North Wide of the same Shrust, such with Stab- be, Out-hoses, Catlen, &c. Apply to.

L. P. EVOER.

Witorin. Sed March, 1859.

T

TO LET.

THE HOUSE in Standy Street adjoin- ing the one now occupied by Mr Co- MRLATE. For particular apply to

N. DUUS & Co.

Hongkong, Blst October, 1953.

TO LET.

HOUSE in Carbon Terrast conialu-

Aina using items and it led Loome

with muthavere uttorkai, and kerge serommedation for deviata un ile ground far. Apply

TURNER & Da Flangkong, 12th July, 1963

NOTICE.

FE interest and responsiblity of Ma OLIVER 1 EVERKIT KOBERTS in our Finst Can son and Shangkat orased on the 2004 Pono last.

WETMORE & Da

Chaton, let Droomber, 1883.

NOTICK.

THE Busse heretofore sonducted in my

P. & J. BYRAMIRK COLAU where

will in Geturn be marind on unclut the style

Brother Mr. Jamaisun Beuamena Johan ia m mited 'ariner.

PESTONJEE DYRANJEN VOLAIL Cowan, Blet Desember, Tuba.

NOTICE

of

m

HARLES BRODERBEN ended a Panther in put Firm both në Chhen and Flinglong.

W". PURTAU & Co

China, ist July, 1968.

-

NOTICE.

PRICE $10 per unatam,

argely or otherwise at apton Single Mumhara 13 conto, 161,

Tost Insertion. 9 Sp. Däckten a vulnaquent datorveien 46 vaate A reduction of twenty dvo par apart en ummah abanga petition of any Advorientates in the Quemtare labor.

TM hereby given that Coparmership heres fe existing between the underwgned, angry, on buoleen al Victoria, in the Colony of Hongkong. a Menenanto and Couutiston Agants, in th day dissolved by mutual consent.

B B. RAWLR A. DAINKER

Hongkong, 10th August, 1863.

Warner in the above advertisement ad

entified that the said concern will he would, up by Ma 8 DRINKER, who la authorize le adjest all accounts, and to whom all correspondance will be addreared.

9. D. RAWLE B. DRINKER.

Hongkong, th August, 1958.

NOTICK.

HOLLOWAY'S-OUTMENT.

AMCASTONNUING CORE OF BENC

ALESS-A CASE CRISPIKESE POUN MAYOR OF BOSTON. Copy of a Letter from 3. Madly. Bay. Mayor of Beets.

Th -ima ileaUMWST.

Char Pie, -Mes Sarah Dizon of Liquorgané Imert, Boucan, has the day Japonad katere me that for a co solerable petid she was severaly aliniec vận ?ộn fluss Rates and Ulcers in her arma, fet, laga: 3 deal idree was obtained, at the men of a handg

plly grew worja,

liring receamended by a friend to try your nent, she pretu?a sushi pot, and a ben of the sod buffer that was all Mind, Sunnanna of armendia)

tome lenger, occording to 100 Brection, and strictly adhering to year value no to chút, de, so vai perfectly oured, and no o enjoys the bit of vanit?,

I rechain, Das Bie, yours truly.

TUE undersigned begs to give notice that he

Aspect Beninum, under the style and firms of of the stem at Hawa, Dulpen & Ca DRINKER & Go, and will areupy the premises

8. DRINKER. Tengkong, 15th Amguer, 1963,

near Dated Ang th, 1863

TUE 12 FRANKFORT STATE LOTTERY,

AN EXTRAORDINARY ARD BAPI? GURE G? FRYMPELAS IN THE LOD, AFTER MIERNE AID HAD FAILER Copy of a idir from Mrs. Blasien Tota, of the Put Open, Adalah Rost says Bagner, Onarım, dated Jan. 1 1859, fo Parmon Hal?onav,

Bir-bred for a tombéerskie pakal vere attack of Bersipeln, which et hyg le my leg, and revivind alt mundial (OMR)

Quaranteed by the Government of the free City offering wars vary great, mat) ??galti davomi

Frankfort-on-the.Main.

On the 39 h March the drawing commences. pad will be cominued daily until the 22nd of April, 1964.

The 541-wing large Prins will be gainal:- Premium of Florine 100 00 £8,150

| Pro

100,00

N

8,350

50,000-

4,070

1 Dico

20,000 1670

Do

15,000.

1,240

12,000

2 Dic of 5,000 Fl.

10 000-

1,000 810

4 of 4,000

16.000-

1,340

A hos al 2,000

109 & 4 of 1,000 100 Duo of 300

3,780 Duo al 100

10 Premium

6.900 shares.

The

16,000 1,240 -100,000 8,340 ... 30,000-

1,500 ** =578,000m 49,200 7,7H0.. 650

Fla 1,064,70 £8,000 Særk

12 Florins equal to One Pound Sterling,

men of the first 12 Prizes will everies

the Premium of 100,000 da, comarquently in share may grin about £16,700,

The abere State Lottery, established in 17:9, offers the best, faitest, and infant investment of any b?o trên ninh tinh tinh There are 18,400 Tickets and 8 000 Prars, the smallest prisa being 47. 10% Suching. The drawing will take place

Couros to pour Claimant and PUTTET ER delay, and am happy to say the rongly diwe i vocal, for they afloated u rudeni chat of and restored me to the awjaymens of budge ever spank with the utmost confidants of van clam, and have recommed them a plan neighbourbout almilarly efficiel, who deveral cons boldt-1 am, 15år, your obliged and faldefat farver,

(good) ELIZABETH TEATRE:

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A DREADFWLY PI-RASED AMOUR CURRY AFTER BEING GIVEN UP BY THE FACUL

TY, AT MALTA AND FORTUNUUTIS

TIM PITARA

The following Important demandanten pantolonun wandel sa Profesor Halloway for pattern rema 1. Dizon, Chester Kipronily damage Copy of a Letter from Coptara Budh Vom Ka

mevák, dated Janaury-1106, Bit V To Me Dasar,

Daar - sond you the

freed by Prafpagar Hallowed

Me Jonim Watson, lose in Har saltem ve | amado, sini after hunting path in die SA Be Betoon Plan si Mary, Mot guy

six manche, ma svet in Engined an on last mamah Hospital, where in smalle

amputated, he von corned out loratad caine in Yaunch, and area under o atli far about these comitia, buy the male page, worse that all hope we lost. At chân " advice, že tried Heliomay's Cumme al

by wateraicted applicación, handed at a

in the promise of the public, at the Lottery Hsored time to pavdoes health and sating Frankfort, under the unmodate control of a melon, commitive appointed by the High Buste

In the Lottery avery number is drawn, whatur 'b'unk or pray, and sey (om dinumotly marked in us cellist, a copy of which will be forwarded to schreige Sha haklar.

PRICK OF GUARDS. One Whale share

One Half-Share

One Opmeter-Share

£10,

£ 2. 10.

Th? kếowing aðralages are given by taking a | wunder of shares : -

5 Sharre, or

10 Hall ditte, of

£ 18

20 Uberver dato

1 Shares of

S Hall dista, or

£10

10 Quarter duo

30 Shares, or

de fall detto, ue Huarter Bbaran.

£ 100

Share and prospects are to be had of the undersignal, who she now spesially appointed #f the eels of sharra for home and foreign comuters, and have given araurity sulficiem su fellit, everg ang agendut towards the shareholders.

The Poonam will be paid in the Bast 1 wdien a K? Asian tourh an Emiah Balo

Iran, Dene vér, panaš very wele, _(Bigned) JOUI UMETIL

Albers Hotel Gresa Tarmuusk.

BUSPRKING CURE OF A RA? BERARE, HER-

YOUN DREILITY, ARO OH mening m

ILL HEALTH. Vagy vs a Letter from Mr, T. F. Ket, Chamkit k Le Mamant, M'mahanter, daal 216, 102, 10NS.

· To l'aerompa Flecaster,

Desi mirand have jernus plenanou în format

you the parienbarn of a 19P) CALESRE?AK

bad bros, Resid vabaly by the man at gaat der obed Obama and 19ine des sesarna Kouhanyzon street, in this Tamu, had hem for a man w ma?y? burg under nur vores delalley, fatto of attempt. Man | general ill andth, vecassoned by alergand swim

Le bea she had had made importeum in Gran al�?tha kena raelim for the coroaf uddi

vusady bezwaani emma, in fact she stryk canv all fach nað bæpe of a enot being climat, P trening and puntat condition of body suh mam pursuaded to have made in Jap Chischen mal Pilk, wilch she immediate); an thecome of a very abari than the elles perm

astowshing; her appetite was spudly the sermonicors in the lamet pradmeaty ??carons clotment of her sytning tilpas Pavel,

rema, Um le, yana? i

(gd) T. FORSALE

The Pulis should be met quainly vin dhe dhun

mag at the helping that: -

Car

AA BULWARESCHILD & SONS.

Bandre_and_Apzmieni tiomerna, se | Bankok:

Lowry ContrME (CUM,

Frankfuri wa cha Main,

Cat's

Camel and

Laal Muschen. Bephantiana

nad Kand-When inces freebat

Gor

Apply, without dulay, to Montro 3. A. Benwas - Coupe lan somice & Kona, Hankuen, Fenckfurt on the Mac

ur those who pro'or it, many direct their lettore a-j

| Chapped hende 1.1 onge

Jowe

| ronilahue la Momen A. Bonwantsesan di UN | Bold by all Druggine, and at Praktika Padaung (

mablishment, 241, hurand, Umb.

26, Lombardeo, Lvelun.

Made

PRANKFORT STATE LOTTERY.

Wh? reference to the totene al the above

Parkano), kalending paroliusers are suform

thai rõmmates of metins lur purckson of A. J.

By M. ?�?HILTA, and by HINNAM, a ther Bute,

also by WONG ACHEW-fl

St. J. M. Da FONC BUA,-2, aid Moonco ACOW & Ca-C

Momus prunica de Cach Amaksa, may be mi je - A1 34. Lad -20 96.-46, 66.-1 18,-15K & 16 Week 171 Aasan, Usimini Agrot, 11, Cla- each pot of Bar men en met de plus of Coles altares sinen.

Kontaktandmed Penn London, who will There is a considerakda nonlng by notưỡng ch�?

"Tand, Quakes, lai, 1983.

3.5 Mrections for the groidutus of patient in usury

shet nou alleel so nach Po

2

40

sings AP CHINA AND HONGKONG ALUZİVAN

SAM

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AND HONGKONG GAZETTE. PUBLISHED WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS AT NOON

VICTORIA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 471, 1954.

PRICE $10 per anally.

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION to the FRIEND OF CHINA AND HONGKONG GAZETTE, per Annum, 14 Spanish Dollars, payable in advance.qtarterly or other alas, 1 uption. Bingle Nowhere Somm TERMS OF ADVERTISING.-Ton lines and under, I pr Dolly; additional, 10 Ina. Repetlilone one-third of the Beat regular Insertion skips. - First Insertion, 4 Sp: Dolira, vvalroquent insertione të am

Adverthem to have written, on the face of them, the number of times they are required to appear, otherwise they will be published until countermetal. A reduction of twenty five per omni va nemal sharge made when quarterly an.munta are rendered for advertleman ordered to stand undisturbed for a perlad of three months. Nations of Arme and Eatute will be inserted la both Orentano and Yami weekly editions unless ordered to the contrary.

Pull eberge made for repetition of any Adrovomersant in the treenaav? (men.

TRIESTE ROUTE.

THE AUSTRIAN LLOYD'S STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S STEAMERS.

ply regularly between Alexan

drie and Prints outresponding with the monthly and bymonthly Indian Steamers,

*NOTICE.

THE ondersigned bare to announce,

that they have completed arrange monim for the Esmblishment of a Linen! Packeta bertara Hougaone and San Francisco, to be dispatebed passtually on the first of rack | Manch, under the designation of the CHINA and

The thres have been reduced and the following | OALIFORNIA LINE. Large suitable #hip, rates have been fixed; viz

the miling qualities of which have been thoroughly

T�?Clam £16, 2nd Vines £11, 3rd Class £7, | tested, will be selected. They will be uncarep. including Table money and fear.

tlouable Ricks for Jaswanos, sod any farge they may damage will be exempt from Freight."

Arrangemanta hava been untered into between the Directors of the f'animamlar sad Oriental B. N. Company and the Directors of the Austrian Iloyd's 5. N. Company, that,--

2, Paunonas Intending In proceed from L'hi vin Trieste, can revive tickets from the Peninsular and Oriental Company's Agents for Alesandria.

Sud, Patonworks' Batoane can be shipped, from Alcambria by the Peninsular and Oriantai Company's Bestro for Southampton ; the Freight bolag Ten Shillings Sterling per Cat,

3rd, Receipts for Cango and Senas intended for Shipment to Trieste, will be granted by the Peninsular and Oriental Company's Agonia to Alexandria, instead of to Pues as formerly, bat anob Package is to be provided with a white label, on which is distinctly marked in print. vận Transit for the Aurrutan Laons's STEAMRE."

For further particulata upply 10,

WE. PUSTAU & Co. Agents at Hongkong and Canton, Hongkong, Im July, 1888

NOTICE. THENSTWERlando India Sruan

BOAT COMPARE Breankn 'MJATA," having been engaged by the Java Govorament lip the service of the bi-monthly Mail between Bakevin and Singapore, under contract for 12 months, will ply regularly during that period between Batavia mið Singapore leaving the formar part about the 10th or 11th of every momh, and Blagupora within 24 | hours for the arrival there of the Mail which leaves Southampton on the dih of the preceding month.

The risk 3gp talonny 250 se follow

??CADİN.

From Singapore to Abio

Da

8

16

to Mice- da Do. do to Bamvin Return Tickets from Singapore to Eatonia and

'mine vorne $130.

-

SECOND CARTIN, From Angapore to Minto-

De. do. 10 Balavia-

DECK PAMENGEUR

From Singapore so Rhio

Do. do to Minta-

$26 49

Do. do, to Batavia. 20 Children ander 10 yom of ago half pujce

of Free

De

For further Information apply to Mours MacLATE Water & Co. Directara, Batavia,-or to Memm Blaczane Prata & Co. Singapore.

Bamvia, 26th April, 1855,

NOTICE.

"N' and after Monday the 22nd butant, until further notice, the Howakong and Canto Senam Company's Steamens will plz regularly between HONGKONG, CANTON and Manan, every Monder Wednesday and Friday (unlus previous neules of deviation be given) as follows:-"

The Best leaving Humanova on Monday nad Canton on Friday, will call at Madao, starting at A.. The hours of departure at other times will be 8 a.. and the boute will proceed direct between Beyeroo and Campor. When inducement offers the Boats will call si Commnemoon but previous nodos of sech deviction will be given when prạo- Licable,

The firms will be as herrinfare.

$1,60,

Je Clam Pamunaras between Hongkong, &

Canion and Macao & Canton $8. Between Hongkong and B-ast - 15. Ikek Pamengere, Koropean

Malaya, de, - Chinese,- Passengers desirous of proceeding to Macao for short period may attain return Tickets, available for the first on accend. Simmer after their arrival, at the reduced rates of @ed between Floogkong aud Mara, and it between Canion and Macao.

Every Arsi clam Passenger will be allowed one servant free of charge.

The resale will convey Freight on the terma * nyklished neut�? où whình, however, nomn Made for large quantities, by

Fraight of Passage

STILL & Co. 40. 3. P. Co

WANTED TO CHARTER CHIPS of from 600 Toos and upward

for nonveyance of Chase Emigrants Jo Banana. "Apply to

LYALL, STILL, & Co. ilanghong, 14h November, 1853.

To alla Flory.

The LORD WARRISTON," Captain CUMTT- Cloods from Canton will be conveye-i free of Kaver Freight. For Fanion or Pamus, apply to

MURROW, STEPHENSON & Co. Hongkong, Jal December, 1853.

CABIN PA88AGE TO PORT PHILIP AND SYDNEY. Mid, THE Fiss British Ship ROSE OP BILARON," will be despatches

for the above Poets in the course of bext week, and has accommodations disengaged for a few Cabin l'amongers-

Any parties wishing to take a pasangu in the Bhập will be plonasd sa maka ourly application to

MEYER, SCHAEFFER & Co. Hongkong, December, 1858. FOR PORT PHILLIP AND BYDNEY.

THE A.. Portuguese barque "TRE- (MELGA, will here quick deepniali

for the above parts.

For FEBIONT or Passage, apply to

MEYER, SCHAEFFER & Co. Hongkong. ANGIER & ALLANSON.

Conten

Hongkong, fiat November, 1859.

FOR SAN FRANCISOO.

IPBE A. 1. British ship " RONINA," MOWA Master, "will have quick despatch

"För Feziony or Pastaen apply to

MEYER, SCHAEFFER & CA Hongkong, 24th November, 1859.

FOR SAN FRANCISCO..

Zich, THE A. 1. Dotch ship" 1918," Cap-

5.4. Lain A. F. Gunson, will he despatch- Sponzed en or about the lat Jamury nant, for the above port. For Funsour, apply to

MEYER. SCHAEFFER & Co Hongkong, In Ducamber, 1883. THE Now British Latcha "VICTORIA," will - "trado regularly between flongkang sat Canton, Cargo lakon at mudesnio taken.

THOMAS ROBERTS,

West Point, Hongkong, 19th December, 1863.

TO LET.

TWO Commonton HOUSES on die South Fari

Bide of Gough Street, and smother on the North Bide of the same Street, sach with Stab- les, Out-houses, Gaplen, &c. Apply te,

J. P. EDOER.

Victoria, Brd March, 1858.

TO LET. THE HOUSE lo Stanky Street adjoin- ing the one cow occupied by Mr Co. MELATU. For particulars apply to

N. DUVS & Co.

Honghong, Plot October, 1853.

TO LET.

HOUSE lo Carbon Terrost contain-

Assisting items and 3 Bed Rooms, with outheters 1o-hai, anil large scommodation for sortants on the ground for. Apply to,

TURNER & Co. Tungkong, 12th July, 1853

NOTICE.

THE lateront and responsibility of Ma OLIVER EVERETT ROBERTS in our Film at Can

ton and Shanghas censed on the 30th Junt lon.

WETMORE & Co. Colon. 31st December, 1858.

NOTICE.

of

THE Businem beretofore conducted in my name Twill in fotere be onvried on under the style P. & J. BYRAMJEE COLAH where my Brother Mr. Janaejuk Broamann Colam is a?- mited Partner.

PESTONJEE BYRAMJEE COLAJ Canton, 31st December, 1863.

NOTICE

MR CHARLES BRODERSEN is shed

Partner our Firm both at Casios sod Honghang.

W. PUSTAU & Co.

China, im July, 1858.

NOTICE.

TS hereby given that the Capacitarakip heretofore existing between the undersigned, carrying business at Victoria, in the Colony of Hongkong. a Meucuanto and Commision Adanya, in this day dissolved by mutual consent,

8 B. RAWLE 8. DRINKER tiongkong, 15th August, 1853.

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HOLLOWAY'S/OINTMENT,

A MOST ASTONISHING CURE OF SORGFULOUS

ULARIN-A CASE OBKTĪPIKU TENISKA

MAYOR OF BOSTON. Copy of a Letter from J. Hall. Bog: Mayor of Becton, Lincobuhire, To l' HALLWAY.

Being wensmended by a friend to try gener ment, de procured a mail pet, and a les of the i and baled that was all nomi, symptoms of amende appeared. By persevering whh the momen samt time longer, sscording to the thre siricily adhering to your rules so to cat, INTE perfectly sured, and now enjoys the ban of hotli

I retain, Dar Biz, postes tragj

That Dim M?n Borah Dizon of Liquorpond. Shen, Horton, has this day deposed before me that for 6 slcalite period she was severely affiliated withe (. fokus Kores and Ulcers in ber arms, fet, leggy XX STEI reference to the above advertisement it in her perta of her body and althen

sotified that the said consorn will be wound.dical advice was obtained, at the sum of a lensing). op by Ma 8 DRINKER, who is anborized to.ty, she obtained no shatenet of deleting will be addreme adjat all accounts, and to whom all correspondence #radually grew worse.

9. B. RAWLE B. DRINKEIL Hongkong, 15th August, 1958.

NOTICE. THE undersigned begs to give notice that he A will carry on a Genrial Commimion nad Aorner Brakes, ander the style and Arm of DRINKER & Co. and will occupy the premises of the late firms of Haw, Dunken & Ca

8. DRINKER. Hongkong, 13th August, 1683.

THE 12th FRANKFORT STATE LOTTERY, Guaranteed by the Government of the free City

Frankfort-as-the-Maip,

|

Dutal Ang 196, 1845 ("po od) & NOBLE,

AN EXTRAORDINARY AND BAPIO QUER KRYSIPELA in the DRO AFTER MEN

AID HAO P??URI,"

of a letter from Mrt Bhumbeth Toutes, of the Copy

Foot Or, &dwich Heat near Bogner, Baron, died Jan. 1908 1343.

to Paramon Holloway,

Bi- red for a comiderable paieš sevare sitack of Beyolpaian, whim at the offerings are say great, and ) qulas dentersa in my leg, and resisted all panifcal frominatus".

On the 99 h March the drawing commences, sad will be cominued daily until the 22nd of April, 1864.

The following largo Priza will be gained :----

I Premium of Flucina 100 000= £8,150 | Pri

100,000- 6,360

+ Exito

80,000 4,170

I Dino

20,000 1670

1 Diso

15,000

"

1,250 12,000 1,000

2

of 6,000-Fl. = 10 000-

810

4

of 4,000

110.000

1,40

kool 2,000

-16,000-

0,240

#=100,

8,340

1,500

100 ? to of 1,000

3:00

109 Duo uf 5,780 Bus of 100 10 Praminna

0,000 Shares.

30,000m

** *578,000m 48,200

7,720..

050

Fil 1,084,7?? £84,000 Sierk

12 Florina equal to One Found Sterling. The int drawn of the first 12 Prizes will receive the Premium of 100,000 da comarquently on

shart may grin möout £16,700,

The above a Lottery, established in 1799, 'offers the beat, faierat, and safest investment of any like Continental distribution. There are 18,400

|

or to your Ointment and POR TANT** delay, and am happy to my the realt va uncomfel, for they offered a radiosi dus of dry i and raved me to the enjoyment of bank. Lever speak with the nimmt comillimés al your mill? cines, and have recommanded them in oihane in this neighbourhood similarly siliciod, who derived qual benefit-In, 8b, your obliged faithful,

(Signed) ELIZABETH TEATRO.

A DREADFULLY DI RASKD ARCLE CURED AFTER BEING DIVEN UP BY THE PADUI, TY, AT HALTA AND POETSMOOTH.

HOSPITALI

The following important antenataschen bas katedr tranded in Profumor Holloway for

B. Dizon, Chania; King-serant, Norated by Me

Capy of a Letter from Cydia arkay

mouth dated Jubury 18th, 1882)

Te Mr Dae,

na

Dear Gly-Fond you the partionlari of a d

Mr JON WALTen, late to Her Maje the Bettie Flest st Malte, bad a veti ancle, uni after having been in the MIC siz month, was oral in England in an in month Hospital, where he popolned ma zmonths, there, so as Malta, rafaslog të? amputated, he was turned out incurju

stat to Yarmouth, and was under a mi

for about these mahiha, bọc bộe ancla la

Tickets and 4000 Prima, the assallest prisa being advice, he tried Holloway's Ousmant an 3 unk

| 47. 10 Berling. The drawing will take place by moremitted application, hauled all

in the presence of the public, at the Lottery Hats | entered him to perfect health and strengt g

| Frankfurt, under the irradiate comeul of a seler,

commajare appointed by the High Senate

Trumain, Dear vir, yanas vary july.

(Signed) JOHN SMITH.

In this Lottery every number la drawn, whether | Albert Hotel. Great Yarmonski.

| b'auk or pris-, and its fute distinctly marked in the official list, a copy of which will be forwarded to

auch dreigo Shazaholder.

PHICK OF SHARES,

One Whole Share

One Bell-Shats

: One Quarter-Share

£10, £ 5.

- £ 2. 10.

The following advantages oro given by taking a number of Hhares:-

5 Bhates, of

10 Half ditto, or

-

£ 46

Quarter dino

10 Bhares, or

20 la disto, or

40 Quarter ditto

50 Shares, or

-

£ 10

£ 150

40 Half dito, er 90 Quarter Shares ... Shares and prosperasan are to be had of the undersigned, who are now specially appointed it the sole of phaera for home and foreign countrice, and have given security anfficiem to fulfil story ong@gment towards the shareholders.

The Prises will be paid in the East | udies and Chies through ou Enablished Bank,

1. A SCHWARZSCHILD & SONS.

Bankers and Appointed Governm N Lotary Contractors, Frankfort on the Main.

Apply, without dala?, to Mantra J. A. Schwa) za FOMILD & Sons, Bunkorn, Frankfurt on-the Maini

or those who pre'or it, may direct their letters and

SURPRISING CURE OF A BAD BREART, MER- VOON DEBELITY. AND GENERATE ILL HEALTH.

Copy of a Løbler Fm MC 1. P. Ker, Elonált 4., Lower Momime, Manalaster, dated P6, 106 10ẨN, To Para Escama,

Dear die bere great planeten to fredsting to you the partleaulnes of a vary extenerlikaya La bad breast, effected midly by the use of your tastebek Ultent and Pik. Men. Manena kubwa pas strees, in this Town, bad bona fir a amazing fa labouring ander narratu dabilty, lan of Appl 1) and general fil bealth, socasioned by ulomsted" "motoada în

| all the known comedies for the cure of

out any bowedcial result, in fact abve )

alt faith and hepa on eare being her temming and painful condition of body and mind, she was pursuaded to have soovary to your writte Uncle and Pin, which she immedia?NY KONIN the course of a vary short time the elliot grilin may mosi satomining; be appetite win spadly be moved home shades in the broman grufaadly kangkan the nervous excitement of her system was phẩng 20- ?�moval,

Ils, Dear Hir, youco inte. (igned) T. PORSIEN KLE,

The Pills should be saved conjularly with the Adminant in ar of the following them: -

Coras (Bell)

Bad Bee Bene Beaks

Cancers

Cowmoted d Bare Meta

Lie of Moscheen Bephanilatio

and Hand-Flies Futalas Cuco-bar

Chigo-fon

Chil Chapped hands

Glandular Bellaman

bp Lambago Pil

Wounds

Yam

remklasse to Meses A. BouwarzschiL & L'o, Sold by all Druggists, and at Profeet followay 96, Lombardat, London,

FRANKFORT STATE LOTTERY.

Wish referance to the terms of the above v?

var?inement, intending purchasers ste informed

| thai r?mittance of moules for purchase of A. J.

stablishment, 244, Strand, Location.

By Mr. JM Da SILVA, sad by HINAAM, s tim? Blora,

also by WONG ACHEW-Hagkong,

St. J. N. DA FONCECA,--Macna, and Mesaro ACOW & Co-Catom

SCHWARZHILD & Co.'s Bears, may be as lo At la, 1?d -20 Ud.-4a, Od.-1 ¡e, -Ek. & 336.

through Mr F. Atean, Colonial Agent. 11, Clasach pot of Box.

Mooi Lada, Lombard street, London, who will There is a considerabis saving by miông ch�?in such cases, protect the incau of Colonist | large ainos. Sharebeldera.

N.B-Directions for the guidance of patients in every

London, October, fol, 1853.

disorder are sfixed to each loc

BAM OP CHINA AND HONGKONG

BAM,

J

2

NOTICE.

THE internet and responsibility of the late Mr

erminated on the 29th of September laat,

Canton, 19th November. 1963.

TITE reference to the above advertisement the

business of the House will be conducted ut before by Ma D. JOHNSON under the avm? same which M??P. B. JOHNSON, is authorised to sign.

M JAMES BOWMAN will sign for us in Shanghot by procuration.

W. H WARDLEY & Co. Canton, 12th November, 1863.

NOTICE

LL Persons having claims against the Esuta Asha Ine WILLIAM HENRY WARD LEY are desired to sent them in forthwith to Masres W. El. Wandler & Co. Canton, or in Meas Janko Bowman & Co. Shanghaë, and thous in debied in the said Exoto ueu requested to make movediate payment to the mid parties.

D. JOHNSON

F. B. JOHNSON, }

Chaton, 9th November, 1858.

W

NOTICE.

Administrators

E have this day established at Canton, under

the same style, a Branch of our business as

Merchant and General Agents.

Mr. Esmony Alukandar Still in authorized

to sign our firm by procuration, and will represent un at CANTON,

LYALL, STILL & Ca. Honghont, Im Jitor, 186

CIRCULAR.

VE bare the honor to inform you that we still continue Businem in Akus?, under the stylu

WE

and firm of LANGLOIB, MCKELLAR & Co.

Car old experienen in the Rira Trade in the gustame for the good execution of all orders iranemuined to us.

J. P. LANGLOIS

DUNCAN MCKELLAR.

Akyab, 11th October, 1663.

UNION INSURANCE SOCIETY 1659.45.

Gununaa Mexting of the

TSHAREHOLDERS in the above Society

will be held at the Office of the undersigned on Saturday the 7th January 1854, ut Noon,

DENT & Co.

Sacraterin Hongkong, 28th December, 1853.

NOTICE.

LONDON ASSURANCE CORPORATION.

Established by Charter 1720. Dust & Co., Agents in Hongkong. THE undersigned are duly authorized by the above Corporation to (NBURE FROM LO89 OR DAMAGE BY FIRE, " Hongkong, on Huildings, Gouda, Merchowtise and Vessels in Port

De Clair, ou Horm in private occupation only, with external Walls of Stone or Brick, and envered with Shie, Tile, Metal, Cement, and other locum busoble Material, detached, or adjoining one,

24 Clam, on Horska ar Buildings exceed and covered so above, parily or entirely used us Go- duwas, and detached; and on Gowns woù Mac chandize, not hamardeur, in auch Buildinga.

Clu, on Houses or Buildinos nã above, adjoining other Buildings, and on Geone and Alum2 CHANDISE, nol hazardow, therein,

4th Class, on Hot or HLDN

erected

and covered as above, in which hazardous Gown are deposited, but no hazardous trade carried on.

bilan, on 8.

Assuramers may be effected for the period of 12, 6, or Montha,

|

No Insuranon is in force until the Premium thereon paid.

For further particulara, reference is requested to??be made to the undersigned.

DENT & Co. Agents.

Hongkong, 6th October, 1852,

NOTICE.

THE undersigned have been appointed Agents at Hongkong for the subscribers tu LLOYDS Masters Voelmata requested to communicate to them intelligence of losses, acci-leats, the spark. ing of Vasali, and ung gmezal information they consider of importance or interent to the subscribers,

LYALL, STILL & Co.

Hongkong, Bed Beptember, 1852.

TELEGRAPHIO MESSAGES. THE Directors of the Averaian Loves Stran NAPIGATION Company in Triene, have made Arrangementa for TELEGRAPHING MES. BAGES to Loada, or to any Part of the Continent, want to them from China.

The Menge should be sent under cover, super- scribed "Telegraphic Despatch," to the Alexandria Agent, for transmission through the Commanding Officer of the Steamer, and to be delivered immedi ately on arrival of tha Vemel at Trincia.

The Charge for Telegraphing 20 Words from Tricla per Bubmarine to Landon, is shout 16 Fls rima, or 12 Shillingu Starling ; nud £1 Berling fur

ca Morge

The writing must be in legible words For further particulars, apply to

Wx. PUBTAU & Co. Agents of Hongkong and Canton. Hongkong, 27th October, 1883.

FOR BALE.

PALE SHERRY, PORT WINS Bad Brandy of superior qualny, Natts of nizes in Casks of

LYALL, STILL & Co.

Hongkong, 14th November, 1858.

_THE FRIEND OF CHINA AND HONGKONG GAZETTE.

COALS.

FOR SALE at the Godwas of

MAC EWEN & Co. Hongkong, 30th December, 1955

PER OVERLAND MAIL. ADIES and GENTLEMEN' White Kid Gloves of morted sizes; Ladies' Stockings; Gentleman's Blanched and Unbleached Hook Dorekin and Buckskin riding and driving Gloves į Neck ties Superfine Black and Blue Broadcloth, &o, &., &

MAC EWEN & Ca Hongkong, 12th Desembar, 1953

JUST RECEIVED.

{ A fresh supply.) THE BOOKS or tun TIJAE PING WAN�?

DYNASTY-Trip of abs fermes to Nanking -and Firit of Dr. C. TaxLon to Chin keang.

Pue-01 Sp. per Copy.

A

Friend of China" Office,

December b. 1865,

LIST OF OUDS

FOR SALE AT Mas MARSEI'S Millinery Rooms, Quern's Road Hongkong.

CHOICE Selection of Bonuses of the fatos fashions consisting of Velvet, Satin" (lier

Bilk. Plain and Fance Straws of every description.

Black and Colored Silk Mandes.

Black and White Lace Do.

French Barege and Cashmere Bbawit,

French Glace & Taffeta Silks in avery lor." Black & Colored Silk Velva.

Do. Ribbons in all Widths. Sesh Ribbone. Bonnet do, Narrow Satin, Luta & Beranet do. French Brocade Bilk Dronne.

Olece Bill do.. White & Colored Tulle do. Lace do.. Barega de Bois da

Striped Poplin and Norwich Lustre da. Freneb Merino and Plain Muslin de Laine, Dn. in White, Pink, Sky, Slate drab & Nap blua French printed Cambric and Muslio da Hoyle Print do, Block & Colored Barage do White & Colored Tarlau nen in all colors, Swim and India Book Mosling

Jacennet Plain and spotted Mulla. Back Brusells Net, White do, Talle illusion. Blonde Edgingo, Real und Imitation Lace. Lace Falls. Do. Bertha, Bleeves, Collars. Chemisore da, &c., &c.

Plain and embroidered Cambrie Handkerchief Infants' Robes and embroidered Frocks. Capa, and a variety of under clothing. White and Colored Kid Gloves, Silk do. Bracelets and Neck tiem.

Pearl Jet and Chemitto Hand dreven Wrath and Bouquets, and a cholor selection of Feathers & Flowers from Mudarne Ferrisco's Paris.

An assortment of Ladies & Childrens Boots and Shoes from Fla! Kata Rua de la Puin? Joly a 1 uris, comprising White & Colored Satin Shoes, Kid and Mororen da, Bruff and Coutil d?, &c. &c

Linen and Cotton Dispare. Irish Lineo. Brown (folland,-Colored do.

Hormicks' Long-Cloth, French Long Cloth very ?ne and Night, Table Clotha very largo zinas, Table Coveis, Toilet Covers, Quilts, Anti-Macassaro, Lace Catining, Mosquito Nei, Rolled, Juncosal Linings, Union and Twill do., Victoria and Vaue- tion Skinning, White and Colarve Orinolines, Cri Doline Petticoats and Improvers, Corded Dio. Flos Flannels, Narsing Sings, French Wore do. Contil do., Children's Bands, White and Colored Bilk Hosa. Thread do. Merino do, Coton do Cotton Bockt, Wool Polkas, Wool Caps & Sleeves, Gaiters, Bootkin, Gloves Comforters, doc. a.

Woollen Hoods, Braided Satin and Merino do. White and Colored Satin and Merloo Hate, Braided Cloaks and Paline, Frocks, and a great variety of Children's Clothing of all kinds.

Haberdashery, Parasols. Elastic Pages Guntara, Bandalweb whils & colored, Wide Elastic Worst ed and Louther Bella. Linen Tapos, shirt Butt-15, Dress and Trimining Battens in great variety, Silk and Wool Braida, Cotton do, Washing da, ?toksie Net, Ribbon Plain, Bagle Trimmings, Sewing, Kaitting and Mending Cutten, Pion, Needler, Hooks & Eyes, Whalsbane, Covered Cann. Wad. dings, Cotton Cords, Ruches, Ribbon Wire, Silk Piping, Braw Trimmings.

AL40.

-From Price & Gossal!-

A small assortment of PERFUMERT..

Mr. Maman bage in odd that she will continue to receive the Lavier Fautions from London nud Paris Monthly.

Paynení to be made in Mexican Dollars, Hongkong, 10th December, 1859.

NOTICE DASSAGE MONEY by the Steamer "SPARK," I (from 11onagono to Madao and vice versu 05-or from Hononowe, or Macao in Canton and vice veran $8) sagether with all charges for reight, must be paid in Brantem Döllane, or their Canton marka equivalent, Hongkong, Im July, 1858.

THE

HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE

POOLMIEN ST ANTEGRITY.

THE abara Paper will he published every Ea

turday, and will contain all NOTIFICATION" ORDINAMORS and other Officia) Decumenie of the Hongkong Government, and ibose of Har Majuly'. Plenipotentiary and Superintendent of Trade, al-o the sal Advertisemente pebliabed in Government Goattra

The Terms of Subcription are,-$6 per Annum Single Copies, 25 cents. Advertising,--Five linen

mach additional line, 20 canta; half of the charger for repititions

Paru drain of subscribing or advertising will please direct their communicative to the Hongkong Register Printing office.

Hongkong Register

Printing Office, 24th September, 1833.

NOTICE.

Secomen's Hospital

TRUSTEES.

Honourable David Jandinn, Eng, C. D. Wi sama, Esq, Hon W. T. Manouk, Esq., it. 8. WALKER, Esq. Superintendent of the P. & 0. Bream Navigation Company, (ar oficio)

Trouwer,-J. G. Bowsina Boq. Resident Surgeon.-Presa Yorño. Esq. Consulting Surgeon,-W. A. Hawrand, Esq.

M.D. Acting Colonial Nurgeon

1

++

Terms of Adminion. Public Words. -- - 75 cents per day. Intermediate Warde, - 1

Duller " " Private Room, -9 Paciente are alan admitted on depoake, at the fol lowing rates, renewable one day presious to the amo deposited having been rapoaded,

Public Wards,

15

IntermaNate, -

-- 920, $30,

Private Ronma, "

The Cartalos or Comignons of Vessels must be responsible for the expenses of Patients sent by them to the Hospital,

N. R.--All Hospital Billy to be receipted by the Trespace only.

PUBLIC AUCTION,

THE wadersigned has received lestructions to sull by Ponzio Avorion, on the Premises

ON THURSDAY.

the 26th day of January next. Al Nood precisely,

Unless previously disposed of by private sale, the following Property,

In one Lot. That building la the Queen's Road known To the

HONGKONG OLUB HOD'USE,

And the not buildings attached, with the land upon which the whole le built-Registered in the Land Office as Taland En No. 10, menor ing 14 160 square feet.-Annual Ground Reat

1289,84

Also in one Lot

All the Splendid Furniture, Billiard Tables, Piste, Crockery, Glass Ware &o., du, belonging to the above orahlishment.

Conditions of Sale, Catalogues of the Furniture &c. will be distributed some days prior to the Auction,

GEORGE DUDDELL,

Auctioneer.

Hongkong, Oh November, 1659.

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.

NOTICE ??hereby given, that the Copartnership heretofore subsisting between YoutON JONES Monkew and Janno Stupiirmann under the Biyla or Firm of MURROW, STEPHENSON & Co, has been this day dissolved. The undersigned, Beaming the terponsi" ilalan of the mid Firm, will in fare conduri the business on his own account and la bis ow? nama

Y J. MURROW.

Hongkong, 2nd January, 1854.

NOTICE.

THE interest and responsibility of Me A. L. AGADIO, Jr. In our Firm conend from this date, and our Business will be conducted under the Style of G AGABE3 & Co, which Mr MALONU Asanzo is authorized to siga.

A. & G. L AGABEO.

Canton, Ist January, 1994.

NOTICE.

THE Partnerabip hitherin subsisting betwem my-

wif and bir FASTSAR EPOLINE ATRAJTE, at this place, ander the Firm of NESSERWAN. JEE ARDASEER BHANJAH & Co., clowns thin days and the Basinse will beefer be con- ducted by myself, as General Commission Ageni, ender my own Name and Byla

NESSSR WANJES ARDASEER BHANJAH Canton, Jet January, 1954.

NOTICE.

JAMES P. COOK la admitted a Parmer R

Busiers will be continued under the Name and Style of TH108. HUNT & Co.

THOMAB HUNT JAMES P. COOK.

Whampoa, Ist January, 1884,

?�WILL

THOS HUNT & Co. TILL continue to keep a Large and Extensies Apportment of SH?P CH?NDLERY, M the very Lowest Priem.

THOS, HUNT & Cu. Whampos, ir January, 1854,

PUBLIO AUCTION. TESSRS MAC EWEN & Co have received instructions to sell by PUBLIC AUCTION,

MES

On Saturday 7th January 1851.

at 11 o'clock a. M.

On Board the Ship "Bonanjee Hormusjee," (for the benefit of the concerned.) 12 Chests PATNA OPIUM. 1 do BENARES do.

more or less damaged by sea water ex Str. Shanghae.

TERMS OF SALE-Cask before delivery

in SPANISH DOLLABS Hongkong, 4th January, 1834.

FOR SALE.

TWO HOUSES on the South side

moderatu

Gough Street, each having Gard

·Stables, Coach-Houses, &a Ground-ra.

J. F. EDUER. Heughang, 2nd January, 1854.

CNINEDE BERIAL.

Vol. El No. I

CONTENTE

L.-Principles of Life and Fire Amarance, IL-Fable of the Horse and the Bing. [.-Mitenlaneous Now:-

Emigration from China and Foreign Coun-

icles compared,

Flotel at now Jersey, U. 9. described, Declaration of War between Turkey and

Shanghon News,

Vait of French, Alinister to Nanking, Proger of Insurgent army in the North, Amoy News,

Fonchow News,

Niugpo News,

Launch at East Atoo of the Levistban

clipper Republic,

Plunder of Fortune and procedings of I), M.

Bir. Herma

The Tepe Online

Return of Rumian vessels from Japan; their

DAWA,

Discovery of North West Passage,

Acceptance of Sir G. Bosham's Resignation. Burglary of Fast Point,

'J'onnage entered inwaida and outwards at

Port of Great Britain during 1884,

For ass at the Lension Mission House-Price 15 Cash each (or §1 per avaum for oven copies.)

Hongkong, Brd January, 1854,

NOTICE.

New Advertisemants should be sent as early os posible on the days previous to publication; but generally, advertisements will appear in the forth ering isous if received at the office de late as Eleven Wadassdays and Saturdays; specially excepting the days on which the Mails are dzspatched to Europe.

THE FRIEND OF CHINA

AND HONGKONG GAZETTE

THE FRIEND

OF CHINA

AND HONGKONG GAZETTE.

ENGLISH

AND CHINESE

Comparative Calendar

FOB A. D. 1006.

Being the Seventeenth Year of the reign of Her Majesty QUEEN VICTORIA, and the Third and Fourth of the rival Emperors HIENFUNG & THAY-PING.

FESTIVALS, ETC.

and Hilary Term

6 Epiphany-7'has ping 12th Sunday

mooth.

Afunday 9th Calcosa Drog Salt (First) 29th Chinese New Year (old style) Wednesday 48

Thorsday 5 7 Barometer range 19. 71' to 30 28 Friday

Saturday Therm'let

In Nisl Prius Sittings,

1st Ash Wednesday,

FEBRUARY, (in and Tad Chi)

ע 10

?? ?

2264

AUGUST. (7th and inter 7th Chi,)

Day of week, Eng, date la large, Chi, in small figures, Tuesday 10 815152219 Wednesday 291016 22 Thursday 810 1017 1714 Friday

Day of week,

JANUARY. (19h and lec Ok.) Eng, dass in Arge, Chì is emel? 6gwees,

JJ 24

10

1517 224 10

DU

16 18 2394 80

Sunday

Tuoaday 9 6

1000

17 19

2490 31

Monday

JULY. Day of week, Eng. daw to Surge, Chi, is out figners, Baturday

814 1521 98 915 16 9 23 19 31010017DC 2030

tình m? nh CM)

29 4 10 6

31 7

13

180

25.97

Tuesday

410

1244

1991

29 29

Wedecadey

17 1894 J210 1995

25 10

90 9

6

13 14 20 ga

27 19

Thursday

6 Ja

13 19 2095

27 3

LATEST DATES.

49. to 73.

79°14 (6021 93

185

Friday

14.30

211

Eagtand

Oct.

4, Sandwich blads Nor

"

15

Valted Bisse

Del.

4. Baleria

NAV.

Calcula

Dec.

6 Labora

Nov.

Bombay

Nov, 18 Hingapor

Dee.

Nadras

-

-Manila

Nov.

Bydney

Nov

9, Bhangbar

Dec.

C. G. Hope

Bepi.

Amoy

Dec.

5th T'herping New Your's day 8th Calentia Drug Bols (Second) 12th Septogatima Sunday, Wednesday 14

Day of weak,

Eng, dau la large, Cibl. lo small figures,

81

15 IN

29 15

Bad France

Mar. 18 No

Doc.

18th Criminal Sessions,

Thursday

20

919

217

294 30 1

26th Quinquagesima Sunday,

Friday

Batarday

24 47

10 13

17 90

2497

24 131 a

11 14

1891

25 08

�?

186 23

Sunday

812 36 19

26 20

Barameter tunge 29. 69, to 30.26* Monday

13 14208327 10

Therm'er. " 50 10 78

710 'Tuesday

14 17 21 34 28

Saturday $12 1218 Sunday 610 Monday

1916

26 3

18 20

20 T

27 4

714

1491 2400

28 E

MARCH. (2nd and 3rd Chi,)

SEPTEMBER. (lader Tik and 8th CAL)

5tb Quadragesima Ist Bus in Lent

Bb Caleous Drug Sale (Third)

Day of week,

Eng. date la large, CM. in avall (garve,

Day of week,

Wednesday 19

8 10

MENGENDA DRTIL NEET PUBLICATIO JANUARY.

|HION WATAR Rines Sula A. M. TOM.

21st 8po enters Aries,

Tharaday

24

16 18

Friday

15 23 22 199

30 2

Baturday

910

t

1894 29 #

30

281h Lady Day,

Friday

30 19

17 10

2416 91 3

Sunday

8 11

10 Ju

175

24 3

AUN

Saturday

ICID

1920

25 97

Monday

4 18

11 10

LA 96

26 4

Sunday

57

12 14

19 21

2198

Teoaday

6 1

1290

100

26

6

63 (8

2024

27 19

Wedonday 6 14.

18 20 2

21.

49 Lo 80

Tuesday

7.418 21 29

29

Thursday

7 160 1431 29

28 T

1st Nial Prius,

APRIL..

(3rd and 4th OK)

OCTOBER.

(ch and Chi,)

9th Palm Sunday,

Eng, data is large, Chi, lo

genes,

Day of week,

Eag, date to large, Chl. tom gros,

14th Good Friday,

15th Criminal Betsienza :

Saturday

811 15 18

2990

20 J

Sunday

1514

21 129

Sunday

912

16 Lo

23 24

304

10

16 16

28

80

16th Easter Sunday,

Monday

10 13

17 20

2417

10 19

1750

20

31.10

Tuesday

47

189r

25 19

180 1837

254

Wednesday 5

12 18

19

26 29

1221 1928 20 5

Thursday Friday

6 9

18 16

20 23

27

1417 2104

28

MAY.

VICTORIA WEDNESDAY, JANUARY (18, 1854,

4 Women-lay,-

5 Thursday, -- o Friday

DIARY.

6.42 0.318 4,10 1,39 6.42 5,28 200 2,24 6,48 5,299,00 3.18

Muon-Frel quarter youterday 11. 28 a. -- In Apogee on th�?10th, at 11 PM.

Oon informant on the subject of a certain ap pointment on board the Susquehannah has ad- mitted that he was in artor; and says that it arose through the individual alluded in being son on deck in a night gowo, while the play was going on.

*Tun P. & O. 8. N. Co's Lady Mary Wood arrived from Shanghan during the night, with dates to the Rist ultimo,

No further collision had taken place bo- tween the Rebels and Imperialists, nor any demonstration evinced that can justify any opimon

to the ultimate inue of the contest. Samen had paid off 15 of the West Coast pirate boats. Meanwhile the position of affaire seems to be daily becoming more unsatisfactory as far as Foreigners are concerned, and we ex. tract the following from the North China Herald of the 31 ultimo, as being peculiarly characteristic of the times :-

"We may well desire to see more prompt ter mastion to this mruggle for the City than wo can voulure to bone, for it is hard to say which of the two partire commits the greatest atrocities, of is the least to be trusted geals are alike in affording fruitful cause of com. Imperialista and Insur- plaint. If the Insurgents Bre into the rellement without obvious ar jostið?�bla motive in an attack- ing culumo, by which Chinese have been killed or wounded at our ihrrabolds-though fortunately no Poreigner yet; fire upon our fing, stop the passage of our Exports, and arike our Berran-ihelä- periallats are not a whit more scrupulous of baller behaved. They perp-tually pres in armed banda into our limkaj draw the fire of the city upon the settlement, and interfere with the Chinese that are on our roads at work, with the usual insolence al official underlings. Latterly they have gone so for an to kidnap on our ground a Comprador of ona of the Forsign firma ; and akhough they were seen to make him away, all the effurus made to trace er recover him have hitherto praved unavailing."

The French Steamer Le Cassini had return. ed from her expedition to Nankin after having been eminently succesful. The French Envoy

17th 81. Patrick,

Barometer range 29. 66' lo 80. 19 Monday Therin'er

10th Calenta Drug Sale (Fowth) Day of week,

23rd Low Bunday, Bt. George,

Barometer range 20 65 to 30. 04

Thermer M

49 10 87,

in Trinity Term

8th Calenita Drug Bala (Fifik) 1tb Eclipse of the Moon,

ala Rogation Sunday,

24th Birth day of Queen Victoria,

15th Ascension Dey,

97th Eclipse of the Sun,

29th Charlon 2nd restored,

31st Chinese Dragon Feist,

Day of week,

ק??

(4 and 5th ChI.)

Eng, data lo large, Chl, în email Agoras,

Monday 16 Tuesday

612 1619 21

514

Bag, data in large, Chl. in small figures,

FESTIVALS, ETC.

Ist Sun in Apages,

7th Calowita Drag Balo (800 cath)

11th Nii Primo,

18th Criminal Bernious,

Barometer range'to 15' to 29. 85' Thormar 2010 94.

8th Calculs Drag Balo (Bighth) | 28th Birth of Prison Albert,

Barometer rango 99 77o 16 99, 84) Therm'er 78 to

b. Caloutta Drug Bale (Mini)

23rd Bun eptere Libra

Your 5615 of Jewbob Era

th Your 1971 Mabocadas Era,

|29th Michalmas.

Barometer range 29, 10??Ló 29, 94') Mbreter

11

78 to 13.

9th Caletta Drag Sale (Tamil) [10th Nish Prius,

20 817

Monday 211 Tuesday Wednesday 41 Thursday

Friday

616181920

7101491 30 28 7

NOVEMBER. (ih and 10th CBL)

Bag. date la large, Chl, to small figures,

22 3 20 to

Barometer range 29. 68 to 30, 16o) L'hermher

07 90.

8th Partial Kelipan of the Moon 8th Calets Drog Sale(Elaemik); Dth Birth day of Friess of Wales. 18th Total Eslipos of the Spa. 30th St. Andrew.

Saturday

Day of weak,

819 (510 2994

29 8

Wednesday

A 18

2.

9 18

J020

2817

30 4

Thursday 2 19

919

16 10 23

80 LI

Wednesday 3 7

10 14

17 21

2428 21 #

Friday

813

10 10

179

244

Tharplay

48

|| 16 1611

1529

Saturday

Friday Bourday Sunday

20 30

Sunday

1418 21 26

# 1913 17 2011 ~ 27 10 711

Monday

4 14

616

1191

18 #

25

6130121

19 19

26 1

28 1

68 to 88.

Tunday 717 1491 21

1920 127 )

29

JUND.

(6th unich Chl.)

4th Whit Sunday,

Day work, Eug, data la large, Chl. in small #gares,

8th Calenus Drug Balo (Sixth)

11th Trially Sunday,

Thursday

8 13

1690

2217 19 5

Friday I 19

810

1826

22 3 2010

15th Corpus Chrimi.

Friday

27

914

19 21

800

Saturday

912

PN

16??

931

3011

20th Accession of Queen Victoria,

Baturday

10 15

1729

24 19

Sunday 814

1021

1799

21 #

31 19

21 Proclam.-Son enters Dancer. Monday

Sunday

411

!= _25 10

Monday 4159

LAD

24 E

310

1217

19 HC 16 2

24h 81. John Beptim,

75 10 021.

Barometer range 19. 46' to 29 89 Wednesday 7 19 Thorm'ter 11

Tuoaday

13 18

201

27 3

1419

21

28 4

Wednonday 617 Thursday

Tuesday 610 1993 19 10 26 1

1894?��?20 1

710 1428

21 28

Barometer reage 29, 68??to 29. 95 Theem'ter

Ja Nis Prine,

Day of week, Eng doco in large, Chi, la small digness,

DECEMBER. (19th and 11th ON.)

derometer range 28 P0° to 30. 10' | Cherm'ter

lot Nal Pries.

3rd 1st Bunday in Adval.

Clown Drug Mala(Thanlik);

21 8. Thoka.

2nd Bu Estate Caprissen.

25th Christmas day.

Barometer range 29 60 to 90. 25 Thora'ter

47 to 77.

The Calendar of the New Chinese Dynasty exhibits the year as cominialog 360 days. These days are divided inte twelve Secilona, or monika, some of which contain thing, other thiety our days. The Calendar for the your ending with the 4th February 1854, contains several errors; but the scheme intended by the Thar ping Astronomical Board is the determination of a mouth's "ength by the period whse the Can reaches a certala Conselhalima? allotment. The sun belug in the 15th denice of Aquarius is supposed sebe their grand starting potas. This, in 1954, occure on the 4th of February, so that, at sho-vn by Dr Madbarsi, la fizing the sommencement of their s:21 year for the day following, they again begin their Calendar in error.

* Exceptlag the lam (numbu:log in excess Fognees and Biz respectively) at each Bale 2,855 Chesis of Paina, and 1,170 of Benures, will be expos- if for sompetition. Total for the year 94,574. Chance of Patna nad

14,046 of Jinares,

Delivered to Annual Subscribers gratis.

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??interview with Tae-ping's confident

ar. What passed can only b

At the Chinese denied that any ver had been punished because they re In Catholio. Father Clavelin ac. anied the expedition remained in Rankin ben two and three days, and being a dia Jahed Chinese scholar has collected much ional valuable information, The French the populating of Nankin 300 000 sand males and 480 thousand female capture of Teen-Lain was fully confined, no doubt whelgyer was vatërmined that in kad are thep bi??a occupied. the servant of some French Missionaries boon seized by the Shanghae Insurgente -- explanation as demanded and an apology In-the mistake having originated in the sup Tion of their being spice.

Manda ? of high rank had, had an inter-??e with insurgents, and altemped to ne inte fog ransom of the city of Shanghae, Ingve hit chief arked him what had beon Chelr wives and families at Canton. ating in feigned ignorance, when ile Arrange

he Direstoring he would show him, had him Company

Coming is the shipping nowe :- Chizo vinanmıTALS AT #HAHOULAR. Peninsula Wilson, from Hoogkang. And, Pestice, from Liverpool

2nd, Fletcher, Foster

From Alexamen, Jackson, from Sydowy.

ompani Hope, Hutchinson.

jeine TS (Am), Growty, from Hongkong.

BM. Wood, Jamieson, from Hongkong. br Bhit the East, Robertson, from Bydney. Pelast

H?KUMADEPARTURES PR?M OMANOMAN.

wch Pan War Str. Voslack, Commander Kor-

in whichoff, for a craigs.

In Trek, Wilson, Hengkong.

Fordy Dowson, Davis, London,

anning (Am), Johnson, New York. Squall (Am), Burley, London Blog Bur. Le Casting Commander F. de Plus,

sin (Am), Halle, Buston. following the latest Market Report. IIANGHAE MARKET REPORT,

December 29th, 1963. IMPORTY.

Marican Com Goods-No demand and only a klee dering the 1st month; gostino al-40 yard Drills at $1.70. Jer and

M

tings no transaction reported. roy and White Shirtings-Since our last Frket report,-there has been very little basin-se in manufactured goods; no reel demand The sales fes?, have been in b?�rter for

b. ¿duce; and deranged goods pased off at Anction and we see no immediate prospect of any impro

an aither in prior or demand. The Confucius Cum Liverpool with 100,000 pieces of Grey and Vaite Bhirtings atrived last week, and stocke of om denaription of Goods are at increasing. Some proposals have been made, for obtaining a ret accent of Goods in first hands, and'wo ex- Seat Dane mboils do be furnished with econo valan- Slo staffelics,

WolleWithet demand and pricon nominal. panish Stripe about 75 cams par yard-Long Elis,-$4,80 per plan

**Export

A

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Tea Report-Ondigoa-We estimate the total sellement le date a 880 e 890 chops aguinat 540 chopa reported acided at this period last your. Quotations are- Good Krew hindi, 14 15 Ts, short price. Bikeh... Ningehow kin1s, 14 a 15... Good common Congous,

9.10. Ordinary to commen,

8. B Brechong15,000 packages sorted in all this Basu, and the total Block of Cougna and Sue clong in this market le retim sted at 50,000 phizo, About 9,000 prekaga on the market fo which 14 15 "tuur ato demanded

Dalongs-We hear of no transaction. light, and quakly infart v7.

Groons-The settlement amount to

290,000 packages for Areries.

70,000

Gent Britala. 40,00J

Uvlosies.

11

Stock

310 000 trial settlement; and supplies not coming feward very rapidly. Prosum quotations

Gro-

The key,

19 a 16 Tank, Short price. Hyson Bikina, Buil Flyon

*

W

10

[620 Young Hyern, 18 a 23 Imperial. 1628 Gunpowder, 1 a 28 B-About 6,000 biles have been purchased during the Isst month, the quality supplied however

y Inferior-unsold stock of low quality abou bales. Total seulemente la date are botimated $7,000 halen Total Export to Great Britain 100 bales-me time t852m20,906 bales Janse about 10,000 bales for 1833.

Te quote...

Trallee

Tayama,

Yenfus, ?�Throws,-

Lou Yungs, Banking,

0240 825

170925

940 200

170 180 110. 180 9:00 20 Oph-Mo'ma-Since the departure of the aif on the 18th inatam, prices have featuated bm 8345 370 estimated dolivarius 855 chesta, took 100 shcoin.

Paisa-Declined after the arrival of the Nymph and Lady Mary Wood from 140 840 ;-dolivo ries 250 chests, Stock 700 chesta,

THE FRIEND Of china and "HONGKONG GAZETTE

Present quolations-Malwa #375-Patna $340

??Bei per chests. Exchange-Bills nn London, 6 m Clean Credits

6s 3d-E | Co's accepted paper on Bengal, 200 per 100-Dress and Canton, 20 p. prom on Shanghal Dollars. Freights.-Tabnage very scarce-£7. per ion for

Tew, and 8 for Blk. No freight for America. Sure-818, par 100 Turks, Gold-Bas, $170 per D 7m 3o. Merican Dollars-20 per cent discount.

We were so much amused with the parodied

parts of the Lady of Lyons, played by the no- gro minstrels on board the U. 8. 8. Porchaton recently, that we have procured a copy of it, as arranged for them, and print it below: re- marking, at the same time, that bat a faint idea of the performance can be had from reading the text. It needs the inimitable scting and droll perception of negro character, as down by the performers, to convey any thing like a forcible idea of the ludicrousness of the bur lesque.

THE LADY OF LYONS AN PLAYED BY THE AMATEURS OF THE U 8. B. POWHATAN IN CHARACTER 48 "PLANTATION NIGGAR OB DE

BOUF."

The curtain rises, showing Pelly ?m seated at a table with a boquet of flowers-Ginger standing near her in a languishing actitude-Violla de, on the table.

POLLY ANN.

"De nigga as cte his heart upon a colored women am camel lion, and feeds hissell on air From air be taken his color-(no he does'nt sneefor, hase air haint got no color and a niggs artingly hand-holds his life-changes wid sbory wnd-grows blacker wid bir hope-er | whiter wid despair,-Just as do gule warice from Bou sou caal to Nor nor west, from bilia ould-to froczin holl-Oh??Pully Ann, Polly Ann-yer orter hab but werry few peccumadillose ob yourn own to answer for- bekes you'm been de 'casion of such a book of fullies in da here 'schoolate black mao- dat it would took ribbore of tears from all de haugels and little cherubimer, to blot de record out 1-(or, det is-make a white pan ob dus- nigg.)

And did you. Ginger, send me dere hare bea- you-de-foo! Bowers? How swool day am-de kull eternal uniwarso seems filled with hodors as I smells om 1

GINGER,

Yes Jubly lady, as a token ob my lub.-Lis san to me-When but a berry little nigga, I vood yar a walkin mong de rose bushos what I hood around-Den fust lubbed you:-Arter varde, ven like a sperrel of bloom and joy and freakness I send yet, I lobbod yor more and more 1 ap sex I to die chile, Ginger det or kibly gal can nebber lub no common niggu." Den to work to 'complish myself, an larna to read de book, an play de Gddel - Listen to its duloimes notes, (playe a soft air), Don I larned to paint-look on die hebbenly pictur ob yer engelic lace, (shows a par trait.) Dare, sm not dis-chile wordy ob yer?: Bay, oh my, Polly-Polly Ano-will per not brow wid one sweet seblence, a lubber, whose buzzi bosta only for you?

POLLY ANN.

Oh, Ginger, Ginor, how hard am win. mi's lol.

To be so lubbed, and yet return it not! By cruel fate obliged, to dash de oap ob hap-

peres aride-1-

Know yer not, Ginger,--that, to Sam,-- A promised bride I'am ?-

To win a name, or-whats the same,-some tin, To Noo Orleans he's bin, And, at dis werry boar, l'ho "spectin him, He'd leave not, in your skin, And, should be colch yer here--a bone, 1 foar, Ha la knock l-by all de Goda at wunos, 'tis him! Ohl Ginger, in die bidin place socluded, Bestow dysell, or muok, I fear, you'll be do

nuded-

(Secretas Gingre under a flour bag) And now for Bam,to show how berry glad 1 um, Dat, on do 'sippi ribber, he did'nt cotch de lebor- (Enter Sam a returned nigga minstrel from a " porfessional tour in da Souf"-Pelly Anu rur

hes to his arm)

Ah, deorost, doerast, best Belevää,-?n 14- BAM,

My own, my sweetest, Lubliest Polly Ann I movement of the (Sam sees a hats and then

bag, which he kicks, and discovers Ginger cuddled up in a heap.) In what's dis 1-a hat-and dist

Art

(Feels Ginger)

POLLY ANN.

Dhou wrong'at me crusi, cruel Bam 11 nebber nussed a thought what want yourn and chen now, would redder share yor werry poorest grub-trabbel by yer side, an outcast-an play de bones to yer mellemus banjo,--beg cold wittles for you-and lib myarif upon de light of one kind smile ob yourn-dan wear all de fancy 6xina, det det oder fillin niggs could buy in a tree years cruise!

BAM.

(Extending his arme-Polly Ann rushes into them, and redlines her houd upon his bosom.) Okt what joy-what felickity 1-1"was due-det by de light ob de galley fire, while stramming my ele banjo-Dus hab soed thes-dus foretold die blimful hour-and 'mid de rour ob de ragin tiloon-dus hab teeled de beatin ob dy beart agio my own!

POLLY ANN.

(Raising her eyes lovingly to Bam's, says melt- ingly and with pathos) A better he chawed to doth by Alligaters, wid him I lub, dan nil de pomp an arcumelances vich am but as de dowers det dock a wictim! (Cheerfully) But told me ober agin, sweet Bam, ob dy bilt but an de ribber Tuscaloos. In so wetry pleasant to hear ob all dy haosum fizine, since dou didst swear to me, day would'n be with a cum widost your Polly Ann--and when you tells about em, taint wid no kinder stuck up and snobbish air, as if you'd been fed all your life on hog and humony, and den was shamed to own u

BAM.

Hush your mouf den-Sweetest,--pick your ears open- livent-

BAM.

Oh hebbens hobbona i bør fub am grown a tortur-What a heart am die I've humbug. ged-Look up--Look up -Polly Ann, for I can bear dine eyes, de stains am holy stoned frum dine honnor-de night am part, an joy, joy conde to-morrer mornin')-(kisses her) Mo ende all record ob our little row, Polly Ann-allam forgot-all fungibbon l-an now, fou bab sum fun an daue,What, hol my minstrels ! (en- ter minstrels) Strike up your kilelist sire and lotu be gay and appy-(Mint, als commence plrying Camption recen}

BAM,

Sikwly and, with emphasis, raining his hơnd) (Gontle musicianiners! cove that strain, And play Break" down--once again I (Dance between Ham and Polly Ann.)

Tableau.

10

Burtain falls,

(

MELBOURNE MARKETA

From the Shipping Gosata, October 31. October Lick. Gold-The markei was moody yesterday 14 £3

Burinam in wholergla trammatione is still dull. There has been a forilar declino in brandy, odere of Martell's at la Od, having boca modo nad cafoord. There is no change in four. Merassille specula- tion at present le very hazardeas, pardy from the uncertainty respecting mapplion, which are pouring in very irregularly from all part of the world, bust obiefly from the sunber of new homens, muy of (hom with insufficiens caplial, who, in canoogareOD of high seats and high rates of verage, ure kapcie goods upon a glasted market. Anéther evil in the too lavish system of "redit, which is leascomble in

??city overflowing with rooney capital. The band are of course liberoi, so they áty well paid a bat aur marcantile mon will fod, in the end, that they p1y Loo dear for what they really do not regaire.

Chamber of Com¦moan? special morning of the commities was held yasturday at the Exchange Booms in Qoes mics, 1 B Ware, Esq, shairmas. It was resolved the Monday orxt bo appulated for electing the new members of the amendes, and that a meeting of the corumitans ko nalled far the purpose. Later, from Mi Murray, the on- mercial editor of the Argun, and Mr Flood on be- half of himself and brother pilawa, wana zand and postponed for further consideration. The meeting the adjourned, and a morting of the auh anumit- tee appointed at the inat guneeni mesiting se pro pare petition to the Government, and to mševy out the matures then brought forward senceraing

??Marine Hospital and the donation of cromo. MỀ Therp brought up the draft of a 'memorial, he had prepaced on the subjeci, erlach akar mature de- eusion, it was resolved so onbek to the abairman and Mr Thorp to perfet.

Buble and Bas sold yaslarday ther-store ship Clare Symes for £2700,

WE Tenant and Co sold yesterday on de ground, Colline e'roo! Fam adjoining the residuaon of U Benjamin, Esq. an allọcement of land, comin- ing to all a frontage of 06 fest, at frem £30 to 120S per fuot The shotmonte fronting Plinder's-lane were bought in at £84 per foot Alan, at their roomté, në allotment at Brighton, consining of 100 far: Cron- toge to a private tund, at 25 per foot; and the schooner Perthshire for $1600,

"A mud walled cottage on de banks ob de Tuscaloos-in a deep walley shut out by swamps an ole pine trees from de rest of de world-che by a deep pad, sercumbumeded by de fruite ob de gulden 'simmone-shook full of tarkles and bull frogs, whose dismal eroakings, should mutter fort dy nama. When de aus am berry hot in de middel of de day, we'd aquot down undles do grape wines, and wunder why all de rust of de niggas in crea shom want happy ven de hebbens still loff om your an lub. We'd bab no frese among dein common uiggs, nor his wostigste no story books what warnt chock full ob lub, dat wa mought left oursela amost to bustin, to tink how poorly ellusquence ob wards, could 'spress de pooltry ob gizzards like our. An don, when night come, an ùt am time to go to bed, we'd hold on a bit, and-like ducks in too. der storms, we'd look up inter de bredens beb. bana, and guess wich ob de stars or planerteries we'd hab for our ham when lab become u

pporterbla,-while de parfumiga demon preramberlated trough do gloom ob alumbaster lamps, an obbery air was bobby wid da size ob mangrove bushes, and da music ob sweet tree sonde, and de blubberin ob mud paddles what Rush forth in de middel ob de Bullrushes1-metion. The Bran rood diggings were impror. Does yor like de pictur?

POLLY ANN.

Ok, de bumble bee ou de ballyhawk flower,-I sucks de horey ob yer illigant tung an if I lub yor too wildly, Bam, who would not lub yer like Polly Aun??

BAM,

(Bitterly) Oh faler one it am not de man yer lub-it am de mud bili hut on de Tuscaloos And all de pomp an fuscurry I've bin 'spatia tin on,-if lusted ob dat I'd only bin poor nigga, hoin de corn, an pickin de entton from morn till dooy sundown, wid hafa douen little nigga babees, wid on closet an muffin 'o est, yer wouldnt hub licked no honey off my illigum obtug -Dat am nơt lun-Pully Aan 1

?-Art man for but de shadderr sann in sloep? (forls again,)

ft amit má nigga |-Avaunt 1 an quit my sight-Lat de airth kiver de-dou imp blacknes

(Exit Ginger, slinking (f) How's dis Polly Aon ?-what hab. I did to dee, dat dou shouldst crush mo dust-Oh speak-one word-one glance-I cannot belieb who hab labbed you so ?? cannot bakeb dat dou art much --No-I will not wrong den by one harsh word-but apoak, nb | apeak passes) No boice -No speech t-Do Pully Ann-am faitles |

(With much emotion)--De world am enia- uked to atime at my feal-de uniwarsal far- mament am doserfate I-8he was de world an all, to dis poor niggs.-was his sweat lipn ob lipe,-an he didn't dream al aulin oke but Polly Ann-Now, tab, au h?pe, and joy-am. all in de deep baxtim of de ocean berrid (sobe deeply and after a pouss)-Tis past and on do quarter deck I stands-alone wid hebben !-One hope am left-a grabe-a quiet grabe-and then -to forgot her I-

Forgot her (solemnly)-Yes [-for-dead niggas reccermember not 1-

(Bursts into an agony of subdued grief, and, ofter a pause, crosses the stage and soliloquines)

POLLY ANN.

GOLD CIRCULIARS:

Our ascosals from the Hanging Book any rather anfavourable,-some "f the partito wbøge sea have mentioned in provious circulate an angl?ged in ex- tentive works at this apot, having been obliged to abandon these en ung rofitable aher many woska of vigorous and systemsuc labour. The now wedern Balde at Burrendong costs be a point of st-

ing when our last new, came to band, though the amount sent by in till but a ticha of the former colure. As Adelong there appears to be a fair return for the is lustrious miner, though wa bear of cases al no largo prisa Trie plase in an yet scatoly touched, but the coming souson will abow what it is really worth.

The Escorts brought in yesterday-from Ba shurst, 101 oz.; from Befal 331 om, 2 from Tam. baroora, 145 024. from Meren, 418 ses; from Mudgee, 317 oss; on Buriendong, 16 oxa. from Braidwood, 78; from Major's Creek, 179. Total, 1613 ogs, value aboní £6000.

The market has been quiet during the ck, with bat little alteration in price. Oor qind are 76. 6d. to 769 9d. for Victoria, and 75 New South Wales gold.

Oul

1,522,36)

The export to thle data.

Value at 700. per ounce.

£5,379 263 10

Exchange on London-Drafts against gold, par

Oh! Sam, Sam! yer knows I lub yer- Mobby so, at fost go off, I mout hub been col- ched by much bob and gammon-but no, O, tromma, Sam, if yor hade's a copper cash | Freight & per cent. 10 jingle on a tumedun, or buy a tot of sameno, or wos de werry commonest kind ob nigga such as

SAM.

-a dat infarnel, low libed nigga in de bag, dat had de imperence to lift hún ugly eyes lo yer?

POLLY ANN.

You Samf-eben dan yer'd only be more deerer by do sweet' flexion dat I mout prove 10 yer, how werry deep am wimmens lub We um like do 'skeeters, cotched by do poor glim. mer ob a taller candle-but oh I do wings wance burned off, de brightest aparmacitly lures de no more-but by de fatal hog grense, we hang on-till-DETI

(Throws herself again on Sam's neck with her hond buried in kit bosom.)

GEORGE A. LLOYD & Ca

474, George-street, October 22,

THOUGHTS ON A WAR BETWEEN RUASIA AND TURKEY,

(From the Neue Preussische Zettong} Even though France were to decline joining Great Britain in her refeml to force the accepta tion of the Vienna pote on the Divan, yet that re- fusal on the part of Great Britain alone wise to | olange the aspect of the Oriental question. Lis not now likely that Torkey will be induced to re irket her modifications of the note. This being the cam, a war between Rumin and Turkey is by no means improbable. Though in its decline, still the Moslem is strong enough to produce a fanaticism

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lach the Govcibment will had a Scilicult to resist, for this fanaticum hak's forth promises of rapine and murder.

The question in what the result of hostilities would be for Europe. A parial anewer to that question may be enggested by a review of the armis of the two Pout 17.

The Ilungatan campaign has enabled us to judge of the condition of the Russion semp, and ascerto its fitness for the purpows of war. That ury has made much progrès since the Polnh campaign. The various corps are completely manned and mounted; the materials is excellent. Their world famed stublöruneast u undiminished. They are now more ablu in man?ning. The Do Cocks alone are not what they goed in bu The foots of the Hamsian army may be eamLU. rated under the following heads: -They are awk- ward in the commiserist and victualling depart.

Dec.

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November.

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Rente; they have an objection to quick and daring, movemtals; their outpvel service is still neglected, ~an they keep their troops too much concentrated.

To judge of the Turkish army is much more distically. The regular troops of the two corpo whaels are usually quastered in and aroood Cons. manopole consist of das man, well dressed and med the anillery has good marksmen and drivers; the infantry man?uvre tolerably well; bul the cavalry coozies of the worst homemen that can de land. The provincial corpe of which two are stationed at the Danube or the Halkan, walio wo are in Syri and Margotumis--are said to be At worse. Bince the batide of Nish they have wever taken the field, except against the Druses and the Montenegring, and in either case their conduct was not very creditable.

No one beaver thought of praising the Egyp Lian solitics. It is difficult to vay whether the Hedids are regular or regular troops. They want discipline. The corps of irregulers are chiefly composed of A Manis-bold fellows, indeed, but

robbers.

Of the Turkish Ornerah the world knows noth Umar Pasha's name alone is known beyond ing.

the confines of Turkey, and aren ho bas ever done anything to warrant dle multiary reputation. He appoate, however, to be aware of the set that since the days of Helgrade and Balankemen is Turke fight well only when protected by walls He is prepared to act on the defensive, zul relies on hit fortresses and entrenched cumpa

No soldier will contradict mio when I povest that the Turkish army is not fit to fight picbal battles The regulars might pomibly defend fortresses and entrenchments, and the irregulars, if allowed to pluster, would do for short expections Of course, o not say that their army i gol much better now then it was in 1823 sad 1929. Bet pitched battles can only be fought by stasion that have confriente to their officers and in themselves; and now is it possible that the battalions can have confidence in their othott, side those officers are mere drilling masters? The regalnes are, morenter prune l commit excesses, and soch troops are never to be relied on a bottle.

As for the era of the war, it presents the great- est difficulties to the provisioning of troops sail the communications between the various corpa

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achin and Bulgaria, indeed, are tolerably cukmat el, but their stores sulfice only for the wants of a few works. Throesa is a desert. The roads are bad at the best of seasons, from the commare ment of autume to the end of spring they are im prouble. Military operations are possible only between May and October. The remainder of the gene it is imposible to march troops, espermally artillery. The earrings of provisions by land ie impossible by sen it is difficult and dangerous

It is there onsense to say that Russia protracted the negotiation to the commencement of winer

3.

Ash

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Daniel Ross (Ham), Ketels, from Sydney, ist

November.

3, Bir. Lady Mary Wood, Jamieson, from bang-

has, liat December.

3, John Wood, Crocker, from Bombay, 6th 1 st. Dec.

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30, Rebekah (Am), Townsend, from Hongkong. 31, Early Bird, Park, from flongkang. Jan. 2, Grdise (Do), Waglenduck, frown Et'hong. PARKDENS

Per Str Lady M. Wood.-Mers R. S. Walker, G. Strachan, 11. 1. Kennedy, E. Wadman, J. L Dawes, C. D. Mogford, A. Heard, Capt. Barn, and 60 Chinere.

Dec.

DEPARTURES,

FROM RONUKONO.

30, Eness, Wright, Calcutta.

31, Str. Shanghai, Paterson, Calcuna. 21, Peas, Tinley, Manila. Jonary.

I, Andas, Olover, Woosung.

1, and Queen, Maefarinne, East Coast,

Eamont, Urown, Woutung

2 Dent:chind (Brew), Land, Whampoa.

It. 31.8 Royalist, Commander Hato, Enginad

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3 John Buchanan, Lanageien, Wimmpoa.

4, it'atmor Castle, Pryce, Whampoa

4, Daniel Ross (tism), Ketels, Whampoa. 4, John Wood, Croke, Whampoa. Dec.

FROM WHAMPOA,

28, Countess of Seahald, Inora, Loodon.

24, Deane, Tinley, tiongkong,

29, H. M. Br. Rekler, Commander Alelersh.

30, Helena (Don), Simung, Hamburg,

31, Armais, Locke, London.

Jan. 2, North Star, Smith, London,

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for the purpose of being me from the operations of the Beets. In those provinces there is no making war in winter. Even the singe o the fortresses on the Danube would present enormous difficulties The Danube reparates the two armies The erassing at any one poist prosents the greatest??Supply difficulties to the Russians. The Torks have the odravinge of fustrenes on the Dhaube, and the Vandalia means of crossing the tiger at Waddin.

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ly paid, which is not likely to be the case in Catherine present instance. The Kamine therefore will Confucin quiet enough during the winter.

Dumfries

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the advantage of the Tarke to commence the war Hero

at once, if they could bul de so.

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Rossinn, but they cannot engage in pached baules; Mary Helligonda and if they entered Wallachu. the Russians, chons ing their own field, would not thum with farge concentrated masses. Bouides what with the bail mese of the toade and the want of provisions for the army, the Torke case Eats advance is to Wallach the Hussions into Bolgaris aud Thracia.

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TO PORT PODLIŲ AND SYDNEY.

THIR Fine British Ship ROSE OF SHARON," will be drapatched FORES mount for the above Puris in the course of sưgi work, and has accommodatione disengaged for a few Cabin Parrengers

Any parties withing to take a proanga in the Ship will be plaod 10 maku oarly application to

WEYER, SCHAEFFER & Co. Hongkong, 2 December, 1653.

FOR PORT PRILLIP AND SYDNEY,

Za

TRE:

THE A. 1. Partoguese burq

MELGA, will here quick despatch Visse for this alors porte. For Fancore or Pastane, apply to

MEYER, SCHAEFFER & Ca Hongkong. arts ANGIER & ALLANBON.

Canton.

Hongkong, 21st November, 1858.

FOR BAN FRANCISCO,

THE A. 1. British chiq " 1201 1NA,"

· MoWua Menter, will have quic thaich.

For Faxiune de Pamant apply in

MEYER, SCHAEFFER & Co. Bongkong, 24th November, 153.

Pull charge made for repetition of suy Advertweinem in the Hyangyvo in one

NOTICE is hereby given, that the Capartnerskip

dueretafore subsisting between. Youre Jour Monnow and Jants Steph wnder the Style or Firm of MUROW, STEPDENSON & Ca has been this Jay disadved. The undersigned, nasuming the responsit ilates of the said Firms, wild in fatura conduct the business on bis own account and in his own mauer.

FOR BAN FRANCISCO.

THE A. F. Dutch ship" ISIS." Cop Shess2491 tain A. F. Gtrasu, will be despatchi

ed on or about the 1st January neat, for the above port. For Fuxiout, apply to

MEYER SCHAEFFER & Co. Hongkong, 1st December, 1853

Y J. MURROW. flongkong, 2nd Jamunty, 1851.

NOTICE. [VE havo this day established at Conlan, under Merchants and General Agusto.

HOLLOWAY'S PILLS

SURPRISING CURE OF A CONPIMEDASTOMA AFTER FIVE YEARS SUFFERING. The fallus bug fartiments: kas tavo went to Projec Halloways by a Gentleman munud "Middelen, st Seatrand load, fxverpost

de Your (la har, been the insatts, wader Posi dence, of rest -tugt me to sound hostib, after but eas of severe able. During còn whost of that period. Handlered them threadful athark. " Aurinia, fer quently of song) weeks" duration attend. I was violent cuugh, and continual

mixed with this so shack of len bar. k my eviattutino thai Isufite for any of the satire dation of life, i was attended by coma of the must eminent medical mens of this town, for shey filed to gin me tha slight- A a last remoly I tried vone Pulls, and in about three the they affected a perfect cure of the dinense, totally readientul plan cough, and restored to aud vigour to a chest and dig stiti organa.

I am, hir, your obedient Pervant, Dated Jan. - 1935. (Signed) H MIDDLETON.

Mr. Ennus Alexander Still is authorized to eign our firm by procurative, nod will represents relief. URL CANTON,

LYALI, STILL & Co. Mongkong, Isi Ju...so, 1855.

NOTICE THE interest and responsibility of Mr A. L. Astamo, Ju, în sör Firm reseed from this date, id uur Hornuss will be comlurted under the SyroATE AGADET & Co, which Mr Mátumos Ao casu is authorized to sign.

A. & G. LAGADEO, Canton, Jet Jonary, 1554

NOTICE.

with me from mad after this date.

JR JAMES P. COOKG is admitted a Partner The Basion will be coined under the Name and Style of TILOS. HUNT & Co.

THOMAS HUNT, JAMES P. COR.

Whompor, 1st Jannvey, 1854.

THOR HUNT & Co. V15,4, exutinuo to keep " Lage and Extensive

WANDLE

the very Janes P'r.ee,

TH09. HUNT & Co. Whimpun, by January, 1~81.

NOTICE

[R CHARLES BRODERSEN admited

Pattier i und Firm both at C'asfun and Hongkong.

WM. PUSTAU & 10,

China, Let July, 195a,

NOTICE.

TS hereby given that the Copartnership heretofore existing between the undersigned, carrying on business nt Victoria, in the Colony of Hongkong, .?ки??ай?е ?ND Соммавии ?аки?е, a tbje

Irther information apply to Mesare Mactat E New British Lotcha" VICTORIA," will | day dissolved by mutual conreut.

Jon & Co. Directora, Batavin,-or to Memors Saink Frainn & Co. Singapore. lavin, 26th April, 1853,

NOTICE.

[ and a?ler Afonday the 22nd

the Boxoxorg and Canton STEAN COMPany's SteamAMS will ply regularly between hakone, Canton and Mauad, every Monday, Gnesdas and Friday (unless previous notice of stion be given) sa fuilowa:-

The Bom Iraving Humane a on Monday und Ton on Friday, will call at Macao, starting at . The hours of d partase at other times will 14. m, and the busts will proceed direct bowen SORONO and CANTON. When inducement offers *Bonte will call ni Cumuinamoos bus prarione e of such deviation will be given what prae-

The fares will be on herchiform Clara Packson betwron Hengkang, & Canton and Mucan & Canton $5. DE. ween Hongkang_and_M_evo - 3k Pamengete, Entropean

11

- $2

$1.60. Malays, &c. - Chinese, - - U aengera derirane of proceeding to Macao for I period muy altom return 'J'iekata, available

Set of second Groamer aRet heir arrival,

reduced rales of Os batween (longkong and 60, and $19 between Canton and Maoso. Every first clam Passenger will be allowed one

at free of charge.

The vessels will convoy Freight on the terme jlavor published senle ; un which, howover, somo Taction will be made for forgé quantities, by

tin) agreement.

All Paymemu whether for Freight or Panange De made in Spania Dollars.

LYALL, STILL & Co. Agents !! & C. S. P. Ca. Jonchong, 18th August, 1983.

WANTED TO CHARTER CHIPS of from 600 Toos and upwards for convogance of Chinese Emigrante Havans. Apply to

LYALL, STILL & Co. gkong, 14th November, 1863.

tendo regularly between Hongkong and Canton, Cargo Inkon at moderato Tatra.

THOMAS ROBERTS,

West Point, flangkong,

Uhh December, 1893.

FOR SALE.

8 B. RAWLE 8. DRUNKER

Ilongkang, 15th August, 1883.

-000

7'1 reference to the above advertisemont il le Qutified that the said concers will be wound. up by Ma 8 RINKER, who is authorized to djust a secoums, and to whom all correspondence

TWO NOUBE8 on the South side of

Guugh Street, each having Garden,ill be addressed. Stables, Coach-louses, &a. Oround-rent

J. F. EDGER.

moderate.

Hongkong, 2nd January, 1984.

TO LET.

RETOUR HOUSES on the South

Bide of Gogh Street, and another on the North Nde of the sage Streri, zach with Stab. les, Out-houses, Garden, &c. Apply to,

"iatorin. 3rd March, 1269.

TO LET.

J. F. EDGEIL

The east on Worley Story arcin ing the one cum recupied by Mr Co. PU solate. For particulier apply to

N. DUIS & Co. Hooghong, 2011 October, 1852.

TO LET.

A HOUSE in Carlton Terrect contain

ing 2 Mitting Rooms and 2 Red Rome, wish outhouses aliachine, and largo accomma:lation

TURNER & Co.

for servants on the gromad for. Apply to

Hongkong, 12th July, 1953- NOTICE.

HE interest and responsibi ky of M" OLIVER

EVERETT KOBERTS in our Firm at Cas tom and Shonghat ceased on the 30th Junt Just.

WETMORE & Co. Canton. 31st December, 1859.

|

NOTICE THE Busines beretofore conducted in my name will in future be carried oo under the style of P & J. BYRAWEE COLAH wherein my | Brother Mr. Jamajer Bynam?ur Cotan is n�?

mited Partner.

PESTONJEE BYRAMJEE COLAH, Canton, 31st December, 1853.

2. B. RAWLE 8. DRINKER.

A PERMANENT CURE OF A DISEASED LIVER OF MANY YEANA DURATION. Copy of a Letter from Me, Liam,, Chemi-1, Farvel,

Par Bray.

Dear Sir thức shstrict your Pilla semnand a more extensii sale than any other propeletus poli- cine before its public. As a proof of theirħffiency Laver and Bill Complaints 3 may won the fol lowing case. 1 lạch of the town with whom I ain personally acqulatet, for years was a wirere sufferer from discese the Liver sal digentive organs; her medical attendir tamured her that be cald de selling to relleve le sile216,09, mul za was not likely she could vive many ith. This anoncement laterally caused great also sinong her friends soal relation anal they induend her a make a trial of your Půl, which so improved her poweral health that she was inducest so eviction them until she received a perfect care This is twelve matka aga, and she has not experienced Buy Grinploms of relapse, and often declares that your Polk have been the means of sowing her fc.

1 mai, Dear Mir, yours truly. Nov. 33rd, 16:2

J. GAMES. (signed)

Hongkong, 15th August, 1953.

NOTICE. THE undersigned begs to giro notice that bo will carry on a Genrral Camminos and Aurner Business, under the style and firm of DRINKER & Go. and will preupy the premises of the late firm of Rawle, Daikin de Ca

S. DRINKER. [longkong, 15th Augum, 1683).

NOTIE.

?IE interest and responsibility of the late Mr William Cesur Wandosy in our Gem erminated on the 20th of Septripler int

Canton, 12th November. İ?63).

117ITI) teference ta the sbuve advertisment the IT infect the bread to me the fore by Me D JOHNSON under the sune Guine lutch M" P. B. JOHNSON, in motgorized

tu riga

M JAMES BOWMAN will sign for us in Shanghae by procuration,

W. H. WARDLEY & Co. Contor, 12th November, 1853,

NOTICE

LG Perroca having eleums against the Estate A of the late WILLIAM TIENRY WARD LEY ate demited to sent them in forthwith to Mezoca W. II. WARULEY & Co. Canton, or to Marts James Bowman & Co. Shanghie, and those to debted to the sald Estate are requested to make nimediata payment

the said partire. D. JOLINION.

F. B. JOHNSON. Crater, 9th November, 1853.

>

AN ASTONISHING CURE OF CHRONIC AMEL MATISM, AFTER URINO DISCHARGED FROM

THE HOSPAJAL INCURABLE. Copy of a Letter from_Mr. W. Morn, of the ¿queen, Winchester.

To loco CALORAT,

Bir-beg to inform you that for years 1 was a suf- ferte Con 'hronie Rheumatism, auf was often fall for weeks together by its severe and painfot attack. tried every thing that was recommenseil, and wal sendes by one of the moet elnet Burgeons in the town; but obsinad n? relief whaterm, and feating that my health would be eutley bruken op. I wan in- duced go into our C'emnty Howpital, where I had the best medical treatment the Lascitnalon afforded, all al which provel of avall, and I came out no better than I went in I was then adrbert to try your late amil by persevering with them we perfectly cured, and mable to rutne my occupation, and although a canal- derable period has capac 1,1 have feit we returns what- ever of the co-laint

Oct. 84, 85%

1 am, Se, your obedient Servant,

(Signed) W. MOON.

AN EXTRAORDINARY CONE DE DROPSY, AFTER SUFFINING FOR L?GUTKEN MONTIL- Copy a Letter G. Briggs, Chemlat, Gim-l.

deti Fatemur, 15th, 1655. Te l'or Est Unkowny,

- have

most surprising

ch pleasure in informing you

of Drop bendy i fered by u

Carran dig, of this phục.

??Proper les upwards of righteo stent that it caused his boily and

Talundir medic was offered mantlis, to such Jjenbe to be jus le vollen, and water outed an si mese frutu kis skin, so that slally changes of apparel breatie Recently, interlocanding the various remedies trial, and the iliferear wiglical men coventut all way of

val, until he to wingsced using your Pilis, by which, ala strict attention to the polisted directions, he was actually cured, and bus beatils perfectly trou-tablet you deem this worthy of publicity you are at libe

I am, Bit, aura respectfully.

(Signed) G. NRIGGS, Then cochet Pilla art wonderfuite a Uvarious an the fulluring complainé v

to use it

Agne Salima

j's male tragaleyRestitum of Urine

Ser Lab, ne i

Complainte Cource of all kind Ext

-the skin For Panel Conplant val Holice

tlond ache Conssipation of the Dodgenitos

Hele Cumption Jaundice Delry

Devpey

Dysentery

Esypelan

Home Theate

me and Ciruved

||leris

LA Complainta Viral A?ections

Oles

Lambegu

|Al'oeste ed all kande

Weahorse fomoka-

www.cows, &c. &

Bold by all Denggins, and at Professor Hollassay a

mstabluhment, 244, Stand, Louds

By Mr. Da 2HVA, and by

HINNASI, HE thest Storie

also by WONG ACHEW -Jiangkong,

Sr. J. M. Da FONCECA,--Mack,

and Aleanco ACOW & 1'0.-C'anima

At 1. Tad -20 Ud.-49, Od.- 11%), -12%, de vida, each put of Box.

Administratorsage ice.

There is a considerable saving by inhang the

NB-Directions for the guidance of patients in cere | disorder are sillard to each POL

'

CIRCULAR.

have the honor to inform you that we pl cominue Hummras in Akusé, under the style.

void firm of LANGLOIS, MCKELLAR & Co.

Our old experience in the Itjes Vendo in the guerames for the good percution of all orders transmitted to us.

J. P. LANGLOIS.

DUNCAN MCKELLAR. Akyub, 14th October, 1981.

NOTICE.

?UE undersigned hava bem appointed Agents at

Hongkong for the subscribers to LLOYDS Masters of Venela are requrated to communicate In them intelligence of kissés, necilenta, the speake ing of Vessels, and any general information they cumcider of importapes of interent to the saberhibere,

1YALL, STILL & Co.

Hongkong, 3rd September, 1952.

UNION INSURANCE MOCIETY 1853-55.

DE Hold Jently Gusuna Mexting of the Society

will be held at the Office of the undersignat on Saturday the 7sh January 1834, at Noon.

DENT & Co.

Secretario Hongkong, 29th December, 1883.

NOTICE

LONDON ASSURANCE CORPORATION. Established by Chamer 1720 Dany & Co., Agents in Hongkong.

THE undersigned are duly authorized by the above Corporation to INSURE FROM LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE, Hongkong, on Buildings, Goods, Merchandise, and Pesacia in Port

Jar Claws, on Houses in private occupation only, wth external Walls of Stone or Brick, and covered with Site, Tile, Metal, Cement, and other incris bustible Material, detached, or adjuiming one.

Ed Class, on Horses or Builbenos erec ed and covered an above, partly or entirely used as Go downs, and detached; and on Ghape and Mun- CHANDER, not hazardour, in ruch Boildings,

3d Claas, on Hovers or Buildewas as above. adjoining other Buildings, and on Goods sud. Mika CHARDIZE, not hazardow, therein.

4th Clain, on Hudies or Boildexos erected and covered us above, in which hazardous Goods are deposited, but no hazardous trade carried on.

5th Class, on Buero.

ASSURAROKS may be effected for the period of

12, 6, or 3 Months.

No INSURANCE is in force until the 'remium 1borcom is pad.

For further particular, reference is requested to be made to the undersigned,

Hongkong, 6th October, 1953.

DENT & Ca Agenio.

TELEGRAPING MESSAGES.

MULE Directors of the Austrian Lloyds StRAM Navigation Company in Trieste, have made Arrangements for TELEGRAPHING MES. BAGES to London, or to any Part of the Continent, zent to them from Chine

THE FRIEND OF CHINA AND HONGKONG GAZET'I'K,

LIST OF OCHIDS

FOR SALE at Mas, MARSH'S Millinery Roma, Queen's Raul, Hongkong.

A CHOICE Selection of Bowata of the Leviest fashions, consisting of Velvet. Satin Glace

Silk, Plan and Fanny Straws of every description.

Black and Colved Silk Mantro.

Black and White Lace Do.

French Batego and Cachinero Sbawla French lece & Caffeta Silks in every color. Blick & Colored Bill Valves,

Da Hibbana in ull. Widha, Brah Ribbons. Beauet de, Norow satin, Lute da Patrum do, French Brocade Silk Dresses.

Clace Silk do., White & Colored Tulte do,

Lace do., Barège de San do.

Striped Poplin "nd Norwich Lustra do

French Merino nod Pain Muslin de Eaine,

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.

NOTICE

THE interest and responsibility of Mr Jamoutzen EDELJA in our firm at Canton, censed on the Sat December 1803,

NCSERWANJKK ARDASEER BHANJ H & Co.

Canton, 4th January, 1851.

----

Ti reference to the above convex to intimate that, from this day, I have osta blished myself non Commission Adane and Max- CRANT this place.

NEBSERWANJEE ARVASKER BIJANJAN Canton, 4th Januiry, t?51.

TO LET.

1, in White, Pink, Sky, Slate dra & Nap blue. THE well known Mission Promises (for Mission

French pristol Cambric and Meatio do

Etoyle's Print do, Luck & Colored Biroga do. White & Colored Parlit nas in all cuture, Swos and Inde Book Musting

Jaccones Plain and apoted Mulle Black Braswells Net, White do. Tulle illusion. Blonde Edgings, Real nod Invitation Laca Even Full, Du. Berthor, Aleeves, Cullara Chemietti &c.... .

Plam and embroidered Cambric Handkerchiefs Tofinis' Hubcs and umbroidered. Frocks, Cape, and a variety of ander clothing. White and Colored Kid Gloves, Billi do Bracelets and Necktion

Pearl Jet and Chenille Rond dresora, Wreaths and Bouquets, and a chice selection al Feathers & Flowers from Mudzine Ferriero's l'aria

An uaeriment of La 'ís & Childrens Boots and Sbore froin Víault Exte Rue de la Paizķ Joly a Paris, comprising White & Colored Satin Shoes, Kid end Manreo da. Giua sat Count ?ịa ?ỌC, �?G

Linen and Conon Diapers, trah Lines. titown Holland,-Colored do.

Florrocks' Long-Cloth, Fleach Long Cloth very Ane and light. Table Clotha very large sizes. Table Covers, Toilet Covers, Quika, Arti- Voca 184ED, Lace Curtains, Mosquito Net, It-lad, Jace mei Livings, Union and Twill do., Victoria mod Vena- tima Shunting. White nud Colored Crinolines, Cri ooline Pelucoats and Improvers, Corded Dittu. Fine Flannels, Nursing Stays, French Wore do Coutil do, Childrou's Bande, Wisno vad Coduced Silk Hoo, Thread de, Merino do, Coton da., Cotton Bocks, Wool Polkus, Wool Caps & Sleeras, Gaiters, Booralina, Gluves Comfortari, &c. &e.

Woollen Hords. Braided Batin nad Merino do. White and Colored Satin and Merino Flats, Braided Cloaks and Pelisses, Frocks, and a great variety of Children's Clothing of all kinds.

Huberdsabery, Paranola, Elanie Pages Garters, Sandalwab white & colored, Wide Elast.c Warm- ed and Losther Balta, Linen Tapen, Shirt Bullons, Dress nod Triming Buttons in great variety, Silk and Wool Braids, Cotton de, Washing do., Mob ir Net, Ribbon Plaits, Bugle Trimmings, Sewing, King and Meading Cution, P, Noodles, Elooks & Eyes, Whalebone, Covered Cana, Sud- dings, Curton Corda, toches, Risbon Wire, Balk Piping, Straw Triminú?ga.

-From Price & Gomell-

A small assortiment of PERFUMERY. |00?�′Mrs. Manost bage to add that aba will continue to receive the Latret Faunions from London and

The Serrages should be sent under cover, super-Paris Monthly. ecribed" Telegraphic Despatch," to the condrio Agent, for transmission through the Commanding Duñear of the Gleamer, and to be delivered immedi ately on arrival of the Vemel at Trieste.

The Charge for Telegraphing 20 Words frem Trieste per Bubmarine to London, about 16 Fla. rina, or 32 Bhillings Sterling ; and £) Sterling for esch Monge

The writing must be în legibla wc củła

For further particulate, apply to

W. PUSTAU & Co. Agents at Hongkong and Canton.

Hongkong, 27th October, 1853,

NOTICE

Seamen's Hospital

TRUSTEER.

Honourable David Jandine, Esq. C. D. W Lime, Esq., How W. T. Muncan, Esq., H. 8. WALKER, Esq. Superintendent of the 1. & 1), Stram Navigation Company, (ex officio)

Tresmeer-J. C. Bowaine, Erq. Resident Surgeon,-Parun YouNo. Esq. Consulting Surgeon.-W. A. Hauland, Esq.

M.D. Acting Colonial Surgeon

--

Terms of Admission.

Public Wards,

Intermediate Wards, Private Rooma,

*

- 75 cents per day. Dollar,

Patirata are alan admitted on deposka, at the fol lowing ratos, Janewable one day previous to the amount deposited having heon expended,

Publia Wards,

Intermodiste,

Private Rooms, -

$15, $20,

$30,

The Captains or Consignees of Veel mug he responsible for the expense of Patient was by them to the Hospital,

N. B.-A Hospital Billa to be receipted by the Temerar only.

COALS.

FOR SALE at the Godwns of

MAC EWEN & Co. Hongkong, 30th December, 1953

PER OVERLAND MAIL ADIES GENTLEMEN' White Kid

Devoted Ladies' Stockinge

Gentlemen's Bleached and Unblriched 8 eka Doeskin and Buckskin riding and driving Curraj Neck ties: Superfino Black and Blue Broadcloth,

de, de., do.

MAC EWEN & Ca Hongkong, 12th Decembar, 1853

Payment to be made in Mexican Dollare, Hongkong, 30th December, 1883,

PUBLIC AUCTION,

TUE andorrigned bas received instructions ta voll by Public Abation, on the Premises

ON THURSDAY.

the 20th day of January next. Al Noon precisely,

Unless previously disposed of by private sale, the following Property,

In one Lot. That building to the Queen's Rond known as the..

KONGKONG OLUB HOUSA,

And the out buildinge attached, with the lend apon which the whole is built-Registmed in the Land Offre on Inland Ln No" 18, measur ing 94,160 square fat.--Annual Ground Real £1288

Also in one Lot.

All the Splendid Furniture, Billiard Tables, Plate, Crockery, Glass Ware &o, &e, belonging to the above establishment.

Auction.

Conditions of Sale, Catalogues of the Furniture a. will be distributed some days prior to the

GEORGE DUDDELL

Ancianter.

Hoogkang, Och November, 1653.

PUBLIC AUCTION.

parpaare only) of Rev. 1). Roberts in Canion. The place is hoakhy, comfortable, well known by the Natives sa u preaching place, sad desirable us Mission station. Lat say wishing to rout call and examine the place, and apply to Mess. ItusanLL & Co. for the turna.

Canton, Ust January, 1861.

FOR SALE. AULAMPAGNE in Pista and Quiria, Punt WINE, PALn Bunny, ClaUKT and ?MANDT, il of firat quality.

ALSO,

Nates of size in Casks of 2 cwi. Apply i Hongkong or Canton to

LYALL, STILL & Co.

Hongkong, let January, 1854

BIRTH-On bemed the Belilah ship Garewell, Victoria Harboni, aku dik instant, Jiri Captain Dawson el a Bua,

NOTICE.

New Advertisemants should de sent as early as possible the days previous to publication; but generally, advertisements will appear in the forth. coming lame if recriund at the office as late a Beren'dmondays and Snturdags; specially excepting the days on which the Hails are despatched

Hurope.

Uni E

ngisa.l

Calcutta

ambay Moura dydasty

1. W & Hope Sao Franche

Nov

LATEST DATES. Nov. H

Sandwich Island Nor Dec 6 Labus Dec. Slogapore

-Maalla

Shangha Bepi. - Aquy Nov. 19 Napo

16

Nov

Nor

Den

Nor Deo.

Dec

-

THE FRIEND OF CHINA AND HONGKONG GAZETTE.

VICTORIA SA'TORDAY, LANUARY TV, J?NH.

DIARY.

ANDA UNTIL NEUT YOBLIGATION

JANUARY

7|Biturday,

BSunday,

of-oday,

10 Tuesday,

| MION WATZE

Rives Sel

A. M., M.

4 13 630

8,48 4,20

6,43 5,31 4.81 525 4.42 5.81 5,57 4.32 64 5,327,00 7,15 Mon-Fcet quartar yusterday at 11. 23 a. - In Apogee on the 10th, at 13 r.

Jan.

SUPPLEMENTARY SHIPPING LIST. ARRIVALS AT HONGEONO. 6, Bintang Anam, Hubstyn, from Singapore, 15th

November.

1, Mary Spencer, Fisher, from Singapore, 17th

November.

7. Nymph, Wilson, from Weong, 26th Dec. Jan. DEPARTURES FROM HONGKONG.

6, Nuevo Bilbaino (Span), Vasquez, Whampoa 6, Bintang Anam, Hulagu, Whampoa 1, Mathilda (Dan), Gullager, Whampoa, Panos-Per Nymph, 20 Chinese.

(From the Canton Commercial List, Juny, 5.) CANTON.

OPLUM MARENT. Closing Rates~5 P. M.

Patna

Bradret

8357) 0:107 до?о $400

Malon Turkiz

ESTIMATED STOCK OF OPLUM at Cumsingmoon-31st December, 1853.

DATE.

Dec. 281218

428 640

TO İZNE

Import since 430

279

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-- 729

1603

702

540

264

80 224

15

10 ??080 692

66 (2398

MESSRS MAC EWEN & Co have Dekveries

received instructions to sell by

PUBLIC AUCTION,

To-day, Saturday 7th Jonwary 1851.

at 11 o'clock A. M.

On Board the Ship "Bomanjee Hormusjee," (for the benefit of the concerned) 12 Chests PATNA OPIUM.

do, BENARES do.

1

more or less damaged by sea water ex Str. Shanghae.

TERMS OF SALE-Cash before delivery in SPANISH DOLLARS. Hongkong, 7th January, 1854.

Dec. 31 1405 0:22 316

From our Provincial Reporters.

A Despatch lately received at Ifwei-chow atated that the Mandarins had barot down more than half of the houses in the insurgent village of Sea-ins, and a number in Shih-kang. and "Tring ke-be, the sker of all which were confiscated to the public, and were never more to be built upon. The leaders of the revoll and their families and relatives had dupersed themselves through several of the neighbouring dimricia. The Mandarina demanded the de livery of three hundred of the rioters before the end of the month of December, failing

which they declared their intention to burn down the ancestral temples of the differant Icadere.

We have to acknowledge receipt of copies of two Anglo-Chinese Culendars for 1854, one published at No. 2 Mioyan's Hong, Canton, the other m the Chine Mail Office Hongkong. The Shangha Almanac for 1934, and Miscellany, may be had at this Olice.

The Officers of the U. S. M. 8 Mississippi issued avvitations to an Ethiopian Concert and Tiwatrical performance on board their vessel on Thursday evening last. The weather being fine, the entertamdicut was as numerously und respectably atten?�led as either of the similar ru-unions in the Sister slupa Sumpihanouk ami Powhatan, of which we have already made maution One thing to us was lacking, and that was a Bill of the day; and we tho moro regret the want of such a miwila by our prcent in ability to furnish any particular ac. count of the merits of the respective acture, They all, however, appeared to get through their parts very efficicully; and the Elbiopan Minstrele werd in excellent training. But the Ellopian Palm must still remain with "our fost luba-De Niggas of da Ponkofan" whose performances, indced could not be excelled by * purfessional minstrela."

Il Commodore Parry and the officers of his squadron came to Hougkong with a design on the hearts and kindly feelings of a not generally over sociable community, we can but tell them, indivdually and collectively, that they havo most effectively mecceeded; and their success in this respect augurs well for the re- sult of an expedring which has for its chief aim the inducing an un-civilized set of unsociables to take a position in the world's fraternity.

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THE P. & O. 8. N. Co's Steam Ship Pottinger, Captain Stead, arrived about hall past one ... Wednesday-Twelve daye and some twurs from Singapore. Such fearful currents and head seas were encountered by the Pottinger, that at one time it was thought impossible to make the pamage, and, it being imprudent to drive the whip through them, the Coals were husbanded, so causing a longer than the usual period for the run up the China sea. The Pot- finger brings 1068 Chests of Drug, 420 of which are l'atoa and Benares, 60 of Turkey, ant 569 nl Malwa. Notwithstanding the fact of the Paking and Shanghai having both taken away treasure-the latter some $44,000-our funso money deulars are determinately bent on wak. Ing consignments to a glutted market. The Pottinger bringe no luan a sum thon 82,242,224. This we can but think is overdoing it.

Our London corre"potulent's latter leaves us little to tell of European News, Neither tho Chayolite, nor the Cairngorm--the former out hundred-the latter 95 days-had been re ported it wil he acen. The Challenge had been unable to get beyond the Western Llando, and, hardly with the aid of passengers at the pumps, could she be kept ofat. This remit wes not valoreseen, as evidenced in the follow- ing extract from our inne of the 201l of July,- "The Chian and England Races commenced lat week-the American Clipper Challenge landing the ran, closely followed by the Stornoway and Patna, The Challenge was cast off by the H. & C. Ca'n Hongkong of Macao at d. 20. M. Thursday the Idik ingland, then blowing a sti easterly breeze. The Stornoway was east off by the P. & 0.8 N. Co.'s Canton on Friday the 15th it. The Challenge had therefore good start, but it is stated that, frous over carrybig on former occasions, and the general lightness of her build, the probabilities are that Captain Pits will not be able to spread such an amount of canvası shall enable him to maintain the Challenga's pre- vious oharacter. The ackingly damaged stato of her cargo outward precludes the possibility of her appearing again in Chine waters;-that is te my, oder oberiet by an Engluh boun. - Pro! C. July 20."

Lord Palmerston's letter to the Moderator of the Presbytery of Edinburgh is amusing. and calculated to be useful. The revolution of the Presbytery, that the letter should not be engromed their minuler, jn also en?using. But for this Lord Palmeraton will have beon prepared by precerlent. In Combe's Physio- logy, Chapter IX On the relation between Science and Scriptore" we have an apt il- lustration of this. By an Act of Parliament passed in 1503 Witcheral and Consultation with Witches was punishable with death, The thousands that were burnt to death in Scotland for these crimes may not be told ol. But in 1735 the statulas were repealed, and wo read:-

in

"The Becesalen Church of Scotland, comprising many Intelligent clergymen and a large sumber of the most serious and religions of the people, complained, lo skele act of their Associate Presbytery at Edlaburgh le Annual Confession of personal and na?iwan) size, (prland

1743,) of the penat macies agaiom witches having been repooled by Parliament, contrary to the expose how of God! This defection is classed by Dr. John Brown of Ladding- Low, one of the great lendaro of the Breersion Church about

the middle and end of last century, among the practical back-ligs from the once slalued tv and coroan? work of reformation, which have happened in the preced. Ing and present age, an abases of the singoler lavors of tiul."

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THE FRIEND OP CHINA AND HONGKONG GAZETTE.

youd the usual time by slow konti, strong lead windle and an unusually honry Mail.- Ibid.

(From the Fricul of India, November 21,

-Tho Lahore Chronicle, Unies Diat this culuva. tion of tea in the Kangra diuret is such as to JNE. tify the Superintendent sa huliling a polden auction -The Citizen reports that the Bopreme Court

of the pruduna. In 1851 there were in this district bos dociled that the Peninsular and ?riental Com

only two ameli plaptations, commanded with anels pony are entitled to an injunction, tu restrain claim those of Kumson, The Lovernor General, however, was convinced that the project would creed, and Dr Jameson was authorised to form the Charabe Itange. The post and climate are ad-

??largo plantation on a waste plain at the foot of mirably adapted to the cultivation, the tea profue d dis emperjar toshat of Kummon Blyps have been taken

??far plutoring 100,000 trees, and?�is a short tas fra hundred acres will be covered with the tes plant,

ANJUR SOFFino Last. Passed from China-Nov, 17 h Mary Rey from proceeding to execution on judgments

obtained against them for the dues at ila Packa -- 19th N. Cezard-20th Maggic, and Preust In other words, the Court has decided that the eber Adler-22nd Balder, and Ganges-21th Company are liable only for the value of slip and Typhoon, and W. N. Lindsay-27th Huser-freight, palmate at about £17,000.-Friend of

India, November 19, 28th General Michiells, and William Prowe. Dcc. Int Flying Clulders (Am) and Lainar.

Rr the Ship Lord Warriden, Captain Cubit, which arrived in this herb-ne on the Slot ulime, we have received advices from San Francisco t? the 17th November inclusive. As these papers cntain sevrtalitume of intelligence, which we do bat recollect having seen quoted elsewhere, wo up- pend the tuost important of them.

The appointment of U. 8. Minister to Chion bas, we are told, been coolatred on teneral Cushing, Diker accounts have it that the post wwaica the acceptance of Mr Dalla-Me Waker, for whom the honor was originally destined, having re-

good the appointment, much to the regret protina The election of Mr Dallas (of indeed it has been made) would seem to be unpopular. 116 je said to be a porong whi su minner in "pompoen and formal" and "definont in ouergy and fact"-

??qualislantion and a defiency which it comsi ba confemed seldom much themselves to a recoguia d ciús 'n of the Godal republic. Perhaps, after all, we may be spared the laffiction of this gentleman's obtrusions for, according to a New Ortonan" papar of the date of November tat, ??Mr R. Mc'Lano, of

a name and qualifications we are, we trust ex rbune cumbly, ignorant, in the appointed Commissioner." The papers furnish us with the averago quate of riola-atakım best explanons whaela masak-in- stions and other stereotyped "dolliculties " (400- tionely so called,

The mining operations are being prosecuted wel various success, and at various paints new

·Jiggings " have been di-covered.

The Company form to mablish a line of Steamers between San Francisco and Chins, to be designated the Oriental & Pacific Sun Nerige tion Company, have memorialiard Congress for & Mail contract

The prorpsetus declare the - tention of the projeciom to be tu issue ten thousand Shao, for sece of which one thound Jollars is

be sub-cribed.

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The report of Gold having been found on the Banks of the Amazon in confirmed - A Ciptain Wakeman, who had estently arrived from Australia aya-~ 1 huva doan several guntheroan from the * valley of the Amazon. If one third of what they * may in trus, lels the richest and finest country so the Inca of the earth Other accounts derido this

report a

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zrum ax+ggeration-net only is the yield of gold, we are satured, inconsiderable, but the approaches to the localities in which it is nup- pwed to be found "horrible and almost impassable." So many romels bad arrived at the Chenpha lalands, to procura cargoes of Gasco, that some of bom would be compelled to wait there for maniha before their time to load could occur.

It is incidentally mentioned in the Sea Fran cisco papers, from which we quote, that of the cassa ni Yallow (ever which had nocurent at Now Oc Tuono, siz1y four per cent had ended Gatally, Pro- videntially the virulonos of the pligus hid nbatud. A bergò of canle, avid to be of excellent quality, had been brought to San Francisco from Vancow. vers lland, to which place they bad been akon from the Coast of the Pacifi: This reumalance was regarded as augweing wall for the proposed operadloos of the Preu?le line of Stoarmera,

We are inforged that Mr D. B Roberton, H. D. M. Consulat Amoy, and farmerly, while Vice- Consul a Blanghie, meting no Danish Con-01 there, line been presented by the King of Dark with a cold molbox bering the portrait of his Mujemy -Chioa Mail, January B

British Guiana -Tae planters aro sanguine je

··heir anticipatiums of the coming coup. Yellow | fever his mide its appearanc, and singled out as és el time the Portuguese, muro expociilly chan any other class. ()e of the worst features in auch

visitations in the waul of mdical aid cudes are, in the nature of things, left a prey to tho virulence of the epidemic.

A Rangon m Here are no unestiled as ever, mobbery rife everywhere, and the country quite in a thetweled state; the meamers now are the only Contayances for goods to Proma, and such can only be done at extravagant rates of freight. We much fene that the army will again have to take the fold, and that, before the government can have even a temperany e-mation from annoyance on the frontier, Ava súlf mom fall-Mercantile Letter from Mauloin dated Nov 16.

H. M. 3 Greion, Hon O. D. Keane, Com mander, arrived here from a oruige on the 21 instant-Singopers Free Press, Dec. 23,

The P. &. O. Co's Screw-Mamer Madras, Cap-nin Farfil, kft this for Australia yesterday evening-Ibid.

The Mail has been dasimod for some daya be

??This was wrlsen before the receipt of our Londos Correspondenca maction that Mit Melane-" has accept- ed the appolates),"

??British Ternary 1-E F. or C

Multi.

Great digominfiction, in expressed at the now are rival of the long expected vessels with Chinese im- igas The delay in spposed to arise from the determiantion of iku suthorities to put an end to the crimping system. It is thought that thes may in torfere with a regular accesson of Chinese kabog- rere to the colony. The Royal Gavette benealo over this failure to obtain immigrants Gon sne amire and another, especially as all that can well be done in the shape of wzing the Grende la been flected, in order to render the mosas of his sub. nistence so difficult as to force him to labour on the plantation - Anti Slavery Reporter, Nua lat,

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LORD PALMERSTON ON PRAYER

AND FARTING.

The moderator of the Edinburgh Presbytery of the Church of Scotland addressed Lord Palmerston a few days ago, stating that the Presbytery find in view the propriety of appointing, on ecclesiastical, authority, a day for prayer and humilation within its boende, on account of the re appearance of Avinteo cholere in this country. Considering, however, that it was likely that o national fast would be appointed on toy d authority they begged respectfully to ask whether such an appointment was in e swemplati in.

1 The following letter from the Home Office, in reply, was read at the monthly meeting of the f'rmbytery on Wednesday:-

Whitehall, Oct. 1.

St.- um directed by Viscount Palmerston to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 15th inst., requesting, on the behalf of the Presbytery of Edinburgh, to be informed whether it is propied to appoint a day of national fating sa scoscnt of the visitsalon of the cholics, and to mate that there aan ba no doubt that manifestations of kumlila res signation to the Divine Will and slacere acknow lodgments of human onwortbises are revol more appropriate than whom it has pleased Prorid men to afflirt ma kind with some severo visitation ; bat ja does not appear to Lord. Palm:tann that a un tinol fast wonki be suitable to the circumstances of the present chaiment.

-The Similian states on the authority of a pri- vate lettre hum Kelst, thist the Candular Chief jains are marching où that city. Should the re- part prove correl, the British G. vernment may ha under the necessity of isterlering fra the protection of an old ally. It wid alon that the Itulee of Floral- on of Yar Mohammed, if we mistake mut-ha_shand-med the Persians and joined the Amnet of Cabool.

-A correspondent of the same journals declarens that he has discovered in a commun junglu tree, a perfect sulmitute for guiti perche, Accurate im pressions can be taken with it fram coine, and it is il to be as well adapted for ensulating the wires of the Electric Telegraph as the gutto perchs.

-The Englishmas recommends that when a European Regiment is sout net to Fadio, the com manding offiot and kinata?fabouli un despatched overland. De would thus perive in Osleutia at konat two months befora kio Itegiment, and in that time acquire some kno"ledge of the country, and of the prementies requirød for his men. At present he is obliged to accompany one of the detachments, and even if his russel meriva firmi, he is compelled to undariske numerous duties for his reglament, in a bud of which be knows positively nothing. A more | helplem being than an Englubman of any olas

just attired in Calestia, It is impossibile to concere, and we official megislation can be to, valuable as the experience he would acquire in the two moniki, saved from ship haard

The Maker of the Universe has awaklished car- tain lawa of beture for the planes in which we lien, and the weal or wwe of mankuud depande upon | the observance or the neglect of those bewa ?ne of those law conatela kanich, with the abreson ný those gaseous exhalations which proceed from over. crowded human beings, or fron decompose | sabs tances, whether animal or vegetable; and theas asme laws render sickness the almadı inevitabla consequence of exposure to those uozioua infauncre But it han, at the same time, pleased Providence to put it within the power of men to make auch ar mangamonu sa will pearsal or disporno such exha lations so ne to render them harmless, and it is the doty of man to stand to three laws of name, and to exert the facukiro which Providenco has tur given to mna for his own welfare

The recent vanitation of cholera, which has for the moment been mercifully checked, la an awlul warning given to the people of this ronim that they have too much arglected their duty in this re-paci, ??mud that those persons with whom it rested to, purify towns sad cities and to prevent or to remote the cause of disease, have not been sufficolly active in regazil to such matters. Lord Palmers. low wonk therefore suggest that the best coures which the people of this ountry can pursue to deserve that the further progrem of the cholers should be stayed, will be to employ the interval ibat will slapen between the presont lima and the be ginning of next spring in planning and executing

measures by which those portions of their town and cities which are inhabited by the poorest classes, and which from the nature of things, must moal meed purification and improvement, may be frosd from those casar and sources of contagion, which, of allowed to remain, will lofillibly breed pratilenor, and be fruitful in dentls, in spite of all the prayer. and fastinga of an united but lösatire nation." When man ha dong the Qliwost for bát own sifty, ikon in the time se levoke the blessing of Heaven to give ellet to his caestions.-I am. Bir, your obe dieul servant,

Hamar Fitz.O.

To the Rev. W. E. Gray, Moderator of the

Prebytery of Echobergh.

Englan! have bees very lugn. The shapronk of Grain med Flour to England are forze, hul ship roga fronted and fonight high. Proposals for faying down the Telegraph wars notonn thu Atinue and it appears bring matured..

W.H. Webhof New York liss got a contruct for 100 gun screw manolowar for the Emperor of Huis-two others use and to have been contracted for. The rust is stated ni from $150,0-19 to 300 000, Robert McLvar less been appointed and low accept- ed the post of �?8. Minster in China.

Accounts of rich discoveries in the mines of Mexico have come in hand. A chango ul Presi dunt has wretreat Mome Voloo

A truly of cum orce &c. with Paraguay lina but just been raibed and pubhubed here. The Chilien miers are washing well. A proposal in il to be on foot for a stemm itsdie by the abil of Magellan.

Nearer home there is little of interem transpiring The Queen of Hpsin su in germi disfavour with her aucta for her disregard to even an appetent Tespect for the proprieties of virton and ber royal Bention. The asovuchement of the Queen of Por Tagal in nest. Italy in now attracting little allen- The Pope is an invalid and ordered to play at Bolhazela. Cardiol. Wiesman has gone i Roine. France, liko England, is occupied with the Tur- kish question-and the supply of food for the people. Her ports are stea for corn ships, and the dread of the consequences of a lanine appears to withdraw sttention from manatters. The l'aris exhibition buldig, (not gen, in wivancing standily.

At home the principal topine of interest are the supply of food. The condition of the Isbour market. Sizikes "ntinue donarons and satomiku. At Wigan, riots, buvo ensued, the military colled sut, and suuna or loca lost Throughout the North Wedem provimas and the Calleries, A general disposition to stand out for advanced wagra Me shown, and glyst inconvenience and lone natural ly rock to all chim s The semen conting: (+ legialate by alies) univu, rutes for the ereditions of their employment, but there la nomo indiasnou of

compromter.

Soulland is in motinu jest bow in preventing she public ackno a ledgment of grievances til lately not all suspected in exim * A grew mywing bac been held at Edm buny?; the Earl of Eglinton in the chair, where revolutiona wazo pasand embodying the ends of then clone; which are, that a Sere. My of Sale for Hoodsad bo imed-" larger share of representation from Scotland is the Imperial Par list lite it the votan s�?public money for works of generi i?ae?t, such as bathome & &o. Crown prop.ty in Bowland to be administer.

-A com.spondent of the same journal writing from Darjeeling states that the late Rajsh of Sk him is resuming relating with the British Gor. ernment. He even pcregia persons sccused of grave offeners, who recape to les side of the kills. It willed

be comeinbered that this firte poraniste, some three years since mctually arrested" Di Campbell Or which he was mulcted in balf his territory nad alg his vou

WRITTEN FOR Tux Friend of China.

London, 7th and 8th November, 1659. What the Swedish Charles 12th breams to the Turks, the Turkish qoesten tids fair to become to European governments,-an unmovable bore. To it every subject of interest and impostries whether nt foreign of domestic policy in and for some time he had to vive place and the enq "rims of the bour as well s the newspapera o�?the day, ap. pear to exclude all other autf-cts in consideration of that, When negociation wis interrupted by the difference of interpretation of the proposided i rme of settement, and at the instance of the jealous Ivolilo Musculmans, the Parte gave a limit of time to the Autocrat for evacuating the Danobian principalities, finding which war to bo declared and commenced, renewed efforts ware made by the mediating powera to bring about an arrangement, which ser some few difficulins was brought so a climax,-object however to homilities not having commenced. bostilities had commenced the diplomatie arrangement to bravomis mull.

Hiles had com-nanced A Russian gun-boat and some other craft bed n'templeil a pasugo up the Danube, and tha Turkish garsioon as fruktchi fred upon them and killed sowie of the offionce and crew. Bulmequently Dost Pacha the Turkish Commander in chief, erossad the Danube at Widdin doc, with 'orres vation-ly stated in number, and some ancounters of an considerable extent appear to have onu d. The particulers of than solibeir renuka are but imperfacily known here, some telographic meimges sinte suceras to have stiend ed the main forces while the contrary is stated by others. It is supposed that Omar Pacha had no clojen but to commence the imureinent of hir forest, spitit of fanatical soal pervading the Twkab troops which it was seureely poambia to restrain. The urders despatched to him by the Bulten werd that on the event of his having cora menced hostilities, the new settlement was not to be regarded, and he on bir own responsibility was to progerate the war al liig discretion,

Gortaciskoff the Russian Commander has it ap peats been slow to assume ectos! hostile incasuren, and so far only arta on the defensivo. Ila hat | demandedse inferenments it is evid. The principa. bition ato declared in a state of siege, and martial law threatened to be administered in case of com- munication of the inhabitanta with De Turkich ste The English and French is are in she Be of Murmor-and will be brought up to New Constantinople, The French Ambrotader at Con- stantinople, Do la Cour, has been recalled,and Goo erl Burnguny D' Chilliers his left. Paria to astund the duties of the embassy. Austria, the ciderant Ally of Nursia le 'no where in the contention, having too much to look after for her own ini teresia an imminantly pevilled by the disorders on her border, and at the last gasp of financial credit, Turkey ft in said is about attempting once more to raise a loan in Paris and London. Rowin, al- though about to negociate a loan to Austria, 'it in known would gladly" become our debtor if a nom lean could be raised for her here.

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On the reading of the letter, the Rev. De Clock exproved bie total dissent from the quotuments v1. pressed in the letter, and said he would not wish to be a slater in the responsibility of those who re Ensed or declined to give her Maje-ty's subjects an opportunity of meeting for prayer in regard to so fearful a visitation. The Rev. Dr. Mur said, ho- thought there could be but one unmingled feeling of pily entertained by them that such a document should emanate from a professedly Christian Gr eroment. Several members exproved concurrence in there unlimenta, It was agreed to refer the Appointment of a day of humiliation and prayer to the approaching mesting of the Provincial Synol of Lotijan and Tweeddala, that the same day migh! be fixed for the whole Brood. The question was put whether the answer of Mr Fizsoy should be engrossed in the minutes, and it was unanimously carried in the negative.

The Persian Ambassador at 81. James' was oud- denly recalled, and loft bore a few days since.

The intelligence from the United States intimates a condition of comparative political quiet, but com mercial anxiety and difficulty. Money very scarce, credit restricted, discount run up to 12 per deul, and some low failures, but not of first class met- cantile concerns. The remittances of specie lo

by a word spally appointed, and the produce

applied to local improvements. la freland, bonde the usual amom of party strifes and animated diarusion, the men of ike Dublin exhibition nista uut joel for frence. The occasion was ap propriately significat, and to the patataction of be- batdeen-sle Darg in lind thras chreis,and Mr Honey sa medu s kunigüt-In the douth of leland there have been heavy floods attended with disasters and loss of life-The vacant Bishopric of Derry is anid to be dried for Dr Higgen of Limerick and De Kitwau Dean of Lumenck to be made Bahay, and some say Heary Crime of Clonfessle. Profemor Blaurice of King's College London, his been so avored on the ai coul v? betaraluxr, boi ben n his ade the concidenes and approval of a large number of his cudjutore and the studio-The Auglican Bioboro Juru-alem has been sapratens ed by a formally subscribed doommand from his subsidionte Clergy de, as encoding his preange. lives, but counter declaration has been fanned from his brethren 1 the bench at home.

The commissio, u; enquiry on the Lodes ear- poration has cauenced its sittinga, and already Mirred up strife o sume methods of corporation routine of limle ich erlamos,

The Queen ho bern antertainnig ber Belgina visitors do at Windsor--King 1rop>ht coturned to attend on the G". A new paddle stemın yachi of 1800 tona to be called the Windsor evels in under gider for 11 Majesty-The Lord mayor and some cibere ac geting support to a project for erecting a public einen Prince Albert no the site of the Crystal Palice (1μls Park-£3,000 alenady subscribed. Opinions and freely expteasel against The propriety of cha Meisure us premature, A public meeting et grens ruspreslukty kas uz. pressed the immuun of Englishmen for the bravO od amiable Lieut.-Bellot who lost kon life in the Franklin expedition ul Commander MoClare-a platne at Greenwich had a skuntien to his family Bro proposed New 14k ogg shaped green bottles have been found or ciancatat of Biberis and rúppua- ing they may have from Franklin's shipa nun is now exhibited at 1 for ådratification-The fitted out by Lady i contro la abandoned, the of feere having diangan ), and the ships taken into Valparaiso.

A report in just polished of the correspondence that took place with our government touchin Chinese minigration-le dentarna oothing particu larly new.

* A local Contemporary alleves bla correspondent to Kay that this meeting, or ruber she anclasion which grew out of it, han for his male object the obtaining "a larger portion of the humeurs and rewards of public life," The corrupin rental che Singapore Free Prym ibas speaks of the water. One corte-pient, by simply stating what ubject the nanociation really alm n', is the lalies of the th. There in Dutting moreasonable in si requisitos, "The nearest approach to a political movement is the ap,arance of a Timog Scotland party includ. ing the somewhat anomalotta nenes of Eglinton, Young Sceland Al, Napier and Aylous. complains that his country has not her due share of love and fishes, thi? bonora and the rewards of the United Kingdom, that the Unicorn is not fairly treated in short, ned demand a revision of the mode of detritation.

It has not been the general opinion that Sentia was alighted in ber soon, albeit ? but been sand of late that no Brochman ever led the House of "Commons" mofortunato saying which per- hape may have been the spark to fight this new fire and call the Earl, the Knights, and the Alen of levers into the field of controversial politics and load them to platform oratory. The Trofeur, by the byc, should beware of the gibes contained in i certak poem inued under tha ponudanym of "Hon Gaultier." "

404

matkul dezırım' =

Ca oveð ziet u ekslas panoge, g weh-bunging a nude raze akapan yoð orði cp, baru slope czy ng bag Fou meiciants here nie masile dapost k to Save let se inscher operátor. Ta Pagate Vallebaut Viciarci has nobiessta cary taking a speilida a atm 33 faye do buenaces generally. There hen bova v lede fall, De manufacturers have been of come probiemg kes, nod the state of the money market has mete l

The trade of the year however hit b wry large - there is no distrant, and shmangá money 1 worth more than foi saina time pri VOORN, there is nothing like ptersure or slaria, se The Pauk bare bad a moderate flow inwards, and are liberal in advancea. The decount betsen ny veh Meng slated paper. The bank rate of disecant is 43 per cent; Juuide 5 tu 6 per cent. Consile have maintained and advanced in price, cluclip as the effect of large speculations for the fall in whielt sunny now find themselves but awkwardly plecet -The price is now 9%) The high price of com !

is a matter of serious consideration ; Brend in the

19. FRANCOF CHINA AND HONGKONG GAZETTE

SQIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

ARRIVALS.

AT BONOKONA.

4. 49-Gary Bass, Mano, foin Honolulu, Dai Dec. |

4, Su Penger, Sterd, ziom Bombay 2nd Doe

Galle 13th'ila, Pensng Kør d�?... and own.

2. Aravin, Locke, tromi Whimpoa. J.

AT WHAMIDA,

4. Drut chand "Dirin), kaind, train Hongkong 4, 154 Bakanan, Lavingvon, from Hongkong. 4. Hraður, Lambert, from Valentia. Dec.

AT SHANORAC

20, Numph, W1'9on, tram Honchong 20, Confue #1, Penske, from Liverpå??, 20, Jot.ph Firtcher, Postur, troun Auckland. 20, Rogal Siam, Jackson, from Sydney.

21, Heijimin Hope, Hutchinson, Melbourne, 22, Omadr (Asu), Creery, from Hongleơng -

24, St. 1, M. Hu, Jamieson, troi Hongkong, 22, Star of the East, Roberto, from Sydury. ( 26, Spec, Mayntia, from Ningyo.

PARIKNJEKO

Per Str. Pottinger,-Miasta. Faite, Clarke, an

and 1 Chinese.

metropolis has reached 114 the quantera -The ¦ Meunan, Langley, Bow can, Giveon, Miss tonsket has probably ecsched its highest, and skraidy je declining--Large supplies may be expected from ¦

Freigh's

the Black Ses, where about 9,000 vemels are now merived or bound est to load wheat hare tuled exoosely high-Ilice has born! gradually advancing, but is to quieter-Bengal ba quoted 14,6 to 11. Ariaen 12,6 19, Cut

tom han ruled dull owing chivẩy to it o roducel

consumption resulting from the strikes, but during

the last day or twe mote himness is exhibited.

The colonial perduco innikem have been quiet and prices drooping.

The silk market is steady and prices continus about the same no indicated at our October rilas

The deliveries in Dember were largs, although not expial to these of September. In the 10 mosilia enaline 31st October, there is an increase in the deliveries of 7,149 bales, and in the importations of 1,312 balen over the same period. Te82; and tho stork on 31st ultimo was only. 194 balno users aban

in 1852. The quantity to active, as advised by the Mail in nearly 17,000 bales, including abun 4000 which were to leave immediately alier 20th Augant. The increasing preference given to Chana Silk over other kinda muel, en long as the tunde momontažna s k?aliby position, protect prices from any atrist dreline.

The Ten market has been very animated and the consumptive demand has, coupled with the confidence of unportance, induced an improvement in good Congous of about 2? per lb (having touch- ed ja lil) and a slight adfahre in several other descriptions. The stock in U. K 3m ulimo, was 54,615,000 fed against 49,237,000 Rs. 311 October 1863,

Amount of billedrawn by the Company on their respective Presidencies from the 24ili ?ctober to the 7th November,

Bengal. - - £1,5TE 18 10 | Exchange,

Jon.

DEPARTURES

FROM GORAKOND,

BITCING

CRINA.

MERCHANT VESSELA.

itate

Pins: Ton

Masters

F

Ai Mangkona

4'The. Unique

Bw.

Carnwall bl

Dannebrog, bargue

34 21!

I'

1341

4. Jeomey, k?p

A

Mar

then tokyo sebaones

Entepeize, skip

Ferlir barque

Five Fradr. dip tiple

tieorge Avery, banque Hongkong, ricamer

Jakie bagdal, skip Jahn N. maler, skips Kat Bach,

i hokituor, sehr

Lady Vary Moo 1, str.

Lady Hates widge

Loud Mariston, ship Loven, barqar

Mathile gentlur Nato a big

Cawalbera Use, sl

5 Lady Bagler, Marienburg, Whampor.

ricke, London

Ockney Is basque Chile. ships lolama, ship l'atlager steamet

Koldusp

Hine of haren alı?ı

> barque

6, Rieng Shuron, Thinson, Port Phillip nudes, barga

Sydney.

Dec.

FROM MACAO.

26, Pogurte de Pangim (P-1), Fi-lhe, Singaporo. 19.

2 Trinfo(Past), Remodios, G. n.

| Dec.

PROM WHAMINA.

27, Robert (Aust., Canell, Singapore, Jon. 4, Syed Khan, Young, Singapore,

14 William & Mary, Iteed, Sydney, 5, Jane Eving, Dallas, Manila.

Dec.

FROM THANGUAR

21, Russian War Sir, Vittues, Commander Kor

eshell, fie cruis

25, Nymph, Wilson, Hongkong.

17, Pudsey Dawson, Davies, Lidon.

29, Channing (Am), Johnsuu, New York

24, Nama Iqsoft (Nm), Bursley, Ludon

M

?ا??ا

felt Fast

Consigner

Dee Liver of July 21. We do.

New Zealand 4Jei meet and co

THE FRIEND

Healin

Nydury

Hobart Town New John Huel and co.

Nor y Mocas

*

Fe

Kepon

The Guam

2. Authen solco W?ng

alayto-

thet

VOL. XII. Na 3.

110 Tom Chi

H

Jill-hangha

The Wm Amb and co May

Lindsay and co,

Contou

16 may

Dec 14, Anthem and co

Nav teftaban

theit Pho

Beit. 40 Campbe?i

367 Luderson

"

བ�?

Hell

250 1:1000

Dat :00 lesse

Am

Bee L'anton

i Livingston and co

thel Belaffer and ou Pest l'hilly Deo.gall, Mull and co

Schandor and co dan a

Sor 37han Frances Dee lather and or

Anc

Framelecet 16 tuore and os

43 V

Desig Swe. Hallimbur

Jan Dee

Liverpool

" 3 do.

13 Leden

Famirsen Marienb

14

Hambr

Dan 130 dager *pan. Vague

|slam | 350|Lan

| Heli-| G| Tactio

50 Evans

[China] tielstope

[BiH (Lam-Shrad

11

"

than

ve Fraser

5571elger

66 Morrice Shu-soliter Mau

Vetle Sept John Bud and co, Jan Shangline Dec 21 & ON. Ca

Man Francises Spiney

For tale Little

San Fra

New to 'au Frauche Sept 27, clunsfer and co. ringkjver Deo 31 de.

Nur InJardina, 39, and co

pan Franc

AMOT

EU da.

John Hardco

W

$ du.

Nor

Pests and

\ecno

Dec --

ferrets

Sept a Haukok

lenolulu

Aug 13 Jardins, M. and co.

Ure Jardine, Maud ca. June 2. Jardins, Al qui ce. San Franci

san ban

On Mauclaes et 120Frier

Dea 14 Liverpool

abambay

Nov

(Dee TP 0.9 N Co

Jet verpl In clarifer and co

Manchaceptydelige

||July 31 Haskok

malay

l'ap

July Amoud costat

ing Herder

Panama

Nor 11 Mayer, Belfer & class haiky

Det Pardue, M. and on.

ceffer and co Pert halli A. Anthon and coba Pramiro

On New York

Shamrock, brig

Helt

1 W

Nav Maca

statesman, barque

150 lodge

the Whampoa

Veronica, bask

Timel, barg

PataSilea

Daily by Mec

Det.

Ser 13 Sige Fradelsce sept

Walter Morrice, hasgos | Brit

Dec 31 dny

Nor

Lyall, Sill and co.

Whelansberg, ship

Nov 21, Melbourne

Sept

Lubeck and ca,

Fulgrant, ship

Port

interves

The Whompson Jane Stralie

Det tv. V. Jargo

-J. M. de Jesu

l'incess Sapala, banjac | Dut

Nov (6. Po da bira

Whampen

Andrachios, slip

Van

Bella Vascongada, sippan

Brends, scho

334

Agulne testeas

Bi Tar, baran

Mal

347 'recisa

Cantos, teamer

NS da Lus, ke

Vacate, barque Danket Harque Deutschland jo Laily Bhd, barque Flying Dutchman, sulp Kastle, ship

29, Fr. Str. Le Cass, Commander F, du Plas, tenbery, alp

Ningpo.

30, Herria (Am), Haller, Boston,

Angivale in England.

Oct 14th, Countess of Winton, 27th Willem Connel, 28th Don Ricardo, 30h Sea Qunen, Nov, 1st Stornoway, Rod Motion Melatyre, 3ed Flying Chillers.

DEPARTURE FOR CHINA.

Oct. 29th Topaz, Louisa Jacoba Jubanos, Kla aiun, and Gerardus Jacobus

tel.

Highdyar. ship

Isabel Quinture, barque

y

J. Jeejeebboy,

Jels Buckan barque John Wood,allp Mandaques, brig

| Neptune, sulp

| Duan, kelg

Pindes. barque

51 Pellenweet Nov 18 Haugkoug

" 25

Garter Hom. Ketel Hrebend tilt 243 Park Am.1251 Habbani

Lada Dollard

Brit. 473 Lamberi

|_ Am. |1290] Waterman

Pera. 54 Hey

Bril

Deci Hele Town

Ser 25 Mguula

| 10 Shangkas

Bee Landon

Jasenghong

Pro

Jan anyduny

???ة 17

$7 Fitles Des mbay

237 Lirlagstau

Sockell

Span 350 (worna

Slam. 1990 Martins

sie karies Farben, ett. Hell

Jan 3 Bembey

Det my

tagcudock Dee saamatang

Fowlend

San Franci

West Joule

Singapore

het Mm. Pustan and co. Landan

NovW. M. Kolmet.

Jane

Nye, askin and Jaline, Mt and co. 'an-yall, Bill and co.

hang love Landen

Det er, Sesederaco. Lauder

16 Nye, Parkin and co. New York

the Fajne Sons de cv Mombay

1King and co

YIN

Authon and on an Francisco Jun.0.1 N. C

No

Order

Ure 11 Vaca

dar

17Mydney

Get

Jardine, M and co.

kanghar

13 Fraachee

A bed and co

New York

3. W. Hubbell

New York

Jan

alesia

Packerloem and ca

Nov 13den Franciace

Sept

Ang 903701 Endicott

Lombock

leerder

Net Order

Dee Raj Hanlla July Tim

Der

Lyall. Still and on.

Order

151μm

Heit

Thom

jec

Urosvenor

That

11 Perry

det 11. V. der

Store ship Java

I'roles, barque

Hebekah, barge

Am

H

San Francisco

[31.

Hongkong

Bolide, belg

Jun 26 Heyer

thee 21 omalla

Spark, steamer

Aim

Ellis

+

Tamerlane, banjee

Brit

420 caldwell

Calcula

"

Tel, sp

Tol do.

Commodo

Vigilant, entor

A

1:20 Form

Hell

Deo

Hongkong day

UNL 19s|Nakoda

|Aug 19 Slogapore

July 15 Falt and co

Nor Falt and co

Dec 1

Fein banque

Welt, 100 timelin

25 Elvin

Fydenle, barqua

Dat.

Fathakool alam, barque

$13 N

Fortuna, brig

Homer, ship

"

Independence, brig

142 Bach

་�?

Kkty,

Heatles, skip

BLUE'S OF WAR IN CHINA.

AL

Fn+

Whamapa 'Shore May| -- Focló 251) 12 Vroma

1. Theme |Hongk?m1:14 MM.

Hospital - Beymun

Madras- Itumbay- - -

16,584 IN 1

402 40. st 20. id

Lü, 151 01

per Co.'s Rupee Alligator

Buc.

Batten Ca Ikiele Hermen

Mon-Jum

"

Rauler

The Ripon" took out $10,300 gold l 2025,717 silver for 1rogkong, and £155,879 vil vez for Lanton-besides about £160,000 for Indra- The greater part of silver lately arrived hap been taken for Insin and China, and the price in Bander Bed & per oz f?r bar silver, 58 tal per v? Max. || Spartan ican dollata

Toonigs although not plentiful is not commanil. ing such high rates as of late. The partis) eur pension of the colonial exporta usturally moder sun the demand. Freights hero to Astralis (Uz to Plla-Canton 50c to 7?c--"-Tinto" takes 300 tons Patrol Fuel.

The "William Connal" arrived hora Oct, 20th, The "Don Rient 'o" arrived at Falmouts Oco. bee 29th-Son (boven in London and Flying Chillers" at Greenstown S0thy~~Marion Bĺ-to- Igre" at Liverpool (of es putting lato Crustchaven) Jst instant-Brocimway 3)u ulto.

The "Challenge" put into Fayal 20th October very lenky, passengers having all bad a curu ai the pumpa, and not likely to have kept afloat many

baura longer.

Queen

Canon 1.31 B 12 Sander Hongkongpil š - Ellia

N kampon 13. M. 11 eller Slangse 16.M.Bull

10 M. Sto Capt the W. Hone

Amoy 11.11.20 Hongkong H. M

??

Hongkong 1'5. Boo

Lehce UN, HI Ilanghong 1. & Bre

U. 8, Sheage U. 8 & Canton 3.4

Yol Pellam

{{ Cope. Pitagueuld

¥24blend

IN T

9 McClaney

Kelly

alle, ship

AMAT Abbotsford, barque Adelakla, barne Lane, Bel Eles Ann, baique

Blow, barque

Byre, barque

Bwatow

Amato, ship

East Coas

Indo, schooner

Watelle, schooper

Island Queen, sebronas

Autry pa. 1:lpaner

Zephyr, schooRN

Diy1

Winchester

|AMERICAN. Leaington Macedonia Miipp Pambatian Plymwach

| Slangher. AN Lunch U,~, Ban Manghong|U. a. 9(+ Lochos . . 21

40le

Gla

Much

Pope

Aurore, brig

Gred

*api. De Vie

Hevesly, ship

Fr. Sur.

Da Plas

Confucius, Mesmer

(onincías, sulp

Hanghong c

Hing, skip

4 Qarada

--

Houthompsonhong 1,4,8 Supply Vanda Human

Pesach. Culbert

-hanghan Fr. Kar

Fr. Va

Con matine

N?m 1

La Cama

Branion.

7

The Tinto" and Sea Queen" are loading Jorge Jasa here for Canton, and the "Emily" at Liverpool for Shanghae. The "Topan" sciled from Shields

Palle with Coals for Hongkong 29th ultimo, also with L'osle the "Louisa Jacoba. Juhanos"-" Kuazima" and "Gierandan Jacobus".

The marine disasters reported et Lloyda have The underwriting been of fally average amount. business this year hos of avarse been very extensive We have had very wet weather generally, and not favourable for getting the seed in fur next year's harvest. The cholera has considerably abcted, The stention to sanatory reforme is Qu being aided consulerably by ita luring the special case of Lord Palmerston the 11ome Secretary.

A company is just announced with respetablo aupport, for the cutting new Dank un the South side of the Thames near the city-to be called Wellington Dock.

Bth-To days cabinet council of Ministers has been held. in assansol some attention would be given to the beads of ministerial pulley in ton en u ing Parlamentary session,

Vouch

Atiatives Beatrix Catherme Dumfries Geelong Elero

Shanghar me Fg54 Capt. Unkesby

Cela ose der Normal

VESSELS EXPECTED. FROM NOLAND,

Jacoba Cornelia Lockett

Mary Heligondas

Mary Shepherd Nova Zembla

Oud Nederland

Makers

From

Felsen Lon. Sept 26

Last Sept 29-

Lie. Sept 19

Howere Lo 16 1 Finlay Liv. Dal 01 adwick Hart Aug 6H Valentine L Aug 16 S. Visser Jart. ApN. Hapson iLon. Dci 20's. Jansen

j'art. Sepi Is It.

Keepen

lart, Sept 18: 11.

Hart Uct 17 -

Paul Jubano

Pelieso

-

Brostend Tupas

Devin

-

Bell

Langhy

The continental news to day is of the same character as of late-nccounts of hostilities with | Willian Veile dostful is-The Cat immovably dim. The Wybalay Suhan willing to frent fur terme unable to his own rename fom powers making further effort

to bring about an arrangement and way hostile

proceedings, 1118 asid ?mar Pacho has teenved orches to pause before aurcacing luriber.

The Afghans are and to have requested L'eroia tourist Turkey and threaten on ceful to march on to omada.

3. The Overland Mail with advicra from you, quarter to 27th Septembar, in jam telegraplied maritred 1 Stirrte this morning, and announces the accupation of Shanghae by the Insurgent forcet and rabble

"Chrysotito" and "Cairngorm" not yet reported.

Idund. Aug 18; 11.

Lon. Oct 4 10. del2 Oct 29 11

Liv. Jung 4) 11. Liv. Oct 16 H.

Onder in which the above l'eanctataft England

Wm. Fri, 1nchett, Jarsha Chemba. Puhom, Mary Molligenda.

Nato Sembla (Pad Nederland, Panties, Catherine, keserin mena land Brew, Bitching, Wymay, Tua 39

) Jakova, Mary Suphant.

EXPECTED FROM SINGAPORE.

Ymula

Elintang Anam

Mary Spencer

Fab-cbow-f

Mosque, sladyr

Vanesaver, ship

Ghogha

Claughton

TOO Pryce

-pad.| 235)Valsalla

**

Haraseld

214 D'BUva

Itongkang

23 Shangha

het longkang

Dre Shangha Sept 151' back

Nov 23 do

242 Vanderhovedet longkong

300 McLese

370 King

Vat

109, Lawla

Brit 34) Vincent

**

Own 13% Const

Sept 15 Hat Linch

||Noe ) (Hongkong

Det Shanghag Now d

Not-Amoy

Nav Was Pasts and cellen.barg jac -- aptalo

Oc A. and a liverpool

9/0

and coalit

aw.clim

Nov Jardins, ?l and ca

ye Murano

De call and co.

Sept 13 Order

Ner - Talt and co

--you, fluir and co. Nov

. Me and co. Sept 2, Hair and ca. Doc-syme, Mule and Sepand c

28 Mair and co 11, Aful and o

Nov 13 Tak and so.

|-

Loulen

Nov-Tait and co

Shangla

Not

J3, Jodd

Mbanghe

Captain

Libben

tloughong

Cher

cardio, M. and co

*

101 doctrine

do.

Jan

Dant and co

17 Nyr

Vec-

do

Dre

Jardin, and co

4

Matrice

de.

Hent and es

So Thob

430 Cam

et-Hongle compt Nov-hang

Apan. (25 VE?Lat

Sept Mana

674-ka

Hasie

150 U

Byle

St l'erica

42 Nob

Benjamu Haspe barque Brittnckbone 31

Joseph Fletcher, shHE

Unda, slip

Alesbike, barque Hayal Kazen, barger Kam Hemito. Ind Bec, schmer

Star of the East Jip Time, scler

Bailed

Arabla, bar Nemesla, barq Audax, schoner tanut, schoon Luma chooner

Symbriyantias

isilan, brig 1.4ampagate, Bare

Yes, ship

Chakwal p

Walter, bir

Sa Ling barque Lee, barunt

For London. Free Tender, 1. Androcklon, W. British Ter, W. ('Roma, W.

Walmer Castle, W. Jos pb Fletcher, Royal Saxon, 8.

Oriental, F.

For Liverpool. Tamerlane, 11.

Confusion, S.

+

AM

#der

Krum | 974) Purakjela

Bric $11) Jack

pen 12 Using

Dirt

Trinitobaction

Hell. 36 Garthe

Nov 2 Ningpo Dee zu Liverpool

Hongkong

|the 20

Hongkong Not Japan

Doa dang

pa

Deast Nige Sydney

Oct 18 Numell and es N?l and co.

sugitumell and co.

-Shaw, Ittend and to -A Hoard and co. Nov nese and co,

Pune Hies and co

Get In Jordlue, M. and co

31 unila

New York

Liverpool

--Lent, Heale and co. Lede

- lead and co

Nor . Nye and co.

-1.. Hmmon and co-

London

--

Angeli nod oo.

-W. Davidson.

??ا س?ا

NOT largreaves and co. Įtåverpool

-r. Lacy

Deo Le Jardine, M. and co. Shangliae

M.and changha

antipe, A. and co

Bed 23 Pardue, M.

Ang 93fffeschole

Hough ang

343 Hamilte

de

lover

do.

10.

it and co.

ве?ив

317 Dunman

co. W mong

L

Ja

"

De ad co

Ham 14 mar

Je.

a. Herd and co

1 may

Dn

73: lyn

da.

Ser

Hik

6 Flay

bumper

Nae. $10 well

hangao

1.

da

{rept Still and co

Amec Fletcher

(pac) (odabres

Lubeck and ca.

4fel to farding, Al, and co

Deo avail o

Now Humella co.

Deyme, Muir and ev

VESSELS UNDER DESPATCH.

For Bombay.

For New York.

Str. Pominger (1 lih inst.) Flying Dutchman, W.

Jamertjes Jeejrauboy, W. Gazette, W.

Fe Calcula

Triumph, W.

For Port Phillip. George Avery, II.

howtock, Tremelga, A

For Sydney. Cornwall, H. KHUL Bonila, Ed.

Mode

Sur of the East, 8.

Itukayn Fieber

|Sing. Nov 14} w Sing. Nov 75 1.

For Sinm.

Sen Horse, 11.

Solide, W.

La Londen, Liv. Liverpan), thie, Shhhhe, Mam, Kalegale Bak Bartdegunt, Patt. Putemoval,

Cal. Calcuits

Bow. Kothay, Mad, Madra, Pro Pening

F. Camangason, 43, Hongkong, AL Money Wh. Wiempo, he hey, 6. habighan

Fur Hamburg.

Neptune, W.

Highflyer, W. Baverly, B.

For Pangwa.

Sen Witch, FL.

For Peru. Isabel Quintana, W.

For Manila. Bella Vascongada, W. Aurom, 3.

Sap Hepino, S.

For Java.

Pir'den, W.

Fuk-chon-1~

ab chow

| |'nhochure In

bluche

For San Francis Isis, If

John N Goalor, fa.

Lorenz, H. l'otomac, It. Itobins, II. Veronica, H. Wilhelmsburg, (f. Rebekab, W.

For Singapore.

Lady Bailes, W.

For Shanghe.

Str. L. M. Wood (7th inst.)

Brenda, W.

Early Bird, W.

EDITED. PRINTED and Published, av Tun Propuseron, William Tarmant, Queen's Hood Wem, Victoria, 1861.

OF CHINA

AND HONGKONG GAZETTE.

PUBLISHED WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS AT NOON

VICTORIA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1170, 1854.

PRICE S pot sunum.

TERMS OF BUBSCRIPTION to the FRIEND OF CHINA AND HONGKONG GAZETTE, por Anauw, 10 Spanish Dollare, payable in advance.quieterty or otherwise, at optios, Hingle Numbers V5 cente TRIMB OF ADVERTISIN9).-'T'en lines amit under, 1 Hp: Dolle; udilitional, 10 cents ??line. Repositions one-third of the first regular insertion Ships, - Piret Insortium, & Sje 18oʻlenarulisempiens Insertions 45 zenze Advertisements to have writter, on the face of them, the number of tlines they are required to appear, odlier wiso they will be published until emunterundel. A reduction of twenty five per cent on mul charge Pull charge made for repetition of any Advertisement in the OrankAND İRSİN, made when quarterly, sezonilia are rendered for advertisements ordered to stand undisturbed for a period of thred months. Notices of Bria and Estaten will be inserted in both Oraneand and Samo weensy editions unless asdered to the contrary.

TRIESTE ROUTE.

THE AUSTRIAN LLOYD'S

STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S STEAMERS, rly regularly between Alexan

drs and Trieste cunresponding with the monthly

and bymonibly Indian Stramers,

The faces have been reduced and the following Tales kavo been fixed, vis

I Class £16, 2nd Claes £01, 3rd Class £7, including Table money and fees.

Arrangements liave been entered into between The Directors of the Peninsular and Oriental 8. N.

Company and the Directors of the Austrian Lloyd's S. N. Company, thm.-

1 PARKOK intending to proceed fron China in Trizst, as receive ticket from the Fruineular sod Oriental Company's Agents for Alexandria.

2nd, PARKO' Bandage can be shipped, from Alexandria by the Peninsular and Oriomni Company's Renmeia for Southampton ; the Freight bring Tre Ahillings Sterling par CwG

FOR PORT PHILLIP AND SYDNEY.

Mrs

THE A. I. Ponsguese barque TRE. MELGA, will have quick despatch for the above ports.

For FORT or Passive, apply to

MEYER, SCHAEFFER & Co. Hongkong-

or to ANGIER & ?LLANBON.

Canton. Hongkong, 21st November, 1859.

FOR BAN FRANCISCO.

AS THE A. I. Dritisk ship "ROPINA," 47. J MoWua Master, will have quica

despatch.

Fur Fariant or Passam apply to

MEYER, SCHAEFFER & Co. Boogkong, 24th November, 1853.

FOR BAN FRANCISCO. CCALL THE A. 1. Dutch ship" ISIS," Cap 1 tain A, F. Grasou, will be despatol. on or about the Isi January neat, for shove port. Fie FREIONT, apply to

ard, Receipts for Cameo and Srecen intended for Shipment to Trieste, will be granted by the||the Peninsular and Orional Company's Agents to Alexandria, instead of to Suen no formerly, bul ench I'nekage is to be provided with a white label, on which is distinctly marked in print.

MEYER. SCHAEFFER & Co. Hongkong, le December, 1853.

trade regularly betwom Flonghong sad Canton. In Transit for the AUSTRIAN LLOYD'S STUAMESTU New British Lorche VICTORIA," win

Cargo takon at modernto sasen. For further particulars apply 10,

WM. PUSTAU & Co. Agents at Hongkong and ( anton, longkong, In July, 1853.

NOTICE.

THE NETHERLAndo India Stuan THENTIC BANK

JAVA," having been engaged by the Java Government for the service of the bi-monthly Mail between Hatavin and Singapore, under contract for 12 months, will ply regularly during that period between Balamia and Singapors leaving the former port about the 10th or 11th of every momb, nod Singapore within 24 hours after the arrived there of the wil which leaves Southampton on the 4th of the preceding month. The rates of Paunge money ate as follows

CHIEF CABIN. From Singapore to Rhio

Do

to Minto - de. de. to Havin

8 28

20

Do. Retorn Tickets from Singapore to Batoria and

vice eran $3

SECOND CABIN. From Bingapore se Micro-

do. Do.

10 Bavia DECK PASSENOKKS. From Bigspore to Rhlo

26

48

Do, Do

do. do.

- 10 to Minto

20 to Bavia Children under 10 years of age half price

Do

11

3. of Free

THOMAS ROBERTS,

West Point, Flongkong,

13th December, 1863.

NOTICE,

HOLLOWAY'S PILLS

will in futuro be carried on under the style of staraOING CURE OF A CONFIRMED ASTHMA. THE Business beroufure conducted in my name

AFTER FIVE YEARS SUFFEDIKO.

|| 1. & J. BYRAMJEE COLAŬ wherein ing Brother Mr. Jamauser Buranjur Colam in mến mittad Porinez.

PESTONJEE BYRAMJEE CULAR. Gaston, 31st December, 1853.

NOTICE.

MR JAMES P. COOK is admitted in Pasiner

The with me from and after this data Business will be continued under ibe Nains and

Biyle of TROS. HUNT & Co.

THOMAS DUNT. JAMES P. COOK.

Whampos, 1st January, 1854.

THOS. DUNT & Co.

.. continues to keep. Large and Extensive Assortment of 813İP CH?NDLERY, @ the very Lowes I'sıom.

Wheinpoa, fet January, 1954,

NOTICE

MR BRODERSEN adm Hongkong-

Parter in our Firm both at Casian sal

FOR SALE. TWO HOUSES as the South side of Gough Street, each baring Garden, Stables, Gosch-Houses, & Ground-reit

J. F. EDUEN. Hongkong, 2nd January, 1864.

TO LET.

Eucalac

Bide of Gogh Street, and another on F TWO COMMODO HOUSES as the South the North Made of the muse Street, each with Bul | Jes, Out-houses, Garden, &c. Apply to,

J. F. EDGEL Victoria. 3rd March, 1851,

TO LET. THE HOUBE in Stanley Street adjoin ing the one now occupied by Mr Co- NRLATE. For particulars apply 10

N. DUUS & C.. Hongkong, 21st October, 1852.

TO LET.

ing & Hitting Rooms and 2 Bed Rooma,

China, Ist July, 1957,

W". PUSTAU & Co.

THE 1256 FRANKFORT state lotTERY, Gisarmuted by the Govorament of the fros City of Frankfort-on-the- Main. On the 29.b March the drawing commences. and will be continued daily until the 22nd of April, 1884.

The following large Prix will to galond:-

| Premium of Florina 100 000= £8,150 100,000: 8,950 4,170

| Pow

1 Do

n

80,00

I Dieu

20,00th

1670

Dista

1

15,40

1,250

12,000-

21,000

2 Dian 5,000 Fl.-

10 000-

830

Do of 4.000

- 10,000-

NEM? of 2,091)

1,310 1.040

100 Du. of 1,000

-100,

6,340

101 D.no of 300

.. 30,000- 2500

6,780 in of 100

10 Pina

6.000 Shares.

??16,000)

??78,000- 48,200

7,710

650

Fle. 1964,70 £8,000)

The fukau ing testimonial has been sent to Proftione Bulleways by a Gentleman named Middleton, af Bestland Hond, Liverpost. sir.-Your Pills have been the mess, under Proti. Jetter, of restoring min to sound hostili, after ?ve years. of severe affliction. During the whole of that period, Indeed the most mindful attechs of kathms, from quently of several weeks' duration, stimdel with a Violent eng and e"nnoval spleting ať plilegis, laser- mixed with 1 ned. 'Ikla on shook my opinization that [k was unlitt 1 for any of the active duties of lie. § (way attender by some of the most culong medias) | mens of thla tomú, but they failed to gframe the slight- Best rellef en fast remade 1 tried your Pille, and in shot three months they esseen, ? " perfont aura of the

· disease, totally eradicated the couple, and emtored tone and vigour + the obest and dipretive organs.

I aim, bir, your obedlijt Pervant. Usted Jan. lat, 1868, (Signed) 16. SIDDLETON-

12 Florins equal to One Pound Sterling. The last drawn of the first 12 Prizes will receive the Premium of 100,000 de covarquenily and shart may gain about £10,700.

The above State Lottery, established in 1789,

like Continental distribution. There are 18,400 being £7, the Sterling The drowing will take in the presence of the pallic, at the Laterry Hall, Frankfort, under the immediate control of a select commitee appointed by the High Senate.

A PERMANENT CURE OF A DIBRARED LIVER OF MANY SKARA' DURATION, Copy of a 1.klar fram Mc. Gambo, Chomi-1, Teová.

Dear Sir,--in tila d?strict your Pilla command a mare extensja mie than any other proprietary made- cine before ile public. Ana preot of their o@racy lu Låver mod H Couspisinta 1 way mensdọn ch�?fal- lowing care. ? lady of this town with whom I am personally arjuninted, for years was a severa sullover from disease of the Liver and digestive organa; her medical utten lant suured her that be replů do sulblog to relieve herflerlugs, and fe was not 1fkoly she could survive many monilis. Thie saouocustní naturally caused great klarm among her friends and triations and they induced her to make a trial of your Pilla? phoch so improved her general koolch that she was induced to continue thans "unif she received a perfec) eure 'This is twelve months ago, and she has wo? axperienced any impetus of relapan, and with declares that your Pola have been the moons of sering her tide.

1 remain, Dear sir, ponis scaly,

(Signed)^2, GAMIN.

Nov. 33rd, 1932.

AN ASTONISHING CURE OF CHRONIC RHEU

MATION, AFTER BEING DIBOBABOLD FROM THE HOSPITAL INCURABLE,

Capy at a later Iron Mr. W. Moon, of the Square, Winchester.

To l'aorta HOLLOWAY,

kit,-) beg to inform you that for porn 1 was a myf- ferer from Cheorie Rheumatism, and wma nões laid up int weeks togi thur by lu orvers and pamfal attacks. itled arcty th ng khác n?o ?ang tạo nên tended by one of the mon aminami Burgeone in this town; but ulitaloed no relief whatever, and fearing that my health would be entirely broke up. I was kn Juced to go into pur County Hospital, where I had the best medical treatment the Institution afforded, all of which proved lof no avall, and I came out na butlar than I went i I then advised to try your Pilla, and by persevering with them was perfectly marad, and

with outhouses afincliad, and large accommodation | Tickets and 6,000 Prizes, the mulled prenabled to rea (ne my accupation, and although a comi

For further information apply to Mesare MacLain for servante on the ground Boor. Apply to, WATSON Co. Director, Batavia,-or to Meses Mattathe Frauen & Có Singapors,

Batavia, 26th April, 1853.

NOTICE.

TURNER & Co.

Hongkong, 12th July, 1853- TO LET.

each foreign shareholder

In the Lonery very numbur in desun, whether Nand Aer Monday the 22nd E well known Mimico Promises (for Mission | blank ar prize, and its fato dutinatly marked in the parpoons only) of Rev. J. Rounts in officiel list, a copy of which will be forwarded to Canton. The place in healtby, comfortable, will known by the Natives as a preaching place, and desirable as a Mission station. Let any wishing to real call and examine the place, and apply to Mesare Rosen & Co. for the tormi,

instant, until further notice, the HONGKONG and Cantun STEAM COMPANy's Steamers will ply regularly between HOKOTOND, CANton and Madad, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday (unless previous notice of deviation be given) as follows:--

The Boat leaving Hoxonovo on Monday and CANTON on Friday, will call nt Macao, starting at TA.. The hour of departure m other times will be 8 A. M. and the boss will proceed direct bo, wann Hosonowo and CARTON. When inducemeal flera the Boats will call at Curinamoon but previous notice of auch deviation will be given when prac. cleable.

The fares will be as hevetofurs

In Clan Pamuxoris betwron Hongkong, &

Canion and Muces & Canton $8. Between Hongkong and Moro - 65. 81 Dick Pamengers, European -

$1.00, Malaya, &c. -

$1. Chincur, -- Parengres desirous of proceeding to Macao for a short period may obtain return 'l'ickets, available for the Grat or accom Sommer after their atsival, at the reduced rates of between (longkong and Alucao, and $12 between Canton and Maexo.

Every first clam Pamunger will be allowed one

servant free of charge.

The vesela will convey Fraight on the terma of their published scale; on which, however, anme reduction will be made for large quantities, by specia) agreement.

All Paymen whether for Freight of langs to be made in Spanish Dollars.

LYALL STILL & Co. Agents !! &C. &. P. Co.

flongkong, 18th Augum, 1863.

WANTED TO CHARTER CHIPS of from 600 Tous and upwarde

Canton, Ist January, 1884.

NOTICE is hereby given, that the Copartnership

keretofore subtiming between Youtoa Jonas Monnow and Janze Stupunnen, under the Biyle or Firm of MURROW, BTEPHENSON & Ca. kua been this day dissolved. The undersigned, assuming the tertionsibilities of the said Firm, will in future conduct the business on his own account and in his own coine.

Y. J. MURROW. Ilengkong, 2nd Jaounty, 1864.

NOTICE.

THE interest and resposability of Mr A. L AGARKO, J. our Firm ceased from this date, and war Busince will be conducted under the Syla of L. AGABES & Co., which Mr Masonus Auazzo is wüthorized to siga.

A. & G. L AGABEG. Canton, Ist January, 1864.

NOTICE

THE interest and responsibility of Ma OLIVER EVERETT HOLERTS in our Firm nt Can-

WETMORE & Co. tam and Shanghas ceased on the 20th June lost.

Capton. $1 December, 1883.

NOTICE.

THE interest and responsibility of Me Jamourzan EPULJER in our firm at Canton, ceased on the 31 #ecember 1863,

NKEBERWANJEE AHDARELE BJANJAH & Co.

Cuaton, 4th January, 1954. WITH reference to the above notification I beg to intimate that, from this day, 1 bure asta-

for conveyance of Chinese Emigrantsblished myself as a ComIGION AGENT and Man-

to Bavana. Apply to

LYALL, STILL & Co.

Hongkong, 14th November, 1853.

CHANT

this place.

NESSER WANIPE ARDABEER BIJANJAH. Canton, 4th January, 1951.

PRICE OF BHARES. One Whole Share - Doe Half-State

-

Cla

£ 5. £ 2.100.

The following advantages are given by taking ??

Day Quarter-Share

or of Shares:-

6 Shores, or

10 Half ditto, or

£ 46

20 Quarter diue

to Shares, or

20 Half dino, or

40 Quarter dino

20 Sheran, or

40 af dito, or

Quarter Bharca -

}

}

£ 90

£ 150

Bhures and prospectuses and in be bad of the undergned, who are now sp cially appointed for the sale of sharse for home and foreign countries, and have given security swfli bent to fulfil every engagement towards the abateholders,

Tho Peizen will be paid in the East Indies and Chua through an Established Buck.

J. A. SCHWARZICIUILD & SONS

Bankers and Appointed tiovernment

Lotery Contractors, Frankfort on the Alain.

Apply, without delay, to Meenen J. A. Serwarn SCHILD & Sons, Bankers, Prankfort on the Maine ; of thinen who preter it, may direct those lettera and remitances to Monero A. SchwaNZSCHILD & Co. 26, Lombard et, London

derable period line elapsed, I bare felt no saturn whate

ever of the complaina

Eum, Bie, your obediena Bervant.

W. MOON. Oct. Bili, 152 {Agned}

AN EXTR.ORDINARY CURE OF DROPSY, AFTER SUFERING FOR EIGHTEEN MUNTHA Copy of a Letter from Mr G. Briggs, Chemist, Ganda,

|| Erbeuary 15th, "{885.

To Panrem HOLLOWAY,

Sir- av much plessure in informing you of s mosi surprising Pure of Dropsy seet.lly efflated by your 14luable medica. Corin A, c nh ph was ficted

Dro for upwards of eighteen months, to sue extent that cated his body and | kraba to be a ich swollen, apd water posed an li were From his, that a daily change of apparel became preciary, uols olestanding the various remedian tried, ` and the differe trilical iden consulted, all waif no prail, unit be zonewond malag, your l'illa, by which, and a strict at suon to the printed directions, be wa efectually cures, and his health perfectly re- mtablished. if you deems this worthy of publicity you are at liberty

1 am, Bir, pour respectfully,

45. Haluck. (Signed) These broded Pošto nes wonderfully "frescort in the

following complainta

'male Irregala-Reichiion of Unge

-In, or King's

to use it.

Ape

Anima

Hare Theobi

Stoma and Gravel

Complains. "Governuf all kid but Watches on the Akay. For Bowel Comptam a Costipation of sla 'Unschges

Habes

Bowel

Comp

Deby

Dropsy

Dysentery

Expripel

Illeadache

pollaat

Hecondary Symplantes

The Dusk

4

tant Complaints Vinereal Affections

11 caurumu un leht "

Lambago

bruman

"Poka

ne of all kinda

Horne

ever car, c. &c.

Sold by all. Druggine, and st Professor Holloway a establishment, 244, Strand, Loudon.

By Mc. JM Da SILVA, and by

HINNAM, thair Stores,

also by WONG ACHEW-Hongkong

Sr. J. M. DA FONCECA,-Nocau and Metorn ACOW & Co.-Canka

FRANKFORT STATE LOTTERY, With reference to the terms of the above ad- vertisment, intending purobanets are informed chat remiliance of monies for purchson of A. J. Botanasonild & Co's Suakes, may through Mr F. Augar, Colonial Ageni, 11, Clr | each pot of Box meni's Lane, Lombard Street, Loudon, who will

mado | At_la, l?d -20 Sd.-41, 60.- 1hr,-22, & 336.

in rucb cases protool the interests of Colonial Shareholders,

Loodan, Uctober, lat, 1853.

Bl'here is a considerabĵo saving by taking the large sızan.

NB-Directions for the guidance of patients to every disorder ste o?zed to each Pot.

th the exports to Australia mod the shopyogeen afval, wiarye a marked dertes

1 ne feres Schermined after a 64 daye junge, and trading wearels-bouging a modetale sumant of gold, jósong of orders, but discouraging new2. The meichawis here are mostly disposest to mia a hate mare læfire fooler operations. The

Jan.

THE FRIEND OF CHINA AND HONGKONG GAZETTE

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

ARRIVALS.

?Т ?олоколо,

4. Didney Lan, Matin, frein Honaluto, Dec.

4, But. Potanger, Sterd, from Bombay 2nd Dec.

talle 13th do, Peaing tin do, and tim gapore 23rd d

cofresate blad Coatest Victoria nelja,

victory in taking a spleulil ran out in 123 slaps

la buenac?t generally there has beeix mole ball, ` Jan.

the manufacturers have been of course probicing

les, and the state of the money market kas setel

Arms, Locke, from Whumpaa.

AT WHATTUA.

1, Deut eklamit (Urent), Laind, froin Hongkong.

Ymarks

Ai Menghena

(e. barqu

Cornwall, abl

Denning, arque

Jenner, ship thos Amigos, schooner

A Juha Hckenen, Javingson, from Houghong...

Jice.

AT SHANGTIAE

in a patrctive duction in many la inches of bant, Eradar), Lambert, froin Calcuna pros-The trade of the year however hat beca

y ligo-There is no distrust, and shibought | money in worth more than for rome time previous, there is nothing like pressure or stain. The Bank hare had a moderate flow inwards, and are liberal in drancia. The decount houses grost Jong dated paper. The back rate of disconst in 42 per cent; outside 5 to 6 per eval. Consils have maintained and advanced in price, chufly as the effect of large speculations for the fall in which funny now had themarlves but sakwardly placed -The price is now 0%; The high price of com in a matter of messeus consideration ; Brend in the metropolia has reached 100 die quarters -The niket kas probably inched is bighost, and stevidy in declining Large supplies may be expected fram the lack Ben, where about 2,000, remèls are now

20, Nymph, Wilson, from Hongkong. 201, Confurus, Pentice, from Liverpool, 120, Joseph Fletcher, Poster, from Auckland. | 30, Rogal Sorm, Jackson, ham Sydney.

attired of bound oor to load wheat Freigh's have ruled exconvely high-Ulice has been gradually adruncing, but is now quieter-Bengal is quoted 14,6 to Acacia 12,6 19,9 Cor tou kan ruled dull owing chiefly to the induced consumption resulting froin the strikes, but during the last day or two more krmness is exhibited... The colonial produce markets have beco quiet and prices diooplig.

The silk market is steady and prices continuo about the same an indicated at our October silen

The deliveries in Ocimber were larga, although not equal to those of September. In the 10 months ending 31st October, there is an increase in the deltenes of 7,149 bales, and in the Lotportationg of 3,312 baleo over the same period. 1232; and the stuck sa 31st ultimo was only 183 balne more chan in 1832. The quantity to arrive, as adried by the last Moth in nearly 17,000 bates, including abut 4000 which were to leave immediately ater 29th August. The ju?censing preference giren ko China Silk over other Alda must, so long as the Trade maintain a healthy position, protres prices from any lecial dreline,

The Ten market has been vets animated and the consumptive deinand has, coupled with the confidence of importance, induced an improvement in good Congons of about td per lb (having touch- ed (a la) and a slight advance in several other descriptions. The stock in U. R 3hi olino. war 54,615,000 in agonet 45,837,000 lbs. 31 Desober 1853.

Amount of balla diawn by the Company on their respectives Presidencies from the 2 clober to

the 7th November.

Bengal.

Madras-

- 242,510 12 01 | Exchange,

Bombay---

16,584 IN 13 at 25 fil

206, 151 01

21, Benjamin Fir-pe, Hutchinson, Melbourne. 22, Oncia (Ain), Creery, from Hồngleơng- 22, Buc. Z. M. I'wl, Jamieson, from 1lingkunE. 22 Star of the East, Robertson, from Sydney. 26, Sper, Maynsis, from Ningpo.

PAMKNUCK

Per Str. Polfinger,-Mersts Faire, Clarke, a Meunan, Langley, Bowan, Green, Mier and 11 Chinese.

Jan.

DEPARTURES.

FROM HONGKONG.

5 Lady Raffer, Marienburg, Whampor. b. Armais, Icke, London

Entrepolze, shijs

Fare barque Fire Trader, hip

ر?ش Cigar the

Juhu Bagdal", ship

Jak N. timler, slige

NUIPPING IN CHINA.

MERCHANT VESSELS.

135 Thomjin?m

134 Tom Chase

felt.ampbell

thec kim

Consigaren

Dent and co inly if.. Wle sad co.

L.

Dec 11. Aath and co

Det yt. Beleeffer and a Port Phill Deeyall, Hull

Nov 27 San Francischer Schaeffer and con Fra Jan Liverpool Ana Luchon aude,

Hec a Francisco Net 16,11's tossed and ca

TIIE

FRIEND

AND HONGKONG GAZETTE.

OF CHINA

PUBLISHED WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS AT NOON

VICTORIA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY Hru, 1851.

PRICE $ per ?�tunum.

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION to the PRIEND OF CHINA AND HONGKONG GAZETTE, per Annum, 10 Spanish Dollars, payable in advance,quarterly or otherwise, at option. Single Numbers 23 cente TERMS OF ADVERTISING.-Ten Ilões amil umiler, 3 Rp: Dolle ; adilitious), 19 crute ??line. Repetitions one-third of the first regular insertion ships, -Pint Insertion, ??Np DuTrai subsequent insertions 43 count Advertisements to have written, on the face of them, the number of times they are required to appear, otherwise they will be published until countermandel. A reduction st twenty five per cent on usual eberge Vail charge made for repetition of say Advertisment in the drankAND HOME, made when quarterly accounts are rendered for advertisements ordered to stand umilisturbed for a period of three month Notices of Being and Estates will be Juserted in both Oranges and Bass worster editions moles ordered to the contrary,

Munters

Fram

Data

Hole Port

Aanval

Dat.

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VOL. X11. No. 3.

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FROM MACAO.

25, Pogurte de Pangin (Post), Filhn, Singapore. 19, Belinna (Pont), D'Atwell, Singapore, Jan 2, Tranfu (Pani), itemodis, G. L. Dec.

PROS WHAMPOA.

27, Robert (Aur, Camell, Singapore, Jan. 4, Syed Khan, Young, Sogspore,

William & Mary, Iteed, Sydney. "5, June Ewing, Dalla, Mands. Dec.

FROM OLANDHAR,

21, Russian War Str. Vostues, Commander Kor

sakoff, for a cruizs

25, Nymph, Wilson, Hongkong.

47, Pudsey Dawson, Davier, Dindon.

29, Channing (Am), Juhimono, New York

26) Sumo Squulf (Xin), Butaley, Landon

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Nov

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luse will retailer and Faci

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July Amilion and ca.Biam

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37 Silva

543 Ulger

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Cantu, steamES Canote, kauno Daniel Hour banque Deutschland ship

Early Bird, halque Myla Dulciau, ship

29, Fr. Str. Le Cassini, Comutander F. du Plas, elle, whip

Ningpo.

10, Herri ia (Am), Halle), Boston.

AnsivaLD IN Esuland.

Oct 14th, Countess of Winton, 27th Willium Connel, 28th Dọn Ricardo, 30h Sea Queen, Nor,

at Stornoway, 2nd Merion Melatyrr, 3rd Flying

Childers.

DEPARTURES SOR CHINA.

Oel, 29th Topaz, Louisa Jacoba Jhansa, Kla ins, od Lieradis Jacobe

SILIE'S OF WAR IN CHINA.

Whamopa [Store M2)-|

Var lowes

AL

1,450 8 9

$126. id

per Co.'s Rupee

BMIT CO.

Allig

Batt Cm

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Minda

Mader

Balder

The Ripon took out $10,300 gold an £125,717 silver for Dengkong, and 41:25,879 al

**z lat Camino-braiden sbuut £160,000 for Indan. | lady

The greater port of silver lately arrived ling been taken for Inŭis and China, and the price in

5a 28 i per uz for bar silver, Sa tol per va Mox- Span ican dolla

Tosnige alibough not pleatifal is not cornmamı)-

ing such high roles as of late. The partial sur-

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- Me and co

fee taalt and ca.

|Sept 2343rdor

Nov-Fait and co

-- you, fair and ca. Now, wrandes. Sept 24-me, Muir and Le. DocSys, Muir and co Sepal and ca

ret ma Muir and ca. ye, Mair and on. Nov 11 Fall and on.

Order

Het

Jardins,

and co.

kang har

A tegid and co

New York

1

bor. W. Habbelt

New York

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Aug 19, H Elo

Dee der

Det Order

Dec

|Siam. 1990|Maria

|--Order

Beil

Thou

Dut

131 Perry

Det | Amoy

Get 1 F. Edger

Profes, barque

Nebekah, baros

Am

256 Townsend

on Francisco

Sir Charles Forbes, sir. H

1611.

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Ham Am

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16 Catepila

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Au Belt

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to do.

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Itec Sydney

Bri. Nakoda

185 Mason

FAME PIN

Elza Anu, barque

Helt.

Dis Elvin

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Falhalla, Lurque..

215

Fortuna, bri

214 D'alla

Homer, ship

11

Independence, big

+

147 Bath

Kluy, bl

*

200, MaLeas

191

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to Wo

stem, barque

1175t

Winchestar

Ner in de.

AMERICAN

Macedonian Mini Powbalcon Plymouth aren

Hongkong L.M. Bor Leghe U. XI

·loughang U. S Bir U. 2. Har Shanghe U. SHKelly

Glo

Amame, ship

Not-Amay

Nor-Tait and co

Shangh

22 Abbot

pide, scheener

Brit

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-Captain

9 NeClassy

Faylor

Ostelle, schooWer

110 Hagbla

-HongLong

Oet

Jardins, M. ad co

Jaland (eep, schooner

17

190 Hecialone

do.

Jan

Dent audeo

171 Kyrie

Dec-

do

Dea 10, Jardine, H. and co

| Shangher 1. 8 Southampton Hongkong 11,5, Bas Hupply

Leche, Br Mashanes longhong:U. .4 Vandalia

Lanchen U. B. SI

20 Water

4

19 Corrice

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Hochen.

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A

seo Thy

Det - Hongkang

Vancouver. ip

18 Lan

Nov-

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"

Shaughne

FEN

Aurora, beig

Constantine

La Croisi SPANI

14

-hanghan Fr. Kar

Nhận

Fr. Yet Ft. 34.

Grandoon

Capt. De Vajno

Span

127 VI4

Sept

[Haukia

Manil

Henjamin Heaps barque Heil

261|11

Dec 21

Beverly, skip

An

476??h

-

toofnelua, steamer

New York

150 Urban

Ner 2 Ningpa

Ianfinclus, ship

Mell

$'amic

Jorge Ja

Honghang'n e H.MI

4Qada

Hags, ship

42ob

Liverpool

Joseph Fiches, ally

6711Fener

code

RAY Pala Yestock

--

trade, ship

Am

40 res

Nor

New Japan

-A. Flourd and co

itayel Sason, barque

San Benito, bla

Dec 24,dney

-B., Hawson ami eo.

Loquen

Ang -- Hamill and ce

Manila

Shape

Deo 96 Niurpe Nydway An 831focal

Arabia, banpes

Dr. Garthow

Nemes, baryad Anda. Broomet Fan, choLCY

23 Fill

Hongkong

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211 Dewman

de

Inno

19

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de.

1. Hodal co.

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14 hampe

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sept 'rait and c

pension of the colonial exports naturally moder. Leunion aw the demand, Freights here to Astralis GOs to

El Canton 50 to 70-Tinto" takes 300 cann palent Fael,

The "William Connal" arrived baro ?c, 20th. The Don Nieur-o" arrived at Falmouth Oce ber 28ılı-"Be" (kueen" in London and "Flying Chillers" at threenstown 30th,-"Marion B?1?n tyre" at Liverpool (af or putting into Croatebaven) Set instant-Etorowway 3let alto,

The "Challenge" put into Fayal 20th October very leaky, passengers having all hada rors at the pumpa, and not likely to ħare kept afloat many bunca longer.

The Tinto" and "Sen Queen" are loading here for Canton, and the "Remily" at Liverpool for Bbanghee. The "Topax" waited from Shields with Ceel for Hongkong 2:9th ultimo, also with Combs The Louisa Jacoba Juhanas"-" Kozema** and "Cietordas Jacobus".

The markline disasters reported at Lloyds have brea of fully average amount. The underwriting bonimem this year has of cuttrad loan very extensive We have had very wet weather groerally, and not favourable for getting the seed in for sext year's horrent. The cholera has considerably bud. The stiction to montory reforms in now being aided considerably by na having the special care of Lord Palmerston the floma Seermary.

A company is just annuancel with respe ?table support, for the cutting now. Dick on the South nide of the Thainee near the city-to be called W.llington Dock.

--

8th-To day cabinet comocil of Ministore has been held. It is armanied some attestion would be

given to the heads of ministerial policy in the v�?u ing Parlamentary action,

The continental uewe to day is of the same character as of lete-accounts of hostibties with doubiful in-us-The Czar immovably fion. The Bulan withug to treat for terme suitable to his own view the four powers making further efforts to bring about an arrangement and may hostile proceedings. It is aid Omer Pacha bas rocnred ordre tu pano bol?re advancing tuftber.

Tho Alguns are mid to have requested Persia to in Turkey and threaten on refusal to march on to Hamad..

3PN.

The Overland Mail with advices from you, quarter to 27th Septembar, in just talegreplied

arrived at Piterte this morslag, and announce the occupation of Shanghed by the lanurgent forces and tabble.

"Chrysolite" and "Chicag?rm" not yet reported.

Colbert

Tra

Avistika Beatriz

Shangher Rus Fgt 51 Capt. Vakan?ky

Koreak

VESSELS EXPECTED. FROM NOLAND,

Cathering Dumfries Grelvag Helo Jacobe Cornelia Lockc

Masters

Prote

Feldkusen Lon. Sept 26

Hort Cit

-

Hast. Sept 29-

Liv. Sept 1 S. Lon De 3.

Lav, Det 712 Hast Aug 6 EL

Mary Helligonda

Blowers Pinlay [Ludwick Valentine Viner

Liv Aug 16 S.

Edart. Sept.

Mary Shepherd

Hapion

Loa. Oct 90's

Nova Zembla

laben

Hart Bept is 11,

Keepen

Jure Beps 19 H.

Telust Dei 17, -

Sund, Aug It,

Devia

Oud Nederland

Paul Johann

L'elican

Scotland

Tupor

William Peile Wynty

Bell

Langtry

kuna. Del 4! 01.

let Oct 1 Liv. Jans 12. Liv, Oct 1611.

Order in which the above Vorociniaft England Ka. Pra, Inst Mat Kembla ad Crumbs, Peligna, Mary Heliambule,

thad Medrstand, Dumbien, 4scher,

Fund com, derung, Wyamay, Paul Jakina, Mary Shepherd.

EXPECTED FROM SINGAPORE

Bintang Anem

Mary Spencer

Fin

ukyn Slag. Nov 14 W Fiber Sing. Nar JH H. LL, Lat. Liverpool, ble. Velde, Made. O ARREALE 11909 Dartet,

der, Hart Harsleponi, Part Rate

1'. Calculs R. Bomber, Mak, Whim, yen renung 12 Cuatropation, 1. Hanghang, M. Micro, Wh. Whengen, de

Mapa bany

Zephyr achones

ا????ادة

|

Dee to Liverpool

Hongkong

3 Phonghong

Ich 28] Nussell and co

Kell and ed.

Ang Hussell und co

-haw, land and ce -A. Iran and co. Ney 18 Knoll and co. he Ski and co.

Det nordlue. M. and co

-Dent, Heale sad ce

Hall, you co.

Alcalked, barqUE

Spes, schooner stat of the ant ship Time, scher

Ballet

Span, Dongwe Hept Mila Delt

tena chover

1. belgamine

L. 1ompagule, basque

4ntal, p

Muller, bayne

You Llong barque Lolo, actioner

For London

Free Trader, II.

Androcklon, W, British Tar, W, ('name, WV.

Walmer Caulo, W. Joo ph Flacher, S.

Royal Saxon, 8.

Oriental, F.

For Liverpool Tamerlane, t).

Confusion, S.

Het Gindlay

Am 100 Flatcher

Kwartin?

Pat DMT

[pa) too!Abeca

ree. Davida?n.

Nov 14 Hargreaves and co. Liverpool

- Lucy

Dec 16 Jardins, M. and en. Shangkas di, M. and ce Shaban

HODGES

Jardi, M. and o

and co

tie 22 tarde, M. and con

fet fordima, M. and conk-show-in

Natriumell and co.

live layme, Muir and co.

VESSELS UNDER DESPATCH.

For Bombay.

For Yew York.

chow.

I'nk-chaw be

Far San Francisco

Str. Poatinger (11th inst.) Flying Dutchman, W.is, I

Jamsetje Jeejectboy, W. Gamlin, W.

For Calcutta.

Triumplr, W.

For Port Phillip. Cleorge Avery, 11. Shamrock, D. Tremelgo, fl

For Sydney. Cornwall, H. Kat Bonde, H.

For Sirm.

Star of the East, 8.

Solide, W.

Яen forse, 12. Neptune, W.

For Hamburg.

Highflyer, W. Hererly, 8,

For Panama, Sea Witch, H.

For Peru. Isabel Quintana, W.

For Manila. Bell Vascongedo, W. Aurora, S.

San Benito, S.

For Jaed.

Piclades, W.

John N Gosalar, 11. Loreng, H. Polomac, J. Robina, 13. Veronica, IT. Wilhelmsborg, . Rebekah, W.

For Singapore Lady Raffles, W.

For Shangh

Str. L. M. Wood (4h inet.)

Brends, W.

| Early Bird, W.

Edited, Pistas and PeptioNER, BY TUR PROPANTON, Willian FarmaNT, Queen's Itond West, Victoria, 1896.

TRIESTE ROUTE.

THE AUSTRIAN LLOYDS STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S STEAMERS, ply regularly between Alexan

drs and Tricate correponding with the morally

and bymonthly Indian Strauters,

The fare line been reduced and the following rates have been fixed, vis

Ist Chup £16, 2nd Cloea £11, 3rd Class £7, including Table money and fees,

Arcangements have been entered into between the Directors of the Puminaoler and Oriental B. N.

Company and the Directors of the Austrian Lloyd's B. N. Company, that --

14 Patenkorns Intending to proceed from China la Trieste, can trelivo tickets from the Primular and Oriental Company's Agonis for Alesandria.

2nd, Pannon Baouaou can be shippo, from Alexandria by the Peninsuler and Oriental Company's Steamers for Sowkampilow; the Freight bring Ten Shillings Sterling par Cul

3rd, Receipts for CARRO and BPECI intended for Shipment 10 Triests, will be granted by the

Peninsular and Orissa) Company's Agents lo Almandria, Inalrad of in Furn ?s formerly, but each Package la to be provided with a white label, on which is distinctly marked in print.

FOR PORT PHILLIP AND BYDNEY,

THE A. 1. Portuguese barque "TRE

MELGA, will have quick dapuích for the abure ports.

For FLIGHT or Passága, apply to

MEYER, SCHAEFFER & Co. Hongkong.

or to ANGIER & ?LLANBON.

Canton.

Bangkong, 21st November, 1858.

FOR SAN FRANCISCO. THE A. 1. British ship "ROVINA," MoWa Master, will have quica despatch.

For Fuziour of Passion apply to

MEYER, SCHAEFFER! & Ca. Hongkong, 24th November, 1853.

FOR BAN FRANCISCO,

THE A. 1. Dutch ship 1819," Cup-

ACtain A. F. Gezusa, will be despatch-

ed on or about the lat January neat, for the abure puri. For Fartout, apply to

MEYER. SCHAEFFER & Co. Hongkong, Is December, 1853

· VICTORIA," will trade tegularly betwom Hongkong and Canton. "In Transit for the AUSTRIAN LLOTO'S STRANDSTRE New British Lorche

Cargo taken at moderate rates. For further particulars apply in,

THOMAS RODERTS.

Wx. PUSTAU & Co. Agents at Hongkong and (anton,

Hongkong, 1 July, 1858

NOTICE.

THE NETOESLando India Stran BOAT COMPANT' Stranen JAVA," having been engaged by the Java Government for the service of the bi-monthly Mail between Batavia and Singapore, under contract for 12 months, will p?y regularly during that period between Bateria and Singapore leaving the former post about the 10th or itch of every month, and Singapore within 24 howen der die arrival there of the Sisil which leavES Southampton on the 4th of the preceding month. The rates of Passage money are as follows:

CHIEF CABIN. From Singapore to Rhio

Do

Ja do.

to Minie - to Batavia

75

Return Tickets from Singapore to Batavia and

vice versa $130.

SECOND CABIN,

From Bugapore to Minto

26

Do.

do.

to Batayin - DECK PASSENGERS.

48

From Bugapore le Rhio

10

Do. do. Lo Minlo -

Do

Do

do.

20 to Batavia.

Children under 10 years afnge hall price

Free 3 of For further information apply to Bierara MacLain WATHON & Co. Director, Batam-or to Meta Blackatne Fraten & Co Singapore,

Balerin, 26th April, 1863,

West Point, Hongkong,

13th December, 1853.

FOR BALE. TWO HOUSE 9 on the South side of

· Stabko, Coach-klouses, &o. Ground-re modermu

J. F. EDGER. Hongkong, 2nd January, 1864.

TO LET.

WO COMMOPIOU OUSEB na the Bustli Bide of Gough Street, und another on the North Dads of the same. Strust, anch with Bob- Lee, Cut-homes, Garden, &c. Apply to,

J. F. ENGER. Victoria. 3rd March, 1869.

TO LET. THE HOUSE in Stanley Street adjoin- ing the one now occupied by Mr Co. MALATE. For particular apply to

N. DUUS & Co. Hongkong, 21st October, 1858.

TO LET. HOUSE io Carlton Terrass contains

Aing 2 Mining Hooms and 2 Hed Reone, with outhouses attached, and large accommodation for servanta on the ground floor. Apply 10,

TURNER & Co. Hongkong, 19th July, 1863-

TO LET.

NOTICE

THE Burines heretofore conducted in my name will in futuro be carried ou under the style of P. & J. BYRAMJEE COLAH wherein my Brother Mr. Jamander ?yranjor Curam in ad- milled Partner,

PESTONJEE DYRAWJEE GOLAH, Cinton, 31st December, 1851.

NOTICE.

YER JAMES ('. COOK in að sittod a Partner

Business will be continued under the Name and

THOMAS HUNT. JAMES P. COOK. Whampna, tot January, 1854.

MJAC in a a lar

Byle of THUS. HUNT & Co.

THOS HUNT & Co. 1.1. continue to keep a Large and Extensive

Wertment of SUP CHANDLERY, A

the very Lowest Prices.

Wlosinpoo, Int Jamunty, 1854.

NOTICE.

ER CHARLES BRODERSEN is admitted n

MR CHAR en both at Cantos and

Hongkong.

W. PUSTAU & Co.

Chinn, at July, 1958,

THE 125 FRANKFORT state LOTTERY, | Guarnatoed by the Government of the freu Cily of Frankfort-on-tho. Main.

Da dhe 29-h March the drawing commences. and will be continued deity until"ike 22nd of April, 1994.

"The fllowing forge Prin a will be gained:- | Premiom of Florine 100 000= £8,350 100,000 6,350 4,170

1 Pocas

**

Pitto

60,(NH)

Dito

10

20,000

1 Dio

15,0

Delo

(2,000-

I 470 1,200 1,00

2 Din of 6,000 F?.

1404

4 Bun of 4000

= 16,009-

shup of 200

16,000-

-100, JUD

1,310 1940 8.340

109 10.410 of 300 100

= 30,000

2,600

57,00

48,200

10 Praciamo

7,740

650

44

100 Dus of HOO

5,700 in of

6.000 Shares.

F. 1,064,720 £8,000 Hul

12 Florino equal to Owe Pound Sterling. The Inst drawn of the firm 12 Prizes will receive sha Premium of 100,000 da novaequently ont

share may gain about £16,700.

The above Brate Lottery, established in 1799, | offers iha bent, fairest, and salost javarment of any

like Continental dietribalen. There are 18,400 Tickets and 8,000 Primes, the smallest prizo being £7.1 Sterling The drawing will take place

HOLLOWAY'S PILLS

PURPRISING CURE OF A CONFIRMED ASTUMA.

AFTER FIVE YEAH GOFFERING, The folowing testimoniai kas keen sent to Praftame Buttoways by a Cieniloman named Middleton, hi Kotiand Road, Liverpool.

-Your Illi høre heen the meani, under Provis dence, of rentoring us to neural hostili, after dve years of were affliction. Horing the hule of the period. sued the meat leelful attacks of Asthma, fre- quenily of wveral weeke Juratlow, attended with a violent enug's, and continual anteiing of philogin Inter- mixed with'i aud. "This so shook my cuminicanon that I was unfl lor any of the active duties of life. I was atiendes by some of the most union? mallaal men of this Own, but they fuled sa gireme the slight- fat relief. last remedy I tried your Pills, and in shout three onthe they rem. ) a perfont euro of the diense, total), vredicated the cough, and restored tone and vigour to the sheet and digestiva organi.

Ja, har, your obelimi Harvaat. Dated Jon. Fat, 1863. (Signed) H. MIDDLETON-

A PERMANENT CURE OP & DIBGASED LIVER OF MANY YEARS' DIRATION, Copy of a Letter from Mr. Gamle, Chami-1, Feorli- to Prof Hallonarcy. Deer Fir.--in thla datelot you: Pilla command a more extensivo ale iluan any other proprietary mode- time before le public. As a proof of their ticary tu Jäver mud (loosa Couplainte. I may mensen the fol lowing esse. A lady of the town with whom I am personally arjuninted, for year; mas o devere sufferer from incase of the Låven and digestive organa; har medical atten lant asaural ber thai ha er uld do nothing to reflove lict sufferings, and it was not likely she could survive many months. This avouacement aplurally caused great-larm among her friends and relations and they indword her to make a trial of your Pills, phích so improved har general boulik chai she was induced te cutie them until she received ??perfos, cure This is twelve months ago, and man jauna

o nei szper lenord that your

|any symptoms of relapot, and old?budures Pls buve bec:, tha mans of saving her tie.

I remala, Dear bil, yours truly,

(Uigned) J. GAMID.

Nov. 33rd, 1847.

AN ASTONISHING CURE OF OMRONS: RHEU- MATISM, AFTKE BEING DIBOBAROLO VROM

THE HOSPITAL INCURABLE.

Copy of a Fatter Iron Mr. W. Moon, of the Square. Flacrofar,

To Pour HELLOWAY,

- big to leform you that for youre 7 was a maf- fever from 'ronic Rheumatism, and often laid up for weeks tog har by its movers and painful attacks. tried every thing that was raamesanded, and wại nữa tended by one of the most eminat Burgeons in thlo to; bat obtained no relief whatever, and fearing that my health would be entirely broken up. I was in duced to go into our County Hospital, where I bad tha best medical creatment the Tostication #@briled, all of which proved of no avall, and I came ont no better than I went i was then advised to try your Pillo, and by persering with them was parfsetfy iród, and enabled to rene my norepation, and although a conal-

ever of the complaits

in the presence of the public, at the Luterry Hall,erable period has elapsed, I have felt un rothen whate Frankfots, under the immediate control of a seleci

I am, Bir. your obedient Servant. commitee appointed by the Figli senare.

Oct. Bib, 135L {Alghed) W.MOON.

Nand after Monday the 22nd | E well know" Mission Premises (for Mitrion blank or prize, nad it late duineily macked in the

NOTICE.

the Hongkong and Canzen STEAM COMPANt's Breamını will ply regularly between ETONGKONG, CANTON and Macao, ovory Monday, Wednesday and Friday (untose previous aurice of deviation be given) as follows:-

The Bom leaving (lomazaxo on Monday and CARTON on Friday, will call at Madan, starting at 7A.x. The hours of departure at other times will be 8 a. a. and the hosts will proceed direct beweX Boxerone and CANTON. When inducement offers the Boats will call at Corttromoon but previous notice of such deviation will be given when prac textile,

The fares will be as heretofore.

In Clate Paperspers betwrun Hongkong, &

Camion and Musso & Caulon $8. Between Hongkong and Mono - Deck Pameugers, European

05. 09 Makaye, dea 01.50, Chinese, 91. Parengers desirous of proceeding to Marso for short period may obtain return Tickets, arzilable for the first or second Stammer after their arrival, at the reduced rates of between Hongkong and Macao, and $19 between Caston and Macao.

Every Bral clame Passenger will be allowed one corvant free of charge.

The remole will conver Freight on the terms of their published scalo; on which, however, norwe reduction will be made for large quantities, by special agreemani,

All Payments whether for Freight or Pasango to be made in Spanish Dollars.

LYALL, STILL & Co. Agonis &C. S. P. Co. Flongkong, 18th Augam, 1863.

WANTED TO CHARTER. CHIPS of from 600 Tone and upward for conveyance of Chinese Emigrante 10 Bavuna. Apply to

LYALL, STILL & Co. Hongkong, 14h November, 1852.

purposes only) of Rev. 1 1. Rogenti Canton. The place is healthy, comfortable, will known by the Natives as a preaching place, and desirable as a Mission station. Let any wirking to rant call and examine the place, and apply to Mesas R. & Co. for the terms.

Casten, in January, 1854.

To the Lery every gumber in drown, whether

ulliris) list, a copy of which will be forwarded to each foreign sharehokler

PRICE OF SQUARES, One Whole Share - One Dall-Share

Ono Quaeter-Share

£10,

£ 2.100. The following advantages are given by taking a

of res

NOTICE is hereby given, that the Capartcerablpumber

heretofore subsisting between YORICK JONES Monnow and Janne Stephanony, under the Style Firm of MURROW, STEPHENSON & ?a, lies been this day dissolved. The undersigned, assuming the respon-lines of the anid Firm, will In future condues the business on his own account and in his own name.

Y. J. MURROW. Hongkong, 2nd Janusty, 1854.

NOTICE.

THE interest and responsibility of Mr A. L Aanvo. J. in our Firm cossed from this date, and our Busion will be conducted under the Style of GL AGABES & Co, which Mr MALONUS Asanko in suherraad to sign.

A. & G. L AGABEO, Canton, Lat January, 1854.

NOTICE

THE interes and responsibility of Mx OLIVER EVERETT KOBERTS in our Firm Can. ton and Shanghar censed an the 10th June last.

WETMORE & Co. Casion. Bis Dreamber, 1883.

NOTICE. THE interest and responsibility of Mr Jamsarjan Ebolan in our firm at Canton, cessed on the 314 December 1869,

NESSERWANJEE ARDASELE DANJAH & Co.

Canton, 4th January, 1954.

5 Shares, ur

10 Half dito, at 20 Quarter dito

10 Shares, or 90 Hall dino, or

40 Quarter ditto

20 Shares, or

£ 45

DU J

40 tak ditto, or - £ 150 10 Quarter Shares -

Shares and prospectuses mio i he had of the undersignal, who are now epcially appointed for the ale of shares for home and foreign countries, and have given neurity sutli ient to fulfil very engagement towards the abareholder.

The Prince will be paid in the East Indies and China through an Established Bank.

J. A. SCHWARZICHILD & SONS.

Bankers and Appointed. Governme?t

Lotery Contractor, Frankfort on ike Main.

AN EXTR.ORDINARY CURE OF OROPAY, AFTEN SUFI LAINU FOR EIGHTEEN MONTAR Copy of a Letter from Mr G. Briggs, Chemisi, Goals,

de 1 February 15th, 1895,

To Pertani Holloway,

Eje, har mick plessure in informing you of most surjulang fura of Dropsy, recently, ficted by your valuable meiliisen. Carism Jackson, of this plode. was a ficted

sh Dropar le upwards of sightin months, to sme sa rateit that it caused his body and limbs to be tash swollen, sød water soned an 17 were from his aktu, that a daily change of apparel becabe necessary, tots, Petarding the satova remedies wied, and the dilleretical inem conaulted, all win at n? avail, until he nemoni malug, your Pills, by which and a strict at or to the printed directions, be was effcctually cured, and this bealth perfectly re-mtablubad, If you deem the worthy of publicity you are at liberty le use it.

1. Bir, yours respectfully.

G. BRIGGS, (Sigurd) These eclebrated Pille are wonderfully efections in the

following complianta

Female trgalarichuan of Urme

Ag

Atba

Milena Complaints Ervers of all kind bel Daches on the Naim Fre Bawal Complaint, rot

Hulim

King's

Throat Soone and Gravel Siccandery

jklarowana m

Ittend nake Coemtigation of the {Codigestun

Down Constupiles

Hopey

Drewery

Esympolas

mil

Apply, without delay, to Merais J. A. SCHWAR SCHILD & Sons, Blankers, Frankfort on.de Maio: er those who preter it, may direct their letra remi.tances to Mowers A. Bouwastacuild & Co, 25, Lombard it, London

[Lime Complaina Veneroni Adentroni

Lumbago jilba

More of all kinds

ka

|1'cak mann_form what.

I ever cause, due. dx.

Bold by all Denggins, and at Professor Holloway ??establishment, 244, Strand, Loudon.

By Mr. JM Da SILVA, and by HINNAM, these Bures,

also by WONG ACHEW -lingkms, Sr. J. M. DA FONCECA,- Macho. and Meters ACOW & Co.-("cle

FRANKFORT STATE LOTTERY. With reference to the terms of the above ad- vertisement, intending purchasets ate informed that remittance of monine for purchase of A. §. SOMWARRICHILD & Co's Snanza, may be windo ote-through Mr F. Alean, Colonial Agent, 11, Cle ment's Lane, Lombard Street, London, who will in each case protect the interests of Celosial | large suTOO. Bhareholders.

to intimate ibel, from this day, I have WITH reference to the above notification 1 beg behedinti Comox AGENT and Ma-

CHANT In this place.

NEBOER WANJEB ARDASERO BEANJAH. Canton, 4th January, 1951,

London, October, ist, 1853,

At 10, 140 - 24 Vel.-46, Od.- 11x,-9%, & 334. each pot of Bor

Thero is a considerablo saving by taking iba

NB-Wrections for the guidance of patieuta in every disorder are affixed to each POL

1:

XOTICA,

Merefinery wolkigital Agends.

Mi. Erwone ALEXANDER Smija ir authorized kangie acar tam by precur nion, and will reptere 43 CAMION.

LYALL, STIEG & US Hongkong, Jat Juno, 1958,

NOTICE.

ĮS hereby given thest the Copatineeship heretofore Cushing between the undersigned, everying Da business al Victoris, in the Colony of Hongkong, de Menenants and CommiseroN A?ENTS, is this day desolved by mutual consent.

$ 0. NAWLE.

8. DRINKER.

Elunghong. 13th August, 1853.

I reference to the above advertisement it is molded that the wid en scorn will be wound.

up by MS DRINKER who is authorized to adjust all accounts, and to who i all correspondenco will be addressed,

9. B. RAWLE,

8. DRINKER.

Hongkong, 15th August, 1453

NOTICE

PUE undersigned legs to give notice that bo

TE, &

that ha

Aurset Besésras, under the style mod firm of DRINKER & Co. mod will occupy the tenure of the late from of Rawer, Detaker & Ci

S. DRINKER. Hongkong, 15th August, 1583.

NOTICE.

THE interest and responsibility of the Into Mr WILLIAM Head Wardest in our firm terminsted on the 20th of Septrinber last,

Canton, 12th November, 1953.

11*ITI reference to the sbore advertisement the

business of the House will ba conducted us before by Me D JOHNSON under the amo name which Mr F. B. JOHNSON, is authorized tu sign.

M JAMES BOWMAN will sign for us in Shanghae by procuration.

W. II. WARDLEY & Co. Canton, 12th November, 1853.

NOTICE.

I.L. Persons having claims against the Estate A of the late WILLIAM HENRY WARD LEY are desired to wot them in forthwith to Meeta W. H. Wampler & Co. Canton, or to Meats James Bowman & Co. Shongkoë, soil those pa delted to the snið Estate are requested to make sumediale payment to the and partico,

D. JOHNSON.

F. B. JOUNSON,

Canton, 9th November, 1853.

CIRCULAR.

Administratora

L'E hare the honor in inform you that we still continue Bussress in Akgað, muder the style and fem of LANGLOIS, McKELLAR & Co.

Our old experience in the Rice Trade is the cuniamen for the good execution of all orders transmued to us.

3. P. LANGLOIS.

DUNCAN McKELLAR.

Akyab, 11th October, 1953.

NOTICE.

THE undersigned have been appointed Agents at Hongkong for the sulmeribere to LLOYDS, Alasters of Vessels are reqstented to communicate to them intelligence of los-es, necilents, the speak. ing of Vessel, and any goueral information they con-ider of importance of interest to the subscribers,

LYALL, STILL & Co. Ilongkong, 3rd September, 1852.

NOTICE.

Seamen's Hospital

Тага?а ко.

Ilonourable David Jarding, Esq. C. D. WI Lama, Esq, How W. F, Menoni, Esq., R. 8. Walker, Esq. Superintendent of th�?P. & 0, Stam Narigaon Company, jez officio)

Treasurer,--J. C. RowLino, Eq. Resident Surgeon, Peres Youka, Eng. Consulting Surgeon,-W. A. Haurand, Esq.

M.). Acting Colonial Surgeon.

Terms of AdmiTE INZ,

Public Words. - -

- 15 cents per day.

Dollar - 2

10

10

Intermediate Words, Private Ho Paticple are new admined on deposits, as the fol lowing rates, renewable one day previous to the amount deposited having been råpended,

Public Wards,

Intermediate,

Private Rooms,

815,

220),

ovul,

The Captains of Corsiguees of Vessels must be responsible for the expenses of Patients w ty them to the Hospital.

N. D.-All Hospital Bikla to be receipted by the??Treasurer only.

FOR SALE.

CHAMPAGNE Pinta mal Qavis, Porr WING, PALE Boukat, Clarut and lirasdy, ull of best qualny.

ALNO,

NAILS of size in Carks of 2 cwt. Apply in Hongkong or Camion to

LYALL, STILL & Co.

Hongkong, 1 January, 1951.

COALS.

FOR SALE at the Lindwgs of

Fou

MAC EWEN & 46. Hongkong, Suth December, 1951,

THE FRIEND OF CHINA AND HONGKONG GAZETTE

OR OVERLAND MAIL. APIS 999 GENTLEMEN, White Kit 22nd over moored mees; fydans' Blocking Giuntivano na Lleshed and Coblenched Socka ; Docskanal Poci,-lan riding and driving Ollares; Neck tice; Squabne Black"and Blau Brusilcloth, Ac, A., A.

MAC EWEN & Ca

Hongkong, 12% Dvevmber, 1-53

LIST OF GOODS

FOR SAGE ar Mus. MARSIP'S Millinery Romans, Queen's Rant, Hongkong.

CHOICE Seletion of Hossa ra of the Latest fislions, consisting of Velvet, Saun Glice Silk. ('hun and Faner Straws of every description.

Black and Colored Silk Slantes. Black mol White Lace Do,

French Barege and L'arkın ve Shorts

French Cilice & Tallou Sibosim every color, Black & Colored Silk Velvet,

Da Ribbons in all. Widlo, Sash Ribbons. Beanit do, Narrow Satin, Late & Stranet d?, French Brocade Silk. Diesss.

Qlace Silk do.. White & Valored Tulle do. Lace do,, Hsiege de Nowe do.

Striped Peptin and Norwich Lautre do. Fruch Mepo mud Pain Muslin de Laine, Do. m White, Pink, Sky, Slate drab & Nap blua French priatel Cambric and Muslin do Boyle's Print do, Black & Colored Birege do. White & Colored Turlat des in all colors, Swim and Cudia Book Muslin?

Jaceumets Plain nød spotted. Mulls

Blick Brugs:lla Net, White do. Tulle illusion, Blonde Elgiga, Kral end Innitation Lace, Lover Fails To Berthes, Sleeves, Collars. Chemise No., &c., NC. Phun mod embroidered Cambric Handkerchiefs. Infants" Itubes and embroidered Frocks. L'ops, and

tatiety of under clothing. White and Colored Kid Gloves, Silk du. Ummeed-to and Neck ties.

Pearl Feld Chenille teid stressen. Wreaths and Bouquets, and in clesign selection of Feather & Flower, from Alduine Feroete's Paris.

An se tinent al Larlies & Childrens Boots and Shoes from Este Hue la la Paizly Joly a Paris, comprising White & Colored Satin Shoes, Kid and Morocco do., Stuff and Coutil d', &c. &e.

Liten nad Cotton Diapers, Irish Linen,

�?

Brown Bleklund, Colored do.

Horrocks' Long Cloth, French Long Cloth very kue and light, Table Cloths very large sizes. Table Covers, Toilet Covers, Quilts, Anti-Vacasar,

· Jace Tirtama, Mosquito Net, Rulled. Jucevei Linings, Union mod Twill do., Victoria and Ver. fưm Skanog. White and t'olated Crinolives, Cri poline Price and fuptovers, Corded Ditto. Frou Flannels, Nursing Sinys. French Wore du. Contil do, Children's Bande, Wine and Calorel Bilk Hose, Thread Jo., Merino do, Couso da, Colton Bocks, Woot Pofline, Wool Cape & Skeves, Ganets, Booking, citoves Comforters, &c. &c.

:

Woollen Ulo de Benidest Satin and Merina fo White and Colored Satin and Merino 1849, Braided Cloaks and Pelises, Frocks, and a great variety of Children's Clothing of all kinds.

Haberdashery, Parasols, Elustir Pages Garters, Fandalweb while de colored, Wide Elastic Wors esl and Leather Belts, Linen Tapes, Shist Battens, Shea and Trimmung Buttons in greet variety, Silk and Woul Brands, Cotton do, Washing do., Muh sit Nit. Ribbon Plans, Bugle-Tinamiage, Bering, Kitting and Meading Cotton, Pins, Nealles, Huoka & Eyes, Whalebane, Covered Cane, Wad dings, Cullen Corch, Ruches, Ribbon Wire, Sik Piping, Straw Triminings.

ALSO.

-From Price & Gomell-

A small assortiment of PERFUMERT.

Mrs. Maman begs to add that abe will enation To cercive the Lercar Famous fruin London aud Paris Monthly.

Payment to be made in Mexican Dolları, tlongkong, 30th December, 1853.

NOTICE.

LONDON ASSURANCE CORPORATION, Established by Chaner 1720. DENT & Co., Agents in Hongkong,

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TUE undersigned are duly authorized by the above Corporation to INSURE FROM LOSS OR DAMAŬE BY FIRE, " longkang, on Buil-tinga, Goods, Merchan·liar and Vessels in Port.

#cribed " "Telegraphie Dispatch, "ka the 11 Agent, for transmission thranglike fanumanding Olicer of the Stenner, and in beddered comedi ately on motivad of the Vessel nt. Prieste.

The Charge for Telegraphing 20 Words fram Tricate per Subinsting to Londen, te about 16 Flo- cine, or 32 Stollings sterling ; and Sling for mach Meen co

The writing nonst by m legible words. For further particulars, apply to

W. PUSTAIL & Ca Agents at Hongkong nad Custom. Hongkong, 27th October, 185).

PUBLIC AUCTION, THE undersigned har received instructions to zell by Prause Aueruis, on the Paviases

ON THURSDAY,

the 20th day of January next. At Noon praesely, Valoss previously disposed of by pairale rule, the full wing. Propony, In one lot. That building in The Clutcu'e Road known

no the

HONICOMO AGUB MO03),

And the asit funkdagi nitneked, with the land upon which the whole je bosht-Registered in the Bowl Dice we Intind Lot No. 18, mencer ing 11 till square feet.-Annual Ground Reut

Also one lot.

All the Splendid Furniture, Billiard Tables, Piste, Crockery, ays Ware &c, &c. belonging to the shore establishment.

Condens of Sale, Caldognes of the Furniture Ace, will be distributed swing days prior to the Auction.

GEORGE DUDDELL,

Awetioneer.

Hongkong, Pili Narember, 1953.

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS,

NOTICE

UE Copertoesship hitherto existing between tho undersigned, under the Form of A. 11 FRYER & Co, is this day ilizuotred fey matusi conscal,

A. 11. FRYER.

I T. DE SILVER. Conghong, 1st Janusty, 1854.

-X-

WITIL cafeteren to the above Votier. Ma H. T. " DE SILVER 19 wuthorizel in settle all te counts for the Late Firm of A. II. Furer & Co.

A. IL FRYER. II. 1. D. SILVER. Elongkang, fat Jinvazy, 1854

NOTICE

THE creigne begs to intimate, that the

business her, unfit, euriel an by the Firm of A. II. Fater & Co, will hese-forward be co- ducted by him under the style of D" SILVER & C, which Mr Gao. P. De Silven is amhorized Lu sige.

1. T. Da SILVER

flongkong, 1st Janusty, 1851.

MATH-A Victorla, on the Tih instant, Mjo Tu: Ha

Envi a Sun.

NOTICE.

of a 1 day as for fleet. Some Marines wha called to exert on umb 1 the fireat Chori's musper, uon, at first welased to come on deck, we are to'!, mol when they did appens it was with their knap- sacks in their hatuf, instead of on their I-neks, sail kuapsacks chortly afterwards being seen (l... 4. ing alongside the slop.

After sending sar Overland edition to preza il moning, 11. M. Steam Shoop Rattier autre); ot we learn by private letters that it was fou ed in Canton yesterday she was ordered her lo Conland prepare for a trip tu Shaughty. The va pected decision of the flome government fugarding *y hadlang" is we suppose the immedi de cau of the Raithar'a shspatel Bome of these durin should be applied for by the rebels in pasareta of Shanghie ; and South Amerienu proceslast would bene uut 11-Tajesty's Government la consplying with such a requisition. Her tannic Maj Plewipotentiary, will, we trust, avail hinala od the Rofile'a dispatch to wara Monar Bourbon) sa #garust any further attempt to work the "1. ligoms Ilge" and alarm British traders in the Nugh, Missionarica (cathobe as well so protestant] should be taught to stuly the coinjik pian of the times; and of they unnecessardy get the needs a into dallenity, must get out of it without the talp of foreign powris. The rumour of Tae-pine % 1. Jotry, and Catholic sull' ring, was only a rus, in- dustri- uely propagated by a local contemporary, in order to give an apparent warranty for Frenchnic Boing to Narking Mull

I. M. S Callipe.-The Calliope han returnal to part, after an eight months' craina baring quit. ed Part Philip, King George's 8 und Holst Town, Past Arthur, Nelvin, Port Hardy, Wellings ton, Aucklant. Whylaki, and Kawnu. She caus to Sydney mainly an neenitul "f the wrions, val ption of her commander, Sir Everard Game, ahodu lamented death we record below.-English. man, November 5.

Shipwreck of the Juno Stramer.-The June, glenin ship, which lett Sydneg a few days ago, for Mem

has been wrecked at the entrance of the Mun- ning river No authentic repart of the circum+ since has reached town, though it is said several lives were list.

CANTON.

(From the Canton Comunercial List, Jany, M.)

OPIGN MARKET. Closing Rutes -5 p. . Pairs

h Jany.

9351

Benares

8:167

Malam

$110

Turkey

*10

ESTIMATED STOCK OF OPLUM at Cymringmnon-7th January, 1854.

ر?ة

DATR.

Dec. 31-445 Import pince

69

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13

71

1-103 62? 320 Deliveries 449

Jany. 7 1014 4(H) 2:3

65 2469 30 7.55

24 651

New Advertisements should be sent ne farly s prasibir on the days prerims to publication; but generally, werefinements will appear in the forth. From the Overlant Frænd of China Jany, 11.) coming fame if veerived at the ofion as late a Eleren Wednesdays and Saturdays; specially cepting the days on which the Muds are despatched to Furope.

LATEST DATES.

Nov. 8. Samlwick Island Nor

Hararia

Labuan

Alorapote

N

Engla.l

United Signa

Caleta

Ike.

Ilunbay

Dec.

Der.

Madran

Manila

Hy.lery

Not

G. Tupe

Sept. --

Shanghae Alley

Nur. Ore.

San Fransi

Nov. 1Ninepo

CHINA.

GENERAL RUMMARY.

Tur principal items of this mail's intelligence are-Return of the French Envoy from Nsuskon -Arrival of several vessels fro the poighbour. hood of Peking, bringing confirmation of the Now report the Teen tai is closely investod, if nut in actual possession of, na army of patriots, said to number seventy thousand men-Suc The censes of the Imperialists in tha Tumurgent dis- Dro.

tricts below Canton,-French design po Shanghac, and preparation of the American Squadron for its second trip unter Commodore Perry to Japani.

Jet Clus, on Hauses in private cemption only; THE FRIEND OF CHINA

with external Walls of Stone or trick, and covered i

with Slate, Tile, Metal, Cement, and other focom

buanble Materesi, douched, or adjoining one,

AND HONGKONG GAZETTE,

2 Class, on loves of BWELDINos receded EZTORIA WEDNESDAY, JANUARY Ora 1851. (covered as above, partly or entirely used a Co- downs, and derachel; and on Gone and Man. chandizn, nor buzatdoce, in such Buildings,

I

,

adjoining other Buiklings, and on Goous and Min- 3d Class, on Horses or ByjzDINGS as rhové.

chsspizi, not hazardous, therein,

4th Clory on How or Buttons etccied

and covered no above, in which hazardous Go are deposited, but no hazardous trade carried ou

5th Class, on Saups,

Assurances may be effected for the period of

19, 6, or 3 Months,

No Istrasen thereon is pal

in in force until 1 Premium

For further particulars, reference in requated to be made to the undersigned,

DENT & Co. Agents,

Hongkong, 6th October, 1833,

TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. THE Dirce'ots of the Austria's LLOYDA STEAM Navigation COMPANT in Trieste, have made Arrangements for TELEGRAPHING MES- SAGES in Landon, or to any Part of the Continent sent to them from China,

The Manages should be sent under cover, super-

DIARY.

MENARINDA UNTIL SETT POMLICATIO

AUN

JANUARY.

| BIOH MYTER

AM! P. M.

DWednesday,

12, Chanplay, --

13.Friday.

0.01 044 6.45

5.32 2,33 737

63 81 8.40

4,3 9,0 199,217

Full Moon on the 3 116, 41 4. 47 v

CANTON MARKET.

Yesterday's Quotations.

The French War Steamer Le Cavine's voyage to Naukm, and pleasing report of the interview between 11.E., M. Bourboullon aust The ping Waso's Prime Minister, will det Jou fully related in other colu uans Foo the largo umber of people found at Nanking, it would appear that the Regiments already an their way to the Northern Capital may only be looked on as Pioneers, and that when the winter has passed over, if the mere prestige of Thas piog Wang's name is not in stroll auf- ficient to bring also the desired change, such an overwhelming force will be transported to the northern Capital, as shall ellectually nettle Boy further trouble in that quarter,

L'eking Getter have been received at Shang- hoe of a late date on the 28th of November,

Puta 835%),-Henares 63033,-Malisa $110, and the N. C. H-raht says thint - in that -Sycro 1-Cold 8213.

Tua Lorcha Centrar a week from Swatow, reports the Menzies, Amazon and Commercie Compagnie at that anchorage, waiting for Coolers to take to the Weat luces. The Am, Clipper Sea Witch Ich for Swatow on Sunday, to take in a cargo of labourers for the l'anemo Railway

Estreiat cute apprats to have been taken against the publication of a report prevailing last work

of the 21th we meet with an incidental state. ment from a military officer, that "at pro. sent the rebels have entered into Theen Lin,

which is only Do miles from Thong chow," a city very near to the capital, from wlock it my anturally be inferred that Theon tsin is taken, though there is no report of the date of inqu of a capture." The information on this point supplied by the maruwers of the Junks we ine tioned as having arrived, is marked with all that have alluded in,arproceciling from the fear enter wont of decivelean we, on former occasion, tained by the narrators lest they might be impli

:

candan elarger alten neule by Canton Man alass of 'sprvailing false und seifitione reports" whereby the safety of the head of the narrator besmet somewhat jeopardized. On board our d the Rover Strainers froas Hongkong to Cinton on Monday the 2od instant, were the auri, Supercargo, and Master of the Junk Cho: Cum be, then bricen days only Room "Uventer, with a cargo of Beaus and Mehe tenars, The Supencargo, a Caubiai nean, sprake, ing a bube Guglsh, when asked low funga were going on in the north, Cu about the slightest finlication on the part of the questioner of wit "Foulyre) he wished most inforoiutono,) at med res plid that the Ties teh men hand driven the ??Manetasins out of Tea-tsin, mud that no many

sevenly thousand of them were there in acons; - that Hienfung waem a great fright, and That there was little doubt hot in a few stave The mergents would drive how nat Pi king, "That there was no distresa caber at Teme Häuser Peking-for the harves bail beau most Zabametrut. One after questionmeg has answers canest, and int fast beenne so vazne that he appeard to be tedung altogether a sol-rent ale, Such is a speetsen of stenchelieufry, eik ecomtered me that senceli bar refabic inteligènes. The impression obtem of form the convers alson, however, wens, that Penn ban was neueilly in the haude of Taiping wayo's followers. (At first the Supercargo said he knew nothing of Tai porg wang's men ; -nod it at therofare not kely that by Tres teh ites, he me sot focal msmegenis--oncmbers of the Trind Society )

I ? ?M. Steam Shoop Rattler has taken up the U. 8. Ntoru Ship Supply's Into position in Ma- cau passage; and the Lily, and the U. 2. etrar. teract Steamer Qucen, ara moored near to each other oil the: Factories, so that the safety of Can- ton ecxudents is pretty well provided for. The roccesses of the Emperalists in temporarily por ng down the Szo-ma insurrection, lina nlso tended to inspire confidence in the Native dea fors, mud thero is na im mediate probability of a reong about Canton that we are aware of

in halu

THE FRIEND OF CHINA AND BONGKONG (7)

5420 Wovơng under valèten clave, lan w whether he comand ret flest on vedoong le

at wrong: La where e de emplund, that he wa wao He was then asked whether he was willing to vie ost to the poosh acnt that was drengol by the French Consul olan 14 Rot allzuce, T??thas also lengh (in the affirmatives. Pie Camnal di a stated what at very aleat, lsu troldenstvísl, but an Cecaseigungen of liên my readily giving bans it up less -punk dres by parton hon. Whereupon the conia dh knocked bid wine toms at the givani lv) "ro flac Consul; nod the Can-ul, havaig tul? ile other Tumorgents the accemity of using the utmost can- tean in si) teric dral nga with. Foreign nations, amú with all those connected with these, navoring then that the best insult to the French nation wall he immediately resontel, allowed them in depart. The je ne zemren thuen, besildy thinked The Cut fr los komil commideration, and perusined to pay stried attention so lós requicdinesta". After this the detach How of French rabliero excutted the insurgeme Track to the vast gin of the city, when reeriting shest glad geknowledgments they rentenesh. Th ended than theexteroid attack of the Franch on the Cny of Shangham.

Clone who do not forget the old Petic of Jean Corpond in par-fie watos, view wel na pleasurable feelingsite? poorly sheguised attempt. of the Frene's Envoy to get possession of tho Shanghae Walls. Theru is not a particlo of doubt (believing the statements at the rebels to bu tpie) but the Chesese Cathole Catechists deserved al dot puvishment des Ital-1 ?�biel accorded to themi -They acted like e es (put up to it, un doubt) and were very jully treated is spics deserved ;-and hardly the died, or their unjustifiablu actione, was tire a arcessity for nlärung a praceable commmm- tity at such a soleman time ky that of Christonas Night (the Rabbatha ton) the perial chomon ny gay * dramatic trienal-," for scaling round their Circular warning foreigners to be pre- pared for a bombandonent,

A point of some importance is not unlikely to grow out of this "French expirederic; -1 At Stonghac all was pooking comparati-

point in the treatment of which what infi-Jel vely) quiet, whom the 5. S. Paul left on the call Tac ping-wang's chuirlatonerie may also #1st uluuno:-the Itebok and Imperialists ex-

finve to be brought under early consideration. The point for consideration is this. Are we, choigging shote across the river only n?emon-

in ser new relations with the Chinese Empire, ally. Sanqua was doing what he could in the

to consider, primarily * the interests of nut way of buying over the Chiefs of the Rebel

worthy Misssounries "-the only admitted basi party, but did not appear likely to be succuss

news of the French in China? or, are w. Tul. Two Chinese professors of the Broan

ucting in that way which procedent and cus Caikolic Religion having been acized by a chel of one of the bandy i possession of the

to have decided as the best,-tu set the pro town they were walking past one of the pagation of religion in the socotul posation, nud gales, and, despite their asseverations of lecurg to demand in the first a simple furtherance

the Roman Catholic Bolimp's service and

of commercial freedom-the fir 1 step towards known to the French Consul, severely beaten ??the result of a more general intercourse-out mud tortured-a iemand was made for the cljet | of which the propagation of a parer religious kember. A thua respostion was not promptly system than that practised by the followers ot coupled with, a mobilication was issued to mid | Thao ping wang may no doubt eventually

proceed? tureign community, from which it appeared tâut abe French Naval Authorities determined va obtaming reilruss in a summary manner. For- tunately, such extrome incatures were reader- ei unnecessary. An English gentleman, Bent in the language, went into the city, mud representing the fearful consequences to their Cause if the French Vesicla opened their bat- teres, purmaded the Cloul who had conuntled the allonce to render bintself into the hands of of the French Officers. The result of the muniter is melo-dramatic-French to the hot- ter.-

Our Naval authorities should exhibit more watchlainess wlabst the French are in the North A host of "Spartans" and "Salaman-lers" was inofficient click to the "Constantines" Colberts and Citysta" eady for any movement in the waters of the Yang tao. We were quite prepared for the prank veberrod te z and should not have been surprized bad they houted down the flag of tho Thuc ping Teen- krah.

It is of little import tasny that all is at present quiet at Anny, Fulchow and Ningpo, Buch is certainly the case-but we have it on reliable assurance, that at each of the places mentioned, the people are only wasting the first sale inli. cation to make common cause agamat their Tortor rulers.

HONGKONG.

METEOROLOGY.

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raprente mod. 11. 17, nu lang . 1 bnn wir nut a proper our,

| 101 an du seta v tist place the still alry was Jood fag the paros munjeer blue1f propang s pesate m, which to c ty is on a ly dang nport vest. The partes la of the is, which lated for more thin un bout, one bureau în dorit enly by the few who were her 1st. The shence of the era. sette, dever app are to lacre bera, to make the petal chord the cycle printed with the foreign

Wi; have land ble pitra neras the past fortnight, Iwonant destovali, Fashite order wi Neht (the 2711 916jou Het mee Iron of Br Charles No G. Worsloplal Master of de Z Us), the splendid entert uronest die f?ne Brethren, of the various Sogset Wor Fri were all invited, and a porton, at fet, el 29 cory bed an opportunes of a barang polite adecitiser reenivcal fronti 5. na se Wanted States Spryloon now in letaliate. Be, Comomodore Perry's ub-race was soura ly | deplored-ile vespre, ed gentleman havour to excuse homself on dit score of neuralgia silva- tion thappily rince passed oil) Duong the banpiet, der boethren were entivege) with the pleasing strams of the Suuqe forma d'e band, which had been kuolly kai for Me; reach-un. Next in the order of Mu-ne convividities came the Bang 129 after the Enstallaten of Br. Jolin Dent as Worshipful M. ster al that Royal Sussex Lodge, Cantong-no taast of !! Tang being so warily responded to as that of " Bik Lace, the mumeiliate Past Master," Br M ver D. P. G. M. rezururi tlauks for this he ac of the P. G M. Oilicers, soil masabers of thes 17... Provincial Grand Lodge-Bir Tarrant i Motor Lodge of the Province, and ?- Un of II. M. S. 1?y "the Ventor di ta mất the former taking occasion to ex half of the mentors of the % od Lab the suron declangs of regar l on cft rowd by dea for their Brethren of thực madong particolar affusé se toe klø and send psd, (esperulis 4. Br. Digby mi kommer han 909 now Mosinee Mali, Hon-kore¦-

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"About a dozen of the influential men among the jusmegente, volunteered to accao.puny the moO, which was assented to, but they wer. tud that they on tall go manrmed, and that their conductor would be responsible for th ir sulty. Tas long Sumuted in, the party ert forward), and strived wulent mofestation (the French Conmalato. A nusley of foreigners were already ntarzulidad in front of the Consul's heave, and a porty of hay Firsch tokhere unter caminanıl of twu ullicers specbly arrived. A rumour having been spread NOTE of Registrations, Blangkong during the

Mouth of December 1953, aland that the imperislista bns intended to waylay the party of insurgents on their way to and from the BARGARTER.-Maximum Henge on the 27th French Consulate, the military foren was deened| 36 30-(Pharmamister, when noting at 9 a 24, et vad- pepsiste to provent surprise, as well as, perhaps, to ing si 50° dry and 55% wel bulbe-Word Esterly, give dignity to the priovedings. The insurgents | Futar 5-Apect-Dull with rain,- Boom -27 laving been denied that no farm was intended to || days old and be tre pral Apogen. It was blowing thin, further than the currying out of the Consul's so hard in the Cap sing moou this day, that thu amon la, ahoy 6ft sussfied, sand went really into Steamer Spark bound to Coman had to put back.) the Comobile, 1. was a beautiful exibition of the Minimun range on the 20th??9.83 -{Thurniome ience of the ameerity which is well known la ter when woning at 21. a. 3., atuneling at 79° ity cb-tacter z ull the procévdinga of European gor and Gsa wet bulbs-Wind Barterly, force 4 to 5- erimenta, Chut these men traitsd themselves so Aspect dull-Moon 20 days old and & past Apogee.) tradily in the mitet of an armed force, which, bd Thinkoxeter,-Maximum longis 73 on the (les degutantivos turte), would is a few hours bare 20h (see pork to Barometrical Minimum buon angaged in blowing their battery to stoms, Micimum 65 on the 29th-Varometer standing,, sod apumuang condition through their ranks. They 49. when noting, at 30,944- Wet Bulb Ther It, liwweror, sair in the bands of Europe, even womir 5-Wood Northerly, forco & 6- Though those Eur peuns had reason to be ollosled Axpect fine and clear-Mown 29 skaya uld and 13 agata tem. Fat daforawi, however, would have

Past Apogee.) In their feelings had they found themselves than marron-sted by limperialiste, when to safe conduct whatever would have secured them against instant dreaptation. In " short time the French sabliera were marched to the ?ng HT, which they surrounded, med the amikorites requested all foreigners to leave the ground of the French Consulate. The person wh bad induced the insurgents to surrender tum rules then stepped forward and said, that he had quested the men to coumarined to the French Contulate, under promise of a safe connet to and few, and be begged that when the Consul had done with them whatever ba deemed fit, he would kind ly are to their being sent salely back again. To dny mood 20, 98 Dry bulb Thermometer 63--Wat which the Contul politely replied, that not only do G-Asp-ct, dull with rain-Moon's age 7 days would that be poiectually extended to, but that su and 7 days pasi Verigen It continued to bl Eeption would be made in favor of the person hard all the night of that day, and until 5 x x. wherscorted them, and that he would be allowed of the following-when it monterated; the wind to Fermin and witnes the proceedings. The insurreering North and on to Nor West Upwards of a gent were then required to go to the front of the inch and a hult of rain foll about this time flog stall, where the Connal and the naval com fwieder was stationed. The Canton nan asid to ave been the offender on the occasion was made Lo kneel dowo, and the Consul neked bịm through the interpretar (who expressed himself in the clearest and moat idiomane manwer) whether he were the

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Hvatoniter -Grement difference between wet and dry balus on the 2010s5.-(see remuck to Barometrical Minienuen.) Læset diflorence on the 2612. (Dry bulb Thermometer wanding at 10 A. M.. whun moʻing, at 09-15"ro netos 30,017- Wind Enterly, force 3 a 4 -Asport dull and ratog -Moon 20 days old and 11 post Apogen)

Misan diletonco (of 27 not trans) betwerk wat and dry bulb Theravimziersz3) Mean Tempera, sure by dry bull=543, giving For Dow Porn 57 12- WIND-A proportion equal to 23 days from the Eastward, grestes forze frion that quarter=?

to 9 on the 7th The Barameter at 9 a. 3. of that

A proportion (qual to foor deya x blew from the Northward, (vchining westerly)-firantes Ener from that quarter on the 10th-7. The Baroner nt 9 s. m, on that day stood at 30, 17-Dry Bulk Thermometer 604-Wet do. 57)-Aspret dull, Moou's age 10-Proximity, Ten pan Pörgeo.

of first evening was well matukan.. I stil lote our.

Following is a list of the Glicers of the Southern Chun Lodges for the current year.

ROYAL Russex Lopin, Cytox No. Ta5 under the Grand folge of England

Worshipful Master-Br. Dent Nonne Warden--Br. Moscow, Junie Wieden-Bc. Wital,

Terer-Br. Campb·ll, Secretary-Br. It. Mirray, Senior Deacon-Dr, Mr-kenz?r, Junier Deions -Br, S with. funer (ind-Br. O Cleverly,

Zetland Lepig. Hissarast,

No. 7013 wwder the Gintal Lodge of England,

Worshipful Master--Mr. Cleverly, Smor Ward-tr. Compton, Junior Faden-Be. Be mela's, Treasurer-Br. Rienaceker, Secretary-Br. D.xean,

Senar Descon-Br, Caldwell, Junior Descon-Dr. A. Canybell, Directm of Ceremonies -Be. Grandlce, Laws Guard-Br. Coken, Tyler-Br. Goodings.

(From the Nuth-China Mcrubi, Dec, 21}

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selos love treates with Clon, piteing by lane thera tonadioga of fur En; bali, Vnë cica, totek Formal Mon, 19 the 13 xonali e son of the co

matadoy an der prevent crentful struggle, and Kagemang kete libanes and syang alay for tho

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Ap the Steamer Le Cassini, which started from Shangha on the 306 November, and seems to have tracheid Nanking on the 8th ist ??n Devo ker, oestel Vinking, a blint was Gri de her trans one of the batteries on the bar Candaceste pe an milennen of the city watts, and separated for a chees by a canal. Preparations were incediately, on la Du return the fito in ente the malt abandå have been ( repests, the Comini cominning to mave cowly up-regards the w tastards the spot designed for for muchorage; bit bu other shot was freil. As prout em despent |

her anchor, a lernt was sent on alone with ather and interprèter trask for explanatures, wha zain returned bringing satisfactory anewvera; nord christly ofter an officer from the general e-manzicling the

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| outposts (General Su) came on board wils ampla | apologies for the shot that had been hired, string tlost it had been through the mistaka of a suber. dimate, &c. &c. This first ditjesby hating lova removed, Mr Marques, but rpreter of the gate, wem agvis on shörn explused to what yuna? the leaner belonged, and anneunzol that there was an visited the Berge encoj? of the French Emperial Commissioner na boats, who had ins-age to deliver to the Maands the chicin- ters of Tae-ping-wang-�? This request was DK. of wwelcim malim 5, The 6. Gath mitted through Sato mome sirje zoir ainhosty, wet wet-an fired upon The following day for an alertaw

Cavisi at Noleg with two of the Moisters, wins e seda acre Beat olinard. Accordingly the text morning. Con d do Carey, Sceretory of the Frenen Le kau accompanied by Mr Mampies, an on or of the Crenni, and one of tua. Missmaries abo deck, putt In the expedition, set our for thin city on has 55.1, escorted by so officer with a defachinem of solite an These gentle sat netegeretal la wiz in teaching the official residence of the Ministers, loving to vi detained for a cous arab' tine at the cay gate, and sho kipt writing beford being irrébieť, They however met with a courirens troopis hom the two Ministers wan yuk tasan, and back yig, whom they found seated in stre, diretol an The ancient costume of the Ming dyniety, which ; is remarkable particularly for the nesly wrought golden diefems worn over the yeless, edim kand. After endeavouring to give them venam sexterna of why their visi ora wero, which gasto e le seret it questione proving that the relei elatis koos butlar beyond the exisiracy of wester nations, the Caract de Courcy in them understand that the Freseli Minister himself was on board, nad dearod tu con+ municate other with Tae ping himself or commu person that he should delegato for that purpose. It was agred accordingly that the following day on vifiver should be seat on buzal tu usak'u the accesary urroogements for this vint, Tino mea

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polite, they was at cordel, und in Con verplian sit the French. Zinisher, liny womed tehind to patrum those acregant provistons which al all nues has been delatacieraatios of Chinese " Hendle. These diy, osmont wusaid pt cially weat vil, elwould rienne-lances bring the lica meta firent conduct watts lurozici: Gur that a n

prostu winch inne dous can decide,

The Casuai, when smeaning a molatokred at Ninking, set oùi va hur seturn to ?i reng hair cu the mating of the 1 lilt, and sozdájást semeka naze down the Yangrae will the same where That bad nitended ber vry upwards, and without any further incident worthy of note,

A very interesting letter desetilise the meeting between Liepinaat Pen, of the Resiste, nnd Cap kam MClure: -

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This sy really u red letter day sa aut voyage, and

??all be kept dua holid?�y by our hems and nervøs sued for ever. At nuo o'clock of the day me bankout man made the sigunt for a piety enang ( from the westward; all went out to meet them and assist thein 26. A second party was then an in. 1 cau- Dr. Davalio was the first person I arest.

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not derende my feelings when be told me that Copa McClure was among the west party. I was hot lung in rausching lum and giving him many hearty shakes -no pirer ware ever given by vưn men in this world. M-Clare looks well bat la vegy hungry. In discription of the's making the Einrbour of Merey would have been a fine subject for the pen of Captain Marryat, were lo alive.

M-Clure and his first li utenant were walking on the floe, Seeing a prison coming very fast tu wards them they supposed he was chated by bear, or had seen a bear, Walked towards kim z

on getting onwards a hundred yards, they could | see from his proportions that lie was not one of them. I'um began to screech and throw up his hands (his face sa black as my bat ;) this benught the captain and lieutenant to a cian, as they could not hear su?ciently to make out his langu ugo.

At length Fim reached the party, quite beside biteell had stammeted out, on M-Clure nok.ng him, "Who are you, and where are you come from 1"- Lieutenant Pim, Herald Onpani" Kel Jel." This was more mexplicable to M Clure, as I was the last person he skunk bands with in Beh Ping's Bitnice Me at length found that this anli. tary swanger was a tree Englishınan-se sigri ut light he says " le suơn was seru Gằm the ship; they had only one hatchesy open, and the trew were fully jammbed there, in their endeavour to get up. The sick jumped out of their hands- mocks, and the crow forget their despondeney 3 in her all was changed on board the Investigator.

The whole narrative show me that the Arctio Been have afforded a nxval school, in which our brave unilors have learned their old lesson uf dwing their duty with cheerful courage.

A Nan with Twenty Wives-A man calling himself v. William Haster, but w2000 real nam la mid to be Nathaniel J, Bird, is in jail at Cam den, N. Y., on a charge of bigamy and various other charges Elimbeth Barrington, a lady of Philadephis, visited him in prison, had ascertain ed he was the man to whom she wse married on ibe Mth of July last. On the one day he was vi sited by another lady from Kensington, named Ma

Thomas, to whom he was mutried in May last It is also stated that he has a wife in Reading, and ther in Wilmington, Del, and another yot is l'hi Indeplia. The prisoner is only about twenty three years of age, and, it is stated, declares that he bus Twenty wiron, a statement which may be true, av more than one fourth of thai naab?r has been wund within a few days. It is alleged that be abandomed each wife soon after marriage, and that shey never board of him a?er until his recent ar tml. Tho xấuir cronies the greatest excitemeDi in Camden, and has induced an immenes number of people to such aduasion for the purpose of see- ing him.

The following letter from the Managing Direc tors for the Awitisa Llojda, to their Agents herr, conveys some information which may be useful

lu og ercantile runden. -

AUSTRIAN LIUTOS' STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY.

Tricote 10th Chalaber, 1838

Mrom MacLaine, Prisca & Co.

Bingapore.

THE FRIEND OF CHINA AND HONGkong gazeTTE.

From Labuan we hear that on the 7th July a U. S. man of war had arrived with the rutiled tresty, concluded between Me Buloutler and the Sultin of Borneo. It cousine the same oondions na the one concluded botwara Ragland and Borneo, by Mr Icke, encajt the clum preventing the Blave trade.

Jan.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

--

ARRIVALS.

AT BURDкова.

6, Dining Anam Hulity, from Singapore, 16th

November.

1. Mary Spencer, Fisher, from Bingupore, 17th

November.

7, Nymph, Wilson, from Woosong, 26th Doc. 1, Fr. S. La Cassini, Commander. F. do l'lsa,

from Shaughie, 3rd January,

Jane Buring, Dalles, from Whampoa.

B, Jacoba Carnelia (Du), Lodowyki, frown Har-

tlepool, 6th August,

9 Shelomi Poser, from Singapore, 38th Nov, 10, Frederick VII (Dan), Luvs, from Bally, 18th

November.

10, Mazappa, Ryrie, from Amy, 9th Janusty. 11, 11. A. B. Raider Melloreh, from Canton Jan

AT CUMMINGMOON.

§, Arrow, Dando, from Caleous.

Jan,

AT WIFAMPOL

by Austins (Am), from Calcutta.

6, H'almer Lasic, Pryor, from Hongkong.

PAMENGERS.

Pu Sholomith-Mto Puner du Femalo servant, and Miss Bowen.

Al Menghong ('lia barque Cornwall shel

Dannebrog, barque Dos Amer KL.B. Jensey, sulp Paterpolte, skip Favorio, barquit Frederick VII, belg Free Trader, saly

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lavens

Mary Hacer ship

brigating

Queen, skip (clean, ship L'or, ship Pottinger, ster Kobina, ship Norqua

CHIPPING IN CHINA.

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THE FRIEND

San Francisco

Repling

VOL. XIII. No. 4.

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Bintang Anam, barque

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Helt ulatya

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Nye, Parkin and on Buangkan Jardine, and canno

Shamook.belg Matraman, barque

bark

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Per Mazeppe Hand, Mr and Mrs Young, Mr Arrow, belg J. Williams and Br. Cottes.

Jan.

DEPARTURES.

FROM MONGEONG.

6, Nuoro Bilbaino (Npan), Vamjocs, Whaipon,

6, Bintang dam, Tulija, Whampoa.

1, Mathilda (Dan), Gullager, Whampos.

3. Sou Witch (Am), Fooner, Ainoy.

10, Shalomish, Poster, Whampon.

10, Orkney Las, Martin, Whampoo. 10, Mary Spencer, Flaber, Whamp 10, Fatorde (Sismo), Tomchose, Sinem. 11, Jana Ewing, Butler, Manila.

Dec.

FROM MACAO,

Jan. 4, N. S. de Las (Post), Jesus, Singapore.

Princess Sophia (Dut) Pellen wessel, Singapore

Jan.

FROM WHANPOA.

4, flighsyer (Am), Waterman, New York.

6, Isabel Quintana (Para), Bossey, Cam'moon

1, Solide (itum), Bayer, Hamburg.

Piclades (D), Perry, lara

PAHENGEZ

Par Bir finger, -Pur Southampton, Com. I Bayaton. R.N., & Captain R. Miller;- Mulia,

Mannes 11. 11. Kisordy and George Strachan For Bombay, Mr. McCullock-Fer Singapore Me. Realock.

BUTION

Allig

Better Comes

Herculon

Minden Hauler Salander

Sp+140

Bitx

SHIPS OF WAR IN CHINA.

Gentlemen,

Our object in addressing you by this mal is to advies you of the arrangement we have made for telegraphing messages that may be mut to no by parties selding in India, Chiun, or "Anatralia to Low- don, de any part of the Cantinent, and we shall forl obliged by your communicating them to the Ringapore Chamber of Commeren. Any mercantile firm oe pri- vale individual desiring to send a message to Triat to be telegraphed to London, or to any part of the Cop- tinent will forward the same addressed to ma, unler enter to our Alerondela ågest imperscribed. "talegra phic despeich" Dur e gent will enclose it in our pri. Tate paket, which in delivered to us by the Captain Commeding the direct steamer kanelistely on arrival of the remel in peer ; by ahia uneses the illapetch will under ordinary circumstanon, reach Lawclon or any part of the Continent before the arrival of the Mornell- Jes Mails, whereas if it is forwarded to us or to any other party residing her through the Past Offer, the Que despatch would in all probability be delivered in Lon-anga don after the arrival of the Mariella Mail, especially | Saulbampasa If our Steamers arrive here lato in the evening, in Į Supply which the Poss Coe korps theletter on the

Eext morning-

As the arcangerment is a great convenience for the merchants and where in the East, and to carry it out e?cleully we are obliged to entertain an extra coin- blishment for the purpose, you will therefore not feel it anresale that we have Exed a charge of £l fre each despatch to defray our expesars and postage, in adition the wilay for regisphing the message. Further, we expect that the receiver of the despatch will pay us all the expenses on the bill being presented to him by our agent, uwil in case of slemur we shall rake no nailer of any message that may be sent to us for bón subarquently If, however, you think it preferable yon may collect the meningen 'to be t'egraphed from benes, dressing them ta sa under cater

ter to bar Alex. andria Agent, charging the sander of each mentage 41, for which you will geto na treslit ; if this is conv ment you inform us accordingly. The charge for te'graphleg 20 words from this acrom the footmens, and per bewaring to London is about 16 Borine and en brutera or 29 shillings staring. The despatch must be written in legible wordla, a conventional figures or angle letters are not re?ived and there in no cliance of the mmugt being mada kuewo by the employé - in tha relegraphie filce, as they are on osik met to divulge what is given to them to be telegraphed. Despatches for Germany or Venner may be forwarded in the Ore man or French languages, mume for England should be la the English language. We remain, &c.

?�Fro Press, Nar, 19.

Translated from the Javasche Courant, Dec, 10) The French government organ the Moniteur Communicated news from Eastern Asia, from which | we extract the following:

The American house of Russell & Co. the Senior partner of which is U. S. Consol General in Chion, I according to the latest news, sent their Clipper Brada, to Japan, fut the purpose of opening mor- Cantile connections, protected by the U. 8. men of seat, and favoured by the prewn which Com. modore Perry's presence shall make upon the Ja panese GovNIDIMAIL.

Winchester

AMAR CAN Lesingran Macedonia

Powhatan Mymonth

AL

Play.

Tabel tuletava, barque Peru. S

Helilah Tar, barque

Laimte, baryso

Daniel Ray barque Deutschland, ship Party Bird, barque Flying Dutchman, ship Gaella, skip

Heabury, ship

J. Jeejeobboy, whip

John Hacks

Helt Saremat

Harber

Ham. Ketels [Brum] sos{Ld Melt || 263 Pack A.1241 Hubbard

20|1863|Dollard

Hill 473 Lambert

barque

1

Dan

John Wood, ship Mathida, beigusien Handsques, brig Neptune, ship

Neare Wilbane brig Owyn, belg

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For New York.

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KOTTED, PRINTED AND PRINED, PY TUR PROPHinton, WILLIAN TABRANT,

Qoven's Hood West, Victoria, 1851.

AND HONGKONG GAZETTE.

OF CHINA

PUBLISHED WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS AT NOON

VICTORIA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1854.

PRICE $10 per unnum,

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION to the PRIEND OF CHINA AND HONGKONG GAZETTE, per Annum, 14 Spanish dollare, payable in advance,quizterly or otherwise, at option. Single Numbers vicom TERMS OF ADVERTISING.-Ten Ilwes and under, 1 Sp: Dolle; additional, 10 oruts??line. Repetitians one-third of the Brat ragalur insertion Ships, - Pirat Inversion. Sp. Dora, subsequent insertions 45 cents. Advertisements to have written, on the face of them, the number of times they are required to appear.otherwise slicy will be publlebol until countermanded. A reduction of twenty dve per cont on usual charge made when quarterly sounds are cundared for advertisements ordered to stand undisturbed for a period of three months. Full charge made for repetiton of any Adverthenient to the OvanLIIMA Nodies of Brine and Estaten will be laserted in both Ovanand and Bami wechi liitossunum ordered to the contrary.

TRIESTE ROUTE.

THE AUSTRIAN LLOYD'S STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S STEAMERS, ply regularly between Alexan dria and Trinate corresponding with the monthly and hymonthly Indian Steamers,

The fares have been reduced and the following rates have been færd, viz

In Chan £16, 2nd Clues £11, 3rd Chun £7, including Table money and fers

Arrangements have been entered into belwan the Directors of the Pexinanier and Oriental B. N.

Company and the Directors of the Austrian Llayd's 5. N. Company, that-

Is Patongens intending to proceed from Chile Trinate, con trærive ticket from the Peninsular and Oriental Company's Agents for Alexandria.

2nd, Pawanonne' Baowaon can be shipped, from Alexandria by the Peninsular and Oriental Company's Beamtia for Southampton; the Freight being Ten Shillings Sterling por ?Cwl

FOR PORT PHILLIP AND BYONEY.

THE A. 1. Portuguese barque "THE MELGA, will have quick despatch for the shove porta.

For Faxion of Passion, apply to

MEYER, SCHAEFFER & Co. Hongkong. or l? ANGHER & ALLANBON

Canion.

Hongkong, 21st November, 1853.

FOR SAN FRANCISCO,

THE A. 1. British ship "ROBINA," J MOWHA Manter, will have quica despatch.

For FuxiONT OF Pamson apply to

METER, SCHAEFFER & Ca Hongkong, 24th November, 1853.

3rd, Receipts for Caneo and Bruct intended for Shipment to Triests, will be granted by ibr Penlasala and Oriental Company's Agone to the Alexandria, inalcad of to Dues a formerly, but each Package le to be provided with a white label, nwideh is lutinatly marked in print.

POR SAN FRANCISCO. THE A. I. Dutch ship" 1818," Cap- 24 in A. F. Chigua, will be despatch ed on or about the tat January neat, for above part. For FREIOT, apply to

MEYER. SCHAEFFER & Co.

Bonghong, Ist December, 1863

In Tranet for the AUSTRIAN LLOYD'S STATE

For further particolare apply to

WM. PUSTAU & Co. Agents at Hongkong and (auto,

Hongkong, Jul July, 1853.

NOTICE.

THE NETWERlando India Steam

Zu JAYA," having born engaged by the Java Goverment for the service of the bi-monthly Mail between Batavia and Singapore, under contract for 12 monthe, will ply regularly during that period between Batavia and Singapore leaving the former port about the 10th or 11th of every mouth, and Singapova within 24 hours after the arrival there of the Meil which leaven Southampton on the 4th of the preceding month.

The rate of Pusenge money are as follows :- COMEF CAB?N. From Singapore to Rhio- Do da. to Misto Tho do. to Batavia Retom Tankets from Singapore to Batavia and

vice are 130

BECOND CABIN. From Bingapore to Minto-

38 ..76

26

Do.

do. From Bingapore to Rhie

to Batavia-

n48

DECK PASBENOPKB.

Do. do. Do. do,

so Mioto - 10 20 to Batavia

1.

Do.

8

19

Children under 10 years of age bell price

of

Free. For further information apply to Meera MALAIK WATSON & Co. Directors, Batavia-er to Memors MACLATOR FRASU & Co. Singapore,

Batavia, 26th April, 1882.

NOTICE.

~N and a fer Monday the 22nd instant, until fumber notice, the Homakone and Canton BTRAN COMPANY'S BEAMS will ply regularly between Hongxone, Cantor and MADAO, avery Monday, Wednesday and Friday (unimo previous matice of deviation be given) as follows:-

New British Lorcha · VICTORIA." will ined regularly between flongkong and Conton. Cargu taken at moderate raies,

THOMAS ROBERTS,

West Point, Hongkong,

19th December, 1863.

FOR SALE. TWO ROUGES on the Sowib side of

Gough Street, each having Garden, Stables, Coach-llouses, & Ground-rent

J. F. EDGER, Hongkong, 2nd January, 1854.

moderate,

TO LET.

EEL TWO COMEDIONS HOUSES on the Bouth Hide af Gough Street, and another on the North Nido of the same Stat, zuch whih Buat Tes, Out-bones, Garden, &c. Apply 10,

J. F. EDGER. Vitoria, Brd March, 1859.

TO LET. THE HOUSE in Stanley Afret adjoin-

ing the one now occupied by Mr Co MELATE. For particulare apply to

N. DUUS & Co. Hongkong, October, 1858.

TO LET.

MA

HOUSE la Carlton Terrass contelo-

A ing Sing Rooms and 2 Bed Rooms, with outhouses aliachað, and large accommodation for servants on the ground floor. Apply to,

TURNER & Ca

Hongkong, 12th July, 1853-

TO LET.

well known Mission Premises (for Misian purpoars only) of Rev, I. J. ROBERT in Canion. The place is healiby, comfortable, well known by the Natives as a preaching place, and desimble Mission station. Let any wish to rent call and examine the place, and apply to Meera Russell & Co. for the terms.

Canson, lot January, 1854.

The Boat leaving Henesova on Monday and Canton on Friday, will call at Macan, starting at A. M. The hours of departure at other times wit M8 A. 1. and the bouts will proceed direct between N Hoxton and CANTON. When inducement offers the Boats will call at Cumotnomоon but previous notice of such deviation will be given when prac- teable.

H

The fares will be as heretofore.

02

$1.50,

In Clam Parnarna between Hongkong, &

Canion and Macno & Canton 19. 05. Between Hongkong and Micro - Eck Pamengete, European--

Melaye, &c. Chineet, - $1. Passengers desirous of procending to Macao for a short period may obtam return Tickets, areilable for the Grat o gesond Steamer after their arrival, m the reduced rates of between Hongkong and Marao, and $12 batween Canton and Matae."

Every Bracle Passenger will be allowed one servant fren of sharga,

The venals will convey Freight on the termi of their published scale; on whieb, however, some reduction will be made for large quantities, by special agreement.

& Payments whether for Freight or Parenge to be made in Spanish Dollars.

LYALL, STILL & Co. Agents H&C. &. P. Ca Flongkong, 18th Augum, 1883.

WANTED TO CHARTER. CHIPS of from 600 Tons and upwarde for conveyance of Chinese Emigrants La Havana. Apply to

LYALL, STILL & Co. Flongkong, 14th November, 183.

TOTICE in hereby given, that the Copartnership

heretofore anboelating between Yoon Jong Monnow and Jamzu ?tapnanoon, under the Style Dr Firm s1 MURROW, STEPHENSON & Co. has been this day dissolved. The undersigned, assuming the responsibil?tes of the said Firm, will in future conduet the business on his own accom and in bis oWD BRING

Y. J. MURROW.

Hongkong, and Janusty, 1954.

NOTICE

PUE Copartnership hitherto existing between the Uletsigurd, under the Firm of A.H FRYER & Co, is this day dimolved by mainal content.

A B. FRYER.

1. T. D??SILVER.

Hongkong, lat January, 1854.

??W

17ITH reference to the abave Notice, Mz H. T.

Du BILVER is authorized to make all Ac counts for the late Firm of A. 1). Farar & Co

A. II. FRYER. A. T. D??BILVER,

leoghong, Id Janosry, 1854.

NOTICE,

17E have this day established at Canton, under

the same style, a Branch of our basics Merchants and General Agent.

Mr. EpUND AlRxandru STILL is authorized toelen our frin by procuration, and will represoni In ni CANTON,

NOTICE THE undersigned bege to Intimate, that the business heretofore carried on by the Firm of A. fl. Farza & Co, will hwcoforward be con ducted by him under the style of De SILVER & Co., which Mr Gao. P. De SILVER is authorised to sign

H. T. Da BILVER Hongkong, ist Janunty, 1854,

LYALI, STILL & Co. Hongkong, Ist Ine, 1858.

NOTICE.

TS herrby given that the Copartnership heretofore existing between the undersigned, carrying on business at Victoria, in the Colony of Hongkong, se Menchante and Counimo Aours, ie this day disolved by mutual consent.

9 B. RAWLP. 8. DRINKER

Hongkong. 18th August, 1853.

-900- reference to the above advertisement it is outified that the said concern will be wound. up by Ma & DRINKER, who is authorised to adjust all seenunin, and to whom all correspondence will be addressed.

?. B. RAWLE. 6. DRINKER, langkene, 18th August, 1959.

NOTICE. PUE ondersigned bego to give novior that he will carry on a Gunzual Commatalon and Adamer Bosingas, under the style and firm of DRINKER & Co. and will occupy the promises of the lets fim of Rawan, Ducar & Co.

S. DRINKER. Elongkong, 13th Augan, 1953,

NOTICE.

THE interes and respons billy of Mr A. L

AGADKO. Ja, in our Firm cessed from this date, mod vor Business will be conducted under the Byle of G LAGAGED & Co., which

Mr Malone Agazzo is authoriard to sign.

A. & G. L AGABEG, Canton, Est January, 1864

NOTICE. POE interest and responsibility of MR OLIVER

EVERETT KOBERTS in our Firm at Can

tom and Shanghas oensed en the 20th Juno lasi.

WETMORE & Co. Canton. 31 December, 1853.

NOTICE. THE interest and responsibility of Mr Janentza EDULER In our firm at Canton, consed on th |B1st December 1863,

NGSBERWANIES ARDASELB BHANJAH & Ca

Camon, 4th January, 1864.

71TH reference to the above notification I beg

to intimate that, from this day, I have esta |blished myself as COMMENTION ANT and MR-

chant in this placo,

NEBSERWANJER ARDASEER BIJANJAI. Caston, 4th January, 1951.

NOTICE.

THE Business heretofore conducted in my tane will in future be carried on under the style of P. & J. BYRAMJEE COLA wherein my Brother Mr JAMAIEN BYNAMER CO4 is ad

missed Partner.

PESTONJEE DYRAMJEE COLAH. Canton, 31st December, 1864.

NOTICE.

HR CHARLES BRODERSEN is admitted a 1 Partner in our Firm both at Canton had Hongkong.

WM. PUSTAU & Co.

China, el July, 1888.

NOTICE.

THE interest and responsibility of the late Mr William Bunny Wandlay in our Gm terminated on the 20th of September last,

Canton, 12di November, 1853.

OR TITH reference to the above advertisement the business of the House will bo conducted an

befure by Me D_JOUINSON under the ova

ALL

17

HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.

A MONT ARTONISHING CURE OF SCRUPULOUS ULLENS-A CARE CERTIFIE BY THE MAYOR OF BOSTON,

Copy of a Letter from J. Nobla Boq. Muyor of Boston, Lincolnshire,

To Promos For Loway.

Dear Bit-Mex Saralı Dizon of Linterpond Br Boston, has the day d-posed helor that for Bilerable period the severely sliced with fulogs Notes and Ut in lat aron, fret, lugs, and other parts of her body and although the dret of me dical advice was obtained, at the cost of a large kam of mury, she whtxined abutment of suffering, but gradually grow words.

Being recommended by a frland to try your Cint ment, she procured a sonali jut, and a box of the Pille, and before that was all nand, symptoms of amendme appeared. By perverslag with the planes for a the time longer,ording to the directions, and mictly adhering to your cales as to dlat, &co, sing was perfectly cured, and enjoys the best of th

Ir mais, Dear Air, yours truly,

Dated Aug 19th, 16 3 ('gned) J. NOBLE AN EXTRAORDIN, V AND RAPID CULT OF ERYSIPELAS IN THE LPG, AFTER MEDICAL AID AD FAILER Copy of a letter from Mr. Blisabeth F'zalm, of the Post Ofico, Adwich war Begur, Sam, Sams

Jan. 1943 1343 To Phormon flowcomer,

Hir- suffered for a considerable period from a severe stuck of Erysipela, whilek at lupgik ontled in my leg, and resisted all medical treatment bly oní. ferings were very great, and I gulte dayaleed of any permanent amendment when I was advised to have re

ose to your intment and Pilla. I did as without delay, and am happy to say the result was sociaandy suconiafol, for they clfouted a rudinal cure of my leg and restored me to the joys of hoolch. Itali ever spook with the not perfidoner of your wo cines, and have com "dal ?ầên t? vise i neighbourhood similari? silicand, why Grind mai beast-1 am, Bis, your old fallts] forvint,

(Signed) ELIZABETH TE?T?K

A DREADFULLY VI?BASED ANULS.

AFTER BEING GIVEN DANKT 20 TY, AT MALTA AND PORTMOUTH, INSPITALA The following sportant som leden is bom for wanded to Profesane l'Aloway for |

B. BITON. Chemlas Kg Man Awalden. De M

Copy of Latter from Captain Faith at Grah Tas mouth dated Janery 180, 1845.

Te Mr Dio,

Dear Sir, and you the pertimulato of a rare fed by Profesor Hojoway's to valuable caclicite 1 Mr JOHN WALIon, Inte la Eter Majesty's Servios, to the British Fleet at Malty, had a very hol ulawenled ?�anele, mid after having been in the Maka joupla?i for six moutbe, was sent to England as al lavalt to farts- mouth Iapital, where he smelted on ivássia Sage months, there, on at Malin, refading to have che la amputated, he was turned out incurable Bethan came to Yarmouth, and was under u modfoal ganišerman for about three momtha, ut diis ançin became so much worse that all hope was last. At this period, by my advice, he tried Hollowa,' Clotment and Pilla, which by unremitted application, besked all the alcun, and restored to perfect luth and strength,

I remain, Dear Ble, yours vary truly, (med) JOHN SMITH. Albert Hotel Great Yarmouth.

SCAPAIMING CURE O'A DAD BREAST, NEK.

AND GENERAL

YOUR DAILY NATIL

Copy of a Letter from Mr. T. F. Ket, Cherwist &, Lower Mann-lant, Afungkener, dated Fab, 14th, 1953. To Fmoramos llocs,

Dear dir- have great pleasure in forwarding to you the particulure of a very extraordinary care of a Und breast, effect il solely by the use of yang palalated Ointment and Pill. Mrs. Momens Bras, of Plu street, in this Town, but been for a condilerable time Ibouring peder nervous debility, lom of appetita, and general ill health, occanqisl by ulcerated" sounds to the breast she had had much experience in the ma all die known reweilies fi ??the ente of oleers, but with- out any bet Brial result, in fact she bad hourly lo att faith and hope of a car being effected, la thn die. tressing and poleful consition of body and min-l, sho www paranded to have recourre to pour jurakable Ointment and Pilts, which she twinediately did, and ia the course of a very short time the effect produced was most astonishing; her appetite was speadily (improvel the notes and ulcera in the breast gradually bented, and the nervous excitement of her eystem was wholly re moved,

I remain, Dear Gle, your faithfuly, (Signed) T. PONSTER KER, The filla skrald be used conjointly wich the Ofactment in

mour of the fulliming comes Bad Legs

Corna (Bob) Bad Breat

Careers

IES BOWMAN will sign for la Cor by gravera?ion

Dopik w. fi.WARDLEY & Co. (tik Novel), 1889.

NOTICE.

laườn bering chime against the Estate PO WILLIAM HENRY WARD. are desired to set them in forthwith to Mest

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bove-the

"Gun

Bite-beads

Glandulár Bwell. Tumourn

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Yawn

Chingo-foo ?MMalos Chapped banda Lumbago

Piles

Sold by all Druggista, and as Profetuer lolloway

establishment, 244, Strand, London.

By Mr. JM. Da BILVA, and by HINNAM, ibair Bros.

also by WONG ACHEW-Hongkong,

Sr. J. M. Da FUNCECA,-Mecha

and learn ACOW & Co.-Cantons

W. 11. Wardley & Co. Canton, or in Mesata Jante Bowman & Co. Shanghar, and those in debind to the old Estate are requested to make | Al 11. Tad -26 9d.-4r, 60.-113',-221. & 134.

maaliate payment to the said parties.

D. JOHNSON.

P. B. JOHNSON,{istrators

Chaton, 9th November, 1858.

each put or Bor.

There is a considerable saving by making sho large 1300.

N.B.-Directions for the guldamot of patients in ANT Disorder se aard to each Pal

�?0

NOTICE.

YH JAMES COOK admittel & Partner

soth me from and after this data.

The Bostan, wolf be continued under the Nione sul Sigh at TINOS, HUNT & C6,

TOOMAS HUNT,

JAMES P. COOK.

Whumpon, 194 Janusry, 1951,

TOOS AUNT & Co.

no to karps Large and Exirnove Assortment of SOP CHANOLERY, nt the very Lowest Prices

Whampoa, Ir Jaworry, 1951.

CIRCULAR.

Earn the inform you that we still continue Business in. Akash, under the style sad firm of LANGLOIS, McKELLAR & C?

Our old experience in the Rica Tande je skr pusiamies for the good execution of all orders iranated to "*,

J. P. LANGLOIS

"DUNCAN MCKELLAR. Akrob, 11th October, 1931,

NOTHE

PIE undersigned have been appointed Agents at

Hongkong for the subscribers to LLOYDS MasterofVonsciente requested to enuimuricat In thru intelligence of Jus-és, neci·lents, the spak. ing of Virrels, and any general information Lary cvarider el importanco er ínterest to the saberniber?

LY ALL, STILL & Co. Hangkong, 3rd September, 1852.

NOTICE.

LONDON ASSURANCE CORPORATION, Exublished by Charter (720, Dent & Co, Agents in Hongkon

THE undersigned, nor doly auth tinel by the shore Corporation to INSURE FRO Loss OR DAMA?E BY FIRE, Kong, ut Enildiga Goole, Here' antiza and VanPrix Pori

Fit Close, en Bevers in private cecup ti n en't, wah external Walls of Stown or Brick, ana covered with Slate, Tile, Metal, Comment, and other Incom bustible Malerist, detached, or adjoining one,

2d Cxas, op ?nens or Bou?INGS core ed and covered as above, justly or entirely used as Go downs, and deraebel; and on Goops and Man- CHANDIZE, no bazardous, in such tuilhuge,

3d Class, on Herare or Bulbinus as above, adjoining other Builhuge, and on Goone mel Mirm- CHANDISE, not hazardous, therein,

4th Claia, on Horny or Beitiakas erected and covered no abwve, in which hazardous Goons nie dope sited, but wo hazarduus tunde carried on,

5th Class, on SurPS.

Aaners may be affected for the period of 12, 6, or Monthe

No Assumasen is in force until the Prominion thercon is paid.

For further particulars, reference is requested to benimle to the undersigned,

Hongkong, 6th October, 1953.

DENT & Co. Agenix.

TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. THE Directors of the Avaratan Laoyim Stran

NAVIGATION Company in Trieste, have made Arrangements for TELEGRAPHING MES- BALIES to London, or to any furt of tha Continant, sant to them from 7. kina.

The Messges should be sent under cover, super- scribed Telegraphic Despatch," to the Hexandria Agent, lut trapsmission through the Commending Officer of the Bleamer, and to be delivered immedi ately on mijlval of the Vaseel at Friente.

The Charge for Tek graphing 20 Words ferom Trieste per Submarine to Tandon, is nhout 10 FT? ruz, or 32 Shillinge Sterling ; aud £1 Surling for dern Blue-go

The writing must be in legible words

For further particulare, apply tu

W. PESTAU & Co. Agents at Hongkong and Conton

Hongkong, 27th October, 1883.

NOTICE

Seamen's Hospital

TRISTIKE

Honourable Datid Jardine, Esq. C. D. WEL Lama, Esq, Hon W. T. Mencer, Esq., R. 8. WALKAR, Esq Superintendent of the P. & 0. Steam Navigation Company, (ez of cia) Treuer,-J. C. Bowers Esq.

Resident Surcon-Peren Youso, Erg. Consulting Surgeon,--W. A. UlawEASP, Eag

M.D. Ading Colonial Surgeon

Terms of Admission.

Public Warde

Intermediate Wards,

Private Rooms,

75 cents per day.

11

2

Dilar

Patients are also admined un deposits, at the fol kuwing tatan,1geewable one day previous to the

mat deposited having been expended,

Public Wards

Intermodisto.

Private Ronine,

-15,

??$20, - $90,

The Captain or Consignees of Vel responsible for the expenses el Patients sent by them to the Hospital.

N. R. All Hospital Wills to be receipted by the

"I center only.

FOR BALE.

CHAMPAGNE in Pists and Quits, PORT WINE, PALK SHEBBY, CLANET and ELAMUT. all of first qu

ALSO,

NAILS of size in Cnska of 2 ew. Apply in Hongkong of Canton tu

LY ALI, STILL & Co. Hongkong, (as January, 1951.

THE FRIEND OF CHINA AND HONGKONG GA ZKTIR.

COALS.

FOR SALE at the Gudower of

MAC EWEN & CH Hongkong, 50th December, 1-83.

LIST OF GOODS

FOR SALE At Mr1 MARSIP'S Millinery Barns, Queen's Rood Hongkong.

CHOICE Selection of Box of the Last

folions consisting of V. fret, Sadio Ghee Silk, Plyn and Fine. Straws of every description

Glach noch Colored Silk Manil 4.

flick an Whao fare D

French Darege and Carliniere Shawla

French Gler & Toffets sitke ja every color. Black & Colored Silk Velvets,

Do Ribbons in all Widths. Sosh Ribbana.

Honne do, Narrow Satin, Luto & Saranet do. French Brocade Bilk Dressen

Glace Silk do., White & Colored Tulle do. Lace do. Ustege de Poin du

Striped Poplin od Norwich Luatre do. French Merino and Pain Maslia de Laine, Do, in White, Pink, Sky, Rhandral & Nap bloa French printed Cambric anil. Muslin do Flugle's Print do, Black & Colored Darage do White & Colored Tarlet nes in all culors, Swiss and ludia Book Musline

Jacconen Plom nød spotted. Viu b Back Bris Da Net, Whine do. Tulle illusion. Dowle Edgmes, Real and Imitation Lace Lice Fall D. Beither, Sleeves, Collars. Chrosites &c., &e.. de

Plon and embroidered Combric Handkerchiefs Infants' (tubes nad embroidered Frocks, 4'aps, and a vaci?�ty of under clothing. White and Colored Kid Uloves, Silk do. Bracelets and Neck tirs.

Pearl Jet and Chenillo Hand dresses. Wreaths and Bouquets, and a choice selection of Feathers & Flowers from Madame Ferince's l'oris

An oxsortment of La·lica & Childrens Hours and Shoes from Vault Este Rue de la Poizy Péy a l'aria, comprising Whùs de Colored Satin Shoes, Kid and Morocco ?? Stuff and Vodi d ?, &c. &c

Linco and f'ottom Dispera Trish Linen, Lown Hallitul, - Onlocel do.

Horrocks' Le ne-Cloth, French Long Club very fine and light, Table Cloths sary large sizes. Table Covers, Toilet Covers, Quilts, Anti-Vacanza, Lace Curvina, Mosquito Nel, Rukiel, Jaccanoi Lininge, Union and Twill do., Victoria and Veno- tian Skirting, White and 'olored Crinolines, Cri- noline Petticoate and Improvers, Corded Dino. Fine Flannels, Narsing Bisys, Ficuch Wore do Coutil do, Children's Baude, White and Colored Silk Hose, Thrred do, Merina do, Cotton da, Cotton Socks, Wool Polkas, Wool Caps & Sleeves, Gaiters, Boolaking, Claren Comforter, &c. &c.

1,

Woollen Ho. de Braided Satin and Merino do. White and Colored Satin and Merino Braided Clooks and Pelisses, Frocks, and a great

ariety of Clokdren's Clothing of all kinds.

Haberdashery, Parasols, Elastic Pagan Gericis, Sandalweb white & colure, Wide Elastic Woo el and Leather Belts, Linen Tapen, Shirt Butang, Dies and Trimusing Butons in gran variety, Bilk nod Wool Braids, Conton da, Washing do, Mobir Net, Hibbon Phis, Bugle Triemings, Bening, King and Meading Cutton, P, Neos, Hooks & Eyes, Whalebone, Covered Cane, Wall: dings, Comen Cords, fluchen, Rilbon Wire, Silk Piping, Straw Triminioge.

ALAO.

-From Price & Gosnell

A small assortment of PERFUMERY.

Mro. Maman begs to add that she will continue to receive the Latait Faquions from Landow and L'arie Monthly.

Payment to be made in Mexican Dollars, Hongkong, 30th December, 1853.

PUBLIC AUCTION,

alt by I'UBLIC AUCTION, on the Premier

NOTICE

LEWIS HELLING and Ma. BENJA. MIN GOTT KINNEAR, are admitted laitects in yur Firm.

2311THI, KENNEDY & Lo

Shan, kar, Red Jawowry, 1654

NOTICE.

GEORGE GRISWOLD GRAY in su thorized to sign our naina by procuration.

RUSSELL & Co.

Canton, 14 January, 1951

NOTICE

SUN KUIVAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK,

CASH CAPITAL $1,000,000, PIE medersigned, hara been appoisted Aassro

in Chine for the above CoaPANY, and sta prepsted in rovdi Mirka, on first closu vra-ele, to the exist of 100,000. PoLiems payable in Canton, |Bombay, Calcutta, London and New York.

RUSSELL & Co.

Cinton, Fidi January, 1934

FOR SALE. THE enign of Red and White LISBON WINE

en Omgren, just activol m Macao Apply w

RUSSELL & Co.

Canton, Ili Jonuiry, 1981.

Blurid's O.Fico Victoria, 13th January, 1551. N'o-Toon-Huno r. Hawle. Danken & Co. NOTICE is hereby given that under the Writ

of f f sued in the above action, all tha Housek. Id Furniture, Office Furniture, Merchan- dizu, or (?rds and Contela wanaoever in the House or Joo was of the D. fendante will be modi by 'uncio Avorion on Saturday 21st day of January instant.

Particulara will be given in Hand bills.

CRARLES MAY, Acting Sherif

PUBLIC AUCTION. SUPREME COURT OF HONGKONG, W. T. Mureur-Plaintif and

R. N. BEAUVAI-Defendunt, THE undersigned has received instruction from the Build of the Supreme Court to sell by PUBLIC Averton, on Tuesday the 17th January, 1854, all that pieco or parcet of Land with the Hours and appurtenances thereon erected, known No. 9, situated on the Queen's Road East, and con mod Registered in the Land Ofoe na Judend. Lot taining 4,520 square foot, at no Annual Ground Rest of £1,17,0.

CHARLES MARK WICK, Government Auctioneer. Hongkong, 14th January, 1954.

PUBLIC AUCTION. THE undersgard has received instructions to sell

by L'ULIC AUOTION on

WEDNESDAY,

the 28th day of January, 1954,

on the Promiset, No. 4 Cough Street,- The HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE of. Gentleman leaving the Colony.

All particulare will be stated in the CATALOGUE.

CHARLES MARKWICK,

Auctioneer. Hongkong, 12th January, 1854,

ENGLIS! OATS.

THE undersigned has received inatenctions to FOR SALE the FORES of the undersigned, fw bu-liek of English Ovns, mughing 43 lbs. per Guehol.

11. MARSH.

ON THURSDAY.

the 20th day of January next.

At Noon preciorly,

Unless previously disposed of by pri

as the...

sate, the folling Property,

In one Jad.

Vi Lovia, 10th January, 1984.

PER OVERLAND MAIL, ADIES' & GENTLEMEN'S White Kid Gloves of assorted sizes;

That builling in the Queen's Hand known adies' Stockings; Gentlemen's Bleach- ed and Unbleached Socks; Doeskin and Buckskin riding and driving Gloves; Neck Ties; Superfine Black and Blue Broadcloth, &c., &c, &c.

HONGKONG ULUB HOUSL And the cor buddings attached, with the land upon which the whole is built-Registered in the Lan Ore no Inland Im No. 10, measur ing 14 100 square feet-Aanual Ground Real £129.

Also in one Lot.

All the Splendid Furavure, Billiard Tables, Pine, Crockery, Glass Ware dea, &c. belonging so the above ortablishment,

Conditions of Sale, Cataloguen of the Furniture &c. will be distributed some days prior to the Auction,

GEORGE DUDDELL

Auctioner. Bangkong, Dik November, 1653.

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.

WANTED TO CHARTER

ALSO,

An assortiment of Superior Penknives,

MAC EWEN & Co. Hongkong, 14th January, 1854.

NOTICE.

Now Advertisements should be sout as early as jasible on the daya precies to publication; but generally, aterrizaments will appese in the furth coming issue if recrived at the office as late Eeren . I'edaendana and Saturdayız specially cepting the dayton which the Nails are despatched to Parupe.

LATEST DATES.

Nov. Sandwich Island. Nat

15

N..

Nue.

JOT.

?tan)

Ship of front Four to Sex Hundred To, lo carry Chino Pasengers and Cargo to California. Apply to W. TARRANT.

Nases

-

ilari

Calen

Jke.

4 Lubiana

Bomber

Dec. 18 Sing

Mantras

-

Vanil

Sydney

Nov.

3. Shourine

Dec

30

1 of G. Hope

Srpi.

Dec

ta

Franchev

Nov. 1 Nokia

Dee

Hongkong, 10th January, 1854

WANTED TO CHARTER

Ship of From Faur to Bir Hanted Tone, to catry Chinese Camenges and Cargo to Australia. Apply to

W". TARRANT,

1). ogkong, 10th January, 1854,

Nor. 14

THE FRIEND OF CHINA

AND HONGKONG GAZETTE

VICTORIA BATURDAY, JANUARY NW, 18GI,

DIARY. MEMORANDA EMIL NEXT PUBLICATION

CH

JANUARY,

1. Saturday,

6,4

031

4 Sunday,-

16 day- 47 neslav,

HIGH WATER

Rin) Bela | 3. M. | P. 4.

939 1 641 5,35 10,18) 10,51 0.11

650 1,500 24.07 6,371,23) 14.13 Full M502 Tday, at 4. 47 y. M.

SUPPLEMENTARY SUPPING LIST.

Jan.

ARIVALS AT IDNOKONG.

13 British Tor, Piecman, from Whimpor 13, Str. Gangra, Baker, from Bombay 15th 14-

Galle 25th do.. Penang 3rd January, a Singapoto 6b du

Jan.

DEPARTURE? FR13M HOY@KONG,

14, Pr. Str. Le Cassini, Commander F. de Plar,

Macao.

11, U.B Str. Susgorkunna, Capt Buchanan, Japan, 14, U. B. Ni Powhatas, Commander stelury,

Japan.

14, U. 8. Sur. Mississeppi, C'apt Lees, Japan. 14, US Store Ship Izz?ngton, Co somnader Ole-

so, Japan 14, U. 8. se Ship Southampton, Couder

Boyle, Japan.

PASSENGEND

Per Bir finger, Mre Wikon & Child, Assi-fact Surgeon Hanbury, Assist Surge An-ir-s Me Stewart, and Mi A. Aubert, Uno Nativo, murd Uwo Chinesa,

Dyrantugt frem Exuland FOR CILINA. Oct. 2ith Rose Elli-, 49h Topoz. 31kh Louisa J-cabe Jolina; Nov. Ist Klazian, 13th Mercator, 17th Emily, and 19th Ti to for Chine.

A report has reached Ceylon of the loss, in Torres' Straits, of the Brigs Druid and Antise.

1171

Tua Dutch ship" De Stud Dord-ceht" at Rin- gajmore, teports thus Vanguard, and the JF- fem from Chium, as on the 24th wit, in 1; 39' 8.- 107. E.

CANTON MARKET. Yesterday's Quotations

Patna $151,- Benares 9363), - Afahoa 9119, -Turkey $350.

HAI. Steam Sloop "RATTLER," will kate for langkung this day, no noon as she era procura

??Pilon who han barn sent for to Whampoa. The Community are invited to avail themselves of slan opastanity of forwarding Letters for the Supple mentary Mail. You will themes I believe pricvol tu Bhangbae.

J. SANDERSON. Commander, If A, 8 Lily.

Cantoo, 10th Janawy, 1851. We pullish, above, the copy of a notice politely nade by Cap. Sanderson to the Canton Com- minity, directly ho knew the Rattler was wr dered to Hongko g. We wish we could furnish e similar announcement by the Admiral to the Hongkong Community.

The day the Ratter

arrived the Post Master notified us that ki tera for Shangha e, to be sent by tho Rattler, would be received up to a that evening; and yesterday forenuan another notice was imucf, to the effect that the Rauler would not learo Matil alter the arrival of tho mail. The usail is in, and u?w we are told she will not go 'ull Monday (7)

It s pity the Superintendent of Traile does not lead kịn aid to the Admiral-to gio some definito shape to announcements of this kuml;-so that parties having interest in tho matter may know what to be prepared for.

Tuz P. & O. 9. N. Co.'s Nicaen Ship Ganger, Capt. Baker, arrived about half past nine last pare. The Ganges experienced a strong mon night.-Seven days and some hours from Si

soou all the way up the sea, rather violent for two days before making the lamel. She bring, besides 873 Chests of Malwa Opium, another overwhelming batch of treasure, vix, 1204) boxes of bar silver, dollars, and gokl, or almot a mullion and thero qua rters of dollars in value. Our Correspondent's letter is too lengthy for the present ; but the most pertinent frame of nows by this opportunity will be found below. According to the Straits Times the Cairng wi" arrived in England on the 11th of November -the "Chynolite" on the Juth. (This would be 08 for the kermer, and 108 daya passaga for the latter) Our Correspondent saya-" tho

??Cairngorm" arrived at Falmouth on the, 15th (102 days from Mocan) and Graverend ?�be 186, Bad weather hac dotamed her of Se ly some days."

The following vessele passed Anjer on the dates mentioned. Dec. Gils Flodo-Dil Planet.

and Mystery-11th Panic-14th Fleetwoul from Shanghac-Living Ags, from Canton, and Vancouver, from Fulchow.fu-18th Countes of Seafickl-20th Security.

g

London, 14th November, 1453, The Nens fa the banka of the Law is all adorare. und mile qars; iba Tacks hare with sut d?ult ezbitua

mago ok ass and na want ud discipline, but, an the contrary,

part the fu-eiena notch trouble and ante achevril La je 1940 one sabey over ike t'a te'n trag", - A registeka seas by die Homaanauyet the Turks, nu-l-like fastir lang use the Dena', a current he is wrik, but the to be it sa Chine Parka rekostet with part où får La to mpgove bón pannon. We see rap vting thing

moze dormire exets ilaw, but she wear nam pretty cezioni 12 The Cxur mid the Sultan tove leath tested ske one. war with wound, on that the bênd buh v�?rals tape

as thing securing bứt th d mittmaner vi tho struggle un le party up il at klund,

THE FRIEND OF CHINA AND HONGKONG GAZETIE

in use in 4'kinn, the insurers are table for anything ¦ months, carried on la exænding ved short of an laulute total toug I thin while of the mitcler ionoted. Me Pullard appened for toe Plein Till the A Turney tentral and Mr. Tarcant for the Betendents The facts are briefly thene: De Mello & Co, shipped a certain quantity of bags of rice last peat to Califormis in the Marion Mcintyre, and in sound them at 2} per cent in the Cintos foverance

Itu mud "Turks in up, and there wine finle chance office, under n Policy containing the warranty of

" krve from particular average." The vessel ex porised bad weather emily in her voyage, jetti zo ed soins of her cargo, and par luck into Hung. kong with the camiler, partly dangel. So voys were held at the request of the Citrin (the ship bring unable to continue the voyage,jauta porn of the rice recomeneteled to len sult by tho

Cur Aluare date met in Cabinet Council every day Darby, and is in anderwrnod that " Peace or War" i the waste. Lt kan belat e inglik a French Tito antered the Ul.tk ser, but that to som csuttale. Nu te huweser expects at pas sent, that England will

rely la the struggle, ni tho nama thưpe we are v�?katana qui bout this mult.

--

The death of the Queen of Pungal in chľð÷ed, kus and mounderable mention, look na trænede the pome Qin kerse (personally and`slov mah kapret so the je li Biel uendattus of the Counter. The Kog Commat 10p- The funeral of her late Quen se ? place poned treat

nih 19th instant, and all was your thin and up to the lea ropory S01 there is considerable danger of autolutionary mos meta-blagapore Free Press.

From LLOYD, MATHESON, & Cu's Larren,

Le Bon, November 29, 1953. The China Maila arrived on the 20th ult sod bant; latest dates to the end of September. Throu_boot they

e past month nar Market has been is excited me. Immediately after the trip of the letters, on the 12th inst, confirming the graphie intelligence tectered via Triente, ex- Irtive transactions were entered into both by spec In and dealer, the former operating chicly in emanon Congo, and the latter in the strong blo How kinds, which repally advanc 4, and may now be quoted 3d, to 41. per ll, higher than at ibu datu last month; common having advas cod from 1d. to la 3, and the strong a-te from 18. Jd and te Ad to te Gd and 1, 74, with a firm market at thes quotations. The improved position of our musiker les cunbld out a to be effected in Now Sea-ou'a

(From the Froo Press January 4)

On 10th December slam U.19 grommetskiy Joku Hanenck, Caplan Redgren, arrived at Batuviu un hor way to join the Jepun quadre Other three vessels seen, ed to follow. On the 15th December the Bu eb merclient verne) Utens alba, chino ta ancher in Ontayin qonda, having belt. Dem

Với n ứng 16th N N

the 20th Augun there arrived in the unde of Nag pak, and will retasine in the Papel har

??departure of the Hendrika, a Itusion (rigst, HOTTES to, per esmahin and a umenpet, under commend of Adooral Petrowie, konguga lenei leven doo ( hanenike of Kusem to the Kasparov if Japan 176 ile What September, 4e Admiral and a great ranný vllierta were me ived by tha goteam of Waguchi with post si ermany and matku-l se- pes The letter was recited and forwarded ??the expital Zeds but no unewer had been ree les, up to the deporteen v? the Hendrik

swale, from my own personal kombi (g, that pre Some have been carraralamayees 2 will, but I was fully awnie of the fact test a treur. fal impresion to th. etlicet prerade antong the community, and to this case nolely would tat toboto the origin of the late shstgsbandry,

Do you know of any duf reuse sa the ma.). of aldrining roles and if the treatment they re reive during the Lot few yesen and then added minze trockily 7 As to the made ??f alterumL egolier, in its details, I am entirely ignarunt; fon in tegard to the unede ad treating the 12,3 15 (1); aware of the fact lea), while previously. Ca si els gaped to go as confies enjoyed their muretranod Letty I think, untill the cig of then en back vine, there have been established of late, both on alep board wad uu ahore, depo's where the coulus have bvod

Corual 6, uneatening that the young tona had beco reland (for the actual termin ured I can refer, if

Dr. Boeting to the Enth of M Cocobury

(Bretired March 2) Ms Lu

15

Hargkong, January 5, 1953. lateforenen to my dewjrate of 15 Daveronteer, pes Istinul, by who col my intention

laranguática frase this corandre kuna leg leur paragone a lo ngie wluch the aforeme at Amsy, n t wholly unanticipated by me, hive geven all peer-at

The wo die egration may be divili Linto tw categories that which takes place at the five porta whore by Tony we have a right to trife, wal that which is extried on from great and pleen where we have no sight, and where trying mon Ta deene la diane Lafreths of Arucle VI of der supplementary Tieny woh China.

Vaanids Lading wils cd may be consilerel wter en claw: Betish veinels cosseyang coules ta Brittal colunica, futrigu ves-cle convey. coolies to Bratesh maduniya's foreign vessela caveting enotare la foreign countries or e fontes, Unach of thene divisions & purpose to isku klow tonnika.

Any cucal lecido inquity for sonicco, any erm.

a sogle husan ng beyond te p petiban for obesimng dùm in dl, any dewa supply of volumtree, will in China lon) tu m'unes. Suels see the vemaking mul profbynes of pride of licers, such th

for galam ng jonato l of the people, tha uulis trade will ineen.y be acted with rolarinos and crueluca. 1 it only be unless it that men are wanted, unl they will be of an Lubtained by collum, etlos pitiga, ituinds, fulee ote, vilances, #nderstanding with the Morlatans, and the abomina mea will u course be maximes it where ustholty is m"ttable and the demand my arsite

The whole of it was unshopped into Murrow, Stephenson & Co.'s goduwen, and the 901.r.d sperated from the bad, i, 8., that portion per con mended to be sold. Then bail portion was peur- 42. you know of any specific cate where a ed by the testimony of metien) and other witoms evoley has been held in onshormal contrary to by is a partially paid condition, the gates em bie anu wish of that vi his friends 7-4 1ook nating train it producing sickness. De Melt & Co's aboot a l'onight before the disturbance miere, ing FORMA VỀ M? was sold by public muctiuni, mud pru- and Ferrant menusel on tourning to me that being duced 1.73 per pecul (uni 173 per picul, the had been duen at the adiel in irunt of Mr Nymo's learned but aut mereuntile Attorney G-menal grava

buna, along with the relatives of a young mati fton ly and repeatedly stated, to the amusement - fasey Los own village who wished in havo lum sedraved, erd d co, and the sound patios Wo forwar a", uocurding to their statement, he had been dan ward to California in another ship it was lip- ecivel buil was confined against their will, if not ker s ro, that there were at that to spp. how will. My servantulio stated, fost on going abrue in Dongkong for kilosing or otherwise, to the shed they could find no mode at comment doctoring badly danged rice, It was proved slot | ing with the young man, and be slzo stated that among the jetzoued and sold portions, share ware

those were the free in of several gifices at the same 185 bags of rice balonging to the Pisimulle. time in attendance there for like objarte and with De Mello & Co. having giren ustice of tonno bence succos, fin was much Mlected by the ment to the underwriters in due time, new sought to tire instance, mid begged of me to do what I could recover from the office, as for a total load of part of to have the young man relax d and resented to him the articles i sural, the value of the lags of rice

frivade j-tizoned and old as damaged. The Attorney QDd you adapt any means, and what, to obtain General opposed the claim on there grondslat, the listy of this young man -A. On the alter. that the vasage h?d maves tuken place, the plip not having will frem Hongkong for San Francisco: Mr Symes hong, I neeilemally mat wil Mr Cor non of tùn saine day, when passing at the front of 24, that the rice having existed in specie do rice,

The opium nations were early Grad spin se nale, in Me Syme's employ, and need the convenient plates for the supment of cooler. A when sold could not be considered as a total loss;

case lom The sad that the coolies had perfect large force in blwa 34, that the exoted a custom in Insurance mai- hberry to gu in or nut, and sivo spoke to the elect

· Hieroj a bystein cl mondister. ference but base suscza nad simurt a nder-sity. tera in Chim to the effect that the warroully against that any such person on being ??plied for would be No muthority is prevent to chana way want t Tarry Cangoue at rutes which the dusters had pru Particuler Average exempted the uniters imdi-tely allowed to go. On the evening of the vrouely declined.

fz?m responsibility, unless the whole of the tetes

merlotogs 2 wind ('n "ving nanda, the opuru al. 199 anne day I met with Me Wardery, who hid licen wensch supplies the Caston demand and that of the insured were absolutely lost, and shat no claim ex-

hear for 1-me tide as no agent to v Zoopring condiditets to the west ". Casian, bar, next to Anoy, isted for either constructivo or absolute tuigt fo??de Cuba, sind meistöanesh Lim sanır cavo to him. Has of part The fist ground was almos, sa a on aban

Dvenue ?se of the site ipad places of sh pusat. mla stenute in regard to the casu wete to the effect, | Stour the & storh duend ne motiound; but the recod and thinl that was on the proper party conectaud, b. 1

Ay, Namoa, Alber jandi statom, hand taled tan C. points were ably argued on both sides, Air Pollard that he would speak to Air Syme amout the car,

wa of contre. uk for motora atronunualy endeavouring to exclude all eradenco

the other for Austraha, and and that he thought the proper course lui me la propitations are sing there, I am informed, for as to the custom contradictory of the words of the like would be simply to send u note with the young the excelion of sere

como and for carrying on the Policy. The Chief Jaslice, permitted the oc's ende tile Cornate, wh whom I kid coolinde on

to this custom to be called-stating bewever that altemly spoken on the subjet

y ex'endive sexie," I Love Ela duuled nul, he would not allow custom to rary, control, or com.thu were durs, that the young man would be in

reason to know the the great oplum bou-s are suit fast alarmed 1 trad of the terme of the Policy, but would only ru

mediately relamud. The following day, accord

the adjacency of thung onlin depots, and that the ceive evitenes of cualora as to any ambi usus

ingly, I wrote Rote to Mr Curnalú, cscribing ordered to quit the neighbourbed of tluse coulis spomin vrach at Nossos ate words in the Pulicy, and the conclusion of the

the young man's pamo sud mutira sidng", &c congregatice. I ca noi coom) from your Lord- Adney General's defence, without hear ng Mr

This note was taken to the bung by the young ship my approsousso that the guhering together, Polled ruply, his Lordship stated that he would

man's relations, accompanied by my own survani, under the easing class, of coalies in thes take time to c-neider, sud that if we mad- no lut.

who was axioms to go with them. A short time remote places may sad to sapazonu evil, to reb. after they artcant sotunel will a axe end tganda shujt free place where trade in ther mention of the case, the decision was to be con.

mod fl-al-hal pa large scale. tulered in Carour of the Plaintiff; but that he would probably mention it again on Wednesday. On

abrolutely interdie ef by Toy, Her Maiemy's Thuraday (Today).-

Government way he to cynder how far the principle laid down, in your Ford-4179 despatch of the 20th Uctulier, is to be read as regarde loca. lities. Jttere the Clubese du soi calores their Q Would you be good enough to put sho note own law to cite trou, and it is quits int lligible relested to in evidence, and allow your servum to

that put doing so when they are able, we can hard- be cad 1-4. The dot-1 bekere I neve, and by le boil for cog einigtaste to our c if so will be happy to produce it, My servanties, and waking up. Or the protaction and should think also will be willing to give his evi-

confort. But oneguda alopments of con from place where the Chin sa kucharkika are wholly lpless, from platre where we have pledged our selves that flee Majne y's subjecte al af uit, unde, and that Henan slope all not load or discharge, shall we, ought we, te exceed the oplum hlutge lo quether species of tric, wholly unprotected by ibe gusta-ters velitel the wealth positivt soil high chrterter of the grẻm opum houses viter 7 As regards Bratch slope loading or dierburging at unlawful places, it up, or to me that Her Möj-sty'a Government posteric angle and pleanty power. should it een fit to excreted, Then comics the oljection so loudly are nonetently braid. "It' yuu probalut Heitles "tups and British merelianis, you rely transfer ? voimalla trade tu fureiga vovala and latvija ar vantarmen." The argumont would junity wny peol ble abominations permiste ! by the laws of me iation and prohibed by wo Law of another Bitrise Majani (juvetwisent, bering kreatios of my wers Commerce with China, now be diønnet i ti pret dit will trading with illegal placca, it went, cleriy have an absoluta The Commere Gevrement right to and from- dist nations having a Trosty whoever should out bellowed to vejo cookta from all 310 excluded; and mugle Ft be #a "mnirons wieder the Chers fluvecam ni, in onda je state uwa wa kwe-a, in zat went to expers an them in music cung their athing, in the of the principle that no other mathra she?! matumpy p?ed ges in China, which non denied cous 7 1 his late) ngowe a vast ajaran Lo whether the sou vilestant, of the 'i maty vs DIN part of the Couran, bei Tu o ill will or weakura, hay but suction sur veking other porla (on toure which sto now leglly meetery war. The soly Barruments poker, samo prekion with our- salong, as having 3 roshen gogh Chion, are inges of the United Sporo zad Fran. The Bank) Trin (The O?lanan menigration to DIDIT N? stinat wholly confined w like.

Nothing further was known neganding the. Usted states pagonisaluña Thun what hon sirendy b on pugilated,

The death of die Emperor of Japan is contined. Ba Percer, the cluse enner, had set yet been sword

A born some at Dewi

Tin Alta Cabformin, of the 2016 November states that James Keenan Esq, reevnily ap pointed United States Consul at Hongkong, lad arrived at San Francisco in the "Cinklen Galo

ond woukl leave for Cluna on the 20th No. vember in the "Pathfinder."

We take from the China Mail of Thursday the report of an important mercantile caso ad- judicated at the last sittings of the Suprono Court in Summary Jurisdiction. We are told by parties cognizant of the whole of the facts that this report is fair and impartial, and there. fore conclude it cannot have been written oithar by the Editor or his myrmidon, whom gen. szal want of faimen and impartiahty is slightly cvinced the remarks with which the report is prefaced, correspondent being mailo to insinuste that the action instituted for the purpose of taking an unfair advantage of a doubtful clause in an Janurunge Pul ey. Tho fact of the Editor at the China Mail b ing komen bat troublewne tenuat of the Maintill

(Plaint?) and a recent disagreement between them, meg bara had some influence in this desire to a wick erroneoses colouring 10 a matter whook, as will be scen by the report, speaks for itself.

A great principle was involved in the proper interpretation of a mercantile document. To settle this knotty point it appears to have been minically arranged that the opinion of the Churf Justice all be obtinod in the easiest posubla way. Denco the action-hence the result ;-

Do party, porkapa, being more satisfiod at the point being cleared up then the Agel for the othco against whom the decision went.

KUPREME COUNT OF HONGKONG,

SUMMARY JURISDIC}{4},

(Friday & Saturday, 6th & 7th January, 1961.)

De Mello & Co. v. Jurdine, Matheum & l'a. The Defendan't in this cam represented the Chatoo in>urance (lice. The question in dirpute wa whether, under the form of lohey at prezent

??Na troublease, that on a representation of the ou

the uritur, an Didinance was especially need des the abler's quibbling grievance.

|

His Lorbip mid, that he had delny bis de- cision in order to look into 'he case of Norron Haddon, 9 Manning and Granger's Rep submited to him by the Alt vney". Gemeral, as al- tering the law of constructive total luge na memo mudun sticlu After a careful invigation, he was four that the case did not apply, as is appeared there that the goods (2) could invo been brought on to England and sold, still retaining their chasing. ter of Bilk, while in this case tho Rice was so da maged as not to be worth sending on, and had been condemold, after abandonment by the Plaintiff, by the Defendant's own surveyor, and was according ly sold by their agoni, the Caplata, realizing only about one third of the value. By the cridence, the rice was so damaged and diseduured as to have pro

cluded all probability of its retaining its character or specia; and he should therefore adhere to the law laid down by Lord Alonger (acting as the moh pices of the Court of Exekoquet) in the case at Kouz??Bilrador, as to constructive ptal Inse

ud fd for the Plain:if the in-ured value of betli the jctioned and woll portions, as for a total loss, under de Poker, of a part of the articles insured

Mr Pullard applied for the coals, which is Lordship granted-China Mail Jan, 12.

Wa publish in the prosent into some longily extracts from the correspondence presented ta the House of Commone on the 20th of August fast, on the subject of Emmigration from "hina; resurring comment for a future occasion.

INCLOSTER 8 IN No. 14 Minutes of Evidence taken at a Court of Inquiry held at Away to investigate the Causes of the late Riots, and into the manner in which Coalie Emi grutin has been lately carried on of that Part. Dusicians token during an investigation bell st 1 Bonnie M. jesty's Coorulv'e nt Amug, inta the c-utro of the riotous precedings ahlen took place at that purt in die 21st, 2nd, Sul and 24th of

November, 1852

Monday, December, 13, 1862 PREGENT:

John Burkhoone, Esq, War Mojesty's Officiating

Cumul Frederick Harvey, Esq, Secretary to flor Majre.

ty's Plenipotentiary In China. Commander E Gotdiner Fishbourne, R.N., Com.

meding Her A-jeaty's steam-slovp "Heroes, The Rer. William Chalmers Hurur. British subject Missiory in China, called so, wil being duly sworn, is examined;

Q You have heard of the disturbances which have recently takes place on the recasion of which rome lives were les. Can you state the causes, or any of them, from which liesa arose !-A. ? have heard of there disturbances, and believe ba they have arisen from item.cut produced in the pubka mind by the trade which bas Leen for some jesen past, but especially during the past tow

te, to the note tuill in my pray Bernt was arcon panned on this secasion by the brobes of the young man, who warmly thanked me for what I had done in the ma ter.

deuer.

Q. Do you know of any placards that would identify this coolle emigration with thio dister bances, and what was the substance of them?-A, Boreal womba ago I conde Guvernment proclai alion in reference to this subject to the effect that porsons described as " Khen Shaon," or, in the col. fuqund of the kanga " Coolie Brokers," were lead- ing away and selling poor people. The proclaima tion threatened such with severe punishment, and alou added that Ivan) constables who know of auch persons and yet did not give luforrnation would be held qually guilty with them. More lately, un Tuulay the 23rd November, passing through a street in the middle of the town, I found a crowd ul peuple eating two placards pin up by the people, thu ono u them in the namin ul tho veli dira uod merchants, the other in the same enter ulie lach Po, or al the 18 Pune (the whole number com prized within Amoy.) (Yule Appendix, juper macked A and 13). That by the scholars and inef- cam was longer and more general; i made gen esal reference to the 1x sence of a trade in cooles (sluscribed na buying and a long mun) citted un at this port for a Doutor of pests, and anid that tie persons thus exported hid bôen pior people without relations, but went on to say that af late sevent tema of persons (natives) had juine) tregether for the porque of obtaining persons to be exported, thu they had several hundreds in their employ who were guing in all directions, -ing every prowat by which they might get hold of jettani by sun their purpose that them - perzona chuir sets mod wore the mabets of athed to the caruamionly (ual abo Cure, friendless pocasno); and that Oing were shar up so that they could havu ou comaussen ban, even by jepevek; that they were planwards estreak to foreign countries and there au jected to bul on y ended by their deaths,

The pad to wala warned the people again besog Impel by aucheranos. The other placats, which has ofi ingreat character, waa gaaslit, and wartertha Trang,emi?gal com

presne indig i land emolved, in

Te coulies, and dupovejte Palla biker, who had mernavik,

berb

on 1st 26. Nurember, been again oond that may would not buy and sell with the bogat Syme, Muir al Co, id Tait and Co, a al final if persons among themselvca should de wil these honge the houres would to pulicu daya their goods plandered and there bror jak placard andfed by saying that if the abuta-menci su od coule broker was given up to their summerine, to be punished, they would then be wiling to sui with the said 'hunga na balore, have bena gen, rally posted up throughout the bo u. W or was it that you read the p cards-Ahould think ab út 4 o'clock p. x,

(Signed) WN. C. BURNS, (To be continued.)

Those plan ada

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woo pay their own pissage

A l'och merchant aliji in acidort is prents of chi in one Usated States or of Planes cuddly no long1k the > Cial

wash by angam, errat tuhivadly arrangemente outlet to press theron mom, interroga of prade, esateko, and cakes. As tegards our own cubic meg så mot con esportation of coolna pagk tu ke permit 1 an skips plania at 19 illegal for Her Majesty' y es to trade, may be a grave grechten for the cinskttinten ut. Her M jenya ?.vermou

Aah verge-1 to the legal ports, Amey and Can- tun ate at prvount the only two frun wovace any supply of cookies cau bo cxpected, Tacts can be lible doubt if the same atute of things had erined in Canton which led to to la'e dintorbance at Amoy, if the peoplo al Camion suspected that for

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eign merekamı employed eximps to inveigle and sedner, or ink waren, to kidnap the inhabitante, that the fretones would be burnt down and for steners exposed to extreme danger, 1 da mul shook the sbijment of coolies by any means me from Whampoa, where a carga" har just felt for Trinidad (ol whine cunditan the Emigration Agent Tepurtu very favourably), but the power of the Matalatine in Canton is great enough to bene meunty against abuse, mad a próhibition would Immediately follow any peril to the publie prace. White the premium pod on cookies cominues at anything like its premat rate, no Consular anthony, no interference of any emigration agent, will make the trade anything but one of great irregularity and shares. Coolire will be e duced by lalichonda-kept by violence; ships with | be expond to prest danger from the revok of deceived coolice, who, unaccompanied by inter picters (for I am sorry to say there ne few instances in which any person to to be found on board the emigiant skipe who can state their mania or ex plain their grievances), listo, in a gical many instances, subscribe) cogagements, under the pres aure of extreme want, and olben in ignorance of their meaning. One of the most common methods of obmining coolice me to make them voma small advance in food, clothes, or money, which being unable to trpay, they become pawned to the erediter, who le probably the crimp himself, or tome of his agents, I do not believe the foreign coulia merchants are directly cognizant of ur would be willing to qulkona, the inevitableʻini- quities of the system. They examine, of esuse to | be examined, the physical condition of the men whom the crimps and cadie brokers have gathereal wgether. The profits are large, and do ngucious mirichani wonkĺ jeuperdas them by directly sanc tioning gross oullagio against homolar and honesty ; but the outruments be is compelled to use are of the vilest charactes; they are almost wholly Can- tonces man (among whom will be always found the Tagabonds mast notorious for insubordination and recklessness), uncontrolled by the pubke api. nion of the locality, in which they are maly strangers.

AD bour's successful hent-for they are paid, 1 am told, at the inte of 3. dollsia per man-may give them more profit them they could obtain from mooth of boost labour. Even, therefore, 45 regarde British ships bound to Brush colonies, and departing from legat perts, it appears to me des. irable that a tigerous investigation should ke place, on the atrical of tho emigrants' ship, into ia circumstances under which they have been engaged; and I mentioned in my despatch dated the lot of October, that the house of Turner & Co., which understand has the Trinidad contract for coolice, had, în approbemtion of the revok of the emigrants, applied to me for military force to bo employed against them, should soy timing lake place on Fouri.

Nothing is, withal, wore likely to assist a volun they falute emigration than a knowledge in China

of the fact that the emigrants are transferred to

countries where justice is strictly administered,

THE FRIEND OF CHINA AND HONGKONG GAZETTE.

Whether, or when, mitters will revert to a stúto in which the superduous labour of China can be safely and properly diverted to the demands of fler Majesty's colonies, must depeul apon the derchopmost of avants, I bara thought iny duty to communicate the facts within my knowledge to Her Majesty's Government, hoping that to die painful and often embarrassing position in which Her Majesty's servanta ate placed in this country. Benjamin, shly and looking to the immense interesa involved in the Hade with Chim, we may be faveurel with such instructions for our gu dance to the circum stances of the game allow. I orders and from alr White that he proposes to confive his nation to the colony of Hongkong, where, of e-ures, mora simple powers of inspection and control exist than in any portion of the dominions of Chine.

I have, &c.

Jan.

(Signed) JOHN BOWRING

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

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Per Benjamin, 216 Chinese.

Jan.

DEPARTURES.

FROM DONOKONG,

10, Mary Spowers, Fisher, Camengmano. 11, Bur. Poting, Steni, Hanib y. 11. Mazeppa, Ryrie, Unnaiogin-OLLA 12, Shamrock, White, Port Phillip. 13, Enterprize, Thompson, London.

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to their country, who should report favourably of the prospects of agricultural labourere in our col nies, would be of the highest impotianco, The ra portation of Chinese women, unless absolutely sa slaves, in out of the question 1 so that nothing but aucecasion of emigrants will keep up the supply of labour.

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given to the coolies, either before their embarks Hercul tion or during the outward pasange. Interference re

is a matter of moch deileacy sad difficulty for though I bara little doubt, were the facia accessible and the prowl at hand, that many of the prooted ings in China come under the provisions, sou woold ambject the malfosants to the penalties of the Slave Trade Acts, I cannot abut ny eyes to the impracticability-the impossibility rather, of far- nishing judicial proofs ; and the embarras-ments of the question would be greatly augmented by the general worthloveness of Chiucse testimony, as my experience leads me to the sad conclusion that the securiti for verecky in any of the grades of society in China aru weak and few,

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But the field where the amount of misery and mindoing in connexion with Chinese emigration will be by far the widrot, is where foreign agente and foreign shipu oto employed in electing and conveying Chinaman to foreign cou trims and colo- nies. There is every reason to fear that iniquities ncarealy exceeded by those practised on the African count and on the African middle passage, have not bren wanting. The statements which have re- uched Chins of the condition of the coolies in the Quano [slanda-tha reported sale of coulies in the public market places of Peru-the decelts practised Venk

in order to obtain labourers for the railways of the fathmus of Darien, are rather subjects of gen. eral confer+ation than of official cognisance. I cannot, however, but think that there may be serious dangora, not yet developed, in these inrom- Bidarate transfors of auch multitudes of Chinmen to distant lands. In a conversation with Mr Wat. drop, who has a contract for convoying 8.000 contira to Cuba, I ventured to ask him whether it had not occurred to the Spanish Governm at that The outcleroset of so many thousands of Chinamen in that island, in its présent condition, might be an alement of on small peril should the spirit of ineur rection aprond. I reported to your Lordship in my despatch of Ocumber 1, some of the arrange ments by which the Chiness are kept in a mate af discipline and obedience in the island of Jarn; with- oot such arrangement their provence would be source of babitual anxiety and nların to the authori· b. 1 am told that Mr Wardrop has returned to Europe with views somewhat changed as to the facilitles with which vast supplies of labour are in be obtained from China; and I suspect Mr White, now nomloated the Government Emigration Agen, and whose primary duty 1 naw conceive to be that of the protection of the cooliee, percuitos much more difficulty in the honest discharge of the mission than he bad befaro amicipated before the rochie rush of coolie collectors in China had so latofored with that over-supply of agricolisala bourer which might have been pro?rably and area benevoleally turned to nocount

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For New York.

Austin, W.

Flying Dutchman, W. Gazelle, W.

Hoverly, S.

For Singapore.

Lady Railles, W.

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Queen's Hood West, Victoria, 2004,

AND HONGKONG GAZETTE. PUBLISHED WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS AT

VICTORIA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1871, 1851.

OF CHINA

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TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION in the PRIEND OF CHINA AND HONGKONG GAZETTE, per Annum, 16 Spanish Bollara payable in ale usco, quincerty or otherwise, se option. Foyle Numbers docents TERMS OF ADVERTISING.-Teu lines soil under, 1 Sp: Dollr; additional, 10 cents ? Une. Repetitions one-third of the first regular insertion shops, -Parat imzertion, 2 Nje bio de sacalmarquent insertimos 15 years Advertisements to have weliten, on the face of then, the number of times they are required to appear, otherwise they will be publiavad until enqutermuslet. A reduction of twenty five per cent on past charge made when quarterly accounts are sendered for advertisementa ordered to stand wondisturbed for a period of three months. Pull charge made for repetition of my Advertisement in the tenke kvin jonka Natters of Grins and Estates will be inserted in both Overcana and Bums weakly editions unicas ordered to the contrary.

TRIESTE ROUTE.

THE AUSTRIAN GLOYDS STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S STEAMERS, ply regularly between Aleza drus and Trieste cursesponding with the monably and hymonthly Indian Steamers,

The farms have been reduced and the following Tatry have been feed, viz

7 Class £16, 2nd Class £11, 3rd Clam £7, including Table mancy and fees.

Armugements liavo been entered into between the Directors of the Peninsular amid Oriental 8. N.

FOR PORT PHILLIP AND SYDNEY,

see

"MIE A. 1. Portuguesa barque " TRE- MELUA, will have quick despatch for the above ports.

For Fatigue of Passass, apply to

MEYER, SCHAEFFER & Co

Hongkong

or 10 ANGIER & ?LLANSON.

Canton.

Hongkong, 21st November, 1853.

FOR SAN FRANCISCO.

THE A. 4. British ship "ROPINA,"

despatch.

Company and thun Directors of tho Austrian klayde | | J MoWos Master, will have quick

8. N. Compnay, that-

Id, PASSANOKR intending to proceed from China vìa Tricale, can recrivo tickets from the Peninsular and Oriental Company's Agents for Alrandria.

2nd, Pasirkonks' Baquaor eno be shipped, from Alexandria by the Peninsular and Brional Company's Steamers for Nowthampton ; the Freight being Ten Shillings Sterling part.

ard, Receipts for Cameo and Sencan intended for Shipment to Trieste, will be granted by the Peninsular and Oriental Company's Agonis to the Alexandria, instead of to Sicer no formerly, bul rach Package is to be provided with a white label, on which a distinedly costked in print, "In Transit for the Austutan Lioto's Steazer."

For further particulars apply 19,

W. PUSTAU & Co. Agents al Hongkong and (anton,

Hongkong, In July, 1863.

M

NOTICE.

THE NETDEULands Indta Steam BOAT COMPANY's Steamer "JAYA," having been engaged by the Java Gevorament for the service of the bi-monthly Mail between Hatoria and Singapore, voder continet for 12 months, will ply regularly during that period between Balocis and Singapore leaving the formar port about the 10th or 11th of every month, and Singapore wikin 24 hours after to arrival there of the Mid which leaves Nesthampton on the 4th of the preceding month.

The rates of Pausage money ato ne follows:- CHIEF CABIN.

From Singapore to Ethio

Da

do to Minto No. do. to Baluvia

Return Tickets from Singapore to Batavia and Dice ver $130.

SECOND CABIN. From Engapore to Minio

De

10 Batavia. do. DECK PASSENGERS.

From Bingaparo to bio

$26 48

Du. do, to Minto. , to Do.

Do

do. 10 Batavia, 20

Children under 10 years of age hull price

of Free. For further information apply to Mesora MacLaine WATRON & Co. Directors, Batavia,-or to Memes Machine Fraten & Co. Singapore,

Batavia, 26th April, 1863.

NOTICE.

N and after Monday the 22nd instant, until further notice,

the Hoxanono and CanTIN STEAM COMPANy's Steamka will ply regularly between Ilononoka, Canton and Madas, evory Moulos, W'ednesday and Friday (unless previous molice of deviation be given) as follows:-

The Bow leaving Humanosa on Monday and Canton on Friday, will call at Macao, starting wi

Altare at other times will

For FuzionT or l'assaux apply to

MEYER, SCHAEFFER & Co Hongkong, 24th November, 1853.

FOR SAN FRANCISCO.

NOTICE

PHE Copertaerakip hitherto existing between the moderaigned, under the Firm of A. FRYER & Co, is this day dissolved by mutual consent.

A. IL FRYER.

1. T. DE SILVER, Fungkang, Isi Pastory, 1854,

AVITU rofeteres in the above. Natine, Mu 11. T. Dr SILVER is nuthorized to strike all Ac- counts for the fate Firm of A. 1). Farum & Co.

A. II. FRYER. H. T. De SILVER. danghana, Lei Juar, 1854.

NOTICE

THE undersigned legs to intimate, that the bushwa keretofte catried on by the Plan of A. II. Parem & Co, will henceforward be con ducted by ban neler the style of D" SILVER &

Fig.

THE A. 1. Dutch ship 1815," Cap, which Me Gieu. 1. Die Stres i amhocized

in A. F. Greg, will be despatch

1. SILVER. Hongkong, in January, 1858

7 of on or about the 1st January nest, for alive purt. For Fretont, apply to

MEYER. SCHAEFFER & Co. Hongkong, la December, taka

WANTED TO CHARTER

Bhip of from Four to Bix Hundred Tobe, to carry Chinese Pastengete and Cargo to California. Apply to

W. TARRANT.

Ilongkong, 10th January, 1854

WANTED TO CHARTER

A sip of from Four Six Hundred

Tuna, to carry Chinese Pusengers and Cargo to Australia. Apply to

W. TARRANT.

Flongkong, 10th January, 1854.

THE New British Lorcha "VICTORIA," will tendo regularly between Hongkong and Canton. Cargo lakon almudernin rats.

THOMAS ROBERTS.

Went Paint, Hongkong, 13th December, 1853.

FOR BALE. TWO HOUSES on the South side of

Gough Street, each having Garden Subles, Conch-Houses, &c. Ground-rent modorata,

J. F. EDGER. Hongkong, 2nd January, 1864,

TO LET.

P TWO Commons HOUSES on the Booth Bide of Gogh Street, and another on the North Wide of the same Street, each with Sub. Inn, Out-houses, Garden, &c. Apply 10,

J. P. EDGER. Victoria, 3rd March, 1863,

TO LET.

THE NOUBE in Stanley Street adjoin.

ing the one now occupied by Mc Co GENELATE. For particulars apply to

N. DUA & Co. Hongkong, Blut October, 1652.

TO LET.

THE TEAM FRANKFORT STATE LOTTERY, Guaranteed by the Government w the froe City of Frankfurt-on-the-Main.

Cutler 29 de March dur drawing commences atul will be continued daily until the 22nd of April, 1954.

The following large Priz ??will be gainod:- | Premium of Florius (00 0+0= £3,150 | Poza

1 100,000 8,350

50,000

012

Co

Dino

20,000=

4,170 1670

Dito

10

(5,10= 12,000=

1,250

1,000

2. Dites of 5,000 F?.

10000=

4. Da ni 4,00

= 10,00

= 16,000

=100,000 32

8,310

3,780

11 of 349

mo ol

100

(1 of 2,400

100 Day of 1,(NIO)

10 Premiums

6.000 Shares.

30,000

1,310

1.340

2,500

-578,000% 48,200 7,70 .. G50

Fla. 1,061,70 £8,000 Stel

12 Florius equal to One Pound Sterling. The last drawn of the Arat 12 Prizes will receive the Premium of 100,000 fx. comarquently ant

share may gain about £16.700,

The above Stalo Lattory, established in 1789, offers the best, fairest, and safest invamment of any like Continents) dierbation. There are 18,400 Ticket and 6.000 Prizes, the smallest prize being £7. We Sterling The drawing will take place

the presence of the public, at the Loterry Hall, Frankfort, under the immediate cabirol of a seleci commitee appointed by the Elight Senate.

In this Litery every number is drawo, whether blank or prize, and ite fate distinctly marked in the officia) list, a copy of which will be forwarded to each foreiga Kintchokler

PNICE OF SHARES.

One Whole Share

One Half-Slune

One Quarter-Share

£10,

£5.

£ 2.10. The following advantages are given by taking a

number of Milnres:-

5 Shater, or

10 Half ditte, of

£ 15

20 Qustter die

A ing 2 Hilting Rooms and 2 (fed Itsore,

?OUSE in Carlton Terrers contain

10 Shares, or

20 Half dino, of

L 20

10 Quarter ditto

20 Shares, or

be a, a, and the bouts will procesu under devached, and farge accommodation

Hosokonu and Cayton. When inducement offers

TURNEIL & Co.

the Roms will call at Commandos bus pravions for sarvnate on the ground Thant. Apply to anties of such deviation will be giver, when prac- licable,

The fares will be as herciofare,

Ju Class Pagsuno?gs between Hangkong, &

Centre and Macne & Canton $8.

Between Hongkong and M1000 -

F

10

?��???

62

81.50.

Deck Pamengers, Furopean-- Mulya, &o,- Chincur, -- 81. Passengers desirous of proceeding to Maenn for hurt period they oblam retorn Tickets, available for the first second Stommer after their netival, at the reduced rates of 95 between Hongkong and Maran, and $12 between Canton and Minero.

Every fiat clam Passenger will be allowed one servant free of charge.

The vescia will convey Freight on the terim of their published scale; on which, however, some reduction will be made for large quantitka, by *perind agreemE EIL.

All Payment whether for Freight or Panage to be muda in Bpanish Dollars.

LYALI STILJ, & Co. Agents If & C. S. 1o. Ok.

Hongkong, 18th August, 1663.

WANTED TO CHAHTER Cities of from 600 Tons and upwards fur conveyance of Chinese Emigrants yu Hamana. "Apply lo

LYALL, STILL & Co. 1longkong, 14th November, 1853.

Nangkang, (Ab fuly, 1883-

TO LET.

TUE well known Mission Premises (for Mission prepare mly) of Rev. L. 3. Kunrata in Canton. The place is healthy, enmfortable, well kawn by the Natives as a preaching place, and desirable as a Alistum alotiun Let my wishing to rent call and examine the place, and apply to Memors Ruscus & Co. for the terms.

Canton, 1st January, 1851.

NOTICE is hereby given, that the Copartnerskip beretofore pukeitting between Youter Josts Monnow and James Stephenson, under the Styk of Firm of MURROW, STEPHENSON & Co. has been this day dlanored. The undersigned, Assuming the responsibilaker of the said Firm, will in future condues the business on his own accoum and la bia own nu,

Y. J MURROW. Hongkong, 2nd January, 1864.

NOTICE.

THE interest and responsibility of Mr A. L

Adamko, Ju, in our Firm ceared from this date, and our Business will bo conducted under the Style of O. L. AGABEG & Co, which Mr MALove Auancu is authorized to viga.

A. & G. L AGABEO,

Canton, 1st January, 1864.

10 dino, or

Quarter Shat

}

£160

Shares and prospectuses mo tūʻJe það of the undersigned, who ste now specially but the sale of shares for home and foreign countries, and have given sucurity auflicient to fulfil every engagement towards the shareholders.

The Prizes will be paid in the East Indies and China through an Established Bank.

HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.

xxxxxx

A MOST ASTONISOINU CUIE 44' SCRIIFIRANJA OLERS-A "AKE CERTIFIES BY THE MAYOR OF BOSTON. Copy of a letter from 3. Nah, Esq. Mayor of Beston, Incashire, To Prismo. Hozemsex.

Thar Sir,-Ale varal. Dizon of Lagooeyond. Mreet, Slano, las clés doy depwad before nie this! tua x com. alah period he was merely auctes with Sero fulous No il Vicens in her anus, fert, lep, sul other part of bact lunly a mud alate with this best of mer dical dic was okatid, at the cost of a large sun al moury, de alasingst ou abatement of suikerlng, b gradually prom

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Hyvering with the medicines for strictly adhwin your culca in to diet, &c., she was alost none fon. 1, accadding to the directions, mil perforily eurail and now enjoys the last of health,

Iceman, Dear Hir, yours truly,

Dted Aug 19th, 1853 ("ignel) J. NOBLE

AN EXTRAORDINARY AND NAPID CONI, OF ERYSIPELAS IN THE GEL, AFTRA MEDICAL AID BAD FAILED Copy of a telte from Mra Bizabeth Yeates, of the JU, Adeich Dad near Bognar, Musica, dateal Jan. 1 15693. To Praca Holoway,

Nie - sullied for a considerable periad from screre attack of Erysipelas, which at length artile in my leg, and troisted aft medical troutment" My suf. feelings were wij grest, and I quite drepaired of any permanent amuelment, when I was advised to have re course to your Dintment and Pilla. I did so witho delay, so am happy to say the roult was minently sucraful, for they effected radical care of my leg and restored me to the enjoyment of health. Iball ever speak with the wimant conditor of your medi enes, ad kay recommended them to oibere in able eighbourhood similarly a@listed, who derivat equal benefit-la, Sir, your obliged and faithful Berrast,

(Signed) ELIZADETU YEATES.

A DREAGFVILY DISEASED ANCLE CUNED AFTER BEING GIVEN UP BY THE FACUL TY, AT MALTA AND PORTSMOUTH,

ILOSPITALA...

The following sportant sulestjon ban boets for warded to Professor Holloway for publication, by Mr B. Dinos, Chemist King-stront, Norwich. Copy of a latter from Captain Aurich of Great Yw. mouth dated January 19th, 1881.

To Mr Dian,

Dear Sir,- send you the particulars of a ence of feeted by Profumor Holloway's invaluable medicines 1- Mr Julie WALION, late in Her Majesty's Service, la the British Flect at Malia, had a very bad ulocated ancfe, and after having been in the Malta Flospital for six months, was sent to England as an invalid se Porta- mouth Hospital, adere be remained an inmate four month. chire, at at Malia, refusing to have the tim came to Yarmouths, and was under a medical gentleman amputated, few turned out incurable. He then for about three months, but bla nocle became so much worse that all lipe was lost. At this period, by my advice, le tried Idaway's Ointment and 1988, which by unremitted application, healed all the ulcers, and restored him to feet leash and strength,

Itein, Dear Ble, yours very unly, (Signed) JOIN SMITH.

Albert Hotel Great Yarmouth.

SURPRISING CURE OF A DAU BOKAST, NER-

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Fewny

Kilafaia Bweli. Tümennt.

Ulevis

นม�?

Yas.

Apply, without delay, to Merais J. A. Sonwass scummu & Sons, Bankeja, Frankfort un-tho Main, of those who preter it, tay direct these lettera and | Chapped band- remitances to Menara A. Seuwarzschild & Co. 25, Lombard st., London:

FRANKFORT STATE LOTTERY. With reference to the tetins of the above ad- vertisment, intending purchasets are informed that romiforce of monies for purchase of A. J. Senwaduschild & Co's wants, may be made through Mr F. ALDau, Colonial Agent, 11, Cle inonte Lanu, Lombard Street, London, who will in ruch cases protect the talorests of Colonial Shareholders.

London, October, 1st, 1853.

1.00 Pol

?

Sold by all Bruggens, and ni l'enfiteur klollowsy ??establislament, 214, Stand, Loando i.

1ly Mr. Da SILVA, and y MUNNAM, at their Stores.

also by WONG ACHEW --Hansker, S. J. M. Da ?ONEECA,- Ma and Marie ACOW & Co.--Pett,lem, At 1a. Tad -269d.-41, GJ,-) l"^,~22, ? id, each put ve L01,

There is a conendurablo zaving by taking ite

large sizes,

N-Gector tis ter obr guidanes et patients IN (VELY

order colband to cash Pu

NOTICE,

I be the grace of our Marissa

hver skos diy established at Camon, under

Merchids and General Agents,

Ale. Eamese Aluvandis STILL

authored

to sign ou fem by procnestion, and will represent

CANTOR.

LYALI, STILL & Co. Hongkong, Pol June, 18513,

NOTICE.

?�S hereby given that the Copartnership baretafore existing between the undersigned, carrying on bugines at Virtoria, in the Colony of Blangkong. "s Manenanto and Commission Awaits, in this day dissolved by mutual consent.

SB. RAWLE

9. DRINKER

Hongkong, 15th August, 1855.

ference to the alre advertisement it is nodied that the said rumeera will be woul

up by Ma & DRINKER, who is authorized to adjust all accoums, sad to whom all correspondence will be addressed.

1

9. B. RAWLK. 8. DRINKER,

Hongkong, 15th August, 1953,

NOTICE.

QUE søkerigned begs to give notion that he will entry on a tigoerak Comminton and Adekor. Besistas, under the style mud firm of DRINKER & Co. and will occupy the premises of the late form of Rawis, Dainnin & Co.

S. DRINKER. Thongkong, 15th August, 1953,

NOTICE.

E interest and responsibling of Ma OLIVER EVERETT ROBERTS in one Firm at Can- lae und Shanghat censed on the 30th June last.

WETMORE & Co. ?stten, 31st. Prcember, 1953.

NOTICE.

MR. GEORGE GRISWOLD GRAY is US 300 thronged to sign our name by procuration.

RUSSELL & Co. Cantoo, 1 January, 1951

NOTICE

E interest and responsibility of Mr Jamegtaka Esquer our most Caton, raped ut she 31st December 1839,

NUSSERWANIES ARDASEER BHANJAH & Co.

Canton, 4b Jousty, träk

WITH teference to the above mutification. I beg to intimate that, from this day, I have orka- blished myseli se a Gomatisson Agent and Mea- chant in this place.

MESSERWANJEL ARDASEBA BIJANJAU Centoo, 4th Janusry, 1-51.

NOTICE.

HE Business heretofore conducted my nu

will in future be carried ou under the style of P. & J. BYRANJEE COLAU wherein y Brother Mr. Janavike Byramjan Gulai 11 ad tured Partner.

PESTONJEF BYRANJEE COLAII. Canton, 3 Icember, 1853.

NOTICE.

R CHARLES BRODERSEN is admitted a Priser in our Firm both at Camion and Hongkong.

W. PUBTAU & (o. China, Ist July, 1853,

NOTICE.

THE rest and responsibility of the fate Me WILLIAM Hose WARDLET in our firm terminated on the 29th of Reptember last,

Canton, 12th November, 1953.

|*ITII referenes to the above advertisement the

Writ of the Ilouse will be conducied as

Is fore by Ma D 301İNSON under the same name which Ma F. R. JOHNSON, is authorized to siga.

M(r) JAMES BOWMAN will sign for us in Shanghac by procuration,

W. . WARDLEY & Co Canton, 12th November, 1953.

NOTICE

| LL. Persong haring clima aguinat ibe Estata A of the late WILLIAM HENRY WARD. LEY are desired to sent them in forthwith to Means W. II. WALDLET & Co. Canton, or in Mesota James Bowman & Co. Shanghaë, and those m debeed in the paid Extate are requested to nake mupdate payment to the mid partira,

D. JOLINSON

Adm ~BUANSON, S

Csalon, 9th November, 1953.

NOTICE.

}}} LEWIS NELBLING and M BENJA. A" MIN GOTT KINNEAR, are admod

I attoess in our Firm.

SMITH, KENNEDY & Co

Shangline, 2nd Jununey, 1954.

NOTICE.

MR JAMES P. COOK is admitted a Partner

with me from and after this date. The Bouerza will be continued under the Name and Style of THOS. HUNT & C?,

THOMAS BUNT. JAMES P. COOK.

Whampon, 1st January, 1854.

THOS DUNT & Co.

\\'IEJ, continue to keep Large and Extensive Assortment of stile CHANDLERY, a

the vety Lowest l'tice.

Whampoa, in January, 1954.

THE FRIEND OF CHINA AND HONGKONG GAZETTE.

CIRCULAR.

hare the bonor to inform you that we still continue Businesa in Akuab, under a style and firm of LANGLOIS, MCKELLAR & Co.

Our old experience in the Rire Trado is the gurumen for the good execution of all orders

led to .

J. P. LANGLOIS

DUNCAN MCKELLAR. Akyab, 11th Octobe, 2853.

NOTICE.

TDE undersigned havo been appointed Agents at

Hongkong for the subscribers to LLOYDS Mutors Vicle are requested to commusicale to then Intelligence of losses, secilenta, the sprak. ing of Vreels, and any general information they consider of importance or interest to the subcriber

LYALI, RTILL & Co. Hongkong, 3rd September, 1852,

NOTICE

SUN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK.

PER OVERLAND MAIL ADIES' GENTLEMEN's

White Kil

L? Gloves of assorted times; Ladies' Blocking; Gentlmen's Bleached and Unbloached Sucks Dorskim and Buckskom riding and driving Cluere ; Neck ties; Superfine Black and Blue Drosdclub, &c., &., &0.

A120,

Ao assoliment of Superior Penknives.

MAC EWEN & C". Hongkong, 14th January, 1954.

COALS.

FOR SALE at the Godowns of

MAC EWEN & Co. Hongkong, 30th December, 198

ENGLISH OATS.

FOR SALE STORES of the undersigned, feba-hels of Englah Out, weighing 43 Hr. per tuskiel.

Victoria, 10th January, 1854.

II. MARSII.

*** LIST OF GOODS FOR SALE at Mai. MARSIL'S Millinery Rams, Queen's Rood, Hongkong.

CAN CAPITAL ?? (10,600. undersigned have been appointed Agarta Ts for the above COMPANY, and are prepared to cover Risks, on first class sels, to the extent of $100,000. Pozicks myable in Castanetions, consisting of Velse, satis lace Bombay, Calcutta, London and New York.

RUSSELL & Co. Canton, 11th January, 1854.

NOTICE. LONDON ASSURANCE CORPORATION. Established by Charter 1720. Dant & L'a, Agents in Hongkong.

THE undersigned are duly authorized by the above Corporation to INSURE PROM L?SS OR PAMA?E BY FIRE, Elongkong, o Buildings, Gsuda, Merchan fise and Vrauria in Part

at Class, on Houses in privato occupation only, with external Walle of Stone or Brick, and envered with Slate, Tile, Metal, Cement, and other foc-m bustible Material, detached, or adjoining ear.

Lit Class on ?lorses or Boikmisos "erce ed and coresed no abure, partly or entirely used as Go- downs, and dracted; and on Clips and V Chandir, no hazardour, in auch Buildings,

3d Class, on II. voze or UvituINGS 20 KV. adjoining other Building, and on Goods and Mar CHANDIZE, noi hazardous, thorcio,

144

o uses or BUILDINGS erected and covered no above, in which hazardous Goods are deposited, but no hazardous trade carriol on,

bih Class, on Bars.

ASSURANCKS may be effected for the period of 12, 6, or 3 Months.

No INSURANCE is in faree until the Premium thereon is paid.

For further particulare, reference is requested to be made to the undersignal.

Hongkong, 6th October, 1853.

DENT & Co. Agents.

TELEGRAPING MESSAGES.

THE Directors of the Austrian Loves STEAK NATICATION COMPAnt in Fritate, have made Arrangements for TELEGRAPHUNG MES. SAGES in London, or to any Part of the Continent, sent to them from China,

The Messages abould he sent under cover, super. scribed Telegraphio Despatch," in the "ticsandria A geal, for transmission through the Commanding

Chicer of the Steamer, and to be delivered istuudi ately on attival of the Venec) at Triesta.

The Charge for Telegraphing 20 Words from Trieste per Submarine to London, le about LG Flo. rins, or 39 Shillings Sterling; aud 21 Sterling for each Morange.

The writing met ba în legible words For further particulars, apply w

W.. PUSTAU & Co. Agents at Hongtrug and Canton. Hongkong, 27th October, 1883.

NOTICE

Seamen's Hospital

TRUSTCCA.

Honourable David Jardine, Esq. C. D. WIL MANA, Esq. tlon W. T. MaRock, bag., 12. 8 WALKER, Esq. Superintendent of the 1. & 49, Steam Navigation Company, íez oficio)

Trommer,-J. C. Bawnina Eag Resident Surgeon-Perku Yowna. Esq. Consulting Surgron,-W. A. Cauland, Esq.

M.D. Acting Colonial Surgeon

*

Terms of Admission. Public Wards. - - 76 en per day. Intermediate Want I

Dullar 1 Private Ho

- 2 Prats are also admitted on deposits, at the for lowing rates, tonewable one day presions to the amount deposited having been expended,

Public Wards,

Intermediate, -.

Prime Rooms,

$15,

820,

-- #30,

The Captains or Consignors of Vessels must be responsible for the expenses of Patients scot by them to the Hospital,

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Selection of Bonakts of the Latest

Silk. Plain and Fanov Straws of very decription.

Black and Colored Silk Mantles.

Hlack and White Lace Do.

French Batega and Cathmero Shawls French Ulice & Talita Silks in every calor. Hlack & Colored Silk Velvets.

De Ribbons in all Widths, Bash Ribbone, Beart do., Nertow Halin, Lawn & Barnet do. French Brocade Silk Dresses.

Olace Silk do., White & Colored Tulle Jo. Lace do. Barega de Maio do.

Striped Poplin and Norwich Lustro da. French Merino and ¿hin Muslin de Laine,

Did White, Pink, Sky, Site Urab & Nap blue.

French priated Cambric and Maslin do. Hoyle's Print do, Black & Colored Barege do. Wine & Colored Tuzlanes in all colors, Swits and India Hook Muslios

Jaccones Plain and spotted Mulle

Back Brussello Net, it hise do. Tutto illusion Blonde Edgings, Real and Imitation Lace. Laven Falla. %. Bottles, Bleeves, Collars. Chemisettes do.. ko.. dc.

Plain and embroidered Cambric Handkerchiefs Infant Rubes and embroidered Frocks. Cage, and variety of under clothing. White and Colored Kid Glove, Silk do. Bracelou and Neck sins.

Pearl Jat and Chenille Hood dresses. Wreaths and Bouquote, and a choice selection of Frashers & Flowers from Mudaina Fersiero's l'avis.

An mortment of Ladies & Childrens Boots and Shoes from Vault Esta Awo de la Puiz & Jody a Paris, comprising White & Colored Satin Shove, Kid and Morocen J, Яtuff and Coutil d", &c. &c

Linen and Coton Diapers, Irish Linen. Brown Holland, -Colored do. Horrocks' Long-Cloth, French Long Cloth, very ?no and light. Table Cloths very large sizes. Table Covers, Toilet Covers, Quika, Anti-Macassare, Lace Curtains, Mosquito Net, Rolled Socc Laklinga, Union and Twill do., Victoria and Vome-

Skirting. White and Colored Crinolines, Cri Holine Peniconts and fmprovers, Corded Ditto. Fine Flannels, Nursing Buaya, French Wove do. Cowril do, Children's Bands, White and Colored

koso. Thread do. Merino do, t'olion do Unkers, Booraine, leves Comfortem, &c. Cotton Bocks, Wool Polkas, Wool Caps & Sleeves,

Woollen Hooda, Braided Satin and Merino do. White and Colored Satin and Merino Ras, Braided Cloake and Pelissos, Frocks, and a great variety of Children's Clothing of all kinda.

Haberdashery, Parasols, Elamic Pages Garters, Sandalweb while de colored, Wide Elastic Warm. ed and Leather Belts, Linen Tapes, Shirt Buttons, Diers and Trimming Bullons in great variety, Bilk and Wool Uraids, Cotton do:, Washing do., Alohit Net, Ribbon Phite, Bugle-Trimmings, Bewing. Kaiting and Mending Couba, Prus, Nonii, Ilmaks & Eyes, Whalebone, Covered Cams, Wod. dings, Cotton Cards, Ruakes, Ribbon Wiro, Bilk L'iping, Straw Trimming.

N. -All Lospital Bille to be receipted by then Treasurer only.

FOR SALE.

CHAMPAGNE in Plate and Quaria, Punt Win, Pack Bukrey, Claney so BRANDT, all of ficut quality,

ALEO, Nates of suce in Casks of 2 cwt. Apply in Hongkong at Canton to

LYALL STILL & Do. 14ongkong, 1st January, 1864.

FOR SALE. THE cargo of Red and White LISBON WINE

ex Oyum, jum arrived at Macao. Apply to

RUSSELL, & Co.

Cauton, 11th January, 1851.

&LOO.

-From Price & Gomell-

A small assortment of PRAFUMERY.

Mr. Manon begu ta odd that she will contione 10 receive the Latest Fashion from downd Paris Monthly.

Paymani to ba made in Mexican Dollars, llenge 30th December, 1853.

PUBLIC AUCTION,

THE undersigned has received Instructions to

bell by Pouto ACOTION, on the Premise

ON THURSDAY.

the 20th day of January next At Noon preciarly,

Volcas previously disposal of by private tule, the fall wing Property,

In one Lot.

That building in the Queen's Road known the

HONGKONG OLUB KIDUSH,

And the not buildings attacked, with the land upon which the whole la built-Registered is the La Dole a falsad lot No. 10, measu ing 14,160 square feet.-Anaval Ground Rear £129

Also in one La

All the Spicodial Furndure, Billined Tables, Pime, Crockery, Glow Ware &c., &e. belonging to the above establishment.

Auction.

Conditions of Sale, Catalogues of the Fornitore don, will be distributed some days prior to the

GEORGE DUDDELL

Auctioneer.

Elenghong, 9th November, 1659.

Sterill's Oilice Victoria, 131b Jamenry. 1854. Nu-Tven-Honor Rawak, Duimura & Ca NOTICE is hereby giron dist under the Wit of 6.6 paupil in the above action, all the Household Furniture, Office Furniture, Merchan dix, or Clouds mud Chastels whalsdever in the I?owo or lodowns of the D feadhunts will be sula by PALIC ACCTION on Saturday 21 day of Jummary instant,

Particulars will be given in Itand bills,

CHARLES MAY. Acting Sheriff.

PUBLIC AUCTION. "P11E undersigned has received instructiona tu se

by Posio AFOTION on

SATURDAY.

the With day of January, 1954,

on the Premises, No. 1 Gough Street,--(Noth Silojal Non-

The HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE of Glencleman lanving the Colour

All particulars will bo stated in the CATALOGUE.

CHARLES MARKWICK,

Auctioneer Hongkong, 12h Jananey, 1854.

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.

NOTICE

YR ROBERT POWELL SAUL has this day bera aduitted a partner in the F'wrms of BYME & Co

Singapore, Manila,

KER & Co. PITCAIRN, SYME & Co, Balavis. Batavia, Ist Jenusry, 1856,

UR.

NOTICE.

MODEEBOY DOUNJREBNOY MOUNSEY is nu-housed to siga vür Fum by procuration, from this data.

P. pro. HEERJEEBHOY ARDASEER & Co.

Curentian Fookus?a.

Canton 16th January, 1851.

BASTERN MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. REGISTERED In London in 1953,

MFLAT NOSSO & Co..... Recutaries. Menu Thomson Vinház ? Ch.......... Agents in Liverpool.

Labou Willin & Co... Agents in Dadevila und angene B FINKAT SETT & Agents in Barabay. Ma Da

Apants in Modern.

Mc MacLain Fran & Co............. Agrala la blogapary, NIE undersigned have been appointol Agrufe in Casten for the above COMPANY, and are pro- parel to take Reans payable with abatemont al ibin place in three months, and in London or Lavk POOL in a month, aftor proper proof of loss is given,

TURNER & Co.

Canton, 18th January, 1954.

FOR BALE-Just ReceivKD VERY Superior Budur, Sliced Mangee na

Cashmera Chonies, Mulligatuony Carry thate and Powder.

MAC EWEN & Co. Hongkong, 17th January, 1884.

FOR BALE.

N lavaler of very Supurior English Canvas

and Twink.

ALSO,

Red and White Lisbon Wax, of fiue quality just arrived. Apply to

J. C. PEREIRA. Macao, 14th January, 1854,

PUBLIC AUCTION.

MESSI'S MAC EWEN & Co., have

received instructions to sell by PUBLIC AUCTION,

On Board the Ship "BOMANJEE HORMUSJER," On Friday, 19th January 1854. at 11 o'clock A. M. (For the benefit of the concernel,) 3 Chests PATNA OPIUM more or less damaged by Sea Water. Terms of Sale,-Cash before belivery, in Spanish Dollars, Hongkong, 17th January, 1854.

MARRIAGE-At BL. John's Call deal Victoria, on the 17th January 1864, Mr Harem Hila, naw, Propelenet nd the City Eloel, A third awughter Car Willam Care, Penzance, Cuenwall. MAROJAGE-As Glenora, V9h October 1863 Sie CHARLJA Montulien Lano Bar, of Beaupat, Hassel to Pant daughter of the Her. William Alargemon, ul Clukbar?d Burrey, and Rector of Whallingson, Husex.

THE FRIEND OF CHINA AND HONGKONG GAZETTE

VICTORIA WEDNESDAY, JANUARY (87, IGL.

DIARY.

MENOMANDA UNTIL NEXT PARLICATION JANUARY.

ADN

Try Wednesday,-

In Thursday,-- 20 Friday---

Rics Beto

0,4

| KODU WATER

A... M.

6,44 6,351,67-

2003 0,50 6,4.5 4,19 1,3 1,31 Moon-Last quarter on the 22nd, at 8. 8.) a, H.

Nautical Correspondent.-The RARA AVIA till in existence. The report of being "los." had song foundation in fact, but it appearance is as bright and silvery an avor.

SUPPLEMENT TO THE FRIEND OF CHINA, N.° 5. JANUARY 18TH, 1854,

COOLEE TRADE. INCLOSURE 8 In No. 14, Nimmtes of Evidence taken at a Court of Inquiry Arld of Amoy to investigate the Causes of the lata Riots, and into the manner in which Coolie Emi gration has been lately carried on at that Port. Depositions 14en during an investigation held al Her Britannic Majesty's Consulate at Amny, into the causes of the clotour proezedingu

which took place at that port on thei 2001, 12nd, 23rd and 2áh of November, 1852.

Monday, December, 13, 1852 (Cosilawed from No. 4 page 16 ) Wu-tung, curvant to the Rev. Mr. Barna (native of a village in the teland of Amov), eslled in, and being duly sworn, through Mr Burns, abo duly porn interpreter, Is exmined:

Q. You went to the shed of Mesore Byma, Mair, and Co, together with the brother of the young man said to be detained there. Was he really in confinement 1-4. 1 went to get the young man out. The first time I went with the brother of this Joung man we went to the door leading into the shed, and spoke to the Chinesee there, with the view of seeing this young man sad of getting him out; but we were not allowed to go in, and we were not allowed to see him. The man at the door said that we could not get lo. Afterwards, when I got my note to Mr Cornaté, I went, and Mr Cornabé took me and the brother of the young MED GUL

Q. In what kind of place, and in what state did pru find the young man 1-4. The place was a vary bad place; the corn had nothing but the damp ground, with mata apread upon it, to lie apon. They were all found with trousere, but otherwise naked, and 1 believe that they bail so sther clothes to put on. They could not go out if they wished,

Q Did the young man atata that he was in con Sement, and express wish to be released 1-A. The young men told me that he was deceived, and that, from the distress of boing thus confined, be still more wished to be released.

Q. Did he state the kind of deception that had been practised on bl" ?-A. The mind was deceived by promises of work. The person who thus do esived bi brought bim to Amey and made bim over to the coolie broker at the hong.

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Q. Did be give you to understand that they were under a contract to give him so much money and that he was to work for a given period; or was any contract at all spoken off. If there was anything of this kind, he did not tell me of it. Q. Are you positive that they were not free to gia and sut as they pleased 14. Certainly they could go in, but they could not come out.

Q. When did these circumstances orger--A. It is fully more than a month ago, but I conant recollect the precise day; but 1 mm sure that ji was about the end of the 9th Chinese month.

Q. Have you any knowledge of the cause of the Ince disturbances 1-A. It was owing to the "[Cleb Bhaon" deceiving the people; some were willing to go abrand a coolice, and anime were not.

Q You say that same were willing to go, and Hump werd BOL Do you went to any that some ware som away unwi'lingiz 1-A. With regard to the people generally I cannot speak with cortainty ; I can only speak positively of the case with which

I was connected.

Q Did you ever hear of the sscape of some coolies from the boats in which they were being embarked ?-I did ;. I understand that they forced the boatman to go alone to the shore, so that they might land.

Q. Did you know any of them 1-A I did not

(Bigoed) WU-TSANG.

Q. Was this not a reasonable reques, that this coolie-broker abauld be given up to the authorities, seeing that the mob would otherwion cresta a rint ? A. It was a moonable request, and I was wil- ling to comply with it on application being made by ibe authorise

Q. What experated the people so much against the conlie brok-17 - A. t have no ides.

Q How does your answer, that the people con gregated for the purposes of plunder, consist with The range brought by Me Talmage from the people, that they would be quiet on the delivery of the broker t-A. 1 Spey that there were two par tira; those from whors Mir Talmage came I have no knowledge of. He said that they had called upon him, and thought this would be the best made of proceeding. The rabble who were surrounding the house, l'imagine, were there for the mure pur | Pros of plander

graling. Will you mate what took place on the scension of your vill to the police station relative to enokin broker 1-A. On Sunday evening the 31st of November last had information that one of my brokera had banu saiard and was detained at a small police station near our own house. A bad received almilar information on previous ca. sis, and had bean deceived, I determined to go thera ti nocent in whether sbé party seized was, be he was stated to be, my own servant or not, for the purpose of making on official complaint the nuc reeding day to the Consul. I was accompanied by Mr William Curnabé, en ossistant in my rice, to at na interpreter, and two Chinese coolles, each carrying a laniara with the name of the hong In Chinese characters written an It When wo gol to the police stating the police officer himoslf was not there, but an inferior offer was busily employ |ed in superintending the infiction of corporal punishment on a man who was tied to a pole hand and foot. He empped the proceedings when we stand, the object of aur vielt. We told him that arrived, and them inquired, no fit a could under

we came with the intention of ascertaining whether one of the men belonging to the Hoke (Symu, Muir, and Co.'s hong) Hong was theo bring detained. He asked whether the man then under punishment was the party inquired for Hoth Mr Cornabé and myself were unable to recognize the " oh as being one of nur servants, his features being disfigured by the treatment which he had received. We applied to the two servants who accompanied | us to see whether they know the man, but they seemed so frightened thist they refused to give us any answer. "About this time the palles officer In | angiling connected wah the circams'ance of bis

confinement and release 1-A. I know nothing of charge repeatedly said. "This is not your men: he is a bad man," Mc Carnal & then inquired | his confinement; and hourd nothing of the applic what the man had been guilty of? The answer ation for the relevon, till through Mr Burns. was that he had been going about the streets with

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(In Chinese characters) Dr. Young, British subject, missionary in China, called in, and being doly sworn, is examined:

Q. The Rev. Mr Butas plates that you had in. terested yourself in the case of a young man about to be embarked as a coolis; state what you did in the case 1-A. My Chinnse teacher ted to me one morning that he had a female relativo from the country making application to him for the re- lease of a nephew from the coolie abip. She had bean to the vessel, and had obtained information from the case in charge that her relative would be set free if an order from Mr Tait was given to him to that effect. All that my teacher requcated me to do in the ones was to speak to Mr Tait an the subject, which I did, taking my teacher with I saw Mr Connelly, Me Tak'o partner; bo at once mid that there would be no difcuky, and that he would give orders rospecting him to the man in charge. Me Connolly gave my teacher hie oard, and told him to come back to the offer the next morning, when one of the clerka would visit The abip. My teacher went accordingly the next morning, and proceeded to the ship along with Mr Tait's clock. He came te ma with bin relativa about 12 o'clock in the day.

100.

This young man stated that some men feld bim to come to Amoy, and thence to proceed to Mr Talt's with some potajeen which he was selling, which he did. While balling at Mr Taii's bo mid

??Chiasso broker suggested that be should go with him on board the "Emigrant" coelle depot, and that he would give him wages for working on board hie ahip. He west with blm, and he w there for some eight days without doing any work, at which time there was a draught of cookies from the "Emigrant" epolis depot to a ship lying oat- olde, making in a cargo of cookies. He was re- quewed by the broker to go along with him, and he want. After being there for some time, be found out that it was intended to send him away with the coolion; he thereupon got a man to write a letter to his friends, which information was the cause of bus female relative coming to Amoy to prefer the request previously mentioned.

(9lged) J. H. YOUNG. Francie Darby Byma, British merahanmı, serablish. ed at Amoy, called la, sad being duly sworn, la examined:

if I then suggested that it would be as well belonged to the Huke Heng, and he said not, bai to inquire of the man himself whether be really

that he belonged to a foreign hong, with a garden io frum of. About thật tíma a Chinaman speak. ing Malay can up with others, and said, unides a good deal which I could not understand, that be was not the man wa ware in graceli of, but a bad himself what his name was, en av to obtain in that map. I then asked Mr Cornubá to nak at the man

way some kind of clue to the man's Identity. He replied that his name was Hwan, which neins answered to him we were in search of naked

Did Mr Tolmayo amigo ang reason for the || perple bu represented T-A. Not to the bust of my

recollection.

us to be the broker. When we gotfup ther�? wa inquired of the mandarin if he was the man? Ele rold us that he was not the broker, but quite a different person. We then quietly left, and hind almost got home when we were met by a Ching- man, der of our hang men, who told us that the mandarin bad d'crived us, that he was the broker in queston. Ile further stated, that he would go up with or and identify kim; conseqorady wa went up a gond time, and we found that the fourt had closed and the man was in the hands of the mah, who no sooner saw us then they began to pull me by the hair and drag me on the ground, besides which I rasalved wounds on the fưrad nad braises about the body. I then did my best to escape, in which I succeeded with some difficulty.

Can you account for the beating you receive ed7-4. cannot account for it.

Q. fill the usual manure in which Europeans are treated at Amoyl-A No.

Q Then, so it was an amuros proceeding, it must have had an unusual cause?-A. Ya

Q Did they stick anybody else's hong braides you own 1-A, Not to my knowledge, I not having | Chiness brokat. left the house during the day.

Q. You mid that they were congregated lo wards Mis Jackson's; was it for the purpose of at- tacking k-A. I have go iden

Q has been stated in evidence that young a was induced in enter your abed, and was aới -gam pactanted to leave k; on his brother making application to see him, he was not allowed; but that foaly, on Mr Burne writing a noia to Mr Cornals, he obtained his release, Do you know

Q Then are you prepared to asy that the coo- bro who were arrombled in your sheds were (a monik since) at Wherty to go in and out at plasmare -A. Yes Icoder they were, most decidedly, free agents.

Q. Will you klodly explain this note from Mr Cornaba to Mr Buros:

"My dear Mr Boras,

"I've received your kind nate, and in accordance have delivered over the mon to ble relation, who come in watch of his,

"Yours truly,

(Signed) "Wo. A. Conan."

the police officer whether he had saybody olss in he is not your man, but a bad man." After this, custody. fle wid, "No man bọt chat man, and

soning we could do no goed, we left the puljes sta Isover beerd of the note before, and 1 boleve tion a quietly and peaceably as we had entered it, | it to improperly worded my directions, when I When I had aruved about half way home, I met | heard of the application of Mr Burns to Mr Cor. police officer had imposed upon us, and that the one of my Chine servante, who saved that the | nahé were to are if the man was in the abed, and to

take him away komediately.

was really the broker we were in search of and offered to accompany us back again to iden tify the man, which we did; and on arriving at the door of the outer court we found the man in the band of the ralible, who had ? mon the ground, and were mulirenting bio. I stoupad down for che

of looking at the man's fare, and I received i blow on the vigla shoulder. Then struck the man who held the mail of the man who was bring kosten with a slight enno which I was then carry. log in my hand. Alter that I cat cat speak to par lealers, having been knocked down ihree times. endeavoured to find my way home, but not being able to do so, took refuge in the Shroff's houre. A quarter of an hour after the gentleman living in house came down to the Shroff's bower to seek

for me.

Q What are cho general oireomelances under which these men are in your shod 1-A. They come there as applicants for emigration; they aid | provided with food and Indgings until there is some

vessel ready to take them away.

Q Previous in embarking, do they enter into a contract 7-A. Yce; there is a legal contracE, RI tented before the Consul for Spain, a copy of which in China is given to each emigrant

have not shipped any to a British post for many years.

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Q Why ware they enstporated agrimat the It is not usual to treat brokers in that manner; and therefore I suppose thero must five beru some renown for the treatment he received?-A. There must have been something wrong in the manner of he conducting his busi

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Q, Did you hear of a man baving been remon ed from your heng and murdered 1 - A-1 did not.

Are the coolice now, and have they always been, at prof et liber y to go in and out of poor hong ?A. They are, and always have been.

(Signed) Wu, A, COBNABE.

Bros hin, a native of Amoy, in called in for examinarino; and being daly sworn through Dr. Young, bo duly sword as interpreter, makes the following achternaat:

Ilis relative baving been to his house, said that her nephew named "je" had been deceived by certain men to carry some things to Amoy. terwards they again told him that the foreign ekipo | were inviting inen to da work, and mid, * Will you go or moi 1o he answered, "I wili.** Then Lasked them, Will I get wagne ?" they said, **Yes." Then he went. He was in this ship sight daya; afterwards they told him they wished him to go to as other ship which was going abroad to do work, and to return in eight months or your. He afterwards, heard on board that they would be a long time in geing borne, and he Thereupon goc s'ngan ta wiẩn to lia fiando. Than bislative rame to him, and he went to Dr Young.

Q you visit the chip 1-A. Yes.

Q. Was your relativa preveosed from leaving be ship I-?. He was,

Q ?d you ever wish the place where the coolles

sro kept at the foreign hoogë T-A. No.

(Sined) BEAON LHIN.

(In Chinese characleta)

Tuesday, December 16, 1852. William Hugh Nura", seting-anta of Her ålar jesty's steam sloop * Salamander,'" called ca, and being duly sworn,da examined:

Q You were prevent at the disturbances that took place on the 9ich ukimo 1-A Yes.

Q. Were you cognizant of any riaus, or disposi emigrantente 1-A. Yes, perfectly; and any quelling a disturbance sear the prerelman of Menan

tion to riot, on Tuesday the 23rd ultimo 1-4. A number of people collected on the road in front of the hongs with an avidant intention of masuking any foreigner that might pass. A German gentleman, Me Mendug, who living with us, and myself, when standing qietly at the door, were stoned and brickbatted; also a" grailaman living with Me Helme, nezi door. Buch was the excitement of the people that when I was speaking to Lieutenant Smith and Mr Hospor, I advised them not to go from my house to Mr Jackson's through ibo mộ�?, they would probably be stoned They pard through safely enough in going, but coming back I believe they were both sioned. The mob then dispersed when it became dark. On Wednesday morning, the 24th, the crowd began at an early hour, shortly after the guard was withdrown, all being quiet peariously, to assemble both 10 front and at the back of our henge. I wrote off to Captain Ellman, wating that our hong was then besieged by the rabble, that I had so means of protecting it, and requesting that resistance might be sest from the ship to defend it. Lieutenant Smith then load ed with a party of marines and maitora, sume of whom ba quartered in our house. Bing at brake fast Lieutenant Smith came and told me that the rubble were breaking into my eulbouses, and ank ed me to come out and look at it. He sent times down to guard the doare, sad ordered part of the men to remain in front of the outhouses. Those men were peked by the rabble with stones, brieks, &c., and in order to clear the lane he led the men through the house to the rear of the mob. Ile partially dispersed it on the way down without any firing having taken pleer. The moh had thea congregated near Mr Jackson's bong, and were still cominuing throwing brickbato, &e. I aw Lieutenam Smith, who was than standing on some stepe, track twice by these missiles, "The o sines then fred and the mob dispersed.

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Q Did the mob, or any of them, state why they made this stack 7-A. Not to my knowledge.

Q. Did you, er any pareou in your heus, have any conversa.ion with the mob, or any of them? A. To the best of my knowledge and belief, Das. Q. Can you assign any reason for their having sacked your house -A. Nothing further than a desire of plundering.

Q Was there any statement made to you.or any of your house, that the tiot would care if the ceolie-broker was given up to the amhorities ?- A. It was on Toonday evening that a Missionary, Me Talmage, called upon me, and stared that he had been deputed by some persons to say, that if the Q. It has been stated that the late disturbances soolie-broker was given up the affair would then be which took place here arose out of the coolie emi. quiet.

Q. By whet instrumentality is the contract made knowo to the emigranta 1-A. By forwarding thess Chinrar onpies Into the country and into the towns and villages, the contract containing the terms upon which they are engaged.

"Q. At the time of exscuting this contract, are they free

who ôner pot wish to procced on the voyage le at liberty to leave at once.

Q. How do you reconcils the degree of freedom with the fact stated in the Chinese placard, that they are not free, but that they are entrapped under false pretences, placed in conficemen, prevented from holding Intercourse with their relatives oven by speech, and, finally, carried to foreign countries without the prospect of returning 1-A. The exis lence of the said placard described 1 was not aware of, and, as far as I am concerned, I eno mídly asy there was no detention or anything of the kind ever same to my knowledge, and that of any intending emigrant ever expressed any unwillingnam to me to go abroad, on his representing the same, which they have both time and opportunities of doing, 1 make a point of dissing them.

Are you aware that there was another pla eatd. which ousted that if the coolie broker, who had been arrested on the 21st and was released, was not given up to the authorkies for punishment, they would not buy and sell with the hongs of Byme, Muir & Co, and Tait & Co, and that if any among themselves should deal with them, their house should be pulled down. their property plundered, and their lives inken ?-A. 1 wat ooi aware of the existence of this placard until after the decorbance, and then only in a very vague manner, tried to get a copy of the placard but was unable, because the placard had been already torn down by orders of the mandarlar.

Q. Do you not think that these placarde, and the circumstances and the exasperation of the people against the cool e braker, are suficient to identify the rists with the coolie emigration sa lately one- ried en 1-A. Not entirely I it may ba partly,

Q Are you aware that it has been stated that there was a Gootio, a coolie broker, or other Chi. osse, taken from your hong and his threat out 1- A. I heard a report of the enme, but the removal was not effected from my premises, neither did anything of the sort take place with pertine connect- ed with us in an? reepaci, b?i 1 am rather inclined to disbelieve the story altogether.

Q How do you account for the fact of your house and that of Tuit and Co. being mentioné) In the host o placard 1-A. I cannot account for :

(Bigned)

F. D. SYME

William Carnabò, British subject, Assistant fo the house of Bynum, Muir, and Ca., called in, and being duly sworn, is examined:

Q. You seat to the police office with Mr Syme; will you be good apaugh to state abortly what took place A. remember going up on Banday night

the 21st vltimo to the police station, to sea whe ther it was really the man that they had stated to

Q State shortly the miraomstannes-A About ?o'clock in theo m? thơ sinh Nomalia I was mont with a porty under Lirulegant Beith, to sid lo Syme

Muir and Co. Lieutenant Swith shortly- after this left me with a party to dispeme tho mab surrounding the hang of users Tait and Co., after which be relsenad, by which time the mob had commened to throw stones and brickbata leaving me with sight men to protect the premise of Mesore Byme, Moir and Oe, he went away with the remainder of bis party by the back way, and shortly reappeared again in front from the leas adjoining Mr Jackace's hores. He then o menced an attempt to disparse the mob by hosting them wish muskels. Failing in bis endeavours to disperse the mob, arvatal of his men having been struck by their ininuilos, he bad recourse to fire arme, seeing which, and that the mob did not ap pear to disperse immediately, I ordered my own party to fire on those farthest from our men engag ed below I saw several Chinese fail, and the mob then diaperond,

Q. What were thues men in the act of doing apon whom you fred?-A: Throwing atones and brickbate on Lieutenant Smith's party.

Q. By this you men to my that you merely fired in defenen of your party ; in its 1-A. HA Q Do you know what the mob were about to do: if you do not, what in your opinion 7-A. They had plundered the outhouses in front of Mr Byme's

Q. What did these outhouses contain 1-A. Different utensils for the 'vee of coolies

Q In fact, these outbouses were the coolie ekade it la not so?-A. Ya

Q. Did you see any attempt made to break open the dwelling houses and godowns in order to plan. der 1-A. No direct attempt; stones ware throwa into the rooma.

Q. Would you any that tabose stones were throwa with a view to break open the houses,&c, from per. sonal hostility to the inmates ?-A. I believe the men there assembled were intent on plunder, but still bad a personal dislike to Mr Syms.

Q. Have you been in the coolie sheds from time to time-A Yes, I have been, I think, twice.

Q Were there cooliga in them, and were they, or any of them, subject to contraint, pliysical or moral-A There were coolira; and I believe they were under some restraint; but of what na- tore I cannot say.

Q You would say they were not frogants- A They appeared to be detained.

Q Did you see, on any occasion, personal vio leace_need towards these, or treated otherwise than Englishmen are entitled by law to be treated? -A 1 did not see actual personal violence, bai they appeared to be greatly crowded:

(Signed) W. H. NURSE: (To be continued.)

Den London Correspondent's very excellent smary of passing events in Europe taking up an mách of our limited space (overcrowded with advertimoments) wo give in supple went a continuation of the official enquiry into the cause of the Inte rinte në Amoy, presumed to have grown out of the improperly conducted business of shipping Coolves for the Weil Judios.

Ausmal Pallaw's Twonly nou 'gun salute, with the Stars and stripes at the Main, on tho occasion of Commodore's Perry's departure with his squadron on Saturday last for Japan, was in excellent taste. It was one of those decations when a hatinual salute powcased all the appearance of a gruff old father bolching out a blessing on his well intendinged son, and wig hic in bue onterprizo-God Breed.

THE FRIEND OF CHINA AND HONGKONG GAZETIE

might be allowed to judge of its general truth isende are supposed to be forthcoming to sal thring by the assertion that Tai-ping-wong keeps a ??Enypt and Sytis are sending on a strong farce lo largo barom, and den.onds for himaali- flor the Bulina The contest is not canfined to l "honour and obedienco de paly to God." Europen side of the Bephorus. Bame fusts have we should be Jisposed to attach but very littlo been taken from the Rurgians in Cowgia and weigld to it.

Cicerosis, and gemaal sympmby uppears per Talem ugalist the (tusisns, ?�binks is likely to fare til vory difficult task for them to find their alight semblance of authority in that quarter. The Bukan proposes to head his forces in the coming spring. The Hungarico Guneral Klapwa hai accepted a command from his Brylines

It is greatly to be regretted that Christian Mis- sionarice cabinot refrain fress potting forth as sterling statements what they must know in of doubtful honticity. The report about Tai ping-wang's barom (ho Edor of the North China Herald told us the other day.) costs on na stronger foundation than the ore) tostiumy of a ragged horse boy :-and this Mr Milne, il he ever took pain to learn the truth of things before telling the world thst Troping-wang's colo strongly resembled Mohamedinis, mud have known. We would reomsical Me Mil. ne, in the next history he attempts to give of Christian operations în China, to give all the glory to the Most High;-to confine himself to Oun lent Contemporaries have each publish welf ascertained facts, and, if disposed to any ed report of a hearing in the Supreme Court any thing about human instrumenta in the great on Thursday faut, in the case yclept Edgor and moral and political revolution now going on another versus May; but both of them have in China, to set the example of giving so o erodit neglected to correct one or two important min. to our old friend Gutzlaff-who, Mr Maine and statements by the Defendant's Counsel. The the Directo: sot the London Miwimary Society Incis of the matter are briefe these. The Plain-should know--if they do not know (though inforcements are said to be pressing to the scans of ae

their heart of hearts iso believa they do kuow, i tum from all parts of kin dominiums, and what is of

tiffs having engwonded to net qe Trusting of the Tosolvent Estate of Rawie, Drinker & En tank owans to obtain the sigantures of the Creditors to a deed of the true nature of which they (the Plaintiffs) appear to have bean ignorant. They supposed it was w døed of "Assignment noul lá. spectorship" but, on legal noslyzation, it was foward to bo wanting in those essentials which could aloue render il a dred worthy of its name, However, on has been said, they to the ne. crmory means to obtain the signatures në tho Invents Creditors,-the sum total of whoso debts was winething over $10,000, Dofen- lant's Counsel said "Creditors whose clains "amounted to $60.000 refused to sign." ~ Thin was incorrect. The Plaintiffs were properel I to show (and their Counsel should have prompt- ly shown it) that written promione had been received to sign the supposed died of Assign iront and Inspectorship, from Croditors whosn clamin umounted to $23,000, ne nearly half of thu whole of the mum which the Insolvent - no tually owed; and it was under the bolint that they were auling in furtherance of the interests of no largo a portion of the creditors that the 'lauiff were induced to consent to net wo Trustsex of the Insolvents' Estate. Without this explanation, the Plaintiff action against the Sheriff bears the appearance of futility and reprehensible interforanco with the course of Justice

Tho Register has a show of learned disquisi tion on the inultimem of our Colenial tasolvent |lows-and sitting, us does the Editor - or Rub Elitor or Accountant is the Register allico - or whatever the writor of the article may SCIM- ally be) at the very feet of GAMALIKE. I may be suprosed that the suggestion really came from a higher quarter. But, lowever currect the Re gister may be in its general view on the point, the Editor cannot mirely regret the present sinte of the law, by which a Chinese is enabled to get, in an English Court, anma portion of that juice which the Mandarina of his own country would hardly douy to him.

The cause of the hearing before His Lordship the Chief Justice was in this wise, N'g toch hung, a respectablo Chinese resident bere, supplied Rawlo, Drinter & Co, not very long before they declared their insolvency with goods to the amount of $10,000, for which he received negotiable instruments pay. ablo, we believe, with intorust. Those, on duo dishonour, being put in suit gave a julgment, and it was in executing the process of the Court upon much judgment that the defendant May (Acting Sherill &c.) laid hiusolf open to to the Plaintiffs' suit, which, as is generally known, resulted in a dismusal, the dead on which the Plaintiffs based the action being declared invalid,

A Supplement to the British Banner of the

but will not admit it) bar had more to do wel the basis of the matter than any other human being in the present century.

CANTON.

(From the Canton Commercial List, Juny. 18)

OFJUM WARRIT, Closing Rutes-6 e. x. 10th Jany. Patna

83171 Henares

ranks. The natives of the principalities, and the The Palich soldiery ure deserting the Russian Grecks under Turkish rate, do not accept the woke Intions of the Hussions to sunch themselves to their side in the contrs. The Turkish gary is being strengthened and equipped as capilly as possibl A divison of the French and Englah det kan been moved up toward the rok sen. The Ad mirala have landed at Constantinople. The Bultan exhibits no disposition to listen ta prmpurile of reconciliation from the diplomatic representative of the great powern. We may suppaan auspen sion of arma may be shortly sasioned on the fret condition of support from the western po vers.

Meanwhile, so may be imagined, the Emperor Nicholas her lo so tine paso nway without not vigordas tmemeures to sustain his dignity. H-in.

kunta interest to us, some positiva india stunne are now supposed to be given of what has often loo | coʻjecturad-vis the progress of Russian influence in Parvin, and with the other weigblours of our Indian mimpice Persia, untrary to terms of tra ty, it is siid, is moving hrge forces toward the

· frontier, and an alliance in derland to have been entered osta between the Czar and D?st M shome!. The founder at St Petersburg aru said to be work day and night The Emperor's manifesto drelating the fact and cause of war, has excited profound disgust in all quarters, his own doin tras not excopted. It should be ratiound that LD official urence has been gre to foreiga CALCUTTA OPIUM SALE.

merchants that mlens Roasian property is alléchad, The Twelfth Government Opium Rale took progress of commerce with England &c. The the Emperor will not allow the war to adues the place Der 16. The following is the result of merchant apnded with a ribet vertila addeen. the Sale. Prices ranged from 125 to 143 Rupees The learned in Groten, Vatel said, Pullendorf doc below the ruling rates of this month in last year, wines, are busy spelling out the rights of wrang and from 61 to 63 Rupees below the prices olitain- | bradrid men, and the fansite of ticnce to licu! ed at the seventh pale of this someon :

Malma Turke

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8410 0210

Chests Highest Loweal Average PATNA, -- 2,191 820 705 815-130J Benak,- 1,059 820 805 810-1334

The value of Caton Opium s??Shangha" on the 19th November, was 340 dollar, and Exchange on Caloon 290 Ra, per $100. Canton, Parna was worth $390, and Beauron 8400 on the 24th November, with Exchangco m 245 Rs. per $100,

WRITTEN FOR TA Friend of China.

Landon, 24th November, 1863, Rince last Mail we have had here much of the suine neder of su'jects of publio interest repeated, with no very striking vatówiona, There is still Largo amount of attention devoted to the momentary flocations of foreign politics, and the agility of the Electria Agent kreps alive from hour to lion the expectation and enquiry of all persons arquainted with the events in course of development on the borders of Europe and Asiz.

The speculations of the philosophical, and the vaticinations of the enthurinalle, sonrealy enter into the consideration of popular opinion, but a common pression prevails that the contest now actually lo for between the autocrat of the Russias and the Ousman Porte, Is one on the issue of which some determining impulen for the future of Europe rests, Several meetings for the expression of sympathy with Turkey have bean bald in various parts of the country. may be well to mention that the views of most persons are to a great extent more anti-Rastian than pro-Mohammedan, and that while they desire the defeat of the invador they scarcely wish an secession of power to the Turk."

Miletatais.

The Pro Russian policy of Austria is more and more suspected. Count Bol is to retire and Count Frequent to nauuase ministerial functions et Va

na. Anamy w observation is concentrated at ried next April. Temesvar The Austrian Emperor is to be már-

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over the isthinus-A cargo of hlwers for the Pa natum codecad det. Cork'a few days back-more wet fl-ring in po.

The New York monay market, by the advises this week, has become reales, and although more failures, including a-vine small tank, udarcurred, the return of confidence was anticipates, dinont had gone back soins four or five per cent-The shepiments of sperce to the side have been large. Maine reduction of import duties on Iron &c. is about to take place.

The railway between 3¶untrend and Partiend, and the stammers between Liverpool auf Portland, new koep Canada opra in us thro" the winter momike. slightly at some of the other W. I stands. The The yellow fever fann sigel at Bermoda and inaugural aðilfans of the new governor (Hajkly) of Jamaica has bera delivered, and hopes of amity and unilad rart entertained by the inhabitants, s long dirunited and unprosperous. despprobation, is bring uttered (by the ends alsory Considerable

apprentices for Cubismoine of abokabing perty and other4) agninu the new plan of 65,000 alavery. The Daily News of London was forbed deo minion to Culie, and the Governor secalled to Madrid almost sim-kanoously.

In Ireland, the elastyn af John O'Connell to a vacant borough is a point of strong mily craffice at the moment. The Rov. teary Griffin in the now Bishop of Limerick. The sale of enramhered emala has already tracked the amount of 10) mil· lions netling, property fetching 18 to 30 years pur. chase. The regemoration of fraland seems by this grand scheme to be gredeally approaching by a Dendy Guances and industrial remedy. Mon while emigration has continued pozlied The formen of Cocholia umversity in asid to be in ??forward slate Cardiga! Wisemen it is null will remain at Homer.

In matters of homir policy the principal topic of discussion is perhaj " the projected extension of the franchier, which may be expected to occupy jie at. tention of the next juskumentary onion. No mi- nisterial project has brem promvlystad, National education, and that without refwance to religions views or pasty preferonor, may be said to osenny wi'l fair share of ellenum among enlightened people The continuance of urikos with mouse frank acces sions from other departments of spustiva employ; inents, keeps alive dur question of wager, priem of Decessary article of ennevaption, and the general vocial questions of the age.

The Lancashire colliers have however, from sheer oecemity, returned to their work. The ma mulcturers in the cultos districle got being now much pressed by orders are showing no disposition to conorde the deiner:le at the work people.

The Chardice commission of enquiry is parsing its lahore in that freitiul field of holiqueird and unscrupulos abuare The City of Lood a co- piration commission has plentiful cridanen supplied be Gesi cha persons, of prosent defects sapna. aible reforma. The Lord mayor's show was ole brated as usual, and, an soins conjsaare, for tho Fast time.

The ft Nigence from our nearet continental neighbours in rather less stirring Naples, Italy, and Lardy bave te el 10 du, it appears, than krep a look.com for prosible on bursts of in surrection, of which the suppressed witeratizuo ute loquearty being recorded. The Pope has harang-

f the people of his core, and said he was surry h The public health has Improved, bai the morta- could not avea vaty good opinion of them, but lity is still slightly above the fotme ymr's aver- wumkd try to get them so heaven despite their age. Agricultura) atsisties ate designed to be bad behaviour. Qures Chrion has returned lo mate a branch of the gljacta to which the Board respects to the Queen for the have obtained to tion. There is some ducusing going on as to the Modeid. Mendin stal in drad. Narvaez bus paid of Trade now devatra attention for public informa

ie coumey soit. Beveral now projects of law ace nod to be forthcoming.

At Leon a slig skork of an earthquake bas been felt Italy. The Queen unhappy died in child bed 16th is, infant still born. Ter son Don Podra lae been declared aucecesor to the throne, and the King consort Regent during bis minority, The Luetu's Sister the Princess Joinville arrived It is supputed he will ebustly bo declared of nge

at Llabon not many hours after. Lisbon was tranquil.

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propriety of another Arctic expeditis.

Mr find has discovered another small plast, making now 27 known asteroide between Han been lately announced ne completed. and Jupiter. A machine of perpetual motion ban' Some lively dirousion has been on the high price of coals. The councs are chiefly the the coal trade, and large foreige demand. Home Mrikes of collints, scarcely of shipping at home for ures for the reduction of price are demanded, and abolition of the city tax,

Of Court newn there is nothing particular meatium. The Queen bas boon stopping at Windsor, occasionally diverted with some privase ikeatrical performance. The Duke of Banfort died last week.

There is general activity in most branches of Trade, particularly Iron and hardware.

There are also manifest some of the results of year of extended commerce. The demand for new works of a public nature, and the opportunity for formation of companies to encry out the expand. of operations of the day, aro bringing an: projects calculated to afford facilities for continued com. mercial prosperity and progress.

The influrace of the warlike condalen of Turkey, and the Chinese insurrection, is of course detri

In France bo now features of intelligence bave Eastern question in doubtless the our business of been exhibited. The private discussion of the the day. Entaraal prosperity does not appeut in any alteral light. The food question in lanked upon with a Hitle more complacency, and Official trumpeis ela sounding the praises of the govern ment for its paternal kindnosa in what it has done to avert impending deneth by throwing open the ports and giving scope for private enterprise. Turgot and his advice of 1797 are invoked to testhe tify the propriety of the policy adopted The Fres de principles thus exhibited are of course re- garded with great satisfaction by many in France, and still more in this country, and indications of are being given. The import duties on Iron and born todaced. Count Welewski, Franch Minister at 84 James', has been ena moned to Parin for a fow days. Bune 22 conspiratore have just recaived Imperial retubation modified dosar. The Daa de Bordeaux at Frodades has received and re- turned vinity of the Due de Nemours, concluding, it in mid, a fusion of interene of Bourbou and OF Jeone familiar. The late visit of the King of the Belgians, coupled with the matrimonist alléance of his son with the tapeburg house, has formed sub- ject for playful donjacture of the tropoldine vieme and price on the European political aspet. Ilismigration society have lately despatched 100 Majesty has lately addressed the legislature of his Lochiel men thither. The shipment of gode bas kingdum.

ben tending upward.

2nd al November 1858 " principally occupied??yatuncilation of the Greek Empire, of which the further adoption of that p Coal have just mental to the interests of compesca bere as far

with a report of the fif eenth- Autumnal Meet- ing of the Congregatronal Unim af England and Wofes, as commenced at Manchester on the 24th of October fast. At the Nominn uf the 27th October the following resolution Was proposed by the R. IR Reynolds, B.A. That that Assembly, having tagurd in the przodat oper Logi som presented for the d�?tìam of Chejmian stuck in the at tegen of Chlam, in called upto la congregulars the Di- e and apporter at the London Mer) cicly, un Po duringniobec komet pas upes that facientover, in šta buting been the monna · ? trawluting the Holy Beriptanon e tu slag i mixese langong, and to have a sisted in canying indricum of the Now Tomament through the Pre- ale- some when huppies in ecleral-tion have been apre lly need??and, keling the importance of full-wing the weten weed with the lining voice of the preacher, din An eastly tree th the nerd intarian of the B cluty in Prud vet additiona) Masionar la presah the Chapel in

'fuck

and we read that,-

"The Ret. W. Milne, M. A., supported in by giving * kantony of Chalmina operailuma in China, and shelt bra ing In the present revelada Tha chlfledar vf the tebellun Je posiered be informed boob by truth and error, Much of thing remqueting kimmil suongly membed he code and prasendis of Mohammed, le kept a large stem, and fade any bade a coat on era upea has women, if they should chanor to be in aur palive streat, un pain of sant dead, and demanded for himself the honour mod ube- dence duo caly to God. On the other bowl, be recognised many of the great truthe ai sho Grapel, and innght them to kes f flower,-much so the Unity and tubesh-od of God, jand the brusherbond of humanity, in every portion of t

old. On the whola, ko angured the orbit cerqu

Cluns from the wanderful wente wow on Jnd, combined with the oferta which are being put brits by me bemtian people of England to send the people Bibles and Mime."

In 1

It is a great pity the reporter for the Banner fel not give us an abstract of Me Mine'a " hus- tory of the Christian operations." I wo

The ancient enmity between the Malem and Christian is fairly exhausted, yet no one conten- plates with pleasure the rise of a power which lin nothing in its history se arved to recommend it to the Christian warld. So that, nteld to the main qaration, on which but one opinion pravila, against Ituesin there is a quist aguation going on, both here, in France, and the Levent, having for its objrat the realisation, al some future day, of the

warkkr and fanatical Torks have for four cen taries boon the supplanters. This has been styled the Pan-hellouie movement. Of course the Grecks ace the principal parties to it, and those only who know something of the Greek character since their emancip sus from Turkish braldum cam form a correci ides of the manner in which they contemplate the eod în view, and the methods pat in op ration to avonta-lly secure it. They do not however desi e thu vaunted prosection of the Car in in distasteful, and moreover not worthy of their entida ico, Tricompi, the G?ock minister at St. Jatra kis recently published in Greek hern the

history of the was of independence.

The Norwegian railway is to be opened in the spring.

The Government of England, France, and frus ala daubeless desire unitedly to koop Russian ambi lien in alweek; that of Franco however woulit al inal prefer a successful military demonstration, while England sedently duties to accomplish the end by pacific means. Austris has in reality a toom for the consideration of any interests but her awn; Ley are momentarily jeopardised; she best no maral or financial vitality to sustain her in the hour of peril and surrounding commotion.

Eitherto according to the advices received, and as far as short messages by Telegraph can well conrey, accoon has completely nonded the Turk- rothero have been coine devere emirate, sit?�l the advantage on their sido kus bom denialva. Wo have recently socount of a retrograde movement of the Turkish army which by Russian report was compulsory, but this appears to be incurrect, The forece on both sides are at this moment sup- posed to be inactive, Bucharest is said to have bean bent on the Rossinna being compelled to reticu from it. The declarations in favor of the Turkish side have been general throughout the central Ma-Navy Bay, forming a direct communication of 21 bommoda countries, and considerable re-infusca. 'days long?li from England, for the maile &c. bound

From the Westward we have our mal wekly b?deu of information. The Sandwich Island movement for annexation to the United States is stated to be progressing-The Cuban annexstion echiamo is less declamatory than previously-Party | spirit in rather turbulani, and the fabog nguinit the President nota strong than ever-Camplsiata are being made of the Reisney of these naval forces. Blech disappointment has been expressed at the iw of the Japan expedition. A conservation of Catholic Bishops trok place, and the form of oath published not being identical with the actual terms, trong feeling of displeasure has been exhibited The promotere here of the Atlantio and Pacifio skip canal have had na Spterview with the govern ment-The firm catastrophe on the Proma mail. way attended with the loủa of 4 lives hạt boon a nounced. The Won India Sloun Packet Co. nte about to put on a verwel between St. Thomas and

as it depends on foreign orders from those quarters The Ean ladie Co. entertained Lord Elph-tone with splendid banget immediately preceding his departure for latis en route to Bombay, to

sume the Governorship there.

The government contract for conveyance of the maile betweon Saex and Bombay has been finally conceded to the P. sod O Company, at the rate of Gin, 3d, per mile.

Two Emigration to Australia is not now very extensiva, but still considerable. The Highland

The vessels despatched from the United King- down to Australia in 195) were 271; in 1852,-501 and in the first 9 months of 1863, 801 venvels, bot the avenge tnguage has been respectively 538,000, and 460, showing the sunbar of smaller ves dispatched this year, many of which are intended to remain in the colonial watery.

The Marco Pulo left Liverpool 9th instant, for Melbourer. The Golden Age, American builı stomer of 3000 10, in to leave 26th. The first of the Panama line of steamers is intended to leave end of January. 'The Cratura fine tow boat of 2500 tout, belonging to the straw company, is to leave 10 January.The freigh,joked by her is 67 per ton The Sapphire 1400 ns from Clyde to Melbourer, has been lost Dear Baltual. The clearances of sail. ing vessels for Australia for the past formight have been about 15 veocl. 'The Cairngorm from Chi. De arrived at Filmowib 15th, at Gravesood 19th bad washer bad detrimed her off Scilly one days The Chrysolita" arrivol 16th,-" Ulidia " 17b and "Paton" 19th all at Liverpool.

The "Emilia, Thompson, from Whampoa for

Flaborg, miroved vi (kurtmogth 22ad, kad spoken the Eugenis Irom 21 anghae 23rd Oct. Dat 27 N. Long 33 W.

The Challenge has Jocharged good pan of her cargo surely damaged state at " Payal" and | los gone on to Lisbon to repair

The "Emily" sushed from Laverpool for Shang- has 17th, the Tinto" from London for long Long 20th.

Loading-in London "Sca Queen " for Canton Looding-io Laverpul "Nimroud" 987 tons Hongkong.

Freights are fully supported, and there is no prob pees of a warly decline,

For Australia the racrent rates are from Tãe to -China Ga to 75a - India and Singapore 45 to 55. Freights from the U. ited States and Medi Lerabean are brisk and keep high, chiclly owing to grain shipments, the Corn market has not de clined, and unul very large supplies from abroad arrivo, prices are likely to keep up. The short cropa un the continent keep alivo u brisk demand, there, which, independently of our own requiry- menta, lobes to sustain our market. The Losdor average price of whônt is 70s Bul.

Rion, early in the month, experienced on active demand hare, both for consumption and export, (the doly being reduced in the Zuliverain states), and siter a pause the article is again friply held wah an upward tendency. A large business has been done In Liverpool this week In Attacan a 134ỏm to 13191 and Bengal 131 Vel to Ha Gal, Sugai bes been qua and notwithstanding a temporary revival the aruab is again comparatively dull. Spicos have sold to a lair extent but the prices have brom generally Id 12flower since the beginning of the month.

The scuvily in the Tes matkoi has greatly in crossed during the mouth, caused chilly by the accounts arrivél by last Overland Mait of decrem and shipments as compared with the previous sea son. In addition to the large purchases which have been made for home consumption, there has been a very extensivo speculativo demand,

using

Jan.

THE FRIEND OF CHINA AND HONGKONG GAZETTE

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

ARRIVALS.

а? поно?оно.

13, Irabella Hercus, Robertson, from Sydney, 19th

November.

13,

Parachute (Am. Whaler), Baston, from Oahu,

6th November.

13, Girorge Howland (Am. Whaler), Wich, from

Honolulu, tind October.

13. British Tor, Freeman, from Whampoa.

13, Str. Granges, Baker, from Bombay 18th Dec., Galle 26th do., Penang Sed fanuity, and Singapore 6th do.

14. Mazeppa, Ryrie, from Cumsingmoon. 14, topia (Am. Whaler), Newell, from Isoolatu.

Jan.

19th November.

AT MAGAD.

19, Sophia (Port), Ruzativ, from Bally.

Jan.

AT WIJAMPOA.

13. Aristides (Berm), Fehlburner, Singapore, 19, Shalomith, INter, from Hongkong.

19, Mary Spencer, Fiskor, from Cumsingmoon. 33, Arrow, Dundo, from Cunising on. 14, Augusts (Brom; from Batavia,

PAMENORRK

Per Br. Gang, Mrs Wilson & Child, Asian Surgeon Hanbury, Amplant Surgeon Andrews Mr Stewart, and Mr A. Aubers, One Nauve, and Une Chiuose,

Jan.

DEPARTURES,

FROM HONGKONG.

14, Fr. Str. Le Cassini, Commander F. da Plaz

Macao.

It, U. Str. Susquehanna, Capt Buchanan, Japan.

Venuele

At Manghong

SHIPPING IN CHINA.

MERCHANT VESSELS,

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& LH Jenney, slap

El Tiempo, brig

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Span Yacht Jan Lore Bril. Campbelt

|110|Maker Am. and Wigh Bri 20 Cl

Den 18an Francisco Nov 24 url and co

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Ner IDW Ante and coating Puly t?�]H., Wind co

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leo 40am

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Ove

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--Custo

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Incel Cornells. barque Joku Dugdale, shly Jak. Lansler, skly Land Wasion, skip

die Robarton Dale Gless

150|Ladawyks

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Jane, M. and on

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M. Sebafer and co Bas Frances

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ug

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p.brigation Herau then, ships Orleans, skip Parachute, alp l'oli, ship

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Teabel (imintana, barque t'era 5

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Whampoa Antima, alp

14, U. 8. 24. Phoras, Commander McCluny, sales, ship

Jupan

14, U. 8. Br. Mississippi, Capt Loca, Japan.

US Store Ship Lexington, Comnader Glas

son, Japan.

14, U. B. Sure Ship Southampton, Commander

Boyk, Japan.

a considerable advance in pricer. The article con-1, tinues to be held in great favor, and large purcha Den are still effected at advancing rates; the quan tity of Tea offering is kingularly hted, and every prospect at present exsata of further improvement.

Common Corgog to day in worth 1a Bid por Ib. and no seller at that price. Block in Kingdo 14 16th instant 59,095,000 lb. against 49,300,000 fla 16th November 1852.

The traumeliona in Silk doring the last foun woche bavo not have been large, the deliveries, however, ato good, and mitte und looms are all going

The market has been improving since ortiva) of mat mail and some good qualities are said to have realised Id to fid advance. The market in decidedly Grmer during the last few days.

The doubtful pession of Rumis towards the country pending iba progrem of the Eastern dif. ficulties has saturally tender to make Tallow a speculative sticla, ums, oggravated by deficient ton Baga, the price has advanced through the your some 40 per cyl. It is now rather quietor.

The accuuols given of the cotton yaru market by different parties are somewhat conflicting. Sume maio that they have done enote businoes hant wack's prices-othera (speaking of similar ar ucles) say they have found loss diepovi'ion to put- chase. We believe that there has been partial increase of small purchases, evidently for presen waws, from ben.e consumere; and lodino qualities of 40's and 50's mule, pertsolarly the former, have been saleable al premion rates. But the general cha racteristic of the yarn market is that of unrelieved dullaces. The diminished production, however, prevcals the want of demand from forcing down prices so that although a slight weakness may how itself in coma faw things, a general firmness

14. Teronica (Dulj Welger, 84% Francisco, 14, Gambia, Anderson, Mashiac

14. George Amery, Bell, Port Philip.

14, Dobrug (Dan), Bimesen, Whampos.

14. Mazappa, Hyrie, East Count

14, Kant Bowl (Swe), Kallinlus, Port l'hillip

16, Sea Horse (Sism), Castro, Sim.

Jan,

PROM WIJAMPOA.

19, Canute, Barber, London.

Jannetjca Jerjackkog, Füzmaurice, Bombny.

13, Gardis (Am), Dollard, New York.

ESFORTI.

The Am Whaler Copia, spoke the Barqus North America on the 13th November, in Lat, 36° 30' N 1.30g. 139 32??W.

Vol.

Barton.

Allg

Comm Jere Herm

Mendon Itates Salander

found to prevail in the medium and lower counts Lexington of mule and water. The Bates in greater in goods than in yarn. The entire suspension of sop largo a part of the production has undoubtedly pre- rooted prices from sinking very much lower, no they otherwise would have done; hat it does not induce either foreign merchants or home dealers to Tenture opon speculative purchases; indeed, the latter are not keeping up a moderato unorimont for Pattani waola, 'T'he consequence in, thas secum"" Lions of stock are taking place. Prices ramoio ao mimally unchanged.-

"The market for all kinds of metals has main lained the same healthy appearance observed for manths past, sad in quino descriptiona sull kighor prices have boon oslabihahed. Coppet has advan cod in price as much as £9,10 per ton, and the de- and continuet waabated. The quotations for iron are also higher. Lead is in good request, and price have much improved. The demand for tin is quite quivalent to the supply, and the general aspect of the metal in good. La tim platen a fair amount of baina has foen done

The Money market has been tolerably mary, but decount ranges 43 sa 6 par coat on commer

cial paper, and long daind bills are avoided.

The government funds have been moring up. aided much by the nature of the speculatore oper alion in stock, Consola bara barn 1151 and close to day 95.

The Chartered Bank of Asia statind soma Sin months since it appeats la about to be wound up without commencing beamcar.

The receipts of billion have been moderata, the demand for silver for expor las contioned,

The Euxine taken out £492,000 of which for Bombay, Hilver £127,800, Ceylon, goli £ 4,000

10,044, and gold.

Madren

Calcutta,

10,638,

PassPE

2,608

"

Singapore,"

34,277,

Canton,

??

Bbangbat,"

Honkong,

160,700, and gatal-

E8,707, and gold

Vandalia

Frisca Calbert Constantin

BULIIS OF WAR IN CHINA.

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Flying Dutchman, skip

Hembury, whip

Jal Bucks barque

Juhn Wood, skip

Fluor, schooner

Lady Halles, obl

Mary Spence, hip Mondaynes, brig Hepton, shilp Nuevo Hbaine, belg Unya, brig

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THE FRIEND

VOL. XIII. No 0.

AND HONGKONG GAZETTE. PUBLISHED WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS AT

VICTORIA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 21st, 1854.

OF CHINA

NOON

PRICE $10 per annum.

TERMS OF BUBSCRIPTION to the FRIEND OF CHINA AND HONOKONO (JAZETTE, per Annus, 10 Spanish Bollare, payable in advance.quarterly or otherwise, at opilus. Single Numbers v? conta. TERMS OF ADVERTISING.-T'en lines and under, 1 Sp: Dollr; additional, 10 auto lina. Repetitious one-third of the first recules insertino ships. - Pre? insertion, Sp Suflea, yaubsequent insertions 64 cents Advertisements to have written, on the face of them, the number of things they are required to appear.otherwise they will be publieind until coumiarmandel. A reduction of twenty dre par canton neual charge made when quarterly accouille are rendered for advertisements ordered to stand undisturbed for a period of three months. Pull obarge made for repetition of any Adverthement in the OrpaGAND AUS Notice of dr and Estates will be inserted in both Ovanland and Samı wegner eðlilosa unless otdeend to the contrary.

TAIESTE ROUTE.

THE AUSTRIAN LLOYD'S STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S OTGAMERY, ply regularly between Alesan dric and Priests ontresponding with the monthly and hymonthly Indian Steamers,

The fares have been reduced and the following rates have been ázed, viz

160 Clam £16, 2id Chan £11, 3rd Class £7,; including Table money and feat.

Arrangements have been entrard into between the Directors of the Peninsular and Oriental 8. N. Company and the Directors of the Austrian Lloyd's 5. N. Company, that.-

J Paramores latending to proceed from China via Trisse, can previvo tickets from the Peninsular and Oriental Company's Agents für Alesandria.

2nd, Pasringees' Badnaam can be shipped, from Alamondria by the Peninsular and Oriental Company's Steamers for Southampton; the Freight being Ten Shillings Sterling per Cut.

3rd, Receipts for Canno and Brucem intended for Bhipment to Tritats, will be granted by the Peninsular and Oriental Company's Agonia in Alexandria, fostrad of to dues so formerly, bot ench Package is to be provided with a white label, on which is diloctly marked in priot. "Jo Trask for the Avaratan Ltörn's SquamMUL."

For further particulare apply 10,

WM. PUSTAU & Co. Agents di Hongkong and (conion, Hongkong, in July, 1858.

NOTICE. TRENTO Lora Broan |

Boat Company's Syganun **JAYA," having born engaged by the Jars Government for the service of the bi-monthly. Majl between Batorie und Singapore, under continet for 12 months, will ply regularly during that period between Belavia erd Kingapura leaving the former port about the 10th or 11th of every month, and Singapore within 24 hours after the arrival there of the Mail which leaver Southampton on the 4th of the preceding mouth.

The rates of Pamugo money uto as follows :- CHIEF CABIN. From Singapore to Ahio - 8

Do. No.

do de.

38

*75

to biolo 10 Batavi Return Tickets from Singapore to Batzola and vice veran $180.

SECOND CABIN,

From Bingaporn to Mioso

#6

Do

do. 10 Batavia DECK PAMENORRS.

n49

From Biogapore to Rblo

Weat Judien

Do. do.

West Indies

Da. do

- Pyass. Mule and co. West Tues

H

-Captain

JOet se Jardins, M. and co

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-how, land and co -A. Hoard and en.

Apartam

Siya

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AMERICAN.

Macedonian

Perbation Plymouth Qren

Rowthampton

apply

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Japan 102,8

Sea Wich, ship

Eat Court

Dido, schon

171 Kyrie

Honghong

do.

Lian

w

Ianoradle

Dee- do

Finall

Fak-okay-da

Nuchanan Pope

Howym, shp

...m

500 Theenhill

Det

Hongkong

Shangha

Apan

195 VI

Brandean

Benjamin Hampe, barque Lírit

??| Ngl, De Vaimenn

Beverly, ship

Am

#764 base

l'ouseclus, steamer

150 Urbor

'facian, ship

Drit

sil Perica

Joseph Fletcher, ship

$70 Vostre

wacka, ship

Am

400 reg

Peth, barque

HOM

Haya)

Hazen, barque

Brit

Henito, brig

Span

$5 Dolowan

Spec, schooner

10 Mayears

Star of the Fast, ship

.. Robertson

DuChape

Bril. Garton

Lady Mary Wal, ft.

*

150 Jamieson

+

$43||

(a) Lilever

| 18,

th Brown

أ??س?ت ?ا

Spanien. Jorge Jaan

ROMAN

?جا??

Votluck

Geolong

Shanghe Fr. Ber Pt. Yet Maior. Bir.

Pho

--

Qorrada

|| Bhanghao (uno. Figu

52 apt. Unhofsky Ural 1 20. Korked

VESSELS EXPECTED.

FROM ENGLAND.

From

Hart Oet |Einit Sept 29 - Liv. Sept 199 Liv. Nov 17| 8. Loa Oct 16 3.

Beatrix

Catherine Dumfries

Emily

Judh

Bewors

Fiamy

Liv. Oct 7 H.

art. Nov | EL

Valentino Liv. Aug 169.

??

[Hart Oct 26| 11.

Hart. Sept.

Elero

Klaxing

Lockett Louis J. Johanna

-

??

Mary Uelligonda Vimer

Lon. Oci tu) 3. Hart Nov 12 H. *Hart, Sept 18 H. Hart, Sept 18 FL Hart Oei 17 Sond Aug 16 11. Port. Out 24 H. Lom. Oet H. 1.on. Nov 19 FL

Mary Shepheal

Hapon

| Mercator

Mulder

1,715

Nora Zembla

Chad Nederland

Jannea Keepen

I'ul Jobano

Pelican

Reee Ellis

£13,(20

Beotland

¡Dovie

3,000

Tinto

Jones

Topar

Sell Oct 29 IL

William Paile Wynutsy

Balt Langley

Liv. June 4 H.

Liv. Oct 16] 17,

2,610,-beside which it is

experind silvar the extent of £100,000 will gu

on from Marseilles chiefly for China,

Amount of billedrawn by the Company on their respective Presidencies from the Bit, to the 23rd

of November.

Bengal -

Madras

Busubay

£73,537 107

Exchange,

14629 02 ( 1,662 10 0

£80,729 11 4

at

nl 2. id per Co. Kupce

Silver in bare 5a 23, Mua?can dollare 5a id per ox

Sua SUPPLENKAT,

Order in which the above V'masto left England,

Lost, Polam, Mary Mallanda, New Mendio. Ond Valutant, Dominos, Catherine, Kentzia, Westland Harn, Gering

Jakunna, Kladen, Kazanat, Katy, T

Lam. London, Lit. Liverpool, Mida, Falakka, Hawa Menangkan,

La Caleta, Den, Bombay, Mad, Madeo, fee.

4: (norma. H. Hanghusa, M. Mass. Wh. Wh

Amer, U.Shangha

Time, schooner

Ballad

Arabia, barisa

Nemes, barse

Audan, choc

Lamont, schooner

lona, schooner

kristen, brig Cabe, sp Vall Liang, barque L'alo, consor

For London. British Ter, 13. Free Trader, II. Orkney Li, W. Walmer Castle, W. Jos-pb Flacher, B. Royal Saxon, 8. Oriental, F.

For Liverpool. Tamerlane, H. Confucius, 5.

Star of the Ead, B.

For Calcutta,

Arrow, W.

Triumph, W.

+

211 Dewman

Ham : 140 Minder

Amor Fletcher Das Wo Ispan.) 180/Alrea

Now t

100 LITHrpel

Awakland Taliongkong

Nor Japan

One day

Deo 15 Nispe

Kellyday

Ang valid

Hougtong

-

New In Ness and co.

Juna Reflikana and co,

Pama

Maulle

New York

Liverpool

Deet, Ileals and caLandon

Nov 30, Nye and co.

--

- Heard and an

-8., Hawse and co. Leaden

Ang- He and go.

ned W. Davidon

Manila

Nov 19 Hargreaves and co. Liverpool

-r. Laty

Dec la Jardine, M. and on Shangha JAN 2P, 40. 8. N. ES Shangha DeeJarde, M, and coache Jardins, M.co Wanang ant and co. WHOLENE

Fon

do

|Amey

Thee 23 ardue, H. and c. Woman

Brand

H

19mell and co.

Fisk chow (

14 laldymo, Muir and c. tub-chan in |Sept affølt and co

VESSELS UNDER DESPATCH.

For Bombay.

For New York.

Str. Gonges, (21th inst) Anstisa, W.

For Balaria

Angusta, W. Proteas, W.

For Port Phillip. Tremelga, H. Waker Morrico, El.

For West Indica,

Emigmat, M.

Amazon, Sw.

C. Compagnie, Bw.

Flying Dutchman, W. Beverly, 8.

For Singapore. Lady Raffles, W.

For Manila,

Bella Vascongedo, W. Noero Bilbaino, V. Aurom, S.

San Benito, 8.

For Slam.

For Ban Franciso Cornwall, ti.

Tain, H

Jahn N-Gossler, II Lord Warrison, II.

Loranz, H.

Orleana, H. Potomac, 1. Robina, H.

Wilhelmsborg, II. Deutchland, W. Rebekab, W.

Muxico, Bw.

Neptune, W.

For Shangh

For Panama.

For Pare

Branda, W.

Isabel Quistano, C.

Early Bird, W.

Sea Witch, Sw.

EDITED, INTE V Posades, av tur Puseniaton, WILLIAN TABRANT,

Queen's Road West, Victoria, 1984.

to Minto 110 to Batavia.

20

Children under 10 years of age half price

Do

3 of Froe

For further information apply to Kimura Magatze Warton & Co. Directors, Batavia,-or to Memor Macarne Frarna & Co. Singapore.

Batavia, 26th April, 1983,

NOTICE.

FOR PORT PHILLIP AND BYDNEY. CST THE A. 1. Portuguese ferque " TRE- MELGA, will have quick despatch for the above parla.

For Fanion or Passans, apply to

MEYER, BCHAEFFER & Co. Hongkong or to ANGLER & ALLANBON.

Canton.

Hongkong, 21st November, 1853.

FOR BAN FRANCISCO,

783, TUE A. 1. Dutch ship" 1918," Cap Mais A. F. Oreus, will be despatch- dad en or about the 1st January mesi, for

the above port. For Fatrout, apply to

MEYER, SCHAEFFER & Co. Hongkong, In December, 1863

WANTED TO CHARTER

Ship of from Four to Blx Hundred KRZIA Tons, to carry Chisme Passengers sa and Cargo to California. Apply to W. TARRANT. Hongkong, 10th January, 1854.

WANTED TO CHARTER

Bhip of from Four to Bix Hundred each A Tons, to carry Chinese Passengers

Fand Cerge to Australia. Apply to

W TARRANT. Hongkong, 10th Junvary, 1854. THE New British Lorcha " VICTORIA," will trade regularly between Hongkong and Cant Cargo taken a moderate ratas.

West Point, Hongkong,

13th December, 1852

THOMAS RODENTS.

FOR BALE.

TWO HOUSES the South side of

Gough Street, sach having Gerika Stables, Couch-Houses, & Ground-rat??moderate.

J. F. EDUER. Hongkong, 2nd Janoury, 1884.

TO LET.

Fat TWO Come HOUSES on the South Bide of Gough Street, and another on The North Bide of the mme Strutt, sach with Bul Lee, Ous-house, Garden, &c. Apply to,

J. P. EDGER Victoria. 3rd March, 1853.

TO LET. THE HOUBE in Stanley Street adjoin

ing the one now occupied by Mr Co. mulati. For particulars apply to

N. DUUS & Co. Hongkang, at October, 1858.

TO LET.

ON and after Nonday the 22nd A HOUSE in Carlien Terrass contain- ing & Bitting Roome and 2 Red Floome, with outhouses attached, and large accommodation for servante on the ground floor. Apply to,

instant, until further notice, the Hongkong and Cart?N Steam Company's Steakura will ply regularly between Honakona, Cawton and Madao, ovary Monday, Wednesday and Friday (unless previous notice of daviation be given) as follows:-

The Boat raring Homenaxe on Asaday and CARTON on Friday, will call ut Madao, starting at ? A. M. The hours of departure at other times will be8 a. m. and the boate will proceed direct between Hovezana and Canton. When inducement "ffers the Bouta will call at Comarowoon but previous notice of such deviation will be given whân prac ticable

The farms will be as heretofore.

TURNER & Co.

Hongkong, 12th July, 1832-

TO LET.

THE well known Minion Premises (for Mission purpura only) of Rov, E. J. ROBERTS in Canton. The plece i blthy, comfortable, well known by the Nativa as a preaching placa, and desirable on a Mimion amtion. Lat soy withing | to rent call and examine the place, and apply to Meere RowLL & Co. for the tortas.

Canton, Ist January, 1864.

CIRCULAR

Jal Clam Panda beren Hongkong, WE base the hoger to form you that wou

1+

Canton and Macao & Canton Between Hongkong and M430 86.

12 Deck Passengers, European. -

Malays, &- $1.50. Chinist, - $1. Passengers desirous of proceeding to Macao for short period may obtain return Tickets, available for the first of cond. Stamer after thoir verival,

at the reduced rates of between Hongkong and

Alecao, and ga? between Cautan und Msono.

Every Brei clue Passenger will be allowed ons sarvant free of charge.

The rewals will convey Freight on the terms of their published seals; on which, however, some reduction will be made for large quantities, by special agreement.

All Payments whether for Freight or Passage to be made in Spanish Dollars.

LYALL, STILL & Co. Agents H 4 O. 3. P. C. Hongkong, 18th Augom, 1883.

WANTED TO CHARTER.

continos Berinem in Akva?, under the style and 6rm of LANGLOIS, M"KELLAR & CO.

Our old experience in the tire Trade in the guarantee for the good execution of all ordere trabemitted to do.

J. P. LANGLOIS

DUNCAN MCKELLAR, Akyub, 11th October, 1863, NOTICE is hereby given, that the Copartnership heretofore subsisting between Your Jonse Monnow and Jamun Sturaunton, ander the Bylu or Firm of MURROW, BTEPHENSON & ?". has been this day dissolved. The undersigned, assuming the responsibilnies of the said Firm, will in future conduct the ban?nem on kie owa socoum and in his own names,

Y. J. MURROW. kloogkong, 2nd Janusty, 1854.

NOTICE,

(? have this day established at Canton, under

Merebante and General Agents.

Mr. Edmund Alatandra BrILL in authorised

NOTICE

THE Copartnership hitherto existing between the undersigned, under the Firm of A. H FRYER & Co, is this day disolved by muteal consent.

A. H. FRYER. II. T. DE SILVER. Hongkong, 1st January, 1854.

WITH reference to the abova Notice. Mu 11. T.

DE SILVER to authorizat to ule all Ac counts for the late Firm of A. (1. Extan de Co

A. H. FRYER. El, T. De BILVER,

+

Hongkong, Ist Jamuney, 1854.

NOTICE

THE undersigned begs to intimate, that she buences harrofste ostried on by the Firm of A. H. Farn & Co, will henceforward be cos- docted by him under the style of De SILVER & Cu, which Mr Oko. P. De Vilvan in authorised to sign.

H. T. Da St.VER Hoogkong, Im January, 1854

NOTICE. hereby given that the Copartnership heretofore existing between the undi emgned, carrying on business at Versia, in the Colony of Hooghong, Munonant and Commision Avanto, in this day dissolved by mutual consent.

8. I. RAWLE. B. DRINKER

Hongkong. 15th August, 1853.

reference to the shove advorileoment it is motified that the said concern will be wound. up by Mn 8 DRINKER, who is authorized to at all accounts, and to whom all corespondence will be addressed.

9. B. HAWLE B. DRINKER.

Hongkong, 18th August, 1958.

NOTICK.

PHE oudersigned begs to give motion that hu will carry on a Ganasal Commission and Agency Busiakon, moder the style and firm ol DRINKER & Co, and will occupy the premises of the late firm of Rawls, D. & Ca

S. DRINKER Hongkong, 15th Augbel, 1683,

NOTICE. THE interest and responsibility of Ma OLIVER

EVERETT ROBERTS in our Fim at Ca tom and Shongkar censed on the 20th Juno fast.

WETMORE & Co. Canton, 31st Decembar, 1889.

NOTICE.

TR. GEORGE GRISWOLD GRAY is an

thorized to sign our name by procuration.

RUSSELL & Ca

Canton, In January, 1984

NOTICE

THE interest and responsibility of Mr A. L

ADABKO, Ja. In our Fim cessed from this date, and our Business will be conducted undar the Byle of 0 1. AGABES & Co, which Mr MALCHUS AGADCO is authorised to sign.

A. & G. LAGABEG. Canton, Let Jasonry; 1854.

NOTICE

BHE internet and responsibility of Mr Jamie EDVIJE in our firm at Canton, cassé on the 31st December 1858,

HOLLOWAY'S PILLS

--

SURPRISING CURE OF A CONFIRMED ASTUMA, AFTER FIVE YEANS BUFFERING.

The following testimonial has been sent is Proftame Hallways by a Gentleman named Middicten, af Scotland Road, Limerpool,

Bir Your Fille hoya bean the mass, under Provi dence, of restaring me to mound health, after dryer of severe allision. During the whole of that period, I suffered

mou dreadful attacks of Asthme, fra- quade of several werks' duration, stranded with a lolens cough, and continual spitting of phlogra ister miked with loud. This assbook my emiattalion that I was united for any of the active duties of ife. I was attended by me of the most eminat medical mess of this town, but they failed to giveme the slight- shout three months they acted a perfect care of the A last remedy I tried your PM, and is der, totally scalested the cough, and restored cons and vigour to the last and digestive organa.

I am, tir, your abellóna Berrant, Dated Jan. lat. 1945. (Signed) H. MIDDLETON-

A PERMANENT CURE OF A DESEAORD LIVRA OF MANY YEARS' DURATION. Copy of Letter from Mr. Gomia, Chemi-1, Yasil, to Profeter Horny. Det l--in illa district your Pillo encamand a else before the pub 'n prose of tone enchay in more extensive sale than any other proprietary mali- Liver and Biliona Complainta' I may mgation the fol lowing com. A lady of this town with whom I am personally acquainted, for yours was a severu m?r from disease of the Lával and digestiva organa; bar medical attendant suured her that he anglé de nothing to relieve bac mullerings, and it woo mat Kha?y she seeki survive many months. This amounammene naturally cused great alarm among bar Afends and relations, and they induced her to make a trial of your Pilk, whic so improved ber smoral boshch that the usa indagini This is twelve mouths age, sed do ban not experienced to cool them "artil obe resolved a perfcet ouv any symptoms of relapas, khi "djan doeluros that your Pile have been the ace of saving bar liền,

cio, Dear Ble, yours truly,

(Signed). OASIS.

Nov. 33rd, 1968.

--

AN ASTONISHING CORE OF CHRONIC RHEU- MATION, AFTEN ?EINO DISCHARGED FROM THE HOSPITAL INCURABLA, Copy of Latter from Mr. W. Mom, of the Square, Winchester.

To Phurzon HOLLOWAY,

Bir-f beg to inform you that for years I was a mot ferer from Chronie Rhramat!em, and use often laid for works together by its ass and paietel attack. tried every thing that was recommended, and wat gle rended by one of the ment eminent Surgeons in this town; but obtained to rellef whatever, and fearing that my besielt would be entirely broken up, I was fu daced in go into our County Hospital, where I had the best medical treatment the Institution afforded, all of which proved of no avall, and I came out no better then I went in I was then advised to try your Pille, and by persevering with them was perfectly cared, and enabled to

derable periem occupation, and although a consi

has elapsed, I have fait no return what- over of the complain

sm, dir, your obedient Bernaut. Oet. Bch, 1952 (Signed) W. MOON.

AN EXTRAORDINARY CURE OF DROPSY. AFTER SUFFERING POR EIGLITERN MONTOS

Coppa Latter from Mr G. Brings, Chemist, Geois,

dated February tšik, Toss.

To Paorten HOLLOWAY,

Bir-1 have touch pleasure la loforming you of most surprising care of Droquy,recently effeted by your Taluable medicines CAPTAIN Jackson, of this place. afficted with Droper for upwards of eightee months, is such an extent that it caused his bady and me to be much swollen, and water oozed as li wern from his skin, so that daily change of apparel became neomary, notwithstanding the various remedies tried, and the different medical men conanted, all w of o avait, will be commanding your Pilla, by whic and a strict attention to the peiniad directions, he was WITH reference to the the callan 1 beg if poble.

to intonate that, from this day, I live asta-

you seen this worthy of publicity you are at liberty blished myself sa a Commission Acunt and Man- ONANT in this place.

NESNERWANJEE ARDABELR BHANJAH & Co.

Csalon, 4th January, 1854.

-

NESSERWANJEK ARDABEER DUANJAH. Cameo, 4th January, 1951.

NOTICE.

THE Business bermofore conducted in my name will in future be carried on under the style of P. & J. BYRANJEE COLAH wherein my

Brother Mr. Janasen Bramına olan in ad milled Partner.

L'ESTONJEE BYRAMJEE COLAH, Qanion, 31st December, 1863.

NOTICE

IR CHARLES BRODERSEN is admitted n Partner in our Firm both at Canton and Honghong.

Chios, 1st July, 1658,

MR.

WN. PUSTAU & Ca

NOTICE.

LIMJEEBROY DHUNJE?B?оY

to use it.

Age Funkma

I am, Bis, yours respectfully.

(Signed) G, BRIGGS.

The Pillo are wonderfully offsentions in the fallecing complaints ||'amala trupulo-pitoteeniem al Urine

Scrube, or ing's Hare Theory Stone Gal Secondary By impleme The Dr

Plissa Completam Forums of all hinde Evil_

chesthe Khin Pin

Bowel Comalalts Growi Bolige

iled ache Demetipation of the Indignation

||[ukammar- o

Howle

Dabalig

Dropay

Dyorney

Erysipelas

Ulcers

Liver Complaints Vemsenal Auctions Lambago

Chromasim

|W cuvan of all k?nd?

Washnam, from what-

| ever came, &c. ?e,

Bold by all Druggisin, and at Profwaor Holloway establishment, 244, Strand, Loodan,

By Mr. JM Da SILVA, rod by

HINNAM, ai thoir Boros.

also by WONG ACHEW-fengkong,

Br. J. M. DA FONCECA,-Macao.

and Meters ACOW & Co.-L'ANOT

MOONSEY is authorized to sign our Firm | Al 54, 98d.-20 Od.-4a, Od.-ile,-99%, & 136.

each pol or Box

CHIPS of from 600 Tone and upwards

for conveyance of Chinese Emigrants to sign our firm by procuration, sad will reprenant by procuration, from this date.

200 Banana. "Apply to

LYALL, STILL & Co. Hongkong, 14th November, 1863.

ss1 CANTON.

LYALL, STILL & Co. Hongkong, 1st June, 1858.

P. pr. HEERJEEBHOY ARDASEER & Co.

CUTE Hmunosen, Canton 16th January, 1854.

There a considerable mving by taking the Intge siten,

NB-Directions for the guidance of patients in every disorder are affixed to cach l'es

NOTICE.

THE interest and responsibility of the Into Mr

William Husur Wandery in our dem erminated on the 20th of September last,

Canton, 12th November, 1953.

1117 reference to the above advertisement the

borivers of the House will be conducted a before by Mn D. JOHNSON under the asimu name which Mu F. B. JOHNSON, in authorized to sign

"M"JAMES BOWMAN will sign for us in Shanghae by procurali,

W. H. WARDLEY & Co. Canton, 12th November, 1853,

NOTICE

LL Pervans having claima seninat the Estate

A of the inte WILLIAM HENRY WARD

LEY are desired to sint them in fertlowith in Mestre W. H. WARocky & Co. Cantan, or in M. obis James Bowman & Co. Shanghae, and those in debted to the Bald Estate are requested to make immediate payment to the mid parties.

D. JOHNSON

F. B. JOHNSON, { Administratīva

Capton, 9th November, 1953.

NOTICE.

MR JAMES P. COOK is admitted a Partner

The

with me from and after this date. Busiares will be continued under the Name and Style of Tit08. HUNT & Co.

THOMAS HUNT JAMES P. COOK.

Whampoa, 1st January, 1884.

NOTICE.

?�R ROBERT POWELL SAUL has this day

Mara admited a partner in the Ferms of

SYME & Co.

KER & Co.

- Singapore,

Aionis

PITCAIRN, SYME & Co, Bataras. Batavia, 1st January, 1854.

NOTICE.

THE undersigned hasa bem appointed. Agents at flongkong for the subscribers to LLOYDS, Masters of Vysels are requested to communicate to them intelligence of losses, accidents, the sprak. ing of Vessels, and any gmetal information they consider of importance or internet to the subscribera.

LYALL, STILL & Co. Hongkong, 3rd September, 1852,

EASTERN MARINK INSURANCE COMPANY

REGISTERED In London in 1833,

Memes #tolat Hopinon & Ca............. Marvetaries. Moms Turan Tintas & User Agents in Liverpool Melameda Wyalon ? Co......... Agrams in Calestra and Hangsen Bears Fruket Sewer & Company Agents in Honkaj.

Memes Martano Phatan ? Con.... Aprots in Viagem.

THE undersigned, have been appointed. Agrate in Canton for the above Company, and are pre pared to take. Raus payable without abatement st This place in three months, and in Lonnator LiveR- root in vue monch, eher proper proof of logs is given,

TURNER & Co. Canton, 10th January, 1854

NOTICE

BUN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY

OF NAW YORK,

Cam CAPITAL 81 000,00.

E undersigned bave been appointed ASENT

in Chine for the shore Company, and are preputed to enver Rinks, on first class vemele, to the Price of $100,000. Poureira payable in Canton, Hombay, Calcutta, London and New York

RUSSELL & Co.

Canton, 11th January, 1864

NOTICE.

LONDON ASsurance CORPORATION, Established by Charter $720,

Dany & Co, Agents in Hongkong. Edgara dal noterized by the abora Corporation 10 INSURE FROM Loss OR DAMAGE BY FIRE, " Hongkong, va Huildings, Goods, Merchan fine and Vesaria in Fort at Clam, oo Horns in private occupation only, with external Walls of Stone or Brick, and covered with Slate, Tile, Metal, Cement, and other locom burtible Material, deuched, or adjoining one,

Ed Class, en Hovas of Buildinos erec ed and covered as above, partly or entirely used as Go down, and de'ached; and on Gode and Man CHAKDIRE, Dol hazardowe, in sech Buildings,

34 Clair, on Elovers of BUILDING abova. adjoining other Buiklings, and on Goods and Alen CHANDLER, DOL hazardown, therein.

4th Close, na Homa or Buildings erected and covered as abave, in which bazarda Goode

ara depreted, boi no hazardous trade carried on.

6th Class, on Backu.

Amaraner Tony be effected for the period of

12, 6, or 3 Months.

No Ranch is in force until the Premium

thereon is paid.

For further particulars, referencs in requested to

to made to the undersigned,

Hongkong, 6th October, 1863.

FOR BALE

DENT & Co. Agonia.

FIDAMPAGNE in Pints and Quska, Porr ??Wine, Falk Surray, Claret and Bhanot, all of first quality.

ALM

THE PKIRND OF CHINA AND HONGKONG GAZETTE,

FOR SALK-Joer Recaires VERY Superior Bunter, Sticed Mangos and Cashmere Churnies, Mulligatusny i Curry L'aste and Powder.

MAC EWEN & Ca Hongkong, 17th January, 1884.

PER OVERLAND MAIL ADIES' and GENTLEMEN White Kid It Gloves of averted stern; Ladies' Blockings; Gentlemen's Isleached and Unbleached d-eks i Dork and Ruek-kın riding and driving Gloves; Neck then Superfine Mack and Blue Broadcloth, &c., &c., da.

ALOD,

An estment of Superior Peknives.

MAC EWEN & Ca longkong, 14th January, 1954.

COALS.

FOR SALE at the Oudowns of

MAC EWEN & Co, Hongkong, 30th December, 1954

THO3 HUNT & Co.

VILL continue to kerna Large and Extensive Assortment of SHİP CHANOLERY, # the very Lowest Prices,

Whampoa, 19 January, 1984.

ENGLISH OATS,

FOR SALE STORES of the undersigned,

a few buskorla of English. Ovrs, weighing 43 1br. per buskel,

H. MARSH.

Victoria, 10th January, 1854.

LIST OF GOODS

FOR SALE AT Ma MARSIP'S Millinery Rooms, Queen's Food, Hongkonz. ? CHOICE Selration of Bovarza of the Latest A fashions, consisting of Velvet, Satin Olize

Silk, 1'in and Fancy Straws of every description.

Black and Colored Silk. Mintha. Black and White Lace Dn.

French Barege and Cashmere Shawls French Oher & Talleta silks in every color.

Black & Colored Silu Velvets.

Do. Tibbror in all Widths, Sarh Tikhoon, Bonnet do., Narrow Bulin, Luto & Samnet do, French Brocade Bilk Dresner

Olace Silk do.. White & Colored Tulio do. Lace do., Barege de Boie da

Striped Poplin and Norwich Lustre da

French Merino and Pain Muslin de Laine. Da, in White, Pick, Sky, Bløte vrh & Nịp klon French printed Cambric and Maslia do.

Flaglo's Print do, Black & Colored Barege du. White & Colored Parlatapre in all colars. Swiss and India Book Maslina

Jacenes Phin nad spotud Mulle

Black Brunello Net, Whits do. Tulle illusion Blonde Edgingo, Real and Imitation Lace Lace Fall Da Berther, Sireven, Collarn Cheminee, &c. &

Plain and embroidered Cambric Handkerchiefs Infanta' Robes and embroidered Frucks, Caps, and a variety of under clothing White and Colored Kid Alloves, Milk da, Bracelets and Necktion.

Pearl fet and Chenille Høvd dressra. Wreaths and Bouquets, and a choice selection of Festbere & Flowers from Mudaria Fersiera'a Paris,

An sariment of Latin & Childrens Boots and Shore from Vizuli Este Hur de la Paizķ Joly a Paris, comprising White & Colored Satin Sbobe, Kid and Morocco do, Stuff and Coutil d", &c. &c

Linen and Cotton Diapers, High Línea, Brawn Holland,-Colored do.

Horrocks' Long Cloth, French Long Cloth nary fina and light. Table Cloths very large sizes, Tablo t'overs, Toilet Covers, Quika, Anti-Macamera, Lace Curtains, Mosquita Nei, Rolled Jacconei | Láninga, Unioo and Twill do,, Victori and Yeme- tian Skirting, Whee and Colored Crinolines, Cri goline Petticoats and luptovers, Corded Ditto, Fine Flannels, Nursing Bings, French Wore do Coutil d?, Children's Bands, White and Colored Bilk Home Threat do... Merino da, l'osos do, Colton Bocks, Wool Polkmus, Wool Caps & Sleeves, Ankern, Bootakins, Gloves Comforters, &c. &e

Woollen Hoods Braided Satin and Merino do. White and Colored Satin and Merino Hats,

Braided Cloaks and Pelisses, Frocks, and great variety of Children's Clothing of all kinds.

Haberdashery, Parasola, Eluatic Pages Garters, Sandalweb white & colored, Wida Elkate Worm- od and Luther Baka, Linen Tapos, Shirt Ballona, Droes and Trimming Duttons in great variety, Silk and Wool Braids, Cotton doc, Washing ?o, ?tokvir Net, Ribbon Plius, Bugla Trimmings, Bewing, Ksitting and Mending Custon, Pina, Noalles, Hooks & Eyes, Whalebone, Covered Cane. Wad. dings, Cotton Corla, Ruches, Ribbon Wire, Silk | Piping, Straw Trimmings.

ALSO.

-From Price & Granali--

A small assortment of PERFUMERY. 63"Mrs. Manon begs to add that she will continue to receive the LATEST Fanions from London and Paris Monthly.

Payment to be made in Mexican Dollare, Hongkong, 30th Decomber, 1851.

TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES.

THE Direc'ore of the Austrian Leord: StEAM NAVIGATION Courant in Trieste, have made Arrangements for TELEGRAPHING MES. BAGER to London, or to any Part of the Continent, sent to then from China,

The Messages should be sent under cover, super- scribed "Telegraphic Despatch," to the Alexandria Agent, for transmission through the Commanding Offiour of the Steamer, sod to be delivered immedi

Naile of since in Casks of 2 cut. Apply in alely on arrival of the Vssel at Triacta.

flong kung at C'anion to

LY ALL STILL & Co. Hongkong, lal January, 1984.

FOR SALE.

THE cargo of Red and White LISBON WINE

ex Omgum, just arrived at Marna. Apply to,

RUSSELL & Co.

Canton, 11th January, 1854,

The Charge for Telegraphing 30 Words from Tri per Bubine to London, la shaut 10 Flo- rine, or 12 Bkillings Sterling ; nud £1 Streling for sach Munge

The writing must be in legible worde

For further particulars, apply to

W. PUSTAI& Co. Agents al. Hongkong and Canton.

Elongkong, 27th October, 1883,

NOTICE.

Seaman's Hospital

TRUSTEES.

Honourable David Jarmenn, Esq, C. D. Wit HAM, Esq. Hon W. T. Menon, bag., . 8. Walken, Eig Superintendent of the P. dc 0. Steam Nerigation Company, (ar oficio)

Trouwer,-J. C. Bowning Eq. Revident Surgeon, ---Payan Youno. Eig. Consulting Nu gron,-W. A. Hansand, Esq.

M.D. Acting Colonial Surgeon

Terms of Admission. Public Warde,

- 16 evnte per day. Intermediate Wards, - 1 D Hlar Private Rooms,-- Pacemen are also admitted on deposito, at the fol- lowing rates, renewabin one day previous to the amouût deposited having been expendel,

Publio Wards - - - - 015, Intermediate, --- $20, Privata Ronna, -

The Caption or Consigners of Vessels must to responsible for the expenses of Patients met Ly them to the Eleopital,

M. Ft.- All Hospital Billa to be receipted by the Tronster only

PUBLIC AUCTION,

THE undersigned has received instructions to

ON THURSDAY.

the 20th day of January next, At Noon precisely, Unless previously disposed of by privula rate, the following Propeny,

In one lot. That building in the Queen's Road known elbe

HONGKONG OLUB HOUSE,

And the um buildings attached, with the fund upon which the whole is built-Registered in the Daud Ufire on Infamil Lot No. 18, meDALJE.

ing 14 100 square fret.-Annual Ground Rent £129.7.

Also in one Lot

Alle Splendid Furniture, Billiard Tablos, Pime, Crockery, Glass Ware &c., &c. belonging to the above establishment.

Conditions of Sale, Cainlagues of the Furnitare dc. will be distributed some days prior to the Auction.

GEORGE DUDDELL,

Auctioneer.

Nongkong, 9th November, 1858.

Bheri Oler Victor, 13th January, 1854. N'o-Tock-lluno r. Kawie, Dusena & Co. NOTICE la hereby giron that under the Writ Nof B: fe: meued in the above action, all the Household Furniture, Office Furniture, Merchan. dia, or Goods and Chaitale wantsoever in the House or Godowne of the D fendants will be sold

|

Muunter's Orrion, VICTORIA,

19th January, 1954,

"Ng Tuck Hung v. Rawls, Drinker & Co. THE Sole by AUCTION of PROPERTY of Defendants, advertised to take place on 9a- TURBAT the 21m instant, is postponed until Wed, msday the 35th inst.

CHARLES MAY,

Acting Sherig

To the Editor of the Fajenu or CuUSA,

Hongkong, Beli Jamuncy, 1854. Duan Ben,-It was with much plessure I road in your list irgue another rebuke to the Hongkong Register. Tooce, from such a quarter, a di?a?ation on the July vacinty owes to itself of securing reci. procal honesty between men and man, is aroun sing. You appear to think that the writer of ikal anflection of warde, without very clear mean- Inge, was the Chief Justion's sering Cork, and that the suggestion mado omiasted from no kamer personage than his Larılalıp himself Concur. ring in auch ruppo-itium 1 proposa in this comm nication to back up your remark shat, at all svenia, the present viata v�?que Culonis) (ventrent Lawi can hardly be regretted I will go farther dian alia. I desire to show that any alteration of the law -Any incrran of facility to designing or thoughtless persons to take advantage of unwary people,-Chi- nese of here, in commercial dealings, is strongly tu be deprecated.

No, Mr Editrit not the law-it in the law's prac litioners that requira amendment'in their practice. I do not confine myself, be speaking of the law's practitioners, to the Coust aermals, Attornim od other. Amendment should begin with the higher powera ; -the Governor-the Colonial Bucretary- the Executive Caudell, should all be taught to re- member their powion-their duty, and with them 1 emendment abrold comments;-for it in with them the duty remains of soring every part of our Colo- mial symom-legal an will no oiler banohe perforing thele saska with sourgy and purity.

villatatu to you-me esses of pretty general ato | rity or illuuestions of the monssity for din smenit- metallude to. First, in urder of like, in ?�b?rl? the Hagistar's remarks are certainly applic uble-bot equally no certain is it that it ban mut been by the fault of the law the delinquent has escaped the rward due to "his dumorita. This was an in- solvent cow-the insolvente residing an of the colony, but beving certain estate in it which they appointed so Automey to realizo mod alonjoler, The Estate was duty real and but what his became of the proceeds? Echo auswers-whai Thay ato still in the trende of the party who realized them, and the leor something else -le twofficient to caue the bollar to disgorge

Then again came that ifisgraceful Bulians can The owner of the ship Sultana sent the vessel to Chion with orders to the Sapereurga in charge vi bring her directly back to the port abe sailed from. When here the Supercargo instead of sticking to his insiructions entered is a sharter to proceed to California. He received and remitted to frio master some $10,000, and then broke through the agre

by Ponato Avorion oo Suurday 21st day of ment, arned the passengers out of the val | Funnary instant.

Particulars will be given in Hand bille,

CHARLES MAY, Acting Sheriff.

PUBLIC AUCTION. TE undersigned has received instructions to sell

by l'omic Avotion on

SATURDAY,

the 29th day of January, 1854,

on the Premiess, No. 4. Gough Street, North Side) at Non,--

The HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE of ??Gentleman Joaring the Colony.

All particulars will be stated in the Cavalodur.

CHARLES MARKWICK,

Auctioneer. Hongkong, 12h January, 1834.

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.

FOR CANTON, THE Lareha "ANONYMA," will be despatched to-morrow evening. For Fanone, apply to

Y J MURROW. Hongkong, Sat January, 186),

TO BE SOLD OR LET, THE HOUSE on Hollywood RoadIntely occupied by Captain HoLWORTHY Ceyla Rider-and The flause No. 7 in Gorgh Street at present in the occupation of Dr. Corr.

For particulara, apply to

MR. BURGOYNE.

Wellington Street.

Victoria, 19th January, 1854

FOR SALE.

N lavoice of very Superior English Canvas A and TWINK.

AL80,

Red and White Linnas Winn, of fine quality just arrived. Apply to

1. C. PEREIRA.

Miend 14th January, 1854.

FOR BALE AT THIS OFFICE. AND AT AKOW & Co. CANTON,

THE SHAPONAR ALMANACK POR 1854,

AND

MISCELLANY;

TT contains the usual British and Chinass Ka. lendar, ingether with dator of the operations of the insurgents during the youta 1852 and 1853

Meteorology of Shanghee for 1833

American Treaty in Chinese and English. List of Foreign Hanes corrected to preral time Renters of Land of the Port of Shanghon, 1859. A Table shening the cret of Tea-at Exchange

from Ra. to us, the dollar.

&c.,

&c, PRICE-Sp. 2, or De. Od. per Copy.

&c.,

serve, to pilfur, or lo comult wuendo-and, meded by the law, the ship malled back to the port whence she came the owner then turning round ant ying My Bupercargo had an business to let * the resol contrary to my instructions-to him "you must look, I am not to suffer. I cannot lo

made to return the money received the law * allow it, and the Court confirme it."

This oase, for which there can be bat ona namN, should certainly have besa checked by the Acting Attorney General of the olony-the party sup posed to be placed here as tertor to evil doen.

There is another case of closer applianbility to my subject than eiber of the foregoing. A party. -country, wame, and position shall all be nemo- less-residing out of the Colony End clon against and her, which, after longiky litigation, re- salted in a deeren (mcrossed by costs) fut apurarilo

The Anorney in this case, an officer of our Hio. mouraola Superine Court of Hongkong, exercing that power which all Atornles are supposed to pennene, without h?a client's authority, weltled thin

decree for less than a half of the soms decreed; and of the manny so recaired (notwithstanding the fact that upwardle of an eighth of a bakb of dollara hed already been paid by his Client for aasta) he modest ly proposes to retain, sa commismon dec." about Kiba of a half. The reukeum the Client refus to accept; and, further, denies the Attorney's power to compromise without his comment. The answer to this ja "1 have given up my practice, * am going to England, if you don't take wasi * 1 ffer you, you will get nothing." In this case the Governor, the Council, the Court, have all ben made cognizat of the facts; but the vietim of placed confidence is so far from redress

ho won the day he first found himself deluded.

J'br instances that effice my purpose showing that it is not so much the law that requires smradment as the preotice of those within wwara sphere it is to put that law in operation. To gu back to the case with which we need. The whole drift of the remarke which the Register hat made can only be interpreted as the exhibition of a desire to offer a premium to people of essy con cineman vagonragem ot to such 10 go on ard

sway away on all top ropes" and what a judge- men of the Court le pet in proper process, to turn roued on the unfortune creditor and orniin hum by the offer of a bag full of thin air."??

I am, Dear Sir, Your's,

PURBLIND

??Who ever before hened of a lawyer charging comm slos os moury resolved, in addidim ya kia legal esnes ??C

??The Regler'a ?emark about property worth $10,00) belog sold for a song. Is not applicable. Hanida (bo Hon-E hold and dice forekote, the Asana, I am sold, ure uit. 1.

DEATH-A Monunos Dia, Cloxgirone, on the 19th lasinet, sped 3 monika, the ton vf the Rerd, Holen Neumses.

NOTICE.

Nrw Advertisements should be sent as early as possible on the days previous to publication; but grerally, advertisements will appear in the forth. rming larus if received at the office as late as Eleven A.M. l'ednesdays and Saturdaye; specially racepting the days on which the Wuils are despatched

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THE FRIEND OF CHINA AND HONGKONG GAZETTE.

VPTOMA BATURDAY, JANUARY 2017 INGI.

DIARY. MKOMANDA ONTIG HELE POULIPATION

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BUPPLEMENTARY SHIPPING LIST.

Jan.

ARRIVALS AT HOKOKONG. 20, Yesel (Dus), Meman, from Bhirlda, 20th June. 20, Libertad (Chilian), Lunborg, from Ban Fran.

cis:0, 2nd December.

JAB.

20, Ende Hales, Marienborg, from Whumpon. 20, Whamburg (Ham), Miller, Pubick, having

struck sa a rock and broke ber Rudder,

DEPARTURES FROM HONGEUNO, 20, Mundogurs (Bpan), Porras, Menila.

Panos-Pet Libertad, 101 Chinese. REPORT,--The Yard passed a Stoner off Cape Verds on the 97th June, in Lat. 16 11 N. Long. 95 24??W.

The sulty weather of the past few days re- muted about the Canton rivor with wond sharp squalls, and at Macao yesterday it blow half a gale, clúefl; from the southward. The Clipper Brig Brenda, and Ship John Dugdale the former bound down, the other up the river, both appear to have suffered aloft through it ; the Brenda having brought up with jika bonus. alore top gallant mast gona -the John Dugdale's main top sail yard in two pieces.

TЯ P. & O. 8. N. Co.'s Bream Ship Pekin, Captain Grainger arrived on Wednesday, hav- ing felt Calcune the 99th alt, and Singapore (where she appears to have stuld the best part of a couple of days) the 9th instant. The Pukin met the Ningapore at Pinang on the 5th, on which day the Shanghai left. Sing spare for Calcutta. The Pekin enenuntered a strong hand wind the whole of the way up the Son, and bringe 1,725 Chests of Opium and a amall quantity of Transure ($30,000,) The Puoushur was to leave Calcutta on the 30th ult., and may be looked for hourly.

The report of the twelfth sale averages was givan. In our last (Pains by the way being ar romanuely printed Re B15 instead of R+ 805).

From Private letters we learn that gambling was going on, and that Patua of the first salo (to have taken place on the 10th inst.) figured at front. 870 to 875. Bizar quotations on the 20th ull gave Paton Rs 910 to 812,-

Benares Rs. 820 to 825,

Ma Rawle of the firm of Rawle Drinker & Co., being desimos putlicity should be given to the following lutter as soon as possible, has re- quested its appearance in our column:-

"Hongkong, Jany, 2b, 1854.

A. SHORTREDE Erg. Editor of the "China Mail," "Der Bit,- beg sna will correct, in your next ime, grom error, made by the Asteroný Gonetal in his opening of the care of "Eiger and smollite *. May, Sheriff, reported in your paper of yes terday. Thorney General states that in Feby: Mr Rowle panda Bill of Exchange to a Chloniendo, &c." Now I solemnly de- clare that nafar pasand a Bill of Exchange to the Chipamen-Abeat the and of the year 1862 of the beginning of 18554-a purchase of iner chandas to the value of beiwen $10,000 and 040,000, was made from Chinaman, a large part of which was pois for in cash, and for the by Iance do any $10,000 promissory note, payable in Six months, was given. This note was diwwn by Mr Mennecke, (thes Rawle, Drinker & Co. Clerk) and signed in the osine of the firm-vy Me Drinker; and I never know that such a note had been led Mr Dent told me of it in his own nies, and that he had saun it. Plesso insert this letter in fall, and oblige

Your's faithfully.

8. B. RAWL.

THE FRIEND OF CHINA AND HONGKONG GAZETTE.

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Chistuan Langmality - 'f'ong Achick, on bulialf thought it worth, while in be slwriya on the Duk Q. Do you thank u well regalsteel ngetren of of the four Que-Knons, or gemi Chinese houtée ní our for "Dreadful Marders" "Allecting Huicides," antigration would be preoptable to the people linn, this city, appeared before the Recorder yesterday, "Dalractive Fira," "Cruel Hobberies," "El-qu med beneficial 1-A. There would be may alj c and placed in bia hande $1000, as a volontary mento," "Boductions," and axering incidents' of | Hone to is, but still I think there are very many euntribution upon their part in aid of and for the

of all sorts. These rien differ from the regular re- people who would be willing to go. use of Captain Love's Company of Rangara, for

Q.le ie your opinion, founded upon your own porters because they are paid by the time instead their services in capturing Josquin and dispersing of by the week, and, of overar, the amount they | knowledge, or an statements made to you by the his gang. The money is to be paid over to the obtain depends upon their industry, their ingenuity Chinese, that the coches have been under undue person properly authorized by the company to re-

in turning a ??plain unvarnished tale" into a star- restraint in the skede 1-A ??abigh thơp buvo kera ceive it The Chloees, it will be remembered, iling narrative, and their facility in making the under undue restrosas; but know not how much of wore the espacial objects of Josquin's ferocity, and

better appear the warre completion of a stury A this is chargeable to the merchants. Į may add suffered severely by his outrages. The Ringers penny line seems at firal view but a very amsil|| that, formerly, they might have been ignorant of bad feard that some of them had offered a reward remwarration for labour, but, in point of fact, the evils perpetrated by their servants; but now. of $80ud for his empture, but they could noi trioe ??maus in, ia the first placu, un error, for, it 19 not a after the late disclosures, a soluma responsibility.

The tapert to any reapumaitila anuros. The Chinese bere, although ja no manner bound, have with commandable kḥerility come (yeward with that contriháttum of $1000, in token of their appreci tom of the Ringers' survices. 'Thay hova "prod themselves in this city, on many ocersions, " liberál and public spirit Cople --San Franciscu Daily, Nov. 18.

A considerable it has hean cnuned by a report that the Peningular and Oriental Company have applied to the Admiralty for permission to remove their sacs to the Port of Trincomallir in plura of Galle, Taie proposition is mid to have been caused by the plate of the Galk: Habout, now so imperfectly rapi lind with bencana to point out the entrance in si to clear the dangerous coral reefe abounding thers, an will no the want of a Dag skull to signal to approaching vaovels. "The went of a Telegraph Colemba and a Rillway to Kanily to afford facility for the transmission of rapid intel. ligence to India via Trincomalie on the arrival of the Blasmurs at Gally when the great Indian Tola, graph is elulisted from Madrós to Calcutta in astabilislied, is said to be an adilitional renesa fur ??the proposed moramunt. Here is another instance for the many of the Nero like system of "fiddling whila: Rome was burning."- Ceylon Times, Dec. 13

CHINA.

We sto more interested in the slate of Chins than anything that in nearer our own doore, The imperturbability of Jobs Chinaman was a 6xed thing in our popular belief, and the lies of their cutting off the pig-tails and overturning their temples. bas taken us quite by surprise. The nature of the movement, tos, is a mystery to us. | Their vague motion of Christianity, and the tub- bish that they mix up with it, equally astonishes. That they should have gni so much and d me so h da in eurloon That the rebolu should have done ou much and got so little is equally curious, lar wo are sold to wait till they have captured Poking, nisl ; then we shall on a new order of things - Wa hewa had several attempta st explaining erergibing to us, but none of then in altogether untiafactory" 2 ho Time has Itely given iwo very elaborate articles on the sukjent, but it in yot far from being cloor, If the ju a new religion rising in the for augt and another in the far wout, it will comes a vad dialurbace to sho nadinary surront of nur ideas. Joseph Burich, and the Apostle of the Chinese-). cannot up the instant call (bo gantiema" by kie right name, and I have no timo to go and luck ter it-ara queer figurum to come across our path t this advanced period of the 10th century. Who. ther they are jumis natura, or whether they will Lake roul upon the earth and feet, must be left sa time to determine. We look forward to the next Mail from China with considerable noxiety. It is not merely that the most valued of our domestic in. stitutiontha T'ex-pot, is in danger, but as a pro- blem in Bucingy," the development of thin revolution is stuly interesting, and if a totally now ondor of shinga ba estabkened in Chios, it will undoubtedly tell on all the world. A third part of the human race cannot be in an unsettled wate without communicating thase unmosineet to the other two. If they manage their own affa-te, well and good if not, both America and Rutala are said to have Goets in the mighbourhood, and they will pockapa uraist thom. We can have no objec tion, and anything that will open up Chine mat be considered a gais to humanity.-Bumbay Ga- wolle, Oci, A.

THE TURNING POINT IN LIFE-There is Turning point in the life of every human bring We do not ment theen in a tidal garrent which must ehh and flow, and flow and ebb ; but something lege drĥnite-come thing more dependent na cir cumateacon. Man is lega a creature of destiny that is generally imagined, Destiny is something inevitable, like the tides; but so every malient being has the power to make his or her destiny. either he nor she can be consider as any other than a free agent, as regards the completion of his or her future. It to lie onre taken at the turning peint that determines the coming-especially who. 1er for good or evil. When this turning point can be trengsized constitutes the whole af the difficuhy. When it dura come, the character of the future is fixed. It a soly allowed to beings with the svols of giants to smil ja iba wind's eye. Therefore | the critical period in every man's and women's spiri ual life should be closely watched Generally, in man it occurs within five or six porn after kunining mashond-in women li to soraya enclicz, Eighiren would be a reasonable limpia for all female Lemperamente. But whenever it does occur, it invariably preceded by bodily lassitude, mental Isa-kude, and a longing for something not present to the in-agination, and to becha anche cannot be givon. The fact has not hitherto been conmdered by meral physiologim-Bombay Qazite, Oct. 8

penny but three ball penca a line, which the news. | foute upuo them to see that the coulas més qut un- papo pay for theso casual chronicles of the mo justly dealt with. ing incidence of Landon hfs, Thus, for ninety-wit * 42 Du you think it would tend to improve the lines, the sums paid is twelve shillingi. Bunin mr- | foalings between the Europesot and Chinesa if sentiel festurs of penny a lining that the matter in thess sheds wets disurated with, or thrown open not considered exclmars. The writers are allowed to the public view?-A. If thrown open to the to send the same matter 1 - all the newspapera; no public view, thore would probably be iu need to that, if all the morning papers make use of an ar- - dispense with them. The strach made upon then ticle, the Dinely six lines, reokaing twelve csillogi I believe to have arisen from a disposition to plunder each, from the ax morning papere, ammunta lo | by a bal drecription of people, taking advantage of thren pounds twelts ahillings. Thun, it will be the fosulty shown by the respectabla portion of snow that, where a ponny a tiher ge's plenty of the coran uusly to coulis emigration in general, aud

to the cone brokers for their deceptions in parti "copy used," namely, inserted, the pay sa by no means no sounty as the term would seem to imply, cular. Varioua miretinga ware held by the rospect. alle Chinian, at which suggratlona were mods for It will not, therefore, crente surprise when we siste that some individuale, who fron long connection

the destrocion of the English hong", the unacking the coole ship, and various other extrema men - with a paper, kare become favourites, manku what

is called a good deal of money. Our reporter, who wore with a view to mitigate the evils of the direct his attention principally to city matters (we | gynem; but these were all repudiated, an likely to do not meso a clay aniele), is supposed to make a ??be injurious to their own interests, because their had a yest, and this by naly a few hours" | suecesars ceuld only be temporary, as in two or, or Inbour day. He however, is a very clever, in.

three days viriness would be up from Hongkong. celligent, bustling an avala), and may be consider

and the cobble, after plundering the foreign honge ed at the band of the clase both from his intellectual would plunder induciminsely among the sanver Requirements and long services. Another reparier

(Signed) JOHN V. N. TALMAGE on the penny line system, instead of confining himself to the metropolis, takes ??cange of thirty or forty mile around it, undertaking to give un'ac-

APPENDIX (A).

count of the murders and sudden deaths, nad

Proclamation issued by the Scholars and Merchants of Amoy, other attractive incidenta of the same kind winch ocea within that circk. This gentleman has a elylah vubicle, and comtrives to keep three kurse and a handsome reablishment out of the profits of his peregrinailons The branch entails a good deal of labour, book by night mod by day, cause the account to firijunally brought from a distance at late hour, and at all times the groat paint is to avoid delay. Bombay Gazette Oct, 14.

COOLEE TRADE.

Exclus B In No. 14. Hinutes of Evidence loken at a t'ourt of Inquira

held at Amoy to inredigate the Causes of the Inty" Riots, and jelo the manner in which Coolie Emi- gration has been lotely carried on of that Part, Depositions taken during an investigation held at Het Britanic M ·jesty's Consulate si Amny, luta the causes of the riotous proceedings which took place at that port on the 91at, 12, 23rd and 24h v�?November, 1852 (Gootword from Supplenarai No, & page 41).

Friday, December 17, 1932. The Rev. John F. N. Talmage, American

missionary at Amoy, called in, and being duly aworn, examined:

Q. Bate the ruberance of a conversation which you no aril in evidence to have held with Bir Byme on the subject of coolie brokers 1--A. There were half a-deusu tropretatile Chinese on Monday and Tuesday who caine requesting me to intercede with the merchants, making them to give two pro. win in order to satisfy the people. Owa promien mas, that the coolio-braker who had heen arrested on Sunday evening, and was said to be then at Me Syme's long, should be delivered up to the Chinese authorities. The other promisa wan, to secure again any future decoying of man by time brakoze. In my copertanton with Mr Syme on this subject, I stated thron reques'a of the Chineso. I told Me Syme, that respectable Chinese assured me that these two promitra would be swflicitat to satisfy the people. They would then agaia commence their business as formerly. I also stated to Mr Syme some reporta I heard respecting some placards (above alluded to, le tered A and B.)

Q Did you think Mr Syme was a party to the deception practised on the people 1-A. ? did nut think so.

Q. What, in your opinion was the immediate cause of riot 1-A. The immediate cause was, in my opinion, the reports in circulation that coalie brokers were decoying men to go off na emigrants. These repors centered mostly on Mr Syme's hong, a few law on Mr Tall's bong.

Q. Do you believe it to be true, that the poople ajo generally tempted to leave liome for Amny by false promises t-4. The number so dealt with is

noi gioni,

Q Do you not think there is a moral aldization resting on the employers of these coolie-brokera to fend thus so brouglit down, or pay incle expenses back 1-4. It brought down under false pretencse, certainly.

Q. And therefore the employer can have no clam in confine such persons upon the ground that they bad fed them a fortnight at there works ? - A. Certainly not these; and I am doubtful whether they have the right to confine any.

Q. And will less, you would say, have they a right to expatriate them against their woll-d They can have no right to expatriate them against their with

Qle it your opinion that verinus alfoms of the coolies to escape have arisen principally from an unwillingness to emigrata 1-?. tulu my opi The Aristocracy of Penny a Lining.-It should 'nion ; but I suppose some of those who hate at- be known that there is in every newspaper sila. compled to escape originally entered principally for bljabmment an edient, a sub editor, and a corps of, the inke of food, without having been decayed. reputers and literary writem, who receivo a regu Q. Do you not think that contract to be just gular salary. As it is obvious, however that the should be entered into before wither of the parties reporters cannot be everywhere, and that occur. I was brought under obligation, and white they were rences will daily happen in various parts of the still free agus ?-A. I think the substance of the town of otarast to the public, a class of men have contram should be explained to them previously.

|

Nties, being an exposure of, for the purposing of cumareeting, the artifices of bordered mis cicants, who impose on the people and seduce them to their destruction.

From the time that the barbariane began to trade at Amoy, they have had the practice of buying poople to sell age; subjroilag ilium guillem of crime to erwel trestment, and employing evil-de- posed and traitorous natives in entice away peace. able people. These agents, styled brokers, consist ing of some scores insimately losgued together, would attach to themselves several hundreds of valiers, and rem ring vil restraint fro a their (nor- Milores wherever it might lead, without any scruplo. | diunta cupidity, would follow the course of these

They have daily in the country, along the covet, nught about in all directions for persons whom they might calice suny, with the end of making go for themselves by the detriment of others. Ily fon prospect of minuto adrastaze they drew away lonely and destrula persons, while they held out alluring beita to seduce the younger members of

elded families Their tricks were innumerable, and they would dexterosaly conceal their resi | dreigas. They would pretend to hire their victima for employingat by which they might resfino a beliod, and then drive them into the pita propar- ed; or they would cheat them with promises of advantage (here some Malay words are used which are unintelligible) and thus got them within their power; or perhaps would invite them to travel and divert themselves, and so urge men to destruction. Every kind of abomination thay wore ad ficted to, The ignorant country.people have many times thum been lom ko numbers. From souls so abandonad to corrionem every spark of inante right feeling must have departed."

The men being invaiglad to the barbarian bouten and ships, are publicly sold. When once among u them they cannot understand their gibberish, and they are kept in close confinainant. They may implore Ifeaven, and their tants may wet the earth, usb-their-Complaints are altered in vain. When carried to the barberina regione, day bashlight they ara impelled to labour, without interval even fur sleep. To advance or evtreat is equally impossible to them; death is their nola relief,

Moreover, they can transmit or receive an intel. ligence; noue know whether they be alies or dead, and the hearts of their parents and families are lorn with anxioly. The succession of there famdire is cut of, an injury for which nothing can mione. Alas those who living were denizens of the central flowery country, dead, their ghosts wander in strange funda. O, azuto Henten above! in this way aro destroyed our righteous people.

Our present suggestion is, that the benevolent and respectable public shall unité in esertung their influence to repress these practices. L fathers caution their sons, and elder brothers there younger brothers. for seeing the evil, and guarding against it. Let one misguidedly kind thems·lici to promote dia schemes of wicked traitors. Let us mutually warn each other, and point out to all men the roads which, while of life to ans, are of deaths to on thousand. Wo remure, nu above, to expres our bemble but sincera and kaartfelt sentminuts, trusting that they may receive the consideraton of the public.

Notification by the scholars and merchants of Amey.

A true trauslation,

(Signed) - M. C. MORRISON

Areukpix (B.)

Proclamation issued by the Inhabitants

of the Eighteen Wards.

The barbarica are ungovernable in the extreme and their only motive of activa is destre für gaw. W Ve, the people of the eighteen words (the town of Amoy), have now agreed that we will bara no die. pate with be barbarians, but will concert mesuree for the regulation of our conduct amongst ourselves. From this time, il any persons transact, boarness with the Te-ki and Ifa ki hưng (Tait & Co., and Byne, Aluir & Co.), they shall be put to death, their property seines, and their houses destroye without nere). Namo shall be permitted to enla bligh firms for foreign trade. Any brokers who are caught shall not be carried before the author

Lies, but shall be 1 obce killed. Hereby we express

the public indiganun, and do not employ words

24

of courte. All are warned therefore to abathers from tesung The truth of them, I Thit & Syma give up to the authorities, that he may have justice dealt on him, the broker whom ons day they col bed away, it will then be permitted for theta to du Lunes again.

A true Translation,

(Signed) M. MORRISON.

Inclouen (0 in No. 14 Account of the Interview at the Marine Magis trade's on the 14th instant.

The interview was opened on the part of Captain Fashbourn, I. N., by expressing to the mirlas magistrate the desire which the British Govetom st erinced to costret eriala oboses which had crept into the system of emigration at this port, and s?- riously wished for the co-operation of the Chinese authorition in effecting their purpose, so as to deul, in the investigation which was now being held, so Jually by the Chuame as would be done by the English themselves. The maciae magistrala dil But conceal his adentration of the spirit of justice which animated the British Government, and sa- promed much stinction at the decisive steps which the British Plenipotentiary had thought proper lo adept for the suppression of the provant train of evile, and that he was equally evaguine in the same cause; that he had already several of thms oufa- riowe Kibtowe or coolin-broketa in hin custody, and that he would proceed with wamstignind rigour against the whole of them, and would not res quiet until the antica alust of them bad suffered for the evil they bad wrought; but he strongly pro- tested against the interference of the merchants, who, he said (naming Mesara Tak and 8jme), bad, on spery occasion of an arrest, aithær sent in their cards with menanges for the releads of such or sock

??broker, or also come themselves to get larm out, The morine magisrate consequently took this op portunity of formally complaining, and thought the present occasion a favourable one of potting stop so such proceedings, hoping that the necessary olders would be given for their discontinuance,

THE FRIEND OF CHINA AND HONGKONG GAZETTE

ware empty-handed ; he, therefore, denied that they had come for the sake of plunder; he added, had the four men who had been kitted been either inga bonds or thieves the soldiert would have been jṣati God in dring; but that the victims were respocimble people of Amoy, and the their relatives were ?asy harassing his with petitions for redress, and for the punchment of the offenderas be was told that

· by the Treaty regulations whenever Chinese bave sú complain of English subjects their duty is to plate their grievances to their authorities, who will | communicate on the subject with the British Con [sal and get the grievance entremed. But in this instance the prople had not done so, they had takvo chu law into their own bands; they had attacki en English hong, and if any had innocently suffered it was but only what happened in every riotous case where troupe are called upon to de their July. 12e was told that he should have written to the Consul bout the coola broker being obnoxious, which the magistrate said he did by verbal me angon, and that the Tanutas had written on the whole matter to the British Coul.

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PUBLISHED WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS AT NOON

VICTORIA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16TH, 1854.

PRICE $10 per annum.

TERMS OF BUBSCRIPTION to the FRIEND OF CHINA AND HONGKONG QAZETTE, por ¿naum, 14 Spanish (lolları, payable in advanon, quieterly or otherwise, at option. Bingle Nutabere, 16 can ta TERMS OF AUVERTISING.-Tan lines and under, I Hp: Dolly; additional, 16 sette??Ina. Hapeililone one-third of the first regular lasertion Ships, - First insertion, & 8p. Dollen, coubsequent Insertions 48 cones Advertisements to have written, on the face of them, the number of times they are required to appear, otherwise they will be pabllabol until countermandod. A reduction of twenty ära per soni su navel skarga made when quarterly socounts are randored for advertimenta ordered to stand undisturbed for a period of three months. Pull charge made for repetition of any Advertisement in the Orsaland loose. Notices of drive and Estates will be inserted in bọth Oraulaan and Saut weekly aditions unless didered to the contrary.

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To the best of my recollection, I believe the above to be the substance of the prosadings and conversation which took place at the marine cangin trala's on the ith justi.

Jan.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

ARRIVALS.

AT HONGKON�?

I, Str. Pekin, minger, from Calcutta, si Dec. 18, Bella Vascongada(Sp), Aguirre, from W'pus. 12, Mundoques (?pan), Portae, Com Whumpos. Dec.

AT MACAO.

19, Confança (Pon), from Port Phillip. Jan.

AT WHAMPOA.

He said he felt that it was fully time to sup the | 15, Kokinoor, Lavien, from ilongkong,

evil, which had assumed a criminal tendency, and 17, Dannebrog (Dan), Bimeseo, frum Hongkong.

that the coolie.brokora, being the wicked parties,

ought to be severely punished and made an example

off and be desired not to be interfered with in the | Jao. performance of hin magisterial duties.

DEPARTURES.

PRON HORGKONG.

1, Nymph, Wilson, Wonsung.

17, El Temps (Span), Yachausti, Menila.

11, H. M. Sur. Rauler Hellarab, Shangha

18, John Dugdala, Williams, Whompoo.

18, Cho (Dut), Herr, Whamps.

18, Str. Ganges, Baker, Whimpos.

18, British Tar, Frenman, London.

The coolie broker, whose evidence was required, was then carried into the room in a dying cinta bis legs bore the marks of severe brugen and gushes, sourcely healed; nest the knespan Still le?e The bone bars. He was evidently on the brink of outh, and speech seemed of difficult users. The magistrate said that he had the been ill used by the exasperated mob who had captured him, and who had handed him over to him in that condition. The coolio-broker being too far goon to give bie evidence, only one single question, "whether be | Jan. was the same broker of the floke bung 1" wa

18, Free Trader, Campbell, Manila.

19, Hobina, McWha, San Francisco,

19, Hemsöurg (Elum), Miller, San Francisco.

FROM WHAMPOA.

13, Triumph, Claughton, Calaus.

SHIPS OF WAR IN CHINA,

pat to him, to which ho modded his head, and sod | 16" Lady Hastes, Mutionborg, Singapore. yes, and was then removed. It was then nokia | whether the military masdarion or any o hi soldiers were prezent when Mr Myme went to get the broker out of their owwody, and on the ocassion D that scule, could be produced and went to the Con sulate in the morning to give their evidence. The magistratu, uchnowledging the imperiosas of sheas withresos, said he would make an application for them at the military station, and send word in the morning; but that he knew the mandanın alluded to was sway on day with the Admiral.

The marine magistrate then begged, now that the British Government had ordered an investiga tion, that the merchants might be strictly prohibited from carrying on any longer their trade in Chi- sese coolice, for be was convinced it would sooner or last cause serious disturbanoes a?d endanger Ble and property, when the support of the Chinese mandarine would no longer kavo e?ent; thom wore apprehensions looming in the future, which he considered bis daty at prosent distinesly to stata

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not be appointed by the Chinese officials to inspout | Rusthampton ech emigrant ship no she left, for the purpose of??Supply satisfying bumaci? that no coolies were carried out of the constry againn, their will, the Harfang (murine magistrate) smiled at be iden, and state d that there we general prohibition in the code of lewa against the emigration of Chinema vabjecar, He blūsily complained of the wickedness of ibasu coolin-brokers, who were doubly culpablo,

was told that he should sein all these brokere who kidnap and deceirs, and then emigration would gu a smoothly. He replied to this that they were all inside English booge, and that when ba g?t hold of any of them a merchant would come for. ward and claim them | to wit, the last instance, when the Hoke bong merchant went to the station nod got that man cos, against whom the people bore such a bitter batred.

The ill treatment of the mate of the English remel (" Australia") war ihm complained of; he had been upeared in naveral planer, and his body osherwins bruised by Chioma soldiers, whilst he was passing by in a most inoffvasive manner; be was an injured man for lift, and by the custom of England be chimed an indemnity' of 5000 dullara. The morias magistrate aid it was not the ninge in Chime to pay money as compensation for wounds inflicted, but thai by the laws the case should be minutely investigated, and the offenders punased; that they bad similar cases of immoesol persona having been abot ar woonded-persons who were at a distance out of the crowd-one a hosimae in bạn boni, another an unfortunate child-and still the Chinees did not claim ompensation for the erroga injury sustained by them; but he required the trial and punishment of those persone who fired upon the disarmed people and shot fuar men, wounding

To was made to understand that the rearm had been discharged lo nall dafenea upon the rabble, who presented a very menacing attitude and actined intent se pleader, having actually began to ser Mr Bymo's bong; that it was noctill after the Eng. lian soldiers had been brickkatınd that they find

The magistrate domind that the people were there for plunder, but said they were collectal there to revenge themselves on the onolia brokers who had been carrying on a soume of kidnapping ; that mot one of the people then provont was armod, but all

two or three others.

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Fre

Colbert Constantine

Shanghon Pr. Bir

Ningpe

Pr. Vat

& Branden

Beverly, Mp

A

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Capt. De Vona

encias, steamer

110 Dearborn

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Brit

311 Pearles

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New York Liverpool

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VESSELS EXPECTED.

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Hart, Bep 7 H. Low, Oci 208.

last Nov 13 H. ||Fart Sopa 18 11. Hart Bapt 18 H. Hast Oct 17 - Spad. Aug 18) 1. Poil Ou 24 FL |Lon. Oct 4 H. |Lon. Nov 19 H. dield Oct 29 H.

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Yet long, barque

For Landon, Orkney Lam, W. Walmer Castle, W. Jorph Flacher, a

Regal Bazon, B.

For Liverpool. Tamerlane, H.

Confucina, 3. Same of the Eam, 8.

For Bombay,

Str. Ganges, (27th ios)

For Calcutta.

Bur. Pekin, (4th inst.)

Arrow, W.

Bhalomith, W.

Barnato Dart,

?�M. Mama, Wh. Whenym, k

�?

pala

s day

Ang -||(novel and co

|100 = 1. Devideos.

Maula

Ner 10 Hergrates and co. Liverpool

1. LUCT

900 16 Jardion, bl. and on. Shanghag Won... N. Lo

De Jardin, M. sad os

Shanghor

Jardin, M. and so Wothing

||||||1rman and en.

W

Den 23 Jantios, M., W

VESSELS UNDER DESPATCH.

For New York.

Amrti, W.

Flying Deichman, W. Beverly, 8.

For Port Phillip.

Mathilde, H.

Trameign, H. Wakar Merrion, H.

For West Indies.

Emigrant, M. Amazon, 8w.

C. Compagnis, Sw.

Menzies, Bw.

For Pama.

Sea Wich, Bw.

For Batavia,

Augie, W. Prolou, W.

For Mavila

Mondaques, H.

Nuevo Bilbaine, W. Aurora, S.

San Benito, 8.

For Shanghes. Arlotilen, W. Brenda, W. Early Bird, W.

??

Wong

Falchow Fab-chon fa

Muchw

For San Francisco Cornwall, H.

John N Gossler, H.

Lord Warriston, H.

Lorok, H.

Orimos, E.

Potomac, H. Deutchland, W Rebekah, W.

For Biom

TRIESTE ROUTE.

THE AUSTRIAN LLOYD'S

STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S STEAMERS, ply regularly between Alexan dria and Trieste corresponding with the monthly and hymonthly Indian Steemer,

The fores have been reduced and the following ratre have been 8zed, viz

Tot Clann £16, 2ød Claro £11, Brd Class £7, including Table money and fees.

Arrangements have been entered into between the Directors of the Paolosaler and Oriental 8. N. Company and the Directors of the Austrian Lloyd's 5. N. Company, that ---

1 PANENOREs intending to proceed from Chink via Trieste, aus treesvo tlakem from the Penisoler and Oriental Company's Agents for Alexandria.

208, Padernouza' Bronson can be shipped, from Almendrie by the Peninsular and Oriental Company's Beamein for Southamptow ; tha Freight being Ten Shillings Sterling por Cat.

and, Receiple for Canoo and Bracis intended for Shipment to Tricale, will be granted by the Peninsular and Oriental Company's Agonu to Alexandria, Instead of to Sues an formerly, but each Package is to be provided with a white label, on which is stimolly marked in print.

**

Transit for the Averran Leotos BreamDK." For further particulare apply to,

WM. PUSTAU & Co. Agents at Hongkong and ( anton, Hongkong, 1st July, 1858.

NOTICE.

THE Netwwalando IndiaBroar |

BOAT COMPANY's Brazen *JAYA," having been engaged by the Java Gvernment for the servies of the bi-mombly Mail between Batavia and Singapore, under contract for 12 months, will ply regularly during that period between Balavia and Singapore leaving the formér_port about the 10th or slth of every, Tomih, and Slegapore within 24 burn after the arrival there of the Mail which leaves Southampton

the 4th of the preending month. The rates of Piange tooney ato no followes- CHIEF CAR?N.

From Singapore to Rhia-

Do do to Minto- ?о do

to Batavia

8

18

76

Return Tickets from Singapore to Betwis and

FOR PORT PHILLIP AND BYDNEY.

TELA. 1. Portuguese harque "TRE- MELGA, will hava quick dospateb for the above parts.

For FRIGHT or Pamaon, apply to

MEYER, SCHAEFFER & C??Hongkong.

or to ANGIER & ?LLANBON.

Canton.

Hongkong, 216 November, 1853.

FOR SAN FRANCISCO.

THE A. 1. Dutch skip " 1818," Cap lalo A. F. Grawa, will be despatch- ...acked an ar about the lat January next, for the above port. For Funtour, apply to

MEYER. SCHAEFFER & Co. Hongkong, December, 1853

WANTED TO CHARTER

sand

Ship of from Four to Bix Hundred A Tona, to carry Chinese Passengers and Oarge to California. Apply to W?? TARBANT.

Hongkong, 10th January, 1854.

WANTED TO CHARTER

Bhip of liom Feor to Bix Hundred

A Tobs, to catry Chinese l'assengers and Cargo (0) Australia. Apply to

WM. TARRANT.

Hongkong, 10th January, 1854. THE Now British Lorche "VICTORIA," will rada regularly between Hongkong and Canton. Carge taken at moderate raken.

THOMAS ROBERT'S.

West Point, Hongkong,

13th December, 1853.

moderais.

FOR SALE.

TWO HODGE 8 on the Sunth side of

Gough Street, each having Garden Bubles, Coach-Elouses, &o. Ground-rest

J. F. EDGER. Hongkong, 2nd January, 1884.

TO LET.

Pay TWO Commodore HOUSES on the South Bide of Gough Street, and another on

NOTICE

THE Copartnership hitherto eximing between the uniteraigned, under the Firm of A.H. PRYER & Co, this day disolved by mutant consant,

A. H. FRYER.

1

1. T. Da BILVER. Hongkong, at January, 1854.

I

reference to the above Notice, Mr H. T. D. BILVER is authorized to -úle all Ac- counts for the late Firm of A. It. Fayan & Cn.

A H. FRYER. H. T. DE SILVER. Hongkong, In January, 1854.

NOTICE

NOTICE. THE le rest and responsibility of the jata Me armlasted on the 29th of September fast,

Canton, 12th November. (863.

Test end responsibility of the late Att

WITH reference to the above advertisement the

before by Ma D. JOIINSON under the SLIME Dome whigh Ma P. B. JOHNBON, anothorized to siga,

We the theme will be annéeted as

M JAMES BOWMAN will sign for us in Shangkas by procuration.

THE undersigned begs to failimate, that the

business barc-fore carried on by the Firm of A A. H. Farm & Co, will henceforward be con- ducted by her under the style of Du BILVER & Co., which Mr Oxo. P. De 21svun is authorized to olgn.

Wongkong,

H. T. Du BILVER January, 1854 NOTICE.

15 hereby given that the Copartnership beretofore existing between the undersigned, carrying on business at Victorio, in the Colony of Hongkong, m? MARURANTS AND Canion Aanme, is thin day dissolved by mutual capsest.

8. B. RAWLE, 8. DAINKER.

Hongkong. 15th Augus), 1953.

resor to the above advertisement it is outfied that the said concern will be wound. up by Ma 9 DRINKER, who is authorized to adjust all verunt, and to when all correspondence witi ba addressed.

9. B. RAWLE. B. DRINKEIL

Hongkong, 18th August, 1?63.

NOTICE. THE undersigned begs to give notion that he I will carry on a GENERAL Comicston and Acenet Bearman, woder the style and frm of DRINKER & Co. and will occupy the promises of the late firm of Rawan, Dutnger & Ca

8. DRINKER. Ilangkong, 15th August, 1653.

NOTICE,

the North, Hide of the same Street, each with Bab-WE theme style, a Branch of our business as

vice veran 18u,

RECOND CABIN.

From Bingapore to Minio

$26

Do. Jo. to Batavia. DECK PASSENGERS.

n49

From Singapore to Rhio

Do.

10

les, Out-houses, Garden, &c. Apply to,

J. P. EDGER. Victoria Bed March, 1859,

Do. do.

to Minto to Batavia-

Children under 10 years of age hali prien

# of Free.

Do.

For further information apply to Meera Nisolated Warton & Co. Directore, Batavia, or to Memor Maciatue Fratak du Cô. Singapore,

Batavia, 26th April, 1863

NOTICE.

and aker Monday the 22nd instant, until further notice, the Hopekono ase Canton BTEAN COMPANY's Breaks will ply regularly between HONGKONG, Capron and Madão, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday (unless previous notice of doviation be given) as followe:-

The Boat leaving Homerore on Monday and CANTON on Friday, will call at Madao, starting at 7. M. The hours of departure at other timon will be 8 A. M. and the boats will proceed direct between HOYONG and CARTON, When indomat offers the Boots will call at Comernomoon but previous notics of such deviation will be given when prac ticable,

The farm will be as heretofers.

TO LET. THE HOUSE is Stanley Street adjoin- ing the ons sow cocopied by Mr Co- MELATE. For particular apply to

N. DUVA & Co.

Hooghong, 2lat October, 1853.

TO LET. DOUSE in Carlton Terrace eolaío

Aing 2 Sluting Rooms and 2 Fled Rooms, with oathouses attached, and large accommodation for servants on the ground floor. Apply to,

Hongkong, 12th July, 1969-

TURNER & Co.

TO LET.

THE well known Mission Promises (for Mission purpose only) of Rev, 1. J. Renunte in Cantan. The place is hoakhy, comfortable, well known by the Natives as a preaching place, and desirables Mission station. Let any wishing to rent call sad examine the place, and apply to Mesars Romalt & Co. for the torma,

Canton, 1st January, 1856.

TO BE BOLD OR LET.

by Captain Holwonroy Caylen Rifles-and

In Clate Panorme between longkong, & THE LOUNE on Hollywood Rand lately occupied

Cosion and Macan & Canton $8. Between Hongkong sad B 010 - $5.

Drek Passengers, European -

14

Mulyo, &a- $1.50, Chineer, BI. Passengers desirous of precending to Macao for short period may obtain return Ticketo, available for the best of ancond Stamer after their arrival, at the reduced rates of 98 between Hongkong and Macao, and $12 between Canton and Macas.

Every are alar Pasenger will be allowed one sorvant free of charge.

The rewals will convey Freigh on the term of their poblished zeniu; an which, however, somna reduction will be made for largò qanotilles, by special agreement.

All Payment whether for Freight or Passage to be made in Spanish Dollars.

LYALL, STILL & Co. Agents H&C. S. P. C Hongkong, 18th August, 1653.

WANTED TO CHARTER.

CHIPS of from 600 Toos and upwards for conveyance of Chinees Emigrants 10 Havana. "Apply to

Neptune, W.

Daniel Rose, W.

Henbary, W.

For Sandton.

!

John Wood, W.

Bella Vascongada, H.

LYALL, STILL, & Co. Hongkong, 14th November, 1868.

EDITES, PRINTED and PoblieWED, DY THE PROPniston, WillIAN TABRANT,

Quero Hood Want, Vieroin, 1854.

the Floare No. 7 ku Gough Straf at present in the occupation of Dr. Chost.

For paniculata, apply to

N. BURGOYNE. Wellington Street, Vloteria, 19th January, 1884. CIRCULAR

have this day established at Canton, under Marcbant and General Agent.

Mr. Esmera Ackxandan StilL is authorized to sign out firm by procuration, and will represent

CAPTON.

LVALL, STILL & Co Hoopkont, 1st Jhin 180

NOTICE. THE interest and responsibilay of Me OLIVER EVERETT ROBERTS ʼn our Firm at Can- tow and Shanghar coased on the 10th Juna laut.

WETMORE & Co. Canton. at December, 1853.

NOTICE.

MR. GEORGE GRISWOLD GRAY is no-

Morro Bus we by procuration.

Caston, int Jensa??, 1964.

RUSSELL & Ca

NOTICE.

THE interest and responsibility of Me A. E

Acake, Jr. in dur Firm consed from this

date, and our Business will be conducted under the Style of G. L AGABES & Co, which Mr Milan Agameo is authorized to sign.

A. & G. L. AGABEO, Canton, Ist January. 1854.

NOTICE. HE interest and rrapomelbility of Mr Jamentiun Even in our Brm at Canton, cinsed on iku 31d December 1868,

NEBBERWANDEK ARDASEER BHANJAH & Co.

Canton, 4th January, 1854.

W. H. WARDLEY & Co Canton, 121, November, 1863.

NOTICE.

LE Person having cisime against the Estate of the late WILLIAM HENRY WARD. LEY are desired to eat them in forthwith to Monca W. . WARDLAT & Co. Catfin, or in Mano JAMRO BOWMAN & Co. Shanghai, and those an debted to the mid Estats are requested so mako immediate payment to the said partian.

D. JOHNSON F. B. JOHNSON.} Canton, Pib November, 1953.

THE 125th PRANKFORT STATE LOTTERY, Clearouteed by the Government of the free City of

Frankfort-on-the-Main.

Administrators

On the 29th March the drawing commences and will be continued daily until the 22ad of April, 1864.

The following large Prizes will be gained:-- | Premium of Plorios 108,000 £8,150

Prise

1 Dine

I Disto

Dino

100,000 8,950

60,000

4170

20,000 1.070

M

16,000 1,250

12,000

1,000

2 Ditte of 6,000 F.

10 000-

840

- 16,000-

1,040

-16,000- 1,840

I DALO

4 Dio of 4,000

Ditto of 2,000

100 Dio of 1,000 109 D.40 of 800 6,780 Dino of 100 10 Premiuma

6.000 Sharce.

100,000- 6,340 2,500

= 80,000

-578,000 48,200

7,780..

630

Fis. 1,084,700 £88,000 Sterk

12 Florins equal to One Pound Sterling.

The last drawn of the fra 12 Prises will nocive the Premium of 100,000 fr. consequently one

share my grin about £16700,

The above Bite Lottery, established in 1799, like Continental distribution. There are 18,400 offers the best, fairest, and miast savedment of sov

Tickets and 4,000 Prizes, the smallest prize being £7. 10 Sterling The drawing will take place in the presence of the public, at the Loterry Hall, Frankfort, ander the immediate control of a saleci commitee appointed by the High Senate.

In this Lottery every number in drawn, whether black or prize, and its fate distinctly marked in the [afficiat list, a copy of which will be forwarded to |unch foreiga Shareholder.

PRICE OF SHARES.

Oas Half-Share -

One Whole Share.

One Quarter-Share

£10,

£ 5.

£ 2. 10. The following advantages are given by taking a

number of Shares:--

6 Shares, or

10 Half dito, or 20 Quarter ditto

10 Shares, or 20 Half dito, or

40 Quarter diuo

20 Shares, of

£48

06 *

-

£ 180

40 Half dino, or

80 Quarter Bharos.

Bhares and prospectuses 10 to be had of iba undersigned, who are now specially appointed for the sale of sbare for home and foreign countries, and have given security sufficient to fol every engagement towards the shareholders.

The Prines will be paid in the East Indies and

J. A. SCHWARZSCIRED & SONS. Bankers and Appointed Government

Latery Contructo:, Frankfort on the Main.

WITH resence to read the day. I have note. China through an Eiablabed Bank.

to intimate that, from

WE ban the boot to OANT this place.

Contious Busimase in Akyak, woder the style

and firm of LANGLOIS, MOKELLAR & Co.

Oor old experience in the Rice Trade l the gorate for the good execution of all orders trasermitted to us,

blished myself as a COMMON AORT and ME-

NESSKOWANIES ARDAGKER BULANJAN. Camoo, 4th January, 1854

NOTICE.

THE Business heretofore conducted in my name will in future be carried on under the style of P&J. BYRAMIRE COLAH wherein 195 Brother Mr. Jamasan Byraxton Colan ia nd- mided Patiner.

Apply, without delay, to Metro J. A. Schwabe DCHILD & Sone, Brokers, Freakfort on the Main ; or those who preter 1, may direct their lettere and ramillances to Movers A. Bowwarzschild & Co. 28, Lombard London

J. P. LANGLOIB.

DUNCAN MoKELLAR. Alyab, 11th October, 1853. NOTICE is hereby given, that the Capartnership Nheretofore subsisting between Yorion Jonas Munnow and Janzo Stevnanow, under the Style of Firm of MURROW, STEPHENSON & ?o, has been this day disolved. The undersigned,

sing the responsibilities of the maid Firm, will CHARLES BRODERSEN is admitted through Mr F. ALOAR, Colonial Agent, 11, Cle in future condues the business on his own account and in his own nema.

YJ MURROW.

Hongkong, 2nd Janust?, 1854.

PESTONJEE BYRAMJEE COLAH, Osion, 81st December, 1853.

NOTICE

Partner in our Firm both at Caion and Hongkong.

W. PUSTAU & Co. Obian, let July, 1858.

FRANKFORT STATE LOTTERY. With reference to the terms of the above all- vertisement, intending parahae:ta ata informed that remittance of monies for purchase of A. J. SCHWARESCHILD & Co's Buanks, may be made

mont's Lace, Lombard Street, London, who will in euch come protect the jatorrnia of Colaslat Bhareholders.

London, October, Ist, 1859,

*0

NOTICE

R LIMJEEBIIOY DHUNIREBIOT

AL MOONSEY in authorized to sign our Firm

by procuration, from the dais.

p. pr. HEERJEEBHOY ARDASEER & Co.

Co Elonungszu.

Canton 16th January, 1956.

NOTICE.

JAMES P. COOK is admitted a Partner with me from and after this date. The Hasinem will be continued under the Nume sad Byle of THOS. HUNT & Co.

THOMAB HUNT

JAMES P. COUK.

Whampoo, let January, 1854.

NOTICE.

IR RODERT POWELL BAUL hau this day

Mbis admited a partner in the l'ums of

SYME & Co

KER & Co.

Singapore, Manila

PITCAIRN, SYME & Co, Damein Betavin, tot January, 1851.

NOTICE.

THE undersigned have been appointed Agenta si Honghong for the subscribers to LLOYDS. Masters of Vessels are requoated to communicato to them intelligence of koosta, necò?�lenus, (he speak. ing of Venals, and any general informs..tion they consider of importance or interest to the p?fectibera,

LYALL, STILL & Co. Hongkong, 3rd September, 1832,

EASTERN MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY

Reopened in London in 1854.

Mods Finlay Hobsons ? Co............. decretuates. Moms Turussa Fonar & Our Agutta la Livepool Moms Diabetas Vrur ? Ca. Agugla Moas Pinast Seart ? Oscarsas, Agusta in Bombay.

Home & One Aquile

THR

Calestra and Bangun

Machine Teases ? Comes Agrata in Blagajare. MEER undersigned have been appointed Agrate in

Cast for the above Company, and are pro pared to the Risco payable without abatement at This place in three months, and in Ursoon of Layer- Fool in one month, after proper proof of loss in given.

TURNER & Co. Canton, 18th January, 1854.

NOTICE

BUN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK,

CASH CAPITAL $1,000,000. THE undersigned have been appointed. Acenta in Chine for the above Company, and ora prepared to cover Risks, on first class vesiels, to the extent of $100,000. Pourcine payable in Cantes, Bombay, Calcutta, Landon and New York

RUSSELL & Co.

Camon, 11th January, 1854

NOTICE.

LONDON ASKURANCE CORPORATION,

Established by Charter 1780.

Dear & Co, Agents in Hongkong. THE undersigned are duly authorized by the above Corporation to INSURE FROM LOSS ?R DAMA?E BY FIRE, Hongkong, on Dudings, Goode, Merchandise and Veanola in Port

(st Class, on Horsus in private nocupation only, ital Wells of Stone or Brick, and covered with Slate, Tile, Metal, Cement, and other locum. bustible Materiai, detached, or adjoining cos.

Ed Class, on Homes of BotzDings erected and covered as above, partly or entirely used as Go. downs, and detached; and on Chrons and Me Chandler, not hazardous, in such Buildings,

id Clark, on Houses or BuildEROS A above. adjoining other Buildings, and on Goode and ålan chandise, ool hazardous, therein,

4th Class, on flous or Borotxas erected and covered an above, in which hazardous Goods are depraised, but no hasardoue trade carried on.

6th Class, on Baira.

ASSURANCEA may be effected for the period of

12, 6, or 3 Months,

No IURANCE

thereon in paid.

is in force until the Premium

For further particularo, reference is requested to

be made to the undersigned,

Eloogkong, 6th October, 1859,

DENT & Co. Agenta.

TELEGRAPHIO MESSAGES. THE Directers of the Austrian Lords Stran

Navigation Company in Trieste, have made Arrangements for TELEGRAPHING MES- BAGES to Landen, or to any Part of the Continual, sest to them from China

The Messages abould be sent under cover, super- reribad" Telegraphie Deepsích," to the Alanendría Agent, for tranomlazing through the Commanding Officer of the Steamer, and to be delivered immed ately on arrival of the Vemel at Trieste.

The Charge for Telegraphlog Yu Words from Triato per Submarine to Lendon, la about 10 Flo- vins, or 12 Shillingu Sterling ; and £1 Sterling for

och Manga.

The writing most be in legible words

For further partienists, apply to

W. PUSTAU & Co. Agents of Hongkong and Canton.

Hanghang, 27th October, 1843,

FOR SALE. HAMPAGNE in Pints_and_Quarth, Pont Winn, PALA BERRY, Chaney and BhanoT, of firm quality.

ALDO,

Nails of times in Casks of 2 ext. Apply la Hongkong uz Casion to

LYALL, STILL & Co. Hongkong, Im January, 1881.

FOR BALE

THE cargo of Red and White LISBON WINE ex Ompum, jum arrived at Macro. Apply to,

RUSSELL & Co.

Canton, 11th January, 1864.

THE FRIEND OF CHINA AND HONGKONG GAZRTOR.

THOS HUNT &.

ILL continue to korpa Large and Extrant Assortment of SHIP CHANDLERY, M the very Lowest Priam.

Whumpon, In January, 1954.

ENULISH OATS.

FOR BALE at the ЯTORES of the undersigned, few bushels of Englah Oats, weighing 43 lbs. por baskel.

H. MARSH.

Victoria, 10th January, 1854.

LIST OF GOODS

FOR SALE AT MR. MARGH'S Millinery Rooms, Queen's Rood, Hongkong.

A CHOICE Selection of BONNETS of the Lakst

fashions, consisting of Velret, Satin Glace

| Silk. Plain and Finav Straws of every descriptisa.

Black and Colored Silk Blanco.

Black and White Lace Do.

French Baregs and Cashmere Shawls

French Giscs & Tuffeta Milke in every color. Black & Colored Silk Velvets.

De Ribbons in sil Wichht, Both Ribbone. Bonnet do, Narrow Matin, Luse & Barnet do. French Brocade Bilk. Dresss

Glace Silk do., White & Colored Tuile do Lace do., Barege de Noir da

Striped Poplin and Norwich Luerre da French Merino and Plain Moulin de Laine, Do, in White, Pink, Sky, Slate Drab & Nap blue French printed Cambric and Muslin do Hoyle's Print do, Blick de Colored Batega do White & Colored Parlatenes in all colors, Sorias and India Book Muslins

Jacenmota Phin and apoted. Mulla. Dick Brumelis Net, White do. Tulle illusion Blonde Edgings, Hen) and Imitation Eace. Lace Falls Do Barthes, Sleeves, Collars Cheminotes &... ... de

Plain and embroidered Cambric Handkerchiefs Infints' Rubes and umbroidered Frocks. Capa, and a variety of under clothing. White and Colored Kid Gloves, Silk do. Bracelets and Neck is.

Pearl Jet and Chenille Head dressre

Wreathe and Bouquets, and a chris" selection of Feathers & Flowers from Madame Fersieta's l'avis

An sportment of Ladi??& Childrens Boots and Bhoes from Vault Este Rw telo Pair? July a Paris, comprising White & Culered Satin Shoe, Kid and Morocco dn., Stuff and Coutil dn, ?e, &c.

Linen and Cotton Dispers. Trish Lineo. Brown Holland, Colored do.

Horrocks' Long Cloth, French Long Cloth very Ane and light. Table Cloths very large cizes Tubis ("overs, Toilet Covers, Quita, Anti-Aluna - Ben Lace Containe, Mosquito Net Rd Jacconat Libing, Union and 3 will do., Victoria and Vena Lian Skirting White and Colored Crinolina, Cri Doline Petticoats and Improvers, Corded Ditto. Fine Flannels Nursing Blays. French Wore do Coutil do, Children's Bands, White and Culere Silk Hoon, Thread do, Merino do, Como, da Cotton Bocks, Wool Palkas, Wool Capo de Bleaven, Qaiter. Boothios, Gloves Comfortere, die do

Woollen Hoods' Bovided Satin and Merino do. White and Colored Batin and Merino Bus, Braided Cloake and Peliasas, Frocks, and a great variety of Children's Clothing of all kinds.

Haberdashery, Parasole. Elamic Pagen Canaco, Sandalweb white & colored, Wide Elnetic Worm-

ed and Leather Belts, Linen Tapes, Shirt Buttons,

Dress and Trimming Buttons in great variety, Bilk and Wool Braids. Couton dor, Washing do, Mohair Net, tibbon Plais, Bagls-Trimmings, Bewing, Knitting and Mending Cutton, Pins, Needles, Hooks & Eyes, Whalebone, Covered Cans, Wad. dings, Cotton Corda, Ruches, Ribbon Wire, Bilk Piping, Staw Trimmings.

ALIO.

-From Price & Granoll-

A small assortment of PERFUMERY.

Mrs. Maman begs to add that she will continue

to receive the Lateer Fashions from London und Paris Moatbly.

Paymeni to be made in Mexican Dollars, Hongkong, 30th December, 1858.

NOTICE

Seaman's Hospital

TRUSTREA.

Honourable Davin Jaudino, Em, C. D. Wie Hams, Esq, Ion W. T. Minoan, Esq., R B

PUBLIC AUCTION,

Tell by Past Auction, on the Premison THE sadetsigeed has received Instructions to

ON FRIDAY.

the 10th day of February next. At Noso precisely, Unloss previously disposed of by private sale, the following Property, In one Lat. That boilding in the Queen's Road known to the

HONGKONG CLUB HOUSE, And the out buildinge alleoked, with the lead apon which the whole le built-Reglatered is tha Land Office as Inland Lot No. 10, sur ing 14.160 square feet.-Annual Ground Rest

1998.04.

Also in one Lo

All the Splendi Furniture, Billiard Tables, Plate, Crockery, Glass Ware &e, den. belonging to the above tablishment.

Conditions of Sale, Catalogues of the Furniture &o will be distributed souin days prior to the Auction.

GEORGE DUDDELL

Auction.

Hongkong, 9th November, 1889.

Public AUCTION. TUE undersigned has received instructions to sell 1 by Penic AVOTION on

SATURDAY,

the 28th day of January, 1864,

on the Premises, No. 4. Gough Bired (North Bide,) at Noon,

The HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE of a Gentleman leaving the Colony

All particulate will be stated in the CATALOGUE.

CHARLES MARKWICK,

Auctioneer.

Hongkong, 12th January, 1854

Bunnis' OFFICE, VICTORIA,

19th January, 1844. 'Ng Tuck Hung v. Rawls, Drinker dj l ?o. THE Rale by Ascion of PROPERTY_of Delradinis, advertised to take place on Sa TURPAT the 21st jostast, is postponed until this day the 25th inst.

CHARLES MAY. kating Sharif.

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE.

THE internet and responsibility of Mu JOHN PATON WATSON in our Firm, conseil on the 31 December, las.

WATSON & Co. Shanyhas, and January, 1854.

NOTICE.

THE Bale of the "Hongkong Cava House and Fouxiroas." is post posed until Friday the 1014 Fubruary 1854.

Hongkong, 25th January, 1964.

JU

FOR SALE

JUST RECEIVED a few Koga of Prime Humpa and Brakes-and some superior Butter. Har Wax, prepared expressly for Bottling purpose and Besling Temaura Boxes,

Landing.

Boop and Boulli in 6. Tins, Preserved Meats in 4 lb. Tins, Caletta Bottle Ale (Base's)

$180,

Shead Mangoa and Cashmere Chutnies, Mul- liguinney Curry Pada and Powder.

Ladies' and Gentleman's Whle Kid Gloves of amor siden Ladies' Boschlugs; Gentleman's Aleached and Unbleached Books; Doeskin and Buske riding and driving Gloves; Neck dos; Superfine Black & Blue Broadcloth, &o, &c., día,

Ao nevortment of Superior Packnives.

MAO EWEN & Co. Il-ogkong, 24th January, 1884.

FOR SALE.

Sea WVck"_

WALKER, Esq Superintendent of the F. & O. TE andere lately received per Clipper

Suam Navigation Company, (a oficio)

Traumerer,-J. C. Bownine E-g

Revident Surgeon-Penn Young. Eig. Consulting Surgeon,-W. A. Hani and, Esq.

M.D. Acling Colonial Surgeon

18 11

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Terms of Admitricos. Public Warde, - 75 cents per day. Intermediate Wards, - 1 Dullar Private Rooms

2 Pacienta are alés némited on deposita, ni the fol- towing rates, renewable one day previous to the amount deported having been expanded,

Pabllo Warda, - - - - $15, Intermediate, ---- $20, Privat Room?, ---- $30,

The Captains or Consignes of Van-is must be responsible for the expenses of Patients set by then to the Hospital.

N. B.--All Hospkal Bills to be receipted by the Trosaurer only.

FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE. (ANOTHER PARCEL SHORTLY EXPECTED,) The ShanoMAS ALMANACK FOR 1864.

AND

MIGORLLANT;

TT enntains the usual British and Chinos Ka

lendar, together with dates of the operations of the insurgents during the youra 1859 and 1858.

Halurilogy of Shanghan for 1858.

American Trenig in Chinese and English. List of Foreign. Hours corrected to present time Remiere of Land of the Port of Shangkan, 1853. A Table showing the cost of Ten-at Exchange

from Sa, to 66, the dollar.

ac..

40.

PRICE-8p. 2, or Dr. Gd, par Copy.

An invoice of Canaláry Patent Solar Atand and Hanging Lampe of 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, and 6 Barnare, with extra Globes, Chimneys, and Wicks, and with or without Lustres. Also, Band Lamps of vationa

50 Barrel Prime Meas Best

50

10

Pork

100 Gallego Elear.

50 Bartels Prime Cider Vinegar,

100 Boxes Winchester Salt-water Soup,

50 Boxes Sickel's Wine Butera,

60 Ke Drial Apples,

25 Box H. Lamp Tabacca,

100 Tins Besta Boda and Water Bisuke,

200 Gallone Spirits of Turpentine,

200

+

Boiled Linnend Oil,

100 Koys New York Butter

100 Tlas Powdered and Lump Sager, 100 Barral Pilot Brand.

Hides of Rigging, Pump, and Bellows Leather.

Also, constantly on hand.

Europe and Manila Rogging of all sizes, Canvas, Ter, Paints of all Colours, earl a completa Amort ment of Articles necessary for Shipa Dr.

Marielle Pals and Brown Brandy In Wood and Boule; Sherry in Wood and Boule Gold and Pale.

D. SILVER & Co.

Hongkong, 14 January, 1884

FOR SALE

N Invoice of very Superior English Canvan A and TWINK,

ALSO,

Red and White Lashon Winn, of fine quality jum estived. Apply to

J. C, PEREIRA.

Macao, 14th January, 1864,

NOTICE.

LEORGE LOGAN Hair cutter and Perfumer, bege to inform the Ladies and Gentlenes of Hongkong, and Captale visiting the Colony, that he new carries on the above business on the pre. mines of Mr F. Dvodell, Queen's Road, oppo. ake the Oriental Bank.

N. B. Ladies and Gentlemon attended at their own residences of required.

Hongkong, 24th January, 1854.

76 the Editor of the PRIEND OF CHINA.

Hongkong. 20th January, 1854. Duan 8-Me Bridges, who was counsel for the Defendant in the case of Edger and another May, lately tried before a special Juty bore, bas relied my attention to your romarka on the onso appearing in your insus of the t&b current You mention there that the statements of the De fendaui'e Counsel wers incorrect as to the amount of debts for which credore had refused to and undertake to correct him to fate. Editor, you had been in Court you would have brord Mr Bridges enunciate more than once the names of the Creditors refusing to sign, (be Binals that each represented, and the fact of their namon and elame not being even mer.aloned in the schedule of liabilines as which the Dand was grounded, mod this statement, tipo? which one of the objections to the derd was founded, was allow ed to be reiterated without being questioned by the Counsel for the Plaintiffs, who, if Mr Bridges were erroneous in his premises, would hardly, I think, bare allowed him to make tuch statement-r Bekiges also told the Court that he was prepared to prove then and there the statements he made to be correct, but the proof was not called for by the Plaintifs mention the above faste believing that you were noi, st the time the article under com ment was penned, aware of what actually touk placa and bad meal probably been misled by som garbled version of the trial-I am regareted by the counsel for the Acsing Sherif to radict the charge of tulastating the fapta and think it only fair to his to state that any person having doubis Do the matter can on application to me be entialed by the same proof that was to keys been adduced in Court that creditor representing more tha $60 000, are not mentioned the sabedule of labi and and refused ever to sign the Deed, and that there were other creditors who and got signed (the sinoval of whose elaina are not included in the amount mentioned above) and who are kiko- wise excluded from the schedule.

I doubt not, Mr Editor, that you will, in fair- wee both to Mr Bridgno and the Acting Sherifi, make known the fort of the so o?�lfodasign. mat for the benefit of all ine creditur."

sad m, Dear Sir,

Yure Faithtully EDWARD H. POLLARD. Se'citor for the Defendant.

NOTICE.

New Advertisements should be set as early so possible in the days previous to publication ; but generally, advertionments will appear in the forth. coming farms if received at the office as lalo da Even a Winsedays and Saturdays; spreinily excepting the daye on which the Mails are despatched to Europe.

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POLALITH, Oge ver Campadium wont have hoon parklad or they roci sac lani petani ka maratónden burely. The con al the volt (priated at the sighth of u lakh of dollars) l? the 4, 8. sav amsted so the sath sat a la 1 (or upward AE TO SET WES man Why "Turbinat muda, set pins the don t the site vierend so

they happen to barn hum, and at ho han mot dina as we will bara na

The smennt of the Court's decom (la pa and maskers) Var 214 BAD. The

The che non ne nahe bhan dengan gay

TX Ang tum, to

va La Duleeko?ate sledy paid by táto 1790 Dublina-Fa Total shadero 11,200 Dudes. -ANAT? 1 some to pay de báo Xlend 1,000 Dalam Huoving 1,200, or 3 100 Dothan mang thưến ?âu pannaan að tapi chapin. My hole mind 100 Dylans as the pronacid aku plane laget "Megan, kar we know that the Bilder pakke kan vatan?nos of a larger made in the spander of an intermedian Age, who also shagan qura bim sacharity so sapsgevarden the end, dat k�?thờn the metal state regulators, and the manner has been rahoved to the lu

We give in a Supplement proclamation by His Excellency the Governor, of the rule for computing the length of voyage of any Ship

tralia, Africa and America, and the quantities carrying passengere hence to Europe, Aur-

of Provisions, Medicinos de, to be laid in for every 100 persons, or proportion of such num-

ber. The absurdity of some parts of this pro clamation will be dilated on in a future issue,

THE FRIEND OF CHINA AND HONGKONG GAZETTE,

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siege in the neighbourhood-whether many are killed or wounded we know not, as great pains are taken to conceal tha cosult of almost each day's at- We publish a letter from the Solicitor for the Deteck. Yesterday a number of goldente armed with Aint locks and spears landed from the junke to fendant in the case of Edger and another vers okin chin jam, up the flow chow creek ; those wat May: the writer of having been requested an attack upon the North and West sides of the by his Counsel to contradict the aberge of mis city and some tolerably sharp Ughting. Weber slating facts at the Inte hearing, as commented that to-day is fixed for taking the city, but we can

not keep our columns open long enough to give on in our issue of the 18th instant. It is salia wecount of their victory or defeat.-North China factory to learn that any person having doubts Herald, Jan. 14. on the malter can, on application to Mr Pol. lard, be certified that proof was to bare bone adduced to Court that Creditors representing more than $60,000 had refused to sign the so called deed of Assignmout and Inspectorship, and, in fairness to Mr Bridges (we do not sup. pose the Acting Sheriff as very much about it) we readily make known this important air

cumstance.

But is equal fairness to those for the vindi callon of whose motives we were induced to pen the remark which have called forth the lot. ter under consideration, and after further en" quiry, and further satisfaction of the goodness of the fact, we must iterate what we before said, - the Plaintiffs were prepared to show that * written promises had been received to sign *the supposed dead of Assign meat and Ine- "pectorship from Creditors whose clanue "mounted to $28,000,"

The threeland fight did not come off lest Be turday. We suppose the loss the Imperialisa sua- wined in their skirmish with the rebels the day previous had been enough for them for nas while

that docution it is s'ated that shout 30 imperial- into were killed and nearly one hundred wounded, but the insurgents are reported to have had only 8 killed and eight wounded. There has been much firing during the last few days. On Monday an at tack was made on the south side of the ony, and the aky and the other batiaries at the WeKwa and scross the Iwang poo kept up a continued fire.- Föld 21.

CAPTAIN DANDO of the Arrow has kindly favoured us with an extract from his fog certain rough weather experwood on the pas sage up the Ching. Bên; not, as he says, vory much like maaroon weather, certainly.

them.

The pinorge came out amongst some | buldings of the Magisteste's Famun, nod a dozen of the men having made their way through, killed

??weichman and somn ulher persons who opposed

The Officer of the patrol having discovered the affair, caused alarm to be given, and the garrison turned out and captured all the prisoners who had scoped; ften were lit at the mouth of the un- derground passage, and about a hundred who were in it mura sulfonated. The rest, with their necom plice the jailor, were put to death by being crati- ded.

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of Kenng pea, regarding a grast victory oblained at Bhanghae, and the autormination of the rabala thero. The rabola at Bhanghas, taking advantage of ite distance from the provimals) esty, resisted the imperial authority, when the governor sent a boly of troops to exterminate them. He also command. ed the san going junke and the square rigged vas. sche which had been procured by Woo keen chang (the Trouins), to sodibine with the volunteer vee- sels from Cheh krang, sad form onu formidable deel. On the 7th of Nurember, while Woo keen- | chang was arranging these vessels for an attrak, be spied two janks from Ningpo coming in before the wind: these ware ordered to come to for inspration, instead of which they refused complianos and open ed a Bre open the nuthorities. The Troutas im- mediately ordered the war junka and Canton fast- busta to return the fire, when the rabal junka mere takan, and many of those on board were either kid- ld or drowned: ninety sis were also taken, a well as a quantity of jingalls, gunpowder, and cillary Borro, ?n the 10th of November, so- cording to the statements of Woo keen chang, he united with Pob clung shing, the general of the Lang nhas antion, and st the head of the Conten mar-junke, they proceeded to the grant and little fost gales, to exterminate the rebolaj cominanding the junks from Tee chow in Cheh kong to en-op- perate in the wack. Keih urtebang a blao sari a Our Cossision to the ramonl Its ring lim, l? s�? rance at the hand of all the troops under bio charge, and make a separate mítack jai all the other gatos. When the attack commenced many of theʻrobole were killed, and four prisoners were jakoo," "Pho rebela wasi na board their vessela and stopped the presage of the rivar, but the imporích soldiers, with unwonted bravery, leaped on board the real shipa, and funghe band to hand. The sabela were unabl to withstand this a'tack, and several of them were killed and fell into the water; the rat awam qui sad escaped. The Imperialista captured on this |pression two aganto rigged vessels, one war junk, and three fast boats. They also destroyed the b battery outside the city, and capturod'a asmber of | forge guna and military weapons: taking at the

Translation (Communicated.) The Complainants of Bza ma and other towns in the District of Yung-kwan bereby set forth The oppressions we endure are inexpressible, the good sud the evil ure nordistinguished," Wouping, wopre semivar complaint to Imperial Heaven,and look up, imploring (1) condescendingly to look down opoo and sure us Inaumanh as we ofthe village of 830 ma had among us one Yuen leva pân, belonging to a rebel clan who deluded the stupid people, vellecting their munny and saw?bling item together. Our gentry and allure reported him to the Detriot Ma mirate, who sen palice to arrest him; but the Hebel hasring of this movement abscouded, sad we could only take bla Hrother Yoon-chang-pan and ubandhi and under extremt deliver bim up to the Magistrate; whereupon the said rebel (Yun toon- par} from 'a spirit of revenge" called onveral bun- dred and more of bandits, and strongly oppressing the gentry and cidere, coerced them to deliver op his brother 1-and upon the 9th October a great number of troops, numeroas as the clouds, assem bled, and the rebel "gain callel his companions, and at the Konou yuû market reviated the Gov. erament troops, when the gentry and aldors im mediately led the brave men of the village, and aided the troepe to surmund and take them, susing the rebate upon die night of the 11th Oc loher to Bos and retire; and on the 14th October ench of the grant High Officers fed forth their -ope to this village, when the gantry and alders,

person went forth to receive them, and volus | same tiron ta prisoners." A great number linemiso tired within this peri-4 of three days to deliver up were drowned, and the rest retired into the city. | The imperial troops iken landed in pomuit, ikrus. ing about dire pois and rockets, so that the suburb qutalde the grant erst gas, which the rebels had made their skulking place, was almost all destroy- by fire. On ronding this report the emperor re- marka, that having inflicted this bonyy blow as the laurgents, their gallbladders must have become very cold; la therefore the governor and lieutenant- guvernor strictly command Woo keen abang and bio fellows, to take advantage of their succhoven, and proceed with the attack, so se to recover the Ent them was think city as speedily as possible of sitting down long before it. Hapect this.

Dec. 18th 1853 Sunday. Cominences with freshening brooz, and occasional heavy squail, Wood N.N.E. under double reef top sails and course-7

M. reefed courses-10. A. M.

clowed up the Topsaile.

Nook, Lat. by account 11. 22' N., Long, 113. 28 E. Gale frostioning, Wind N by E. Wore ship to W.N.W.-Reefed forestil and double reefed Boom in asil, .. Wind N.E. blowing very hard-Barometer falling (as per

memo at foot) furted the course and sent down top gallant yards-battened down fore and aft and lashed every thing.

5.30 r. m. Very heavy goat. Hail set,-Fore ¡Op masi slay soil on Foromast, and Peak of Main Try sail.

10 .. Faint flashes of lightning-very dark-scarcely seeing two ship's lengths late. rally-partially clear over boad.

11 Wind much less-much lightning and very heavy confused ses;-the loc side ul the Brig completely ander water. Midnight Pot Foresnit to steady the ship.

December 10th . Lom Wind. Vivid ligning. Thunder, and a confused sea. In Foreil. Wind N.N,W.

A perusal of the detailed report al the heer- ing in this caso, published in the China Mail of Thursday lust, readers it the more necessary to bear this fact in remembrance; for we learn from that report that an attempt would have boen made to prove that, so the prejudios of a large proportion of the Creditors, the law had been contravened by the acts of the Plaintiffs, Now any intention to contravene the law del not, we are sure, exist. We will say more- we believe that the Plaintiffs conscientiously thought they were doing good for every one of the Creditore in consenting to act as Tru-1500 and Inspectors of the Estate -and should there be any furilior stir in this master, it may become necesary in show that, wilet so act ing as Trustees and Inspectora, without any prospect of thanks-any hope of reward..... conmissions wore actualy armed for the Butate on consigamonts received after the deod was executed.

The only way

in which we can reconcile the matter is by believing that a schedule of all the debts due by the Estate was never laid before the Trustees. Ou this point ulvase who take interest in the matter can satisfy them selves in the way Mr Pollard proposes. Our objust, in noticing the published reports of the hearing, was to clear away the suspicion of fraud, which certainly would have attached to 4 a. M. Thunder and lightning-Gale break. the Trustees were it not shown that so large|ing-Wind West 6 am. Wind Sou'Wem-

??proportion of the Creditors had given war- Steored North East and made all sail-Cromed ranty to their action.

top gallant yards. Noon Lat. observed, 11 #5 N, 119 20 E. Long. by Account 162 38 Moor's Lat by Account 11 97 Long, by Chronometer age 18,7 days Remainder of the day fine.

Doc. 20th Wind gradually veering to N, E December 22nd. Another gale commenced from N. F. but accompanied by any fall in the Mercury. This gale lasted until the 25th, when it finished in the evening with an extre- mely violent squall, and electric discharges.

Tax P. & O. B. N. Co.'s Steam Lady Mary Wood came to an anchor in Roogkong Har. bour a little after 1 yesterday-having left Shanghae on Friday last, and Amoy Mon- day morning. At the date of her leaving Bhanghee the city was in continued occupation of the robala; but disagreements among then -discovered treachery in the camp-appa rent partial repediation of their allegiance to Thue-ping-Wane-and the want of money and provisions, were creating serious d?ubta en to the ponbility of their being able to wok out much longer againm the arts and arms of the wary ex Taoute.

Paking Gmetter had been received up to the 16th ultimo. The rebala at that dato were not

extenninsted, and it is therefore to be prosu od that they were anlely housed, and waiting more clement weather before attacking the northern capital. The Baxtle of the 4th of December contains "an account of a great * Victory obtained at Bhungbas, and cho oz. * termination of the rebels there on the 10th * of November last, by the combined floot nu-

der Woo-keon chang." As the Editor of the North-China Berald, from whose columna wa quoted, would my-sided by providence wa had the privilege furnishing at the time very different version of that affair. Exter min-tion indeed Yar, the atrocious macro

of two boat leads of unoffending passengers from Ningpo, in broad day light, and in right of the foreign residencos;-it this is a specimen of the boasted Imperial victories, we may safely judge how much reliance may be placed on the report we generally have of them. But fu- ther comment on news from the north must stand over for our Overland Summary under preparation.

There have many fruitless stacks upon the city

1,80 A. Wand N. W. N blowing very violently in heavy gurte-a complete drilt. Brig lurching with loa lower yard arms in water- Lost lee boat, bulwarks, lower boun &c. Split stay sail-hands continually at the pumpe- lee side of Bug under water.

Fanday. December 98th (95th) got an ob- arvation-the first for five days, and found the

Brig set 120 miles N. W. and by W. of her reckonung, after libera! allowanes for lee way &c. This day made Triton hoal, Paracole.

December 27th and 28th. Hard steady gala from N. E. with clear weather--Barometer ranging froin 20,08 to 30,06-Thermometer 72 to 8i.

BAROMETRICAL REGISTER.

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From ou Provincial Reporters, Recapture and Execution of escaped Convicts - On the 19th of December the Magistrate of the ri shen District in Hwei chaw for appti hended two handed of the Tidling rioters, whom he one- deed in the distriet jail to await their sostenea, The prisoners bribed the jaltor with 20 dollars to procure for them a number of hors and pickaxes, with which one night they undermined (l-o walle of the prison, digging passage in the direction of

of Shangles, since we last noticed the main of | tha saat gate totrading to make their escapa

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Yuen teen pan, and we were obliged by this perlad being grated. Hul, contrary to ost aoticipations, con the 15th, when funt tirar was not yet up, the sol. diers returned, and very violently surrounded and cloned wor vili-ge sud burnt it te sabes, anded Inflicted upon us a tiger's crasity. The troop from Cheù shou would pistó to no restraint, all were bent upon plander and poting to death the good and the evil without dimisctim. Aht pliable was the fate of the men aud w men of the whole || village, of whom is one and the mums day more than two hundred and thorty porazna met with sala

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mily. They have to complain of barbarin that

reach to Heaven, and their cries and lanobationa We did not reset that Yuen like the ground. ten pasand his cabal were left still undisparard bat comousled opom the mosaisin top whaona beholding the troops returning from devastating this village, they might embrace the opportunity to pactus and put them in denili ; but cân geotry and elders (on discovering thro) iwering they migh wound the officer and troops, called the villagers together and west, birth to their essens but witbual anocer Alul start that in arresting the rebels their bigh authorities should not have rewarded the gentry by proving their lives, and that the rebels, wound. ing the government troups, should result in an cadlem chain of calamities to se1. The oppres sions we endure are naniterable. We wish to enter our samplaint but there is no door (i, e. there is on court that will receive the complaint and redress the grievance). We therefore entmartly bag Imperial Heron to condessendingly look down upon us and Wooping and wadh- grant the saving of our lives. ing, we mate our grievance.-lassed in the month of November, 1857.

By the celebrated American Clipper Bhip Joka Bertram we have received Manila Journals Iron 30th November 1853 to dt instrot in- cleave. Shipping movements, in China con- mexion, appens during this period to have boon as follows -

Arrivals,-Nov. 30th Rivadavia.-Dec. 9th San Lorenzo, 19th Romano,-20th Jegro, Jan. 2nd Ilocano and Jamestown,-8th Nouvel Alfred.

Departures,-Dec. 2nd Mundaques,-Och Tiempo,-20th Jorge Juan.

Exchange and Freights, have been steady, Six months sight bills at 41. 14d. On Canton 5 per cent premium,

BENGAL

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Cochin (not Cochin China), Catch, Gazerst, Ovaliar, the territory of the Nisam, Ternary of 11other, Mysore. Nagpore, Onda, Travancore, Kolipore and Sawunt Warron havo bom placed by the Lords Commissionses of Hw Majesty's Treasury on the same footing in every respect in ergard to their trade with the United Kingdom sa is British India, with the exception of the impert duties which will us abargal ?os certain articles concealed

The good policy of the azcaption we fail to raalina. - Tr_Wagaph and Courier, Dan. 6.

From the Telegraph and Courier, Dec. 8.

"The advance of a Rossian force apan Rhiva may we believe be accepted as a faci, for lodepend- end of the announcementa or ramoure which have from time to time beso givoo in the ladian Jeornels, we are told that a gentleman who arrived in Cal carts by the last staniner, baving passed the suber at St. Peterburgh, mentions that the march of an army to Khiva, was there publicly on. nounced, and ste avocatsen were us publicly recor ded. I would seem however that the ostensible

To London £3,6 per ton for Hugar,-£4 Volga. Ilowever, though all this seems simple for Hemp.

In the Bottom de Filipinas of the 20th uk. We find, among the Shipping lisantors, the following report.-

object of the expedition after releasing the Russian prisoners in the hands of the Oosbegs and Kuszaka is 001 advance upon Bohkara or Cabul, bu that the comparatively easier march upon Persin has been decided upon, and that the Russians colons will advance direct upon Meshed, from whance, they cab monaco Hermo on nae side, sed the central provinces of Persia on the other, though the great sak desert will inservene between the and Japaban. A Meshed, they could easily upan commusicallous with Astrabad on the Carpin, and receive supplies direct from Astrakup and thú

carugh on paper, it is a very different meter when the difficulties before them, and which no map cam exhibit or defimu, are takes into consideration. Io the Brat place supposing the Rusias to be now encamped at and in poseson of Khiva, it must be remembered that by slow time winter has set in, with a severity equilling or avea surpposting thei of their own country, and that all operatione et any further advance, must be impossible, until the ording spring. In the secund, we must bear in mind that they are surrounded by bereditary enemies, bating them with a batred no bitter a difference of creed and cootingal bosulny can engender, and that the country they have seized upon or are located in, is peor, barren, and unpro- declive, and that say European army traversing its so must depend entirely upon ha Commis marint for supplies, which department is the lenst effective portion of the Russian stmy, say is co- Juantoriously deficiant and regulated. Now it must

Arrived at Manila,-(27th Dec.) the Spanish Schooner Joaquina. Marino, Master. This res eel left Manila on the 27th of September last bound to Shanghae. On the 6th, 7th and 8th of October, when to the Eastward of Pormoes, experienced a Typhoon, principally from the North and East, and losing Foremast and bow- sprit and diabling the rudder, was compelled bear to throw part of the Cargo overboard up. On the 18th of October fetched Santa Cruz in Zambales, where she remained refitting uotil the 22nd ultima Passenger Don Tirado (European Spaniard.)

From the North China Herald, Jany, 7.

PROCEEDINOS AC SHANGHAI,

The Gazette of the 4th December contains a

report from the governor and liedtenent-governor " And very commandable ératernal adiection 1--E.

be admitted that these al?ne nis no slight abolzel-u and are sufficient to rooder eventual swecom very problematical when the enormous distances to ba inversed or cumsidered ; but from later acconale sed rumours, for as yet little is really known, we may anticipate that a Persian Army will also take the Geld lost them, directed and aided by the counsel and advice of Britiab effices, amonget whom Colonel Ostram, will, it is ballared, take e high place."

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LOLLOWAY'S PILLS

--

SURPRISINO CURR OF A CONFIRMED ASTHMA. AFTER FIVE YEARS SUFFERING.

The following Lestimonial haz been sent to Preitsmer Halloways by a tõentleman named Alidlicton, of Scotland Kood, Liverpool Bir-Your Polls have been the mesos, under Provi. | denor, of restoring me to sound ácalth, after five years of severe action. During the whole of that period, I suffered the most dreadful attacks of Asthma, fre godly of several weeks' deration, attended with a violent cough, and coniunal apútting of phlegm inter miked with blood. "This no shook my posstitution that I was unfited for any as the active duties of life. I was stranded by soms of the most eminent medical men of this town, but they failed to give me the slight relief. a lost remedy 3 tried your Pills, and in about three months they effected a perfect cute of the dir, totally eradiested the cough, and restored tone and vigour to the chest and digestive Organs.

I am, Sir, your obedient Ferrant, Dated Jam. Lot, 1843. (Signed) II. MIDDLETON.

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THE FRIEND OF CHINA AND Hongkong GAZETTE

13, Droida (Am), Stone, from Whompon.

12, Zephyr, Morrics, from Amoy, 18th January.

24 Fermion, Dut), Welger, Pat back.

23. Dannebrog (Den), Simmerem, from Whampon.

11, Bư Lady Mary W ?ood, Jamieson, from Shang

her, futh January,

14, Str. Gangez, Bakor, Wbempus. Jan.

AT WHAMPOA.

20, Clio (D), Hure, from Dongkong.

20, Joka Dugdale, Williama, from Flonghung. Jan.

AT PUARDIAN.

6. Nemoris, Hamilton, from Hongkong.

7. Jona, Dowman, from Hongkong

10, Spec, Maynard, from Ningpo.

11, H, M. Sir Salamander, Commander Ellman,

from Ningpo.

15, Jona, Down, from Lookong.

15, & M. Wood, Jutnicuos, from Hongkong.

17. frabia, Gaethon, from Hongkong.

17, Audaz, Glover, from Hongkong.

17, Exmoni, Brown, from Hongkong.

| 17, U. 8 8. Plymouth, Commander Kelly, from

Hongkong.

PAMEXOLDI

Per John Bertram, Mr & Mra Siurgos, Monito

J. Rumel, N. Lones, and 'T' R. Wariin.

Per Jona, Mt Spicekley. Mr Whstucy and 41 Chinese

A PERMANENT CURE OF A VISEASED LIVER OF MANY YEARS' DURATION, Copy of a Letter Pray Mr. Gamis, Chami-1, Trevil, to Professor Holloway, Dear fir-in this diotitat your Pills command a more extensive mle than any other peopaictory li cine before the public. As a proof of their smener in Liver and Lilioma Complaints' I may question the fol- Jowing cose. ? lady of this tow? 'wish whom I am peromially sequainted, for years mia a miere sudores From discs of the Liver and digestive organs; dier matical attendant assured her that he could ale noiking to relieve ber sullerings, and it was not likely she could | survive any weathe. This anewcomment naturally caused great alarm song her friends and relations al they induced her to make a trial of your Pilla. which Improved her general health that she was loduced to continue them not!! she received a perfect curr This it twelve month ago, sad she has no esprit, sny symptoms of relapse, and often declares that your Pill have bom the means of saving her life.

I remouin, Dear Nie, youre truly,

·Nov. 33rd, 1858-

(lgoed)

-

J. CAMIS

AN AUTONISHING CURE OF CHRONIC RHEU MATISM, AFTER BEING BIRCHANGED FRUM

THE HOSPITAL INCURABLE. Copy of a Letter from Mr. P. Mow, of the Square, Winchester,

To Prozisa Holloway,

gir.- beg to inform you that for years ! was a suf- ferer from Chrowia Rheumatium, vod was often laid up for weeks together by its severe and poinful attacks. ] tried every thing that was recommended, and was at- tended by one of the most eminent Bargeons in this town; but obtained no relief whatever, and fearing that my health would be enfitely berhem up. I was la- dared to go into our County Hospital, where 3 bad the best medical treatment the foalliation v?funded, all of which provel of no avail, end I came out no better than I went in I was then advised to try your Pilla. and by persevering with them so perfectly cared, and enabled to resume iny seempation, and although a conal derable period bas elapsed, I have felt no return what- rver of the complaint."

1 am, bir, your obedient ServON).

Oet. Bih, 1839.

(signed) W. MOON.

AN EXTRAORDINARY CURE OF DROPSY, AFTER BUFFEDING FOR EIGHTEEN MONTHS Copy gf a Letter from Mr G. Briggs, Chemist, Geol.

"datad Fobruary 1äck, 1885.

To Poron HOLLOWAY,

Fir-1 have much pleasure in informing yon of a most surprising care of Dropsy, recondly effected by your Taluable medicines. CAPTAIN Jacon, of this place,

|

Per Falakood Nalum, 910 Chicos.

Pet Libertad, 191 Chinese,

Jan.

DEPARTURES,

FROM HONGKONG,

20, Mundoques (9;an), Porina, Manila. 20, Benjamin (Fr) lienty, Whampoa

2x, Lady Nages, Marienberg, Singapore.

21, Rebelak (Am), Townsend, San Francisco.

Bella Varunyada (Span), Aguirer, Sw.low. 24, 80, Pekin, GGrainger, Culcuits. Jan.

FROM WHAMPUJA.

21, Austier (Am), Iledgen, Now Yorkg Jan.

FROM SHANGHAR,

4, Hanjmin Ba-pe, Huschanson, Australia.

5, E. M. St Salamander, Comm-uder Eibnon,

Ning po,

1, Joseph Fletcher, Foster, Load 0.

10, Jona, Dowoman, Lockong,

10, Royal Sazon, Jackson, London.

15, Aurora (pin), Viline, Manila.

Dannebrog, barese

= Amigos, solconer

Jasnoy, ship

SHIPPING IN CHLEA.

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190 Ladewyk

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John Hestram, skip

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100 end bolm

John N. Bowler, skip

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Fathakool Salam, barque Belt

Frederik Vit, belg

Ganges, sasmer

Tana, relioner

Lady Kay Wand, sir.

Libertad. barque

Lord artists, ship Lastar, barque Platbilde gentlas 4tecan Choren, ship Dilrass, ship

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Mache

Confiança, brig

Falgot, ship Onyom, bilg Sophie, barjus

Whampoa

Cile, arqua

Deutschland, skip

Wylig Dutchman, ship

Mrit 649 Park

Deo 20 Part Phillip

Oct 21 Whomps Jan Lisboa

Hay

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V. Jorg

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Heum 440 Feldbasser

Jan

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Brem 197 Langesberg

J4 Hatori

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4 Heury

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L'astoti, ilgamet

100 Noame

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15 Chinchow Hess angell, till and on.

Biarla Dave

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45 Har

Daniel Moos, barque

Ham Ketels

Dec 1 Liverpal Dan

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Nov 10rdar

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Hremove Laled

Dec 31 Mar

947 Chlmess

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Am. 1359] Hubbard

135 Fracco

A Heard and

Batz Pranciero

ungbar New York

Brit

473 Lambert

Macherteam and co. Shangkat

251 Livingst

Des Lambeck

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401 W

Jan 3 Liverpool

[Aug

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47 Flaher

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Dan

7 Hongkong

Jon of Gsereta

Chuya, brig

Belt | Ben|Thom

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Okay Las, barque

Jan Honolu

I'roteus, barque

Dal

140 Wagtendeck (Dec 345

Bhalomith, aby

Brit

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151 B

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do.

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Tamerlane, baryna

Bels

100'aldwell

Vigilant, calle

Walmer Castle, shly

Beli

100 P1704

13, San Benito (Span), Dominguer, Mauila,

16, Jona, Duwnan, Hongkong.

18, Star of the East, Robertson, Liverpool,

18, Beverly (Am), Chass, New York.

18, Time, Chape, Hongkong.

PAMENOUNS.

Par Time, Mr T. Lavy

?и?им

Amigo

Bldern

Compan

Iferen

Morm

Mode

Italer

Salamander

purtan

SHIPS OF WAR IN CHINA.

AMINICAN. Lexington

was leted with Dropaw the upwards of eighteen | WinchonHOF months, to such an extent that it canned his body aud limb to be much swollen, and water cobed as li wera from his sida, so that a daily change of apparel breame necessary, notwithstanding the variona remedien trial wa

and the different medical men conemited, sii was of no avail, until he commenced, waleg pons Pills, by which, and a strict silention to the pelniad dirresiona, he was effectually cured, and bin health perfectly re-established. If you seem this worthy of publicity you are at liberty

to us i

Ar

1 am, Ble, yours respectfully.

(Signed)

O, BRIGGS,

These bed Pills we underfully : Jamiona in the following complaints.

¡Pemale Erzagula-Rondon of Urina

Powhatan Plym Queen Saratogra

thin

Sayakanus Vandalia

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M.Mer. Phone Canten

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Capt. Sir W. Bloose

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Amey ||H.M.808 | |Hongkong|EE. M. 8.

Japan U..Sacer Leschoo ||0 8. 11| 28 |ANC

|U. 8, EU || 1 |MoCheney Shanghas|D. 3 Bi 29 Kaly

to 3.5. olar Shanghae D. Be to Walker Japan U.$. Str Ale Louche UB41

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ROMAN.

|Stage and Gravel

Vastock

Bike Completam Fevern of all kind. Eri Mocha an the Nin

Bawal Complaints Gray

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tland cha

Conmigation of the Indigenon

Bevele

Compan

Daatir

Dropy

Dywary

Erysipale

Liver Complain

Lomatic

fesadice

Lambago Piles

Chemni

Secondary Symptom The Dual

Ulout

Venereal Affectionn

W of all da

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evere, da,

Bold by all Druggins, and at Professor Etolloway al

establishment, 244, Birand, London.

By Mr. J M. D2 BILVA, and by HINNAM, at their Shores,

also by WONG ACHEW-Hongkeray,

ST. J. M. Da FONCECA,-acno.

and Movers ACOW & Co.-Cantons

At 14, 148-209d.-4a, Od.-11a,-Ela & 334 each pot or Box

Thero la considerable saving by taking the large size,

N.B.-Directione for the guidance of patients in every disorder are affixed to each POL

Jan.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

ARRIVALS.

AT MONOXONG,

20, Visel (Dot), Masson, from Bhields, 20th Juno.

20, Libertad (Chilina), Lonborg, from San Fran

cisco, 2nd December.

20, Lady Rafira, Marienborg, from Whempes. 20, Wilhelmsburg (Ham), Miller, Put buck, having

struck on a rock and broke her Rudder.

21, Fatahool Salam, Tuber, from Amoy, 18th Jan.

12, fond, Dowman, from Woosung, Tih Jun.

2. Rebekah (Am), Townsend, from Whompos. 24, John Bartram (Am), Landholm, from Manila,

1th January.

ا?س??

Henbury, ship

Joke Buchanan, barqod..

Joka Pagdale, ship

John Weed, shp

Kaloor, schooner

Mary Spencer. ship

Maple, ship

Amey

albasford, baryan Adelakta barqni Larvantes, bri

krila,

Elisa Ann, barque Erin, barjer

Fydi, barqua Fortuun, brig Homer, chip

Independence, brig

Kitty, brig slam, barque Byres, barene

Blow

Amal

C. Compagala, banque

Manali, skip

Bea Witeb,

pide, schanner Qaralle,

p

Island Co. schooner Maseppa, sebesses

Zub-chaw-fa Itaque, ship

Shangha

Confucios, steamer Conci,

Nemesis, harya Hoolda,

�?

+

Span 16 Vasquez

1:30 Heere

Belt, 123 Nakoda

*65 Mimon |*pan. 353|Zaballa Hem 140 Blader Heft. 200maillo

Elvio

Dane Barnavald Helt. 2140'SUTA

749 Vanderhaven

H

1

143

200 Ma Lean

STOKL

Dec 300 La

Brit 341 Vincent Dat 13 Boyn Beit, 419 Wan Am. 901 Freer

Belt

35 Jadd 1101/gibbo

19 Mactar 171 Kyrie

AM BOG Olay

Am. 410 Dearbor Brit 111 Paurica

848 Hamilt

Deo Calcutta

Jan longhong

Bec duty

|Ang 19/5ingapore

Not Nagpe Deo 10 Manila

Hanghong Shanghae Det-Heegoog Ore 21 Shangha Nov 25Put back

Dot Hong

Dec 13 Cond

Sept In Put back

Let 16 ga Nerde

Nor-Amey |z7|=||Hongkong Now 14/Amy Jan-Hongkong

Rawson and ebanghar

Nov 17 P. F. Cama and on

Jardino, M and co.

Det at King and on,

Nor TP Cams and on

Jan P. & ), N. Co.

theraprades

Beership London Halavi

t'akuta

A. Wilkinson and su Liverpool Pao. C. Huster

Novardas, and on Cantues

Jah inch =

Now falt and ce

--Syme. Stair and on De Ti and

Sept Urdar

Nov-Tals and ca. Lyme, biule and na. Sept 21-yma, Mair and co Lee-Syme, Mair and co Sept -Tilt and an.

ty, Mair and pe Nov 13 and

New Talt and co

-

Wat te Thit and co.

Indias -8yma. Muir and co. West Indies

PADRE

Jan

7fall and co

-Lapinla

-Hongkong

Chet

Jardino, M. and co

Pan -- do

Jan

1 neat and c

-

do.

??

"

14 Jardin, M. and

Oct-Hongkong

Uca 22 Numeli and so.

Ner 19 Nagpe Deo 30 Liverpul

1 da

Not Japan

Nov 16 Holland co

June 21 Bless mad to, Dea Maner Grove Ner 20a, Nyo and on,

+4

-|A. Hamid and do. W. Davidson,

Dee 10 Jardine, M. and co.

40

"

Jaedian, M. and

AM

375 Farahjelm

*Bric|| (01|Maynard

Jan Nagp

Jan

#alled

Hell. 86+Garth

a) Over

H

190 Brewp

100 W Heec

Pletal as

Whampoa

Dec 31 amell and ov.

Dat. 443 WE

KALA JAmby

Spa

Abree

480 Aguirre

................ | [fanak mung

--

|Shungkan Rum Fgt 32 Capt. Uskalky

VESSELS EXPECTED.

FROM ROLANO,

Bundab Bowers Finlay

flart Oct? H. Hait. Bepi 29- Liv. Sept 199 Liv. Nov 17 & Log Out 16 & Liv. On 7H Hart, Nov EX.

-Valentine Lv. Aug 168..

P. Meikoff, barque

Spen, scher

Arabla, barque Andan, achooMA Ement, schoner

| Nymph, belgantion

Uriental, ship

You Liong. banque

Commelo, schoever Bella Vascongada, ship Tava, scho

Am 19

Beatrix t'atherine

Dumfries Emily

Geelong

itero

Klarina

Lockett

Louis J. Johan

Hart Dei 30 H.

Mary Delligonda

Vimer

Hart Bept

H.

Mary Shepherd

Rapeon

Meremot

stolder

Nova Zembla

fappen

Oud Nederland

Keepen

Paul Jobuon

Pelican

Rose Ellis

Scotland

Devie

Jonee

Tops

William Pelle Wynstay

Ball Langley

Toto

Lon. Dei 08. Hart Nov (2) H. Hart. Sept 18) H. Hert Bept 18 H. Hart. Od 17

Soad, Aag 18 H. Port, Oct 24 H. Loa. Det 4H. Las. Nor 19 H.

died Oct 99 H.

Liv. June 4 H.

Liv. Oct 16 H.

Order in which the alone Vessels left England,

Laskett, Pallero. May Ballarate- Hava Komila. Ond Medal,

Jakarta, Kaina, Mara, Kudly. Pata

London, Liv. Liverpool, Phis. Klinika, Kan.

Darth, Grand, Maps, Harshapeal, Parc A

1 Conteng, H. Hanghang, N. Kinets, WK. Whihom, 1.

Amey, B. vaanghan

For London. Orkney Lam, W. Walmer Chale, W. Oriental, &

For Liverpool. Tamerlane, H. Confucius, S.

For Bombay. Bir. Gango, (2716 inal

For Calcutta, Arrow, W. Bhelomith, W

--For Manila.

Nuevo Bilbaino, WY.

+

#

Dantando.

11 Dent and co-

Liverpool

New York

bangle Weng

Fubhou

148m, Muir and co. Fab-chow-fu Sapt a falt and ve

*[nche

Hougang

Jan 21 Aibe and coWalaw

Tur. Lovy

VESSELS UNDER DESPATCH.

For New York.

For Belaria.

Flying Dutchman, W. Doard, B.

Auguete, W. Proteus, W.

For Port Phillip. Malbilde, H.

Tromelga, Et. Walter Morrice, H.

For West India.

Emigrant, M.

Acton, Bw.

C. Compagnia, Bw.

Mennica, Bw.

For Panama,

Sa Witch, Sw.

For Siam. Neptune, W. Oceno Queen, £1.

For Shanghat, Brenda, H Dannebrog, H. Aristides, W. Early Bird, W. Daniel Ross, W, Henbury, W.

Jobo Wood, W.

For San Francisco Cornwall, H.

Lai, H

Jobo N Gamler, H. Lord Warriston, El. Lorenz, H. Orleans, H. Potomac, H. Veronica, H. Wilhelmsberg, H. Deutchland, W.

For Jana Bintang Adam, W.

For Pari

??

AND HONGKONG GAZETTE.

OF CHINA

PUBLISHED WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS AT NOON.

VICTORIA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 28TH, 1864.

PRICE $16 per annum.

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION to the VRIEND OF CHINA AND HONGKONG GASETTE, per damun, 16 Opanish Dollars, payable in odvamon,quarterly or otherwise, et apilon, Single Numbers. Så denta TERMS OF ADVERTISING.-Too lines and under, 18p: Dollr; additional, 30 sente??li?a. Repocitome one-third of the Arat regular Insertion Ships, ?�Pirat insertion. # 5p. Deltrasigbosquentinsertions 48 cenia Advertisements in have wrilim, on the face of them, the number of times they are required to appear.stherwise they will be published until countered. Aroduction of swanty dee per can't on menal charge made when quarterly onconnia are rendered for advertisements ordered to stand andiabarbed for a period of three month. Fail charge made for repetition of any Advertisement in the Orensana Imus, Nacies of frasad Estaten will be inserted in both Ovansand and Beni weekly edicious unless ordered to the contrary.

TRIESTE ROUTE.

THE AUSTRIAN LLOYD'S

1 STEAM NAVIGATION

COMPANY'S STEAMERS,

ply regularly between Aleson??the above port. For Fate, apply to

drio and Trieda corresponding with the monthly

and hymonthly Indian Steemers,

The fares have been reduced nad the following ratey Bavo bara færð, viz

IM Clan £16, Zad Clase E11, 3rd Clem £7, including Table money and fres,

Arrangements have been entered into between the Director of the Peninotalar und Oriental 8. N.

Company and the Directors of the Austrian Llaya% 5. N. Company, thaipon

1 Paradyne intending to proceed from Choi va Trim eo seriis theirt from the Pripolar and Oriental Company's Agents for Aliandria.

2nd, Parmesanne' Banoson can be shipped, from Alemandria by the Peninsular and Oriental Company's Stromera for Southampton; the Freight being Ten Bbellings Btorling pu ?Cwi,

B, Recripta ler Canno and Brutan intended for Bhipment to Triasia, will be granted by the Penlosular and Oriental Company's Again to Airmandria, stred of in Sua formerly. bot each Package le to be provided with a white label, on which dielinotly marked in print.

"In Truant for the Avernian LASTD's STEAMUL.*

For further partienkurs apply so,

Ws. PUSTAQ & Co. Agents at Hongkong and ( anion,

Hongkong at July, 1858

NOTICE. THENSTRUANDO INDIA STEAM

"SAVA" having been engaged by the Java Government for the service of the bi-mon?bly Muil between Hatavia and Singapore, under continet for 12 months, will ply regularly during thet period between Brivia and Singapore leweing the former port ab?m the 19th or 11th of very month, und Mingapore within 14 boure for the strivel them of the Mail which traver Southempien on the 4th of the precoding month.

1beiter of Pasonge money see as follows -

"ONTEP GABEN.

From Gingapore to Rhia

DK.

Le Minie.

�?

to Batavia

8 38

Retorn Tickets from Bingopora to Batin and vías para 01.

AKCOND CARTH. From Bugapore to Minto Da de. to Brav

DECK FASSENGERS, From Bungapore to Rhin

Do.

to Minto

"148

Do. do. to Batavia. 10 Children under 18 years of aga ball price

MEYER SCHAEFFEN & Co Hongkong, la December, 1853

NOTICE

FOR SAN FRANCISCO. THE A. 1. Dutch ship" 1918," C-p

THE Copartnership bitherto existing between the Bodersigned, under the Firm of A.H PRYER CRM this A. P. Guess, wilt he despach

ngað en ar about the tat January mat, for | ? Co, in this day dissolved by mutual consens,

A. H. PRYER 1. T. Da SILVER. Hongkong, let January, 1864.

-800- [17171] reference to the above Notice, Ma 11. T. TYD BILVER is authorized to pula all. As- counts for the lato Firm of A. 1. Pavan & Co.

A H. FRYER. H. T. Da SILVER. Hongkong, Ini Janm?y, 1854.

NOTICE

WANTED TO CHARTER

A Bhip of from Four to Bir flundred A Toba, to carry Chiosos Pantongers und Cargo to California. Apply to WM. TARRANT.

Hongkong, 18th January, 1854

WANTED TO OHARTER

A Bhip of from Pour to Bic Hundred A Tous, to carry Chinese Pamangaro Fand Cargo so Australia. Apply to

Wx. TARRANT. Hongkong, 10th January, 1854.

THE New British Lorche VICTORIA," will isada segularly betwem Hongkong and Centos. Cargo taken at moderate rates.

THOMAS ROBERTS, West Point, Hongkong,

19th December, 1859.

FOR BALE. TWO HOUSES on the Sinch side of

Gough Street, each having ?urdon

· Stables, Coach-Housen, da ?round-rest moderate.

J. F. EDGER. Hongkong, 2nd January, 1886

TO LET.

PWO Compress HOUSES on the Bouth T

Bide ul Gorgh Street, and another on the North Side of the same Street, ruch with Sub- ton, Chat-huucos, Garden, &c. Apply so,

J. P. ENGER

Wiziaria, Bed Musah, 1854,

TO LET. THE HOUSE in Stanley Street adjoin. ing the one now occupied by Mr Co- makati. For particulars apply to

N. DUUS & Co.

Haugkong, 21st October, 1951.

TO LET

Ais Gliss Tarsus metalo- Eng 2 Sitting Room and 2 Fed Room, with outhouse stinchad, and large accommodation For further information apply to Mastro MaoLATER | for servants on the ground foor. vgly to,

TURNER & Co.

D

Fra

Do

Warton & Co. Director, Batavia-arte Maste MADLAM PRAnnu & Co. Singapore,

Bonvin, 26th April, 1868.

NOTICE.

Hongkong, 12th July, 1863.

TO LET. (N and after Monday the 22nd THE well known Mission Premises (for Mission purpoare ly) of Rev. 1 1. Konurre in Canion. The place is healthy, comfortable, well known by the Natives as a pranching plese, and desirable as a Mission station at any wishing to rent call and examine the place, and apply to Mere Roula & Co be the termi

Canton, Jet January, 1854.

instant, until further notier, ibe Honekone and Canton STEAM COMPANS' Braxx will ply regularly between Howumone, Cannon and Macan, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday (onless previous motive el daviation be given) as follows:-

The Ben leaving Horasuse on Monday and Canton on Friday, will call at Masao, staring 7 A. M. The hours of departure at other time will be8 am, and the boots will proceed direct betwee Berezore and Canton. When indwowment offers the Bob will call at Cuminanoon but previous notine of such devinson will be given when prac Lionble

The forms will be as heretofore

1st Clam Pagaweane bawron Hoogkong, &

Canton and Macao & Canton 98. Between Hongkang_and_Ma?��?- Bs. Deck Passengere, Europese -

Melayu, &- Chinese,

$1.50 91. Pengen desirous of preseeding le Macao fer a short period may oblaka return Tickets, available for the Bret of cond Blesmer after their arrival, at the reduced rifles of 08 between Hongkong and Maco, and belwera Canton and Masso.

Every Area Passenger will be allowed one servant free of charge.

The vessie will convey Freight on the terme of their pablished scale; ou wblak, however, memo reduction will be made for large quintiles, by special_agreement,

TO BE SOLD OR LET. THE HOUSE on Hollywood Road lately occupied by Captain Hotmontux Ceylon Rifles and shu Hause No. 2 in Gough Birant at phasest in the

coupetido of Dr. CROFT.

For particular, apply to

1. BURGOYNE. Wellington Street.

Victoria, 19th Jonery, 1854.

CIRCULAR.

E bave the har to laform you that we Hill continue Beanea in Akyak, under the style

and arm of LANOLOIS, MCKELLAR & C

NOTICE THE intrgest and responsibility of the late Mi WILLIAM HENDY WARNbuy in our firm ermianted on the 20th of September last,

Canton, 12th November. 1963.

ITIL reference to the above advartinsmani the busings of the House will be sondanied as before by Ma D_JOINBON under the same Be which Mu P. B JOHNSON, is authorized to sign.

M JAMES BOWMAN will sign for in Shangkat by prosurathon,

W. H. WARDLEY & Co. Canton, 12h Nomber, 1853.

NOTICE

416 undersigned begs to insiste, that the

LL Persone having claims against the Estate businatu kasetofore carried on by the Firm of

of the late WILLIAM HENRY WARD. A. El. Fava & Co, wil herocforward be con-

LET are desired to sent them in forthwith to Mestia W. ducted by him under the style of D" BILVER & Oo, which Mr Quo, P. Da Euway is authoriand lo sign.

H. T. D??BILVER Hongkong, tot January, 1851

NOTICE.

TB bereby gives that the Copartnership beretofore existing between the gaderegsed, carrying on business at Victoris, in the Colony of Hongkong, 4 ?еж?кай?е а?? Сомилинок ?ѳаи?е, io thа daj dissolved by mutual consent,

& B. RAWLE. 8. DRINKER

Bonghong, lồth August, 1858.

I'll reference to the above advertisment it le notified that the said concern will be wound. up by Ma 8 DRINKER, who is authorized to adjat all accounts, aud to whom all correspondence will be addressed.

2. B. RAWLE 6. DRINKER,

Bangkong, 18th August, 1958.

NOTICE. THE undersigned bega to give notion that he I will mery on a Gubuxas Commision nod Adynoy Business, under the style sod drm of DHLNKER & Co. and will occupy the premises of the 16 fron of Ramza, Danera & Ca

8. DRINKER. Hongkong, 13th August, 1663,

WE

NOTICE.

¿E have this day established at Caston, nador the same style, a Branch of our business an Merchants and Guberal Agents.

Mr. Romun Azarazoak BILL is authorized

to sign our firm by procuration, and will repreemi no 11 Canton.

LYALL, STILL & Co. Hongkong, Is Jaun, 1868.

NOTICE.

EVERETT KOBERTS in our Fhm at Can- dan and Shanghar censed on the 2018 Juna last.

WETMORE & Co. Canton, 1st Decembar, 1858.

and belly of Me OLIVER

NOTICE.

THE inlet and responsibility of Mr A. L. Adanna, Jr. In our Firm coated from this date, and oor Businese will be conducted under the Style of G AGABEG & Co, which Mr Malambe ADARKO is amborized to sign.

A. & G. L. AGABEG, Contes, Lal January, 1864

NOTICE.

THE interest and responsibility of Mr Jamentzar Enviate in our firm at Cantan, ecrand un thu

December 1868.

NESSERWANJEE ARDABELR BHANJAH & Co.

Canton, 4th January, (N54.

Our old caporites in the Rice Trade in the ??VEFITH reference to the above notification I beg gorrences for the good execution of all orders | 11" to intimate that, from this day, I bere asta- wanemited to pe

J. P. LANGLOI:

DUNCAN MOKELLAR.

Akysh, Fith October, 1858. [OTICE in hereby given, that the Capartnership heretofore subasting betwera YOKICH JONKS

MORROW and JAMES STEPHENSON, under the Style at Firm of MUKROW, STEPHENSON & Co.

blished myself as COMMEION Azar sod Max. CRANT in this place.

NEBSERWANJER AROASEER SLANJAM. Caston, 4th January, 1881.

NOTICE.

THE Busine heretofors conducted in my name | |* will in future be carried on under the style of

. Wandar & Ca. Caion, as to Meett James Bowman & Co. Shangkas, and those in debted so the ssid Estate are requested to mak immediate payment to the mi? parties.

D JOHNSON P. B. JOHNMON. }

Canton, Pib November, 1958.

NOTICE.

Administrataru

R. GEORGE ORISWOLD GRAY je su thorised to sign our name by procuration, RUSSELL & Co.

Canton, 1st January, 1864.

NOTICE.

LIMJEEDIJOY

DIJUNJEEBIOY

by procuraidon, from th�?date.

P. pro. HEEREĽBHOY ARDASHER & Co.

Curitz [laundang.

Canton 16th January, 1681.

KOTICE,

MR JAMES P. COOK is admitted a Partner with me from and after this date. The Businem will be continued onder the Name and Biyle of TUOS, HUNT & OL

THOMAS HUNT, JAMES & COUN Whampon, In January, 1964.

NOTICE

R ROBERT POWELL BAUL Hos this day: 1 bave add a parmar in the Fleas of

BYNE & Co. --- Majapere, KER & PITCAIRN, SYM & Ca, Besaria Batavia, lat Jahoney, 1961

NOTICE

Hongkong fry the subsoribben to LLOYDS, Mastors of Vendo não nogtootedjo porn-basical to them intelligence of losses, accidents, the speak. ing of Vemels, and any gmetal information they (csosidar of importants or interest to the subactibere,

LYAJI STILL & Co. Hongkong, 2:4 September, 1855,

NO IICE.

undersigned here is appointed Agenlaat

SUN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK, CAN CAPITAL $1,000,000, THE undersigned have been appointed Acanto in China for the above Courant, and are prepared to cover Risks, on first class vasels, to tho extent of $100,000. Polico payable in Canton, Bambey, Calculin, London and New York

RUSSELL & Co. Canton, 11th January, 1864

NOTICE. LONDON ASSURANCE CORPORATION, Established by Chanor 1788. Dent & Co., Agents in Honghong.

THE undersigned are day authorized by the abova Corporation to INSURE FROM LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE, Borgkeng, on Dwildings, Goods, Merchandise, und Verods in Part. Let Class, on Howasa in private occupation only, with external Walls of Stone or Brick, and covered with Blate, Tile, Metal, Cement, and other Encom- bostible Material, detached, as adjuning one.

Ed Class, on House of Boiling orced and covered an abora, partly or entirely used as Go- downs, and detached; and un Qouda sod Man. CHAKBIRE, not hazardous, in quch Buildings,

14 Class, on Hove or Buzlutmost above.

omandian, bot linanedous, shetein,

adjoining olbar Buiklings, and on Goons and MR-

4th Class, on Homa or Bummnar erocied

ara dep sited, but no hazardous trade carried on,

5th Class, on Bri

All Payments whether for Freight or Passage has bem this day dissolved. The undersignod, P & J. BYRAWEE COLAH wherein myand covered at above, in which beardens Gload

to be made in Spanish Dollars.

unming lay responsibilities of the oxid Firms, waki In future conduct the business on his own account and in his own Baga

Y. J. MURROW.

Hongkong, 2nd January, 1884.

LTALL, STILL & Co. Agents H 40. 3. P. ?.

Hongkong, 18th August, 1853.

WANTED TO CHARTER. CHIPS of from 600 Teas and upwarde

NOTICE.

Fleabai Quintana, G

Lo Hanana. "Apply to

LY ALL, STILL & CO. Hongkong, 14th November, 1848.

PATON WATSON in our Firm, consed on the 21st Decembar, last.

WATSON & Co. Shanghae, Rod January, 1834.

Corres, Painter and Pongitnes, at the ProPRIETOR. WELLian Tarmany, Queen's Road West, Victoria, 1344.

Brother Mr. Jamastan Beramien Colan iu n�?mitted Partner.

PESTONJEE BYRAMJEE OULAH. Gaston, 81st December, 1852.

NOTICE.

ASPUKANOse may be effected for the period of 12, 6, or a Mouths."

No insuranow is in force until the Premium thereon is paid.

For further particulars, reference is requested to

Sfor searrator of Uhinen Enigmaple THE loterest and responsibility of Mx JOHN Per le due Firm both at Canton and be runde to the undersigned,

IR CHARLES BRODERSEN is admkind

Hanglong.

W?? PUSTAŬ & Ca China totJuly, 1863.

DENT & Co.

Mongkong, 6th October, 1893,

Agents

30

EASTERN MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY,

REVISTERED in London in 1859.

Howes Fincke Hoptons ? Ch............. Bereteria. Moon Fresas ? On.......... Agende in Lérempool. Many Willis & Co. Again in Dalram und Hangren WFort ? C... Aguata in Benhag Sta Ross & Ca

M Mack Factsu & Op............. Again to Magupta,

THE undersigned have been appointed Agents in 1 Casion for the sbors Company, and are pro pared to take Rraka payanle without abate-nest at this place in three months, and in London of Larn POOL IN DE MUNC?, after proper proof of loss is given.

TURNER & Co.

Canton. 18th January, 1854

TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES THE Dieters of the Abertan Laorde Stream NAVIGATION Company in Tries, have made Arrangements for TELEGRAPHING MES- BAGES to London, or to any Part of the Camilment, want to them from China.

The Messages should be sent under cover, super- veriba)" Telegraphie Deopatch," to the "Alesandrin Agent, for transmission through the Commanding Ufour of the Steamet, and to be delivered inmedi ately on arrival of the Vessel at Trieste.

The Charge for Telegr-phing 20 Words from Triste per Subasstina to Londen, in shoot 16 Flo sina, or 22 Shillingo Sterling ; and £1 dieeling fur

on Meng

The writing must be in legible words For further particulars, apply to

W?? PUSTAU A Co. Agents at Hongkong and Canton Flongkang, 27th October, 185:1

FOR SALE. CHAMPAGNE is Pints and Quarie, PoRT Wina, Pale Bukurt, Clavet und Brandy, all of first quality.

2630, Nasze of rima in Caská ví 2 cmt. Apply in Hongkong or Canion to

LYALL, STILL & Co. Hongkong, 1st January, 1884.

FOR SALE.

THE cargo of Red and White LISBON WINE ex Owynn, just arrived at Macao. Apply to,

RUSSELL & Co. Canion, 11th January, 1954.

THOS HUNT & Co.

VILL continue to keep a Large and Extensive Arsortment of BH?P CHANDLERY, M

the very Lowool Prions.

Whumpen, lat January, 1954.

FOR SALE

| UST RECEIVED a few Kegs of Prime Humpe

JUST of Primar

Hard Wax, prepared expressly for Bettling purposes and Besling Tressure Boxes.

Landing

Soup and Billi in 6 lb. Time, Preserved Mosta in 4 tk. Time,

Calcutta Bottled. Ale (Blast's )

ALBO,

Silced Mangoe and Cashmere Chutnies, Mul- Rigatonny Curry Paste and Powder.

Ladies' and Genil men's White Kid Gloves of red size; Ladies' Blockings; Gentlemen's Hinched and Umbruched Bocki; Dooskin and Puckskin riding and driving Gloves; Neck tien Superfine Black & Blue Broadcloth, &c., &a., áo.

An assortment of Saperior Penkoiven

MAC EWEN & Ca Hongkong, 24th January, 1854.

FOR BALE.

THE undersigned lately received per Clipper

"Sea Witch"--

An invoice of Cornaline Patent Soler Sten- and Tinging Lampe of 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, and 8 Burners,

with entrs Globey Chingne, and Wicks, nad with

|

THE FRIEND OF CHINA AND HONGKONG GAZKTT'B.

Striped Poplin and Norwich Lostre do French Mesino and Plain Muslin de Laine,

Da, in White, Pink, Sky, Shate drab & Nap bhas French printed Combric and Masia de Hoyle's Print de, Black & Colored Barage do White & Colored Tarletones in all calore. Sws and India Book Muslins

Jacennete Plain and spotud Mulla

Black Bromella Net, Whito do. Tulle illusion Blonde Edgings, Real sod Imitation Lace. Lee Falls Do. Barth, Bleeves, Cullara. Chemours & ?ược ?

Plain and embroidered Cambria Handkerchief Infanta Auber und embroidered Frocks.

Caps, and variety of under clothing. White and Colored Kid Gloves, Silk d? Bracelet and Neck, tion.

Pearl Jet and Chmille Head dretten Wreathe and Busquets, and a choice selection of Feathers & Flowers from Medema Ferriato's Paris.

Au amortment of La-li-s & Childrens Boots and Shore from Vianti Esto Ruan sa ba Paiz? kdy a Paris, comprising White & Colored Baria boss, Kid and Morocca do., Buaff and Cout!! d", &c. &e.

Linen and Cotton Diapart, Leish Liom. Brown Holland,-Colored do.

Hurtocks' Long-Clock, French Long Cloth pary fat and light. Table Clothe orry large siz Table Covers, Toilet Covers, Quika, Anti-Masamun Lace Curtains, Mosquito Net. Rlted Jacoast Liosage, Union naid "Twill do., Victoria and Vene tind Skirting, White sad Colored Crinolion, Cri noline Penticosta and Improvers, Corded Dino. Fise Flannels, Nursing Staya, Finnch Wove de Coutil do, Children's Bonds, White and Colored Silk Hove. Thrand do, Marino de, Cotton do Colon Becks, Wool Pallosa, Wool Capa de 9lver,

· Ositors, Booralina, Glura Comforters, dic. do

Woollen Hoods' Braided Satin and Merino do. White and Colored Satin and Marino Halo, Braided Cloake and Palisses, Frocks, and a great variety of Children's Clothing of all kinds.

PUBLIC AUCTION.

andaraigned has received instructions to sell

by PUBLIC AVOTION ON

SATURDAY.

the 29th day of January, 1854,

on the Premises. No. 4 Gough Street, Nonb Bide,) as Non-

T. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE of ??Gentleman leaving the Calony

All particulare will be stated in the Catalogun:

CHARLES MARKWICK,

Auctioneer.

floogkong, 12th January, 1854.

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.

NOTICE

JOHN BUTT is sutherised to sign our firm by procuration.

HOLLIDAY WISE & Co. Csuton, 28th January, 1854,

NOTICE

WR SHAPOORJEE BYRAMJEE based

to sign our firm by procuration and Me Coware Hoamwosum in authorinud to sign the same by procumtion from thảo date,

RUSTOMIEE BYRAMJEE & Co, Canton, 38th January, 1986.

NOTICE.

ALL Parsons having claims nglina the Estate A of JOHN SMITH, deceased, fate of the Barque Red Rower, aru rapiented to make them known to the undersigned, and those indebted tu the mid Estata are requested to make immediate payment to Mr Jonn Gemson, of the Steamer Hongkong, or to

ADAM SCOTT. Administrator,

Canton, 25th January, 1854.

Haberdashery, Parnaola, Elsmic Paga Gariam, Sandalwob white & colored, Wide Elastic Worm- ed and Leather Beka, Lions Tapes, Shiri Budada, Dress and Trimming Buttons in geost variety, BIK and Wool Braide, Cotton do:, Washing do, Mohvir Fet, Ribbon Plaits, Bugle Trimmings, SergOFFEE Knitting and Mending Cution, Pius. Nesiles Hooks & Eyse, Whalebone, Coveral Cass. Wad dings, Coston Cords, Ruches, Ribbon Wice, Silk Piping, Staw Trimmings,

-Prom Price & Gomall-

A small assortment of PERFUMERY.

Alm. Manou bego to add that she will costions

to receive the Latior Fashion from London nud Paris Monthly.

Payment to be made in Mexican Dollars, Hongkong, 30 December, 1853.

NOTICE.

Seamen's Hospital

TRCOTY BO.

Ilonearstile David Janosur, Exq, C. D. Wa trame, Esq, Hon W. T. Munoan. Esq., R. 8. Walker, Esq Superintendent af ik E. &.0. Steam Navigation Company, (ex officio)

Traseurer,-J. G. Bawatsu Baq Residens Surgeon,-Puvaa Yooxa. Eng. Consulting Sur gom,--W. A: Hautand, ?og.

M.D. Acting Colonial Surgeon

Terms of Admission.

*

10

Public Wards -- - 76 sunt per day. Intermediate Warda, 1 Dullar n Private Rooms- Parents are an admined on deposits, at the fol. lowing rates, renewable one day provions to the

amount deposited baving been expanded,

Public Wards, Intermediste, - Private Robe

015,

-$30,

-- $80,

The Captain or Consignses of Veun-li monet ba responsible for the expauses of Patinou wat by

or withou-de. Also, Bland Latipurapihal

sizes.

50 Barrala Prime Me Bef

50

19

100 .. Gallege Flour.

Pork.

100 Boxes Vinchester Balt-waler Song.

60 Barrels Prima Cider Vinegut,

50 Boxes Sichel's Wine Balers,

50 Kags Dried Apples,

25 Box H. Lump Tabacco,

100 Tisa Benda Sodn und Water Biscuits,

200 Gallons Spirits of Turpentine,

200

Bold Linseed Oil,

100 Kegs New York Bauer,

100 Tins Powdered and Lamp Sugar,

100 Barrel Pilot Brand,

Hides of Bigging, Pump, and Bellows Leacher.

Also, constantly on hand.

Europe and Manila Rigging of all sizes, Cunves, Tar, Paints of all Colours, and a complete Amort. ment of Arunks necessary for hipa" ve",

Maria's Pale and Brown Bready in Wood and Boule; Bherry in Wood and Boule; Ould and Pa DE SILVER & Co.

Hongkong, let Jasvary, 1854.

ENGLISH OAT'S.

FOR SALE at the HTORES of the undersigund,

FOR SALbele of English Date, weighing

43 Ihr. per bushel.

Victoria, 10th January, 1854.

LIST OF GOODS

H. MARSH.

FOR SALE at Mas. MARON'S Millinery Rooma, Queen's Rond, Hongkong.

CHOICE Selection of Bonauts of the Lainat fashions, consisting of Velvet, Balin Olsce

Bolk. Plan and Fancy Straws of every description.

Black and Colored Sith Mantles.

Black and White Lace Do,

French Barege and Cashmere Shaw la

French Glass & Taffino Hilke in wary color. Black & Colored Bilk Velvas,

Do Ribbons in all Widha, Sash Ribbons.

Boat do., Narrow Hetin, Lote de Bermet do,

French Brocade B Dress

Glace Bill do.. White & Colored Tulle do.

Lnce do., Barege de Boie do.

N. B.-All Hospital Billu sa ba receipted by thầu, Trearer only.

NOTICE

EORGE LOGAN Hair water and Perfoma U begs to inform the Ladies and Gandemen of Hongkong, and Captales visiting the Colony, that be now carrier on the above busleses on the pre- mises of Me F. Duddell, Quova's Road, oppe via the Oriental Bank.

N. B. Ladies and Goslemon attended at their mon residemens if required.

Hongkong, 24th January, 1854.

PUBLIC AUCTION,

THE underwired has received instructions lo mall by Pussio Auction, on the Premisen

ON FRIDAY.

the 10th day of February nart. At Noon praty

Unless previously disposed of by privi

me, the folt wing Property,

In one Lot.

That building to the Queen's Road known

to the

HONGKONG ULUB KOUBA, And the ou buildings allached, with the land upon which the whole in built-Registered in the Land Ore as Inland Lot No. 18, mor ing 14 100 square foot.-Annual Ground Reat £128,001.

Also in one Lot.

All the Splendid Furniture, Billiard Tables, Pine, Crockery, Glass Ware &a., &, belonging to the above establishment.

Conditions of Bale, Chialogues of the Forag Acc. will be deleted some days pel?r to the Auction

GEORGE DUDDELL

Auctioneer.

Hongkong, th November, 1658.

NOTICE.

THE Sale of iba " Hoxanone Czua House and Funnitus." is postponed until Friday tha 10th February 1954,

Hongkong, 28th January, 1954.

FOR BALE.

in Bacs of 5 Ibe a 15 lbs. nach.

MAC EWEN & Co. Hongkong, January, 1854.

THE FUNEREAL CYPRESS.

(Cupressus Funebris,)

Few Packets of the Seed of this

A Tea Pick plant have been obtain

ed from the Green Ten country, and are for Sale.

"We have received a specimen of it, which enables us to say it must be a plant of the Greatest beauty."

Prada Unite--" Agricultural Gazette."

Apply to

MAC EWEN & Lo. Hongkong, 17th January, 1854.

AESBIAN STATE LOAN.

TRANSLATION OF THE QURMAN OFFENIAL LETT. TN accordance with the Prospectus, has taken place this day, before a notary, witnesses, and the public, the 17th Drawing of the HasOTAN Brats Lentrent Loan of the year 1845, and the fullowing 20 Serien mumbora hava bean drawe :-

9609

99 1639 1951 8524 5787 093 9186 3163 3500 5850 1072 2479 8201 3940 0941 1091 2774 3509

4407 together, 20 Serias of 25 Bonds each, or 500 Bonda. We hereby publish the same for the informa- tion of the pabilo.

Direction of the Heusian Treasury Office,

BCUOTTEN.

-

VL. STEPHAN.

Camel, fat December, R53.

LATEST DATRI.

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THE FRIEND OF CHINA AND HONGKONG GAZETTE

VICTORIA BATURDAY, JANUARY Dark, 1864.

DIARY. MUNDRANDA UNTIL NEZE TYDLIGATION

JANUARY.

98) Saturday,

30 Monday-

29 Sunday,

INEON WATER

Rio Bot

1. P. W.

64 6.4 0,49 9,25 6.41 6,40 9.32 10,17 4,41 64: 10,40 11,0% 91 Tuesday.

6.40 44.29 11,49 New Mund to morow, as 0. 48 A. x.-Pariges yesterday.

Jan.

SUPPLEMENTARY SHIPPING LIST.

ANKIYALA AT TIONGKONG. 27, Vier (Peru), Clark, from Callao, 90th Nov. 11, Hosduck(Am), Walden, from Baltimore, 19t

Augual.

27, Orkney Las, Martin, from Whatapos.

Jan.

DEPARTURES FROM HONOKONO,

17, Zephyr, Morrice, East Co.,

27, John Jartram (Am), Landuolm, Whampo 27, George Howland (?m. Wie), Wrih, Whating

REPORT-The Rosback spoke the Am Barqua Casada on the 11th November, off Cape of Good Hope, in lat. 39. Lang. 18 E. bound to this port.

Tun P. & 0.9 N. Co's Storm Ship Cadi Capt. Roberts (late of the Bris) arrived shortly after Sundown on Wednesday, bringing 1,300 Cheats of Mulwa Opium, nod Thirteen more lakhs of Dollars worth of bullion, principally bar silver. The Cadis is one of the Company's now Screw Steamers, and does ber work well, Up to the latitude of Pulo Sepata she expo- rienced fine weather-thence a strong unvon-

Buon.

The Poons of Singapore for this port three days-H. M. N. 8. Encounter two days before the Oadi -the latter vessel how ever would call at Labuan and coal. ff. M. 8. 8. Baracuta was to leave for China direct on the 18th osient, and may be looked for hourly.

The Russians and Tucks are at war in good earnest, and nearly all the success kitherto has bean, as we expected, on the side of the Turks. We take the following from the Malta Times of the 13th ult.-

NEWS FROM TJIE LEVANT.

By papers and private lattern nevived by the French sizamer Nil, we have received the following important intelligence:-A suguinary action bas taken place at Sinoje on ibo Asiatic mda uf tho Black Sun. There was in this port us Ostema division, composed of 4 friguses, 2 cervelles. 3 or 4 small vessels, sod a very small steamer, the Ergli. A strong Russian squadron, ounsisting of 8 line of battle ships, one of which was a threa decker, nad several Gigstas and sorvatten, favoured by the wind entered the port, and sù mngagemeni look. place. The struggle was dreadful, ned was sustain ed by the Turkish ouifers and the batteries of the fort with the ment determined courage

The city was on fire in two places. The steam frigate if which brought the nowe to Constan- Lipuple, received several shots, nad kad some ni killed and wounded, the mone Russian ven- sal funder. When the Turkish stanmor Faf NO Simups the engagement was being overled on was the same obtusoy. The English and French steem frigaivo Retribution und Magador, hud leiu Constantinople to render magistaucaso lhe wasedet. A other English stummer was sent to Biuope to obwin the precise details of the ongagument." Un the day after the arrival of the faif, the Eng- lish Admirals Duades and Lyons, and the Frenchs Admirala Homolin sud Jacquloot, descended from Beyco to Paru, on board the Cadac, Lord Stratford De Recliffs, accompanied by two Eug- Jish Admirale, proceeded to H General Braguay d'Hilliers, and there a conference took place be. tween the Ambuendere, and the four Admirala, the result of which was that the Caradoo was or dered to leave ab important despetobes for the English and French Governments. It was re- ported on the departure of the French steamer on The 5th, that the Impoh line of battleship 'Cher- Irmagos" and nu_English szrow steamer under the command of Bir Edisund Lycos wert about to as- the the Black Be The Boglish iron muertunt skraneme "l'haba." antret had left Constantivople for Trebizond, was fråd isto by sein Russina own of war, and struck by three cuneo balle, which obliged bar to lay to After being visited abe was allowed to continue her voyage.

We glean from the Impartial de Syras, of the 6th Dee the following:-Kard Ahme. Pacha har. ing marched aguina Alexandroplo, the garrison ande e sortie, but was driven back leaving grost many dend and wounded, and a large quantity of arma and baggage Abdi Paaha þad in person com menced the siege against Alexandrople The Ge neral in Chief of the army of Asle had taken pos- session of two important positions, Azgur and Dj rail, which command the dafilen looding to Akisks All the neighbouring districts of Akĭska have been occupied by the Ottoman troeps, who have changed the authomies The gront part of the population being Musselman, their liberatore were received with enthusiam. Zbalans Geen taken by Sebamy), afar a most ganguinary fight of 38 hours. Douirt Bey, one of Schamyle omar had taken the fort of Kabott, and continued his march towards Chitwan.The sonobate frain Tra bizund which are to the 24th Nov, ate very favour able to the arme of the Turke:-All the efforts of the Russians to retake the furt Chawketul have been waar-lling The Turka had taken pusses sion of the station of Soples, and of 70) Russines that garrisoned the place, anly 300 escaped with their lives.-Malta Times, Dio. 13.

As the P. O. 8. N. Co.'s Steam Sloop Can- lon was coming bere from Cumaingmoon on the 24th instant, an engagement was observed off Listin between a Junk and two piratical vemels; the latter, the Cant approached, sheering off to the Eastward, one of them boaching on Lintin-the crew taking to the hills. As the Cantun got closer, the Junk was observ od to be in tames fore and aft, the crew jumping overboard. Boats were immediately lowered, and Capt. McDermott and his crew succeeded in saving fifty two from a watery grave, with whom he arrived in Horgiong

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SUPPLEMENT TO THE FRIEND OF CHINA, N.° 8. JANUARY 28?u, 1854,

From the North-China Herald, January, 7.

We have gleanal from the narrative of an eyewit- oes the following lunbar pirsiculare of the trip of

Cassini to Nanking.

ancestors and can be traced back for many hun- dreds of years.

The female officern were noticed riding through the streets up to the Yamune to give in their daily reports to the chiefs, and diammunted in inilitary order and with great olsenity at the ofloist radi dences; when they had given in their reports they remodeled and rode away to their quarters

From the North China Harald, January, 14.

The China Mail and Hongkong Register.-W= chetain!??du not desira en unter into unfriendly ana- toveny with our contemporsche, and wa cordially | mehow "* hatred, malice and all unansritablearse," hut wa shuld be found wanting in just ca to nar srives to our fri nile, and to the great cause which we adeorala, via: --the best interesta temporal and aternal of the vast peoplo smong whom we kro-if we failed to notice the tone of the journals whose titles we placa as the head of this article.

have been accompsed by the remark, "probably

KOT Gorrect.

In the paper of December 18th (being from his overland edition), he acknowledges the gradual up. proach of the rebels to the Capital, but comandes himself with the idea that the intense winter of that region will be more distrous to them then suc- ception of defaute, and he adde Peking is pre- ** samed to be well garrisoned, and warn from the son of a Clilauta gentleman, recently arrived from the ospital, that its stores of rice ore af *ficient for three years' consumption," &c., &c. Mo the Editor swallows this, and then complacently des to the unfortuante oredulity of those who had believed more assumptions' to the contrary.

In the same paper, professing to give a summery of intelligenes from Bhanghae, for the information of his home readers, he says... The Fokinros chief La cuts me to pieces, and steeps their hearts and entrails D wing-that the population In the city his bran tidazed from about half a mil Tươm to 80,000- that about 300 of the orderly

Caron, -No report-Stock 4,000 pecula, Buds-No report Ithubarb.-None in market, Verl(c) B"m,

|Bug?t,- White 7000 preule.

Brown 10,000

*

New Cup looked for.

PRICES CURRENT.

Cash in 2 Months, Duty Paid

+ Mendes the apperet, sågpas mbet godatima yad the de mangronden in prior to vote, ruộty so when there be how we k Spritem in the Enchongo an England and India. Gray Shirtings from $1.50 to 2.40 (+ 0 a 5 cis.) White Shirtings. $ 1,80 10 2.90(Mandy) American Drills. § 1.85 to 1.65 (swady,) Calion Yarn021.00 3050 ( +0 ??@ 1 p. pl } Spanish Stripco - 0.71 to 1.00 jetendy.) Long Elle Ĥ & H§ 6.75 to 7.15 (steady,)

H 8 Lead Engkab Steel Faglish

On parsing Eching about ten miles above. Kon- chow, it exhiklied all the appearance of a large cing very lofty pagada reae habind it myking = good land-mark for vessels moving up and down the river. Many large dem were anticed which proved to have bean caused by the destruction of Joe-houses by order of Ten-ping. There was a large firal at anchor consisting of about 800 vesi - pasir them they boisted their colore which made a very gay and benutiful appearance and the crowd of soldier and chiefs au hoard, supposed to be nearly 30,000 troops, presented a splendid effect. This Hoet was understoud to he bound fet Yong-how with provicious and reinforcemento for that city. Shortly after, a vast number of ventola was met with which seemed to swarm over the

First, to or own viswa.-We have walebed zivar lika boes, all flying Ta--ping wang's colours

the pongress of the Chinzés Rebellion with great buhabitants have been recently ala o by the rebels, and towing numerous bonus conveying mules and

interest, and have become ne adroosios, becauso we En giving those interesting Mens, the Ednor dome horses for the daw of the army. These men were

bellera that ko greens, -under ihr quideore of an | cot say wholber be can " vouch for their authenti- in high glee sad onluted the foreign firaskip na it

overruling Providence- will ant only emancipate any." moved slowly up the river, and the chiefs wered

the nailon frag so allen and diapolie yoka bat i-- their bande in token of welcome-taying we ittradure the light of Christianity and true evil Chine Herald is ont to be trusted in what profes

The Mail in respect to as, "the North

ses to be editorial" We can afford to sendo at the coffellum, and ask if our journal-which is a Rice (Duty free) record of evrst mod exponet of public opinion, Betel Nut may not be more satisfeciory to the public. for oc

TRAN" cannually awdorung the cuntsibations of there. Oquam, Menings,

were, go forward. Next morning another email. ders of jusks was anonuntered, so that it appeared o if one continunue stream of vessels was peering down without interruption; not a single imperiskat vessel was seen above Chin-konng. The appear. ance of the country about Nanking is very bara and unprepossessing ; que would scarcely suppowe it to be the seat of so as a population The

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tion ; and thos ?rsive her termlög millerine from the gravelling alswety of paganino into the "glorious liberty of the one of God,"

Evan 1 ? a slightest sign of a movement in this direction, the faintem ground for hope that queh gbrings really may now be forthcoming, are

Ugh le racile e shrub of sympathy threogboat the great hourt of Chelstondom. We believe in the progress of rivillz

navê ns, and to enter the pale of Curlstendom- and we have hopes that this rebellion is the bes ginning of that and,"

But we are not over credulows on this subject. - We are not unmindful of the many unfavorable features in the lastrines, sad deeds of the revola

then le that of the China Mail, which is the so-

The Plates

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??6 50 to 6.00 (stan 4y.)

630 to 6.60 (4-10. p.pl)

500 to 5.50 (??0 ct.pib) 65 80 to 0.00 (??10 stop.bus Geng Clarified $70.00 to 13000+24 010, pl,

Grade 8x00 to 100 00 Sandal Wood, Balakar

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varying record of the prejudices, and the speck Docke ed opinions of lus Eitor

The course of the Hongkong Register, his baen similar to that of the Mail It is unnecessary to advance any proofs of this, for they are somerons and palpable enough We will refer however to two of a fenders which appeared in the overlan edition of December 10th one is the review of of the Bishop of Victoria's chargo ni Shanghar, and the other is a comment upon the lesser of Dr. Madhurst which appeared in this journal Novom bet 20th. Now, in both instanses, the Editor has rushed into the males, without knowledge, judg. ment or courtesy, striking blindly st the proper- tion that there are some favourable religious fen- tures in this Rebellion, demoving the attention of The Christian world. He seems to be personally nfended at such an intimation, and do arouila it (particularly in his enmarks upon the latter of Dr Our object in this journal has been to prescot a Medhare) in language totally unworthy of any faithful and cntract picture of the course of events | journal which has the least pretence to respecta in China; and while we do not conceal our own?�bility. rympathien, wa surely buvo no desire to mielend the minds of any of our rendere.

|| tionists, and of the proverbial ascertainties of war;|| -and we admit the possibility that all mar hop se, cory and la disappointment, and the dark eurain of Tataing be senin drawn closer than ever nevr the nation; but still we shall aut surrender our bore for batlar things, until more definite and pal- poble emaons are developed.

The Register is not bound to giva assent to the opinions of the Bishop of Victorin or of Dr. Bled- harat, hot he is certainly bound in trost three re verend gentlemen with the courtney to which their

character and attainment until them

The Register ways-~ We doubted the sorcess * of the rebels in Kwang as * *

** we donkind she quecoa -f the rebolo when they

+ barmapen Naching ... and we |" shall continue te denke the vibers of the rebel- fiona! we see it * avastamiskän a revolution" *be bar a right tu doekt; but smid,ali ihla v. ferous doubting, we would suggest de 2 fitle deobt as to his own Infallibility of judgment'Eufo tem of information, would be a Jury gmat impoo-

The China Mail and flongkong Register, b?�w- over, have lakon an entirely differem view, both of the character and alteriór objects of the Tarbigh pings For long period they denied even the existence of "a rebellion." but when this becging Da notorious for danlal, they began to usonil le character and motives of the Insurgents, as if fu so. range for buying proved them to ha nilaroken. Bo they open wide their eyra, wid hodly cipelen. Agrimst all they see that is objectionabila in the The pingy, while they pertinuélously shut their open, or at konut keep silent, upon all that is favo rate-they evince the most pativo celulity of every thing that is reported against them, and s hike incredulity of all that le io their favor. They are not friend on the contrary, they mail each other upon almost every other subject, but in huo- ting down the Tao ping wong and his followers, they lovingly ron together in couple, and endes Your to crash all sympathy for them, by represen. them as impastors, rogues and brigands, who will as as certainly deserve to be. They seem to measure the lower- gent Chinos by the high standard of Wastaen Ci- viligstion, and wherever they fall short in doctrina or conduct, in political, in religious, und, even in military mattara, they denounce without mercy.

steamer cast anchor near the firet stockades about seven miles from the Brut gate of the City, and no water communication could be had mentor, expect by carrow canal which led up to the city wall md round to the Porcelain tower, lying at a con- siderable distance behind the Tarine city ; at least Bees miles from where the Coríní dropped anchor. The city walls are in beautiful repair and range from any to seventy feet high -the canal earrounding the city in estimated to be at least do Fre bread and about 4 10 6 fact deep. The partion of the wall blown up by the insurgents was sixty feet wide, but has been substantially re-budt. The oper wall is well guarded by seminala at about one beadred yards apart-which intres fully 2,000 men to patrol is The space between each wall about four hundred feet, near the gates they are about 10 fest broad and 40 fem high and full hundred feet in depth-enteraet gutes of smaller dimensions have been added by the insurgents, inside which long from guns are mounted. The di'nce from the large and ensirat ozier gule, to the inner one of the third wall, ması be at least one.quartet af a-mile-from whence a wide streat of twenty feet bread and surrounded us either vide by low house in a very rolmous state, rana as far as you can sou. Not the slightest bushumng is car rying on in the shope-but all the iukabitanie, men, women and children are well dressed and cleanly in their persona, and the great variety of col-ura, and coelome presents a very agreeablo and livaly been before almerved, the women A has b aspect. ace ongregated is beir own quarter, hat many of | them are occupied during the day in carrying tion from the junke into the city having officers of their own sex over them, and if any are niced to be ting female chini with a small rastan in ber hood, given her soma smart tape to awaken her attention. Many of the women were observed to be of large slatere, florid complexion and having onurmally large feat for Chinese, and akogether, looked more like Europeana then are met with in ible part of China. The men are generally strong, Blood and beakby looking, and they tram the boys with great kindna-e-all are well dearted in alik, calia and for. They all fare alike-thay un man wine in small cups at their moola, but eat nothing between merle, and no sobadoo or opium le any where met with, for it is well known death in the award of any instingumunt of the strict orders which are placarded all over the walls of the city, and even in the country round about. All the Josses have been destroyed throughout the city, sad every where within reach of the lavargania." One morning about ten o'clock, a very larga pro- cession, consisting of at least five thousand men, moved from the official rosidanese up to the hill on the north side of the city, te také a vlaw of the Steamer. Two very large dragons were carried in the prossesion, our yellow," the other red, a toast one bandred fast long; each carried by 200 hundred men and so large, that the man's legh looked like cemi pedes' in comparison. Flags, banner and music accompanied them and many chie's were present on the oezavisn. They stayed there at least and boar and a half, and then moved down again to the strains of their nemi.barbarous music of gongs, tomtoms, and triangles. The forti- ficatione appear to have been well looked to and strengthened in every possible way, by canale, fome, form, stockade and pitfalls, in all directions -all the walls and forta are well magated with Iron gun-one 24-ik, brase carronade was noticed in one of the outside Batteries. The small arme of the soldiery se abiody apears and small swords and matchlocks, bat no European guns were among them. The great city (now called Teen- king or heavenly city) seama quke impregnable to any active Croops and i would even require a well appointed foreign force to make any offectual attack on such a forurens as Nanking now is The people are remarkably civil and wall behaved towards foreigners-and toomade upon shonendu visited the Steamer, bat all in the most orderly manner, and not the slightest thing was mined during the Crimi?'s vinis, in Nanking not a dost in locked they universally eslute each other an Heung-ta ar brother and Tohrung brethren who ther native of formigo if u Chrisilan, and impe and de ilele en generally applied to their enemics

The orderly way in whiab vrarything is conduct ed would lead the the spectator so imagine that being was visiting an old established government, instead of a new power just sprung lato existanca. Every one, men woman and child has their appointed duty, and they go about it with a will.

The chief say, their religion is not borrowed??from Irreigners, but was the old religion of their

We will not wi?em that the Editors of these journals are not no davirons for the best interests of The Chinese as we are, and we do not complain that they di?er from us in opinion at to the `character of the rebellion, but we find fault with ilem for no harably prejudging the Revolmionists, and for the unfair manner in which they report the progress of events. The reader of chase journals for the pist year will have noticed this,--but we will refer, in illustration of our remarka, moraly to name of their Intent in We begin with the China Mail In the issue of December 8th, the Editor, professing to give a report of the programs of affairs in China, produces a long string of sucenta over the rebuli and recapture of Citire by the Imperialios, taken from the Peking Gungtia; and at the tail of this he mys.-We add an "extra" from the travelation of the Pening Gorette furnished by Dr Medhar to The North China Herald,"-this " extract," je that Taparing and garbled report of "the grost victory"? gulard by Shing paow over the rebela at E'yang October 6th, wherein they lost somewhere about 10,000 man." Now, why should the Editor be se mreful to publiah ibio ?zvette in full, while ba not only left out but made no reference to various olber Gaseties of quite a different tenor, treiale: tinas of which were before him at the same time! Does he call this giving a fale and truthful plc- Lure of the course of avonta, or does he prof-an on- IT to publish account of victorise over the rebels?

In the same paper, and directly following the| "bare, he introduces the translation of a letter from " Chinese, purporting to be a carration by an aya. witoms of the "capture of Nanking, and of the cruelties that followid"-the latter staten that-

??On the 93 March, all the woman la the Tartar C ty of Nanking were ken and put into a large empty ball- ding, which, alter smadry renkadons of a kind of janyar, wak set on Ben. The vicla pia wờhin and wikom Wai thes destroyed by fire-soi a soul escaped."

This awful story the Editor endorses, by intimal

that the narrativa in teliable, and so ya " though it does not coptala much information, it is probably correct," (The imalios are ours.) If a report of like atrocitise nommjund by the Imperialists had com to the band of the Editor from a like source, wa will venture to sy, that it would either not have found a place in his columns, or if it did, it would

vement.

Tu la bomentable that these journals-which go forward to the western world purporting to give a record of the course of events in China, and in guide the public mind--should be filled with such one sided atasaments, and imbsad with such li beral and bitter spirit as they are likely greatly to prejudice the cause of truth-Their local indu ence, is of fur les importance.

COSEBERROIAL INTELLIGMEON

CANTON.

24th January, 1854. Sales during the Month Orey Bhirlings,-46,000 pieces, White do. 1.500 pieces, American Drills,- 8,000 pieces, Cotton Yarn-Importers not sellers, Cotton-7,600 Bales, vis 4,500 Bombay and 3,000 Long Elk 800 piscus,

(Bengal Spanish Bic,-600 pieces, Camlets,-1,000 places,

No sale reported,

Tin Plates-300 Boses. Lead,-2,200 Pacala, Quicksilver -900 Flaske, Lochineal,-Far sales reported, Ginseng Limited anla Bandelwood-500 pecula, Retin-1,000 preuls, Pepper-No repon,

EXPORTS.

Purchase during the month, TR,~~Coogou, 100 ?boga,-Block 140 full Chope, Souchong,-4 Chope-Stock 70 Chape, ill Pekor,-3200 Choola-Stck 2.300 new and 1,000

Main Orange Paloe,-Na seulemente reported,

Block 4,000

Plain Capar-300 Borse-Stock 14,000 Package, Ankoy1,000 balf Che.-Stock 15,000 half Cha. Ning Yong and Oolong,--18,000 Package-

Blook 142,000 Packages,

Booted Caper-5,000 Box, Boented Orange Pikos,-8,000 Boxes, Canton Gunpowder,-Trifling, Young Hyon-Tuding, Hyson Bios,-8,000 Chests, Twankay-150 Chance, Hyron-4,600

Young Hyeon-32,000 bair Cheat, Imperial and Gunpowder-700 ball Chests, Country Green-188,000 Paakuga havo arrived,

47,000 of which are entled, Nasztó Size-Purahasoo of the Benson to date are 1,487 Bales of Tauthors-458 of Tarmama and 505 of Pewbingu, leaving only 90 Bales of Sewhinge in Stock,

Kyrows,

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06 90 in 7 50p pl.

Bouth Ban falando 94.60 to 500°,

82,40 10 2 60

Kydney

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-

155 to 2.90 (-5 @[10 cis.)

300 to 4.0+10 GO, }

Tasly 16 to 17 (-

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Bouchong, 28,31 + 35 Pelota.

Twi

17 to 19-1° ??14 .. ) 174 to 21 (- 10 1 .. 17] to 23

Tarleto 40 (+1 a 10

No report.

Plain O. Prkos, Plain Coper Ningyonga Oolong Scented Caper. - Honted O. Pekon Canton-Guapond-r.

Young Hyson, - Heron Skin, Twonkay,-

H17, Young Hyson,

17.

10 to 24

16 to 30 (+1

19 ta 26 (??9 Ne report,

do.

15 - 29

23

21.60

19 a 42

Imperial ? Gunpowder, 33 a 46 BILE-No report,

14

Cassia, Lignia,-Prices have recadad,

# Buds.

Ov Vermillion $30 to 37 p. box of 50 caltis(4-1pbox)

Freights-Are firm at £5 a £5 104 for Londo Rod Laverpo?�↳Ļ and soi likely to decline looking to the requiremenu for Tonnage both for E gland and the Out Ports. For New York, $18 * $20 for Tea, and $90 a 36 bar Silka For San Francisca, 820 für Tom, and 930 for Sitte. Exchange-Transactions for the Bi monthly Mod

were undeally large, at rate ruling from Se 3d a 51 140 thou for the prescat Mail may Lo quoted Aid &e zd. On lodis, 243 ??V40 -1 which a good business las b?an done Orie Bank Corporation on Laden, at 6 months right 64.14. ?n India, ni 5 days sighi 242 Rupees per TD Dars, Commercial Bank of India en Landon, at monthe sight be id. On Indra, - night 208 a 1 Rupie per 103 Dra. Bujë m-Bappling by the two Bros of the pre- aft mondodenne to show Four Million Dot. Jars, 'u considérable:persion of which however has gone North. Quotations are,-

CIRCULAR.

British Chamber of Commerct, Canton, 24th January 1854.

A Public Declaratie from the Banking Haasan having been amoed isla day, stating that for the future all DOLLARS of the same instrinsic value as the CHOPPED DOLLAR CURRENCY wal be received by them at Par: the quotations of bul- lion are akered no under.-

SYCEE BILVER, 22 per Cont Premium. GOLD, 21 80 per Taël of 100 Touch.

It may be reasonably expected that the question of the MEXICAN DOLLAR at Par ? now disposed of

D. W. MACKENZIE.

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Secretary

(From the Canton Commercial List, Juny. 25.)

CANTON,

OPIUM MARKET.

Cloning Rates-5 r. 25th Jany.

Patse

#3611

Benares

072)

Malwa

6407

Turke

210

ESTIMATED STOCK OF OPIUM

at (umringmoon-21st January, 1854.

DATZ.

Juny. |14|| 1238 609 ฟ�? Import ninos

36 no

15

3614

-3764

1359 609 Deliveries 391 305

6444

35 2641)

69

Jany. 21 96% 204 5764

10 775

25 18864

??The apparent advance or recession in price of Tena must of comem be considered relatively with theft quality. The marks oigally from lowest to highest prices, as in Sonchongs, in which there has been an increase la the cheaper and a decrease in the pries of the dearer kinds.

about 10 r.M., and reported at the Polios office, The Junk proved to be the They chong-hang belonging to Slam, whither she was bound froin Canton, with a general cargo and somo 90,000 in specio, the whole of which went down with the Junk. There were 68 people in the versel when the pirates boarded a vet fire with stink pots, w?ma the 80 having sunk whital the others were being picked up but how many were lost ononot be stated, as a Portuguese Larchs and a Chins boat that were near also aided in saving some of them from drowning.

The Police authorities, as is their wont, promptly informed Admiral Pellow's Begre lary of what had occurred, who took the usual course of reporting the sums to his superior in due time; by whom, in conjunction with Vico-Admiral Bonham, the matter is presumed to be still under cousideration, and, in course, no doubt, a scheme, will be deviasıl for check- ing the many slotilar atrocities we are conti noslly hearing of, worthy of the high, reputation of the several worthies alluded to,

supplement we give further detaile of the Frenchmm's trip to Nanking, and a long articlo from the pen of the Editor of the North Chins Herald on the course pursued by our loes! Contemporaries in their treatment of the Chi west Revolution subject; the article being, only in different words, a mere scho of what wo have over and over again written of the same impartial jourodiete. We desire to correct the Herald but in one line. Their (the Afail and Nagister's) local influence "he says"in of far less Importanos." This should have been "Their local influence ie so owall, that," a-ke Toote

its of no consequenos whatever."

THE FRIEND OF CHINA AND HONGKONG GAZETTE.

bow, and, to his borror and alarm, there was | " Emperor of Chins and his people in the the land. He immediately sunk out Port-" struggle now going on!"-should not, wo Port! The Captain rualed to the whool and think, be definitivoly answered in tan negative sided in porting the helm himself; the ship for the mere reason that it is part of a proper soon cleared the land, but only to be brought up creed of European Governments to allow each by a rock, of the existence of which navigators uation to fight for liberty in its own way. were previously but little aware.

On a formar necasion, toueling the lows of the Larriston, we gave our Contemporary a??few lines in cantation of Burna; we will now conclude with a line from Bhakspero,-

li you will mesanco you, brider's length agala, tarry

Low, Act 31. 16.4.

KŮ) M

(Communicated

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There is no parallel ouse by which this ques- tion may be anawared. At no time la the annals of Chelitendom do we read of a people rising, an it were from the sleep of the grave, and eny- lug, with a voice in which there is no wavor, we will not be ridden down by our present rulers Because they are alien to our blood-bo eause they are alien to our religion-our reli- | gion, the worship of the one true God-for it in circumstance not lightly to be dwelt oo, that the new Chioses dynasty, in their religious doctrines, claim only the exercise of rites they allego to have been practiand by their fore,

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A deputation headed by and entirely com prised of the Editor of the China Mail, waited on the Hon'ble Colonel Marshall on heard the | Ganges, in which Brosmer H, E. took his pas- sage home. The deputation highly compliment od H. E. on the sucess of his career in Coins, To superficial observare this asesetion may and on his endeavour to check the grasping pro- appear ridiculous. But we are not of those pensities of his countrymen. H. B. replied who think that the Chinese are incapable of that when he went in to befriend a man he reflecting deeply and sincerely in mattare of guessed he wont the entire animal 1-ho had | spirituality. There is not, we believe, a nation gone in to help Rainqus, and he made his own under the heavens, with whom reverence lo countrymen stump up their duties until they

God is so anich dirolt on as by the inhabitanta had not go a darned doller left. He pledged of Chinh amand this in to be seen in alíaner evory his word shat he did not leave Bhanghee until spot to which we happen to inflow them; who. he was perfectly satisfied that not an American ther in their public places of resort-their dormi- house had one silver dollar left." The deputatories-their work shops -their kitchene-" ?un- tion then handed H. E. a parool, which we sup "der every rock and every groen treo "-alika posed was present, but, upon a glance at the displayed in the dwalling of the courtesan and addres, it turned out to be a pacquet of Nowe the artisan-there, in some conspicuous place papere for Mress Bhuttleworth, London, 100 is seen, emblazoned in fomninous characters, the late for the Post Of?ca, which H. & con- name for what they conceive to be the essen. descendingly took charge for. The deputation then withdrew.

(From the Overland Friend of China Jun 27.)

OHINA.

SENERAL BUENART.

A Chinese Junk arrived in Hongkong on Wed nesday inat, only three weeks on her passage from the Gulf of Pechelt. and reports that when she left Tien-talen that plans was ac. tually in powersion of the rebel Army, and that Pehing was clovely invested.

Poking Gazettes have been ghyvived in the 14th ultime, but thele geétanda arar doubtful Truth--the extermination of reboli si Bhang.

lee (a groes Inlpehood) being among other items therein reported,

Shaughne has now been four monila and up wards in possessión of the rebels. But reports are current of interual disentune, and it is not Improbable that before long the Imperialists will succeed in causing the place to be evacun, ted. As the party in pression see l? no way -gends in their professiopa of adherence to th�?Nanking Dynasty, mach ironics Mave bat Wiile case for veganos to foreigners, and abot, in much to

Malling

We publish a letter regarding the * lubberly " Labriston.caso, as the Editor of the China Mail styles it in his Overland edition. We here beard it doubted whether Captain Potter ever wrute such a letter as thot on which the Editor rolsen fur bio justification in further stirring up la matter of wisch-be hur good reason to be so well ashamed. But whether the Nab Editor of the Man did, or whether he did not receive nach a letter, (certainly never meant for pub- beation) the Mail is allogeiber wrong- wuld have the public to be so ton-in trylag Ito throw odium on the Master and Officers of The Larristen, for their pit in the unfortun

Recule. la no way could a communion de examina Captain Putter in England have aid?d The Editor of the Mail in his dosence of the action brought against him for libel; nod to car nly oureaves that such examination would have been useless, we have only to remember what was the essence of the plaintiff's cast.. He was the Officer of the watch when the Larriston strack, and was accused in the Mail of having kept a bad look out, whereby the sound cident occurred. Now, that on the contrary #ával Autoestion take hala nolino al it, there

From other

**nac of the elelerets far a re- getation, and that if the spirit to write ses into blame

The profesional rebele of the Toong koon district have been obliged to mocumb to the arme of the Capton Imperialista. The Kwang chow-foo has returned to Canton, still lear. ing, however, large bedies of troope in the

arbad districts.

of tent occurrence i bas, as our wend Hongkong and Canton piracy is

ie do see in referring to the subject in a more

The United States Squadron-the three Leviathan Steamers, with two Stors ships in tow,-leh Hongkong on the 14th instant a few bours after the arrival of the overland mail bound to Lon-cloo and Japan. They onrry with the many hearty good wishes for their success 1-bet the mucosas antioipated is soins- what doubtful.

In lind, he was keeping a good look out, could hary

bean proved on the trial. Owing to the as-k pitkänlað minner. roneous course steared, through the variation of the compare (no fault of his) lie was draining hie eyer in the way he was told, bot in an opposite direction to the point where the land lay. The action was lostituted by the Booond date solely to clear his character. Well, what had Capt. Potter's tealimony to do with it? By own snimion he was below sleep when the vessel struck.-How than could he toll what kint of a look out there was 1-what good could have cavalled froin any commission to examine him-unless the Afail thought he was disposed to perjura himmlit

In calling the wrack "lubberly" the Mail only shows how great a lubber he is himself. By lobber wo do ne confine ourselves to Tus ser's sense of the word va "a sturdy, denna i an idlo, fat, bulky lost; a booby" we mean " lubbaj" in the maritime sense-"one who knows nothing about a ship." The loss of the Larriston occurred in this wise. On leaving Shanghon she was fouled by an American skip, and carried away her misen maat ; from this mast lod forward a chain stay, and even children who play at magnetism on terra firmá know that if a chalu in suspended over a mag.

Exchange on London and India, both is Can- ton and Khanghae, has slightly declined. At Canton 6 months' billa on London range from

Bl. to 8% 7d. On fudia, in Canton, por 5. 18, to da, 24-At Shanghae they are from

$100. Ra 96810 260-in Shanghae per $100 Rs. 300.

Freights from Bhangbae to London from £7 to 9 per ton-frois Canton to London Gon £5 to 25,104

Milwa Optum, in Canton $497)-in, Shung - hac #880. Paina Opium in Canton #961)-- in Bleunghee $325,

Buch in a briol alixtract of the principal items. of political and inerèantile intelligence by dja Present opportunity, for the aid of ibne who desire to make use of the Electric telegraph.

Let us now proceed to a consideration of our position, for the perusal of those who take an interest in the moral and political regeneration of the great Empire on whose barders we are dwelling. From the long continued marina of troubles in the Celestial Empire an comptial good has already no crued many of those who were used to think of the Chinese nation as a body of obstinate foole for whom there did not exist

net it causes to it polut saat west of true north so it may happen to be situated. This chain being accidentally so removed, the magnetic-either presently or prospectively--the small needle, by which she was steered, took an oasterly aberration, and, whilst Captain Baylis thought he was making a course which would take him woll fear of Turnabout, he was actually running for the passage be- tween that faland and the main. The Se. cood Mats, stationed forward, being told to keep a good book out on the sterboard bow-??did so. Dy chance he looked over the other

det hope al elevation from the slough of supers- tition, and degradation in which we have seen then allowing many of us are now wit nong with pleasure the glorious fact that China in hot altogether insenslule to the prompt. ings of that spirit of progress which, over all the rout of the world, in the great churaclaratio of the age in which we live i-and, circumstanced as we are, the question which has hitherto been held in abeyance-" la it the duty of western nations to interfere between the

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til Essence the spirit of the Almighty Gon, as though balering, and rightly too, that where ver we are and whatever we do, his all-soving eye beholds us and that where his name is in voked there may we safely follow, trusting all cooldeadly that no danger can ensus,

We repeat, that there le ua precedent for our guidance in determining the question

it..the duty of western nations to inter- fere bewon the Tartar Emperor (the up

bolder of Buddhism and idolatry) and the Chi-

nose people-the professore of a creed of ai milar tenour with our own)

We have been led into be consideration of this question by the news which has

reacbed us by the fast mail fimm the north. As before mentinued, and further referred to in extract from our last regular imun, we now find that liare every prospect of Shanghan soon falling again sato the bands of the Tartar Government Now, according to the report of the French Steamer Cassini from Chin keang Ino to Nanking, and thence upwards to the Yellow river, the forces of That plug wang baye mipromo convint *mot an aperialist "wonnel was coved" witht on the coast, outside the mouth ?of the -Tang 100 kiang Boots of fran- bootare "holidḥa Turlar Government in com lantpiadas Gelin si yatan qus and

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The Pork is intended for the use of the eslab. fish-nent at New You time, and it is difficult fue

`me to say how many will partake of it.

The jar of Oil and the Hen nte imported as mos lere only, from which to lay in a so- silerable stock is anticipation of even more stringent ordere with regard to the supply of the necessaries of life to British buljaste being issued through you, by H. E. the Taufae, possibly to the saint of pros hibiting their Importation in tolo. When par abased, the Oil to intended for the illumination of 16 lampe (Including 3 out of denre), and the Fowle are in acecompany the Rior in the shape of carry.

Your notification I obsetre applies to Rice only, but I have thought it well to mention the ether ar ticles as I bear that Pals have already bear stap- pad, and in expectation of a notion on that subject.

Permit me to add that I shall be importing me Eggs shortly, whm I skali agala bave the bonor of adfrosting you, that the Coulins in my Evisblush- ment are slarving, and that-I am, Bis.

VERY HUNGRY.

Dr the outgoing teamer Dr. McAndrew leaves the Colony, to take charge, in Madras, of hi uffien of Deputy Inspector General of Hou pital in Judia. We hear that in Garrison Or- der the Honourable the Major General Com manding, has dwelt somewhat extensively, and very justly, on the great ervices rendered by Dr. MacAndrew during his three years stay bore. This is as it shoulit be; and it gives us much pleasure to and this reterno physician's mrvices appreciated in a way which cannot fail to prove to him a sarce of much satisfaction.

in medical charge of the invalide of his corps another deserving Medical Officer also leaves the garrison, where he has been stationed near- ly as long as Dr. MacAndrew. We allade to Dr Crok of the Caylon Rifle, who, to our knowledge, has had more to do with the sick of all the corps here than any other Medical Of Boer during the period mentioned. la the first summer of bis arrival, oupocially, whon-owing to the death or absence on sick louve of his

brathor blediensospital charge of the Beis Regimeos, Artillery, and Rifles, nourly all si the more time, dovolved on Dr. Crolt,~who is therefore peculiarly identified with that mark ed improvement to the health of the troops which took place so soon after the arrival of General Jervois with full autherity to see that

what the medical officers recobeanded spoald be instantly attended to; and to Which. Thder Divine Providence, next to the Physician's skili, success has mainly to be attributed

Whilst speaking of the garrison (greatly and improperly reduced to a small body of fighting men) we have to notice two improprieties con nected with the service-un in sending inva lide to England in a ship much too small for the number pac?ed (a:darks) on board-and mext, the despatch of a'hudy of roomtilts for the 50 Regiment, expected to arrivo ja -that pices of all other meathe for entering vir a adenour of acclimatizing-tha maery manh ?�?

May..

We would why they nên lượn the question pro apily poosidir?k:4 the Tenutas Way 're covers le plating at Swanghee, we are justified in paying t�?báng "?ht: lariga atroan of Karles he expect to Leodiva, whereby we place in his bands effective weapon to protract the strag gini-marwang uHẾT AND HAREKRAF

In our Osirisad Bommary for the 27th of Deeper, we are expression to some opt., blondes the grace Mr Cound Alobek was per

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We district, mais bei ENTO" to "^ Findingrimsinking, bes tween the pubadanlage," We deprecated. now to Botion a similar price of indiscretion in bis acquesaing in Samque's intention of doing neither more nor less than commit a breach of the Treaty.

Shanghai, Sth January, 1854. NOTIFICATION. Various complete having Kaen made of the stoppage of sepplies of Rice by the Imperial Bert, HM.% Caneul has been in correspondence on the subject with the Tanoue Woo. In conformity with the consent of that officer, British Realdenu are hereby informed that if potion be given through this office of the amount of flies about to be im ported by any member of the Community, the bumber of persons for whose tee the tin is foun ded the nine of the party shipping; god of the places at which it is so be purchased and to which it in to be carried, a Carúilleas will be lamed by the Troutae, under which the rion will pass unmo Teated.

By order,

T. WADE, Fica Coment. To the British Community, Shangkas

Upon this some Shanghau wag has pertinent. ly suggested the following.

Bugged Form of Application under the ne Rice regulation.

Bir beg to inform you that it is my intention to import from a bags of stion two side of Park, a jar of ?li and ana Hon. These articles will be shipped by sundry shop kerpart whose me 1 shall endonvaue to obtain and for- ward to you The Rice will be landed at the Too- kee Jetty and lo intended for the consumption of- -persopa, via. - but I cannot of ecurso guariðum that it shall be airictly confined to then, -se in the event of a stranger dropping in, fi will be imeumbent opon me to offer him some with curry. The servant will also se you are aware nometnes surrepitioaily cearumeiblak it well to draw your attention to these fasts an I dira to act to the best of my shillity la 'mries accordance with the

ema of your rou?estion.

* is the firm prest of this article we said these charac. ser sigalled the mat of the Abolghty. This is hardly so. We, the game of jehovah in Chiasse to be fe or Sum of the holy spirti Amuw (the charaRIES to which we all the n of Jesu, teraby-the son of God. On this subject of a name there has been mach discussion.

1 the Elkar of the Patton'ap China.

Hongkong, Jawry, 1906, Dear San-You" will of "fourne have summ that extract from a letter to the Bab Editor of the China Mail!, which the Edbhor anga he has best favoured with, and hopes the rider win jodge and the Judge will read " Now to aid the render to judge) beg to hand you a true extract fron a tartar the fudge has already tong. Armed with this latter the Counsel for the pitc bed, I think, good conson for roaming the

· Maita' applicacios for a communion to ansmis Capi Palier in England; and pha li sa you, un?h 4 to your coulere gandeally, wintând un comporio of the two letters, the testimony of aweka depostor could be deems! important. En order to a proper nodermanding of the matter, it would be as well perhaps, if you onal spare room, to print the letter (or rather port of one) the Mail's Devil has beca favoured with, fruta bie honourable friend Ospa

Potter.

'I am Dear Sir, Your's VERY MUCH DISGUSTED- Extract referred to (as copied from docu- ments to have boer, read in Conrt in the czas of Lawson v. Shurtrede; being part of a let. ler written by Captain Potter to his inand Captain Roundy.

Thank God I had nothing to do with the no vigation of the vessel. I am fully confident that there was a local variation of at least half a point is her binnacle compass, which, in my opinou was the cause of our geriting near the land,

"Arous not on "deek at the time I cannot now that there was n't a good lock out, nor would Inour that there tos.

"I do not consider Baylis at all to blame, and on the contrary he is a very attentive and cure- ful man in conducting his skip, and it only in my opinion the victim of misfortune." CAPT, POTTEN TO HIS FRIEND OF THE "M

**I write by this mail to inform you, but I re- ocived a letter from Baylis the other day, asking my opinion of lume!!, officers, &?., and sí Ĩ recollected ur ever dimngrusing in the course to be stored. I write in reply that I was not awar that he ever asked my opinion at the time, and that did diengree with him, bat did not exprem my oplava to that effect. I klas wrote him that i dd not besitate to express my opinion that the Juse of the barristen was immediately owing in a lack of vigilance *** and that i dombled the pro priety of keeping inshore so olors with a fair wind and current. I le rather cool in him this trying to elicit a latter from me which would enddla me with a port of the blame. I think had I had the gommand of the vessel, she would have reached Hongkong ftly and dua simo z und 1 think he in tanking nu am of kimmelf in trying to quit hin. self and the Sed mouse, when li la parfectly avideat that there is a screw tone somewhere It might bare beca ibe act of God, but I am inclined to think that it was lubbutly."-China Mail. Dec. 19.

HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.

A MOST ASTONISHING CURR OF PROFULOUS

ULCERS-A CASE CERTIFIED BY THE

MAYOR OF BOSTON,

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THE FRIEND OF CHINA AND HONGKONG GAZETTE

FAMANOLES

Por Mr. Cadia, The Marquis de Norelickie Gor-

or General of Manila, asıl hi m?o, 90. M. Lasy, M. Comen, M. Sulie P. de Mar, J. Harquero, 5. Lacy, M. Quitorres, P Cares, P. Barch, A.

Copy of a Letter from J. Nable. Esq. Mayor of Boston, Extrar, Dons M. D. Halastique, J. D de Quadre,

Loire

To Padremon Hexaowat.

Dear Sir,--Mrs Sarah Dizon of Liquorpand Street Boston, has this day deposed before me that for a cool- sulerable period she was severely allies with Bar falous Borm and Ulors le her arme, free, legs, and other parts of her body i ned although the Arst of me. dical advice was obtained, at the cost of a large rum of money, she obtained no abatement el sufbring bat gradually grow worde

Being recommended by a friend to try your Dint ment, the procured a small pat, sed a box of the Pille, and before that was all umpi, evanpoons of amendment opposed. By persevering with the ovedicines for a short time lenger, according to the directions, and strictly adhering to your roles on to diet, de, she was perfectly cured, and now enjoys the best of health,

I remain, Der Fir, years truly, (poed) J. NOBLE

Dated Aug 19th, 1952

AN EXTRAORDINARY AND RAPID CURE OF ERYSIPELAS IN the leg, After MEDICAL AID HAD FAILED

of a hope hem Mer Kundell Troms, of the Four Open, denn Rae Bar Baker, Son,

Jan. 194 1649,

To Paoremo Hollomat,

A Hernandes, A. G. Patil, snd Stm P_Na. querra, V. Sotes. J. Ramon, and Lapes-From Bumday, Mr B Nowerwanjur.--From Galla, Mr Dotter and Me Guerin.-From Singapore, Memo Menke, La Cairo, and & Chinnen.

Per Minas, Bishop Sheldon.

Jan. |

DEPARTURES.

PEDE MONGKONG,

24, Lorent (Ham), Saabeg? 840 Francisco. 96, Dannebrog (Den), Bimesen, Shanghas. 25, Frederick VII(ĺko), Love, Shangbae.

Benjamin (Fr), Houry, Whampo

35, Brenda (Am), Stone, Shanghai.

25, Jela (Dui), Geinsa, San Francisco.

2, HQMB Jrge'Juan, Capt. Quesada, Manila

11, Bu. Ganges, Baker, Bombay. Jan.

PROM MACAU,

#DIPPING IN CHINA.

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20, Tamerlans, Ouldwell, Liverpool.

20, Nueve Hilbaino (Spon), Vasques, Manila. 24, Arrow, Dundo, Calcutta. Dec.

PROM AMOT,

Hir-1 ford for a considerable period from a severe attack of Erysipelas, which at ingch settled in my leg, and resisted ill medical treatment". My sof ferings were very great, and I quite despaired of any | permsort amendment, when I was advised to kere se. 28, Menzing, Wilson, Haruna. coure to your Ointment and Pills. I did so without| 29, Siam (Siamese), King, Siam. delay, and a happy to say the result was eminently 11, Adelide, Manor, Singapore. ceful, for they affected a radical cure of my leg | Jan 12, Erik, Elvis, Singapore and restored to the enjoyment of health. Tibull ever spook with the utmost confidence of your medi tinm, and have recommended them to others in this neighbourhood similarly afficted, who derived equal benedt-1 am, Bir, your obliged and faithful Farrant,

(Signed) BLIZABETH YEATES,

A DREADFOILY DIaKASED ANCLE CUARO AFTER BING OIVEN OP BY THE PACUL TY. AT MALTA AND PORTSMOUTH, HOSPITALS,

The following important cook unfeation has been for warded to Profesor Holloway for publication, by 21 B. Dizon, Chemina King-street, Norwich. Copy of Latter from Capta a fuckk, of Great For

mouth delad January 1816, 1845.

To Mr DEA.

Dear Bird you the particulars of a curu ef- fected by Profior Holloway's invaluable medicines Mr Jewar Waupun, lain in Her Majesty's Servios. In the British Flat at Malta, bad a very bad aloud anada, and mile having been in the Malta Hospital for ziz kerakk, was sont in England as an invalid to Ports mouth Hospital, where be remained an inte four months, there, as at Malta, refusing to have the Memb amputated, he was turned out incurable. He then

ane to Yarmouth and was under a medicul gol Lesboot three months, but his socle became so much were that all hope was fast. At this period. by my advice, he tried kolloway's Ointment and Pike, which by unremitted application, bowled all the nlerro, and restored bikes to påftet bealth and strength,

Train, Dear Sir, yuard very unly. __(Signed) JOHN SMITI.

Albert Hotel Great Yarmouth.

GUS PRIMING CURE OF A

A BAD BREAST, NER- VOUS DEBILITY, AND OKKERAL ILE REALTI

Copy of a Letter 'one Mr. 2. F. Hor, Chermist H.. Lawn Mowiam, Manalyster, dated Fab, baik 1853 To Povo Hosp war,

Dear dir, bave great places in forwarding to you the parilenlass of a very extraordfoscy ears of bad brassi, eflected solely by the use of year celebrated Ointment and Pilla. Men. Mawena Basis of Plat- street, in this Town, had been for a cunalderable time Jabearing oder nervous debility, lam of appetite, and general II) health, socamoned by olorated woonde in

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Auxvalo mi Esstand rnos China.

Nov. 22, Emer, Thompsor, from Whampon,

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26, Challenger, Killick, from Whaimpos.

96, 8. AM, Willie, fròm Whump

18, Nightmgale, Mather, from Bhanghua.

20, Hannibal, Walker, from Whamyon. 30, Calentia!, Rymur, from Whampoa DEPARTURES FOR Cama.

Nov. 24, Johann, Bik, for Hongkong-

B0, Corustus Weroid, Edward, for 'kang 30, Yuck Club, Lindere, for Hougton

Des 1, Cornelion Smit, Rubnak, for Hongkong

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the breast he had had mueb cxperience in the ader all the known comedies for the care of micers, but with- ant any baneelal result, in fact she had early loss alt faith and hope of a case being elveted. In the dia trossing and painful condition of body and mind, aba w paraded en have neverve to your invaluable Ointment and Pille, which she immediately did, and le the course of a very short time the effect prednced was aver toolking; bar appetita was speedily improvel the sores and ulcers in the breast gradually healed, and

the pervem citament of her system was wholly re- moved,

I remain, Dear Bit, youre fuichfully.

(Signed) T. PORSTEN KE?,

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meget af the following came

Bad Lag

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By Mc. JM Da HILVA, and by HINNAM, at their Hasan,

also by WONG ACHEW-Hongdong,

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PROK 13ALAND.

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Taal

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and Motors ACOW & Co.Contra

Damirles

Emily

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There is a considerable saving by taking the large sizes.

NB-Dératis for the guidance of patients in every disorder are lized to each POL

Jan.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

ARRIVALS.

AT RONGKONG.

25, Bur. Cadiz, Roberta, from Bombay, 2nd Jany.

Galle 7th do., Penang 13th do, and Singa pore 16th do

tb, Evangeline, Humor, from Lombock, 20th Dec.

26, Paljinder (Am), Cremy, from San Francisco,

9th Decembar,

25, Jahn Wood, Croker, from Whampa.

26, Minna(Am), l'ul-ipber, from San Francisco,

18th Decrater.

27, Christian(Ham) Binder, from Away, 25th Jan,

21, Daniel Ross (am), Ketals, from Whampoa.

97, Victoria, from Callao.

27, Reobuck, from Baltimore.

Oud Nederland

Peal Jobana

Heepen

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Peliana

Rose Ellie

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Beodland

Tinto Topaz

Devie Hones

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William Pelle

Wyastay

Bell Langley

Liv. June H.

Sield Oct 29 H.

Liv. Oct 16 H.

Order in which the above Vanclosest England. Lukata, Pelican, Mary Heligandu Kata Tumkin. Ond Makeland,

Food Jobson, Mary, Shepherd, Dan Kila, Topra, London'Invoki

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Dec 14 Jardes, M. and co

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VESSELS UNDER DESPATCH

For Part Phillip. Mathilde, H. Waker Morrico, H, Kohinoor, W.

For West Indies.

Emigrant, M.

A200, 8.

C. Compagnie, Sw.

Moasice, Sw.

For Panamo.

Ben Witch, Sw.

2 Authend tow IT.LY

Iloughene

For Bria August, W. Bintang Anamo, W. Clio, W.

Protean, W.

For Siam. Neplace, W.

Ocean Quo, H.

For Shanges.

For New York. Flying Dutchman, W. Oced, 8.

For San Francisco. Cornwall, H. Lai, H

John N Gomler, H. Lord Warriston, II. Orlenon, H.

Potomac, H.

Veronien, H.

Str. L.M.Wood (2 lat lost) Wilhelmsburg, H.

John Wood, H.

For Bombay. Shelomith, W.

For Peru

Arletiden, W.

| Tombol Quiman, C.

Early Bird, W.

Dewichland, WV.

For Jana.

Daniel Rosa, W.

Emas, Pautes and Poggined, by the Paopateron, Wilman TanANT, Queen's Road West, Victaris, 1834.

THE FRIEND

VOL. XIII. No D.

OF CHINA

AND HONGKONG GAZETTE, PUBLISHED WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS AT NOON.

VICTORIA WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY Jer, 1854.

PRICE $10 per annum.

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION to the FIEND OF CHINA AND HONGKONG GAZETTE, per Annum, 18 8panish Delaro, payable in advance, quarterly or otherwise, at option. Bingle Number TERMS OF ADVERTISING.-Ten lines and under, 1 Nps Dolls; additional, 10 cents line. Repetitleba one-third of the Rest regular insertion ships. - Parst insertion, typ: Dollreprobsegaunt insertione 48 cenie Advertisements to have written, on the face of them, the number of times they are required to appear, otherwise they will be published until countermandel. A reduction of twenty are per cast on usual charge made when quarterly accounts are rendered for advestlamenta ordered to land undisturbed for a parled of hired months. Notices of Beina a Estates will be inserted in both Orencine and Hani weeney editions unimo ordered to the contrary.

Full charge made for repetition of any Advertisement in the Orastane jesus

TRIESTE ROUTE.

THE AUSTRIAN GLOYO'S STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S STEAMERS,

ply regularly between Alexan

dria and Fricate entrepanding with the monthly

and hymenthly Indian Steamers,

The farea have heen reduced and the following rates have been fixed, vis

WANTED TO CHARTER

Ship of from Fant to Bin Handred Tona, to carry Chinese Pamengers and Cargo to California. Apply to

WN. TARHANT.

Hongkong, 10th January, 1854.

lal Cha £16, 241 Chứs £11, 3rd Clas £7,3A. including Tuble money and fees.

Arrangements have been entered into between

WANTED TO CHARTER

Ship of from Six Hundred

NOTICE

PE Copartnership hitherto existing between the undersigned, under the Firm of A.. FRYER & Co., is this day disolved by mutual consent,

A. II. FRYER.

H. T. DE SILVER.

Hongkong, lat Janusty, 1854.

WITH reference to the above Notice, Ma (d. T. DR SILVER is authorized to artile all Ao-

Coats A Thus, & cour, Chinese i'mengers couate for the late Firm of 2. 11. F'uras de Co.

the Directors of the Puntosular and Oriental B. N. | ??** Company and the Director of the Austrian Lloyd's 5. N. Company, that,

14, Panorme intending to proceed from China in Triests, as receive tickets from the Peninsular and Orientul Company's Ageois für

Alexandria.

2nd, PAMENOURS Bogaer can be shipped, from Alexandria by the Peninsular and (kiontal Company's Steamers for Southampton the Freight bring Ten Shillings Sterling per Cai,

Brd, Receipts for Canoo and Srecae intended for Bhipment to Trieste, will be granted by the Peninsular and Oriental Company's Agonie to Alaxandria, Inelcad of to Suen as formerly, but each Package is to be provided with a white label, on which is distinctly marked in print,

"In Transit for the Austrian LLOYD STEAMER."

For funbar particulars apply to

WM. PUSTAU & Co. Agents at Hongkong and (amton,

Hongkong, In July, 1888,

NOTICE.

THE NETURELANdo India Staan BOAT COMPANth Braankr "JAYA," having been engaged by the Jave Government for the service of the bi-mowbly Mail between Batavia and Singapore, onder contract for 12 mowthe, will ply regularly during that period between Batavia and Singapore leaving the former port about the 10th or 11th of every month, and Slegapore within 24 bours after the arrival there of the tail which leave Southampton on the 4th of the preceding month,

The rates of Prange moway are as follows-

CHIEF CABIN. From Singapore to Abio

10 Mioso do. to Batavi Retura Tickets from Singapore to Batavia and cer $130

Da Do.

8 88

75

BECOND CABIN, From Smgapore to Minto- Do. do. to Batavie

DECK PASSENGERS. From Bingapore to Rhio

#26 .. 40

Do. Do.

da

10 Minto . To do. to Batavia- 20 Children under 10 years of age hall price

3

of

Do.

Free. For further information apply to Mesars MACLAIKE WATSON & Co. Director, Batavia,-or to Memza MALAINE FRADux & Co. Singapore,

Batavia, 26th April, 1853,

NOTICE.

N and after Monday the 22nd

the Hoxoxone and Canton BTEAM COMPANt's Steamori will ply regularly between BlONOKONG, CANTON and Maoa, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday (uolase previous antics of deviation be given) as follows:--

The Boat leaving Honoraso on Monday and CANTON on Friday, will call at MADAD, starting at

|

Apply to

and Corge to Australia

W. TAURANT.

Hongkong. 10th January, 1854.

THE New British Lorcha VICTORIA," will trade regularly between Hongkong and Canton. Cargo taken a moderate rates.

THOMAS ROBERTS, West Point, Hongkong, 13 December, 1953.

FOR BALE. TWO HOUBE8 on the South side of

Gough Street, each having Garden Subles, Cosch-Ilouses, &c. Ground-rent modarets,

J. F. EDGER. Hongkong, 2nd January, 1854.

TU LET.

PAD TO COMMODIO HOUSES on the South Bide of Gough Street, and another on the North Side of the me Street, anch with Sub- Ie, Uut-hensen, Garden, &c. Apply to,

J. F. EDGER. Victoria, 3rd March, 1863.

TO LET. THE HOUSE in Stanley Street adjoin- ing the one new occupied by Mr Co. MELATE. For particulare apply 10

N. DUUS & Co.

Hongkong, 21st October, 1853.

TO LET.

ing 2 Bling Rooma and 2 Hed Room, with onthouses attached, and large accommodation for servants on the ground floor. Apply 10,

TURNER & Co. Hongkong, 12th July, 1883-

TO LET. THE well known Mission Premises (for Alision purpoara only) of Røv. 1. J. ?OPRATO in Canto. The place in hoaltby, comfortablo, well known by the Natives as a preaching place, and desirable as a Mission stallon. Lot any wishing Mower R & Co. for the berma. to rem call and examine the place, and apply to

Canton, let January, 1854.

TO BE BOLD OR LET. THE HOUSE on Hollywood Road lately occupied by Captain Howoarny Caylen Rifles-and the flouse No. 7 in Gough Street at present in the occupation of Dr. CROFT.

For particulars, apply to

MR. BURGOYNE. Wellington Stree

Victoria, 19th January, 1854

CIRCULAR.

14. M. The hours of departure at other times will We have the honor to inform you that we will

be 8 a. . and the boats will proceed direct betwe HONGKONG and Canton. When inducement offer the Boats will call at Cummin?moon but previous notice of auch deviation will be given when prac??

Licable.

The fares will be as hereinfort

In Class Papenorge between (longkong, &

Canion and Macue & Caulon $9. Between Hongkong and M?c?0 - 05. Jek Passengers, European

P

-

Momys, da. - 01.50. Chinese, - 01. Persengers desirous of proceeding to Macno for a short period may obtain return Tickole, arailable for the first or secopil Beamer after their arrival, the reduced rates of between Hongkong nail Macao, and B12 batwern Canton and Macao.

Every first claw Passenger will be allowed one servant free of charge.

The venals will convoy Freight on the terms of their published scale; on whiab, however, some

election will be made for large quxatilles, by

special_sgreament.

All Payments whether for Freight or Passage to be made in Spanish Dollars.

LYALL, STILL & Ca Agenta H & C. S. P. Q. Hongkong, 18th Aŭguas, 1863.

WANTED TO CHARTER CHIPS of from 600 Tons and upwards for convoyance of Chinese Emigranu Lo Havana. "Apply to

LYALL, STILL & Co. flongkong, 1415 November, 1863.

continue Business in Akyaó, under the style and firm of LANGLOI8, MŰKELLAR & Co.

Our old experience in the Rica Trade in the guarantee for the good execution of all orders treemiued to us.

J. P. LANGLOIS.

DUNCAN MCKELLAR. Akyal, 11th October, 1653. NOTICE is hereby given, that the Copartnership

beretofore sulwisting between YORIOK JONK Morrow and Janus Stephanion, under the Stylo or Firm of MURROW, STEPHENSON & ?A, has been this day dieanived. The undersigned, assuming the responsibilities at our in future conduct the business on his owa nocGUD and in his own name.

Y. J. MURROW.

Hongkong, 2nd January, 1854.

NOTICE,

WWE have this day established at Canton, under

the same style, a Branch of our business as lerobama and General Agente.

Mr. Edmund Alexandun 89111, is authorized to sign our 6rm by procumtion, and will represent??un of CANTON.

LYALL, STILL & Co.

Hongkong, Jai Jun, 1863.

NOTICE.

A. II. FRYER. H. T. Du BILVER, Hongkong, 1st January, 1854.

NOTICE

THE undersigned begs to intimate, that the businere Merefore carried on by the Firm of A. II. Faree & Co., will haveafutward be con- ducted by him under the style of De BILVER & Co., which Mr Gno. l. De Nilvan is suchorizod to sign.

H. T. De StLVER Hongkong, in January, 1854

NOTICE.

hereby given that the Copartnership heretofore existing between the undergard, carrying on bainesa al Victoria, in the Colony of Elongkong. 1 MERCHANTO and Commiuion Aquuta, is this day dissolved by mutual consent,

8. D. RAWLE 8. DRINKER.

W

llongkong, 16th August, 1863.

to

reference to the above advertisement in le notified that the said concern will be wound. dp by lk 8 DRINKER, who le suthorized adjust all accounts, and to whom all correspondence will be addteed.

2. B. RAWLE. 8. DAINKER

Hongkong, 18th Augual, 1963.

NOTICE.

THE undersigned brge to give notice that he will carry on General Conalostor nad AGENCY Boaan, under the style and firm of of the late firm of Rawin, DuikKER & Ca

3. DRINKER. Hongkong, 15th August, 1683.

NOTICE. THE interest and responsibility of ME OLIVER

EVERETT ROBERTS is our Firm at Can to and Shanghas ceased on the 30th June las.

WETMORE & Co. Canton, 31 December, 1855.

NOTICE.

THE interest and responsibility of Mr A. L Avanzo, Ju. in our Firm caused from this date, and our Business will be conducted under the Style of G LAGANEO & Co, which Mr MALONUS Adanca in suthorized to sign.

A. & G. LAGABEG. Canton, January, 1864.

NOTICE

MR JOIN BUTT is authorized to sige our

firm by procuration.

HOLLIDAY WISE & Co. Canton, 25th January, 1854.

NOTICE.

MR SHAPOORJEE BYRAMIEE has ceased to sign our firm by procuration and Ale COWANE Ormussen in authorized to sign the same by procuration from this date,

RUSTOMJEE BYRAMJEE & Co, Capton, 26th January, 1984.

NOTICE.

E interest and responsibility of Mr JanSTIRE Even in our firm at Caulua, erased on the 31st December 1863,

NESHERWANJEK ARDABEER BUANJAH & Co.

Canton, 4th January, 1968.

IT reference to the above notificati

bez

1 to intimate that, from this day, I bive ess

NOTICE.

TIE interest and responsibility of the late Mr

WILLIAN DRNet Wardley in our brus terminated on the 29th of September Inst,

Chalon, 12th November, 1863.

W¿TIJ referance to the above advertisement tha butizens of the House will be conducted as before by MD. JOHNSON ander the sam name which Me F. B. JOLINSON, is authorized to sigo.

MK JAMES BOWMAN will sign for us Shanghac by procuration.

W. II. WARDLEY & Co. Canton, 126 November, 1853.

NOTICE

LL Persons having claims ag.inst the Easto A of the Inte WILLIAM HENRY WARD LEY are desired to sent them in forthwith to Most James Bowman & Co. Shangkar, and thone un W. II. WARDLEY & Co. Casion, or in Marta debted to the mold Excale are requested to maku immediate payment to the said parties.

D. JOHNSON P. B. JOIINKON. Canion, Dib November, 1953.

Administra

R. GEORGE URISWOLD GRAY is no.

NOTICE. thorized to sign our name by procuration. RUSSELL & Co.

Canton, Il January, 1884

NOTICE.

LIMJEEBNOY

DIIUNJEEBIJOY MOUNNET is authorized to sign our Firm

by procuration, from this date

p. pro. HEERJEEBHOY ARDASEER & Co.

CUMSTICK Honojau,

Canton 16th January, 1881.

MR

NOTICE.

JAMES P. COOK is admitted a Partner Business will be continued under the Name

THOMAB HUNT. JAMES P. COOK. Whempos, tot January, 1864,

NOTICE MR ROGERT POWELL SAUL 'as this day

bien admitted a partner in the Firas of BYME & Co. -

Singapore, Masile,

Btyle of THUS, HUNT & Co.

KER & Co. -

PITCAIRN, SYMB & Co, Belaria, Batavia, Ist January, 1254.

NOTICE THE undersigned have been appointed Agents at Hongkong for the subscribers to LLOYDS. to them intelligence of losses, accidents, the apes

Master of Vessola ate requested to communicato ing of Vessels, and any general information they comvider of importance or interest ta tha a?bscribeza.

LYALL, STILL & Co. Hongkong, 3rd September, 1852,

NOTICE

SUN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK.

Casit Capital, $1,000,000. 'THE undersigned have been appointed AORT

in Chip for the above CoMFANT, and are prepared to cover Risks, on first class vessels, to the extent of $100,000. Policies payable in Canton, Bombay, Calcutta, London and New York.

RUSSELL & Co. Canton, 1114 January, 1864

NOTICE. LONDON ASSURANCE CORPORATION, Established by Charter 1720. Dust & Co., Agents in Hongkong.

THE undersigned are duly authorized by the OR DAMAGE BY FIRE, at donghong, on sbare Corporation to INSURE FROM LOSS

Buildings, Gooda, Merchan line, and Venecia in Part. Jst Cir, on Havase in prirate occupation only, with external Walls of Stone or Urick, and covered with Bale, Tile, Metal, Cement, and other Incum-

bostible Alaterial, detached, or adjoining one.

2d Class, on Hores of Buildings orce ed and

blished myself as a Common Acunt and Mun- | covered sa abore, partly or entisely used as Go

ortant in this place.

NESSER WANJEB ARDABEKR BIJANJAN. Canloo, 4th January, 1956.

NOTICE.

THE Business heretofore conducted in my name will in future be carried on under the style of

P. & J. BYRAMJEE COLAH wherein my Brother Mr. Jamaijer Beranjen Colam is n�?milled Partner.

PESTONJEE BYRAMJEE COLAH. Conton, 31st December, 1853.

NOTICE.

THE interest and responsibility of Me JOUNER CHARLES BRODERSEN in admitted n PATON WATSON in our Firm, used on Partner in our Firm both at Canton and the 21st December, lam.

WATSON & Co.

Shanghas, 2nd January, 1854.

Hongkong.

WM. PUSTAQ & Co. Chion, fut July, 1858.

duwna, and dolechod; and on GD and Max CHARDIN, no hazardowe, in auch Bucklings,

34 Class, on Houses or BUILDINGS as above, adjoining ocker Buildings, and on Goose and Aler- CRANDIZE, ont hazardous, therein.

and covered as above, in which hazardous Guobs 4th Ciais, on Hopasa or Beils etcted are dep-sited, but no kazudous trade carried on.

5th Cla, on Bars.

AuSURANCE may be effected for the period of

| 19, 6, or 3 Months.

No INIURANCE ie in furce until the Premium thereon is paid.

For further particulars, reference in requested to

DENT & Co.

be made to the undersigued.

Ilongkong, 6th October, 1953,

Agents.

D

31

KASTERN MARINI INSURANCK COMPANK

KROSTLAR in London in 1858,

How to Boonens de Lo..... hardcLaren Kubistar a la

News Foss Seert A Ca.......

M. Mida Fasses & t-

Agrate in Lavanguard

Agrinetta and Hangmata Aquets in Monphar),

Again Nebras

AgrotingNGOTT.

UE undersigned have been appointed Agenta in Canton for the above Company, and are pre pated in take. Nesus payable without abatement af i This place in three months, oud in Lanwix or Later: Fool, in one month, after proper proof of loss is given.

TURNER & Co.

Canton, 18ch Ismusry, 1954

NOTICE.

ALL Persons having claims agvinn the Fetite A of JOHN SMITH, decensal, Inte of the Barges Red Rever, are requested to make them known to the un-lers.. neil, and thuso indehted to the al Este ate requested su make immedintu payment to Mr Jous Gimon, of the Steamer Hongkong, or to

ADAM SCOTT.

Administrator.

Canton, 25th January, 1854.

TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. THE Dircelone of the Avetriax GLOTHE STRAN NAVIGATION Company in Tricate, have mo Arrangements for TELEGRAPHING MES. BAGE8 to London, or to any Port of the Continent, sent to them from China,

The Mersagen skoukd he øent under cover, super- ersibed "Telegraphie Hespatch," to the Alegendria Ageni, ne trakamission through the Commandling Officer of the Steamet, and to be delivered imunedi afely on arrival of the Versel at Tricase,

The Charge for Telegraphing 20 Words from

Tricale per Submarino to Eneidon, is about 16 Flo-

rine, or 12 Shillinga Sterling ; and £l Steching for win Moses

The writing must be in legible words

For further particolare, apply

WM. PUSTAU & Co. Agents of Hongkong and Canion. Hongkong, 27th October, 1853.

NOTICE

EORGE LOGAN Hair cutter und Perfume

beg to infurin the Ladies and Geusleimen of Hongkong, and Captains visiting the Colony, that bo now carrier on the above bulness on the pre-

mies of Mr. F. Dupdell, Qudva's Road, oppo. eito the Oriental Bank

N. B. Ladies and Gentlemen attended at their own residences if required.

Hongkong, 24th January, 1854.

FOR SALE.

HAMPAGNE in Pints and Quarte, Pour WISE, PALK SHERRY, CLARET sod ?RANDY, all of Grat quality.

ALSO,

Nates of sizes in Caske of 2 cwl. Apply in Hongkong or Canton

LYALL, STILL & Co. Hongkong, Ist January, 1884.

FOR SALE THE cargo of Red and White LISBON WINE ex Ompum, just arrived at Maceo. Apply to,

RUSSELL & Co.

Canton, Thib Januvry, 1854.

THOS. HUNT & Co.

WILL continue to harp. Large and Extensive Assortment of SHIP CHANDLERY, " ibe very Lowest Prices

Whampoa, let January, 1884. FOR BALE.

THE undersigned Intely revival per Clipper

"Sen Wück"-

An ineaire of Corneline Patent Solar Steal and 16anging Lamps of 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, and 8 Burners, with extra Globes, Chimneye, and Wicke, and with or without Lauren. Also, Band Lampe of ratione

50 Barrels Prima Blass Beef,

50

H

100

Gallego Floor,

Purk

100 Boxes Winchester Salt-water Song,

50 Parrel Prima Cidre Vineger,

60 Boxes Sickeľa Wine Butera,

50 Kege Dried Applee,

25 Boxes H. Lump Tubnoco,

100 Tina Benda Boda and Water Biscuits,

200 Gallons Spirits of Turpentine,

2:00

w

Boiled Linseed oil,

100 Kegs New York Bauer,

100 Tin Powderod and Lamp Bugar,

100 Barrel Pilot Bond.

Tides of Higgong, Pump, and Bellows Leather,

Also, costly on hami,

THR FRIEND OF CHINA AND HONGKONG GAZETIK.

THE FONEREAL CYPRESS.

(Cupressus Funebris,)

FEW Packets of A the Serd of this

beautiful plant have been chained from the Green Ten country, and are for Sale.

"Where precised

a specimen of it, schich

cobles us to cry i maat be a plant of the Grrated beanly,"

*Agricultural Gunette-

Frode Lindis

Apply to

MAC EWEN & Co. Hongkong, 27th January, 1854.

FOR SALE NOFFEE in Baga of 5 (be. 15 M. ench,

MAC EWEN & C

Hongkong, January, 1954.

ENGLISH DATS.

FOR SALE the STORES of the undersigned, A few bushela of Eoglub Oats, weighing 43 . per borbal.

IL. MARSI).

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Europe and Manila Rigging of all sizes, Canvas, Ter, hints of all Colours, and a complete Assort ment of Articles necessary for Ships" tar.

Martell's Pale and Brown Brandy in Woud and Boule; Sherry in Wood and Boule; Gold and ('ale,

D. SILVER & Co. Hongkong, 1st January, 1854

FOR SALE.

JUST RECEIVED a few Kege of Prime Humpa

and Briskets-and some superior Butter. Hard Wax, prepared expressly for Bottling purpose and Sealing Trenure Boxes.

Landing.

Soup and Bouilli la 6 th, Tino, Preserved Meata in 4th. Tona, Cleat Bottled Ale (Basu's )

A180,

Sliced Mangos and Cashmere Chunies, Mul- ligatonny Carry Past and Powert.

Victoria, 10th January, 1854.

LIST OF GOODS

FOR SALE at Mai MARSII'S Millinery Roans, Queen's Raud, Hongkong.

CHOICE Sekction of BoxNews of the LateNi

fashions, compisting of Velvet, Satin Gle

Silk, Plain and Fancy Straws of very description.

Black and Colored Silk Mantles. Black and White Lace Do,

Ladles and Gentlmen's White Kid Glovos of sorted sizes: Ladica Stockings; Gentlemen's Bleached and Unbleached Soek; Danskim and Buckskin riding and driving Ellowa; Neck tien ; Buperfine Black & Hue Broth, &c., &c, &e

An assortment of Superior l'enknives.

MAC EWEN & Co. Hongkong, 24th January, 1:51.

French Batege and Cashmere Shawls

French Olsen & Taffeta Silks in every color. Black & Colored Bilk Velveta.

Du. Stibbons in all Wiche, Sash Ribbons,

Bonnet do,, Narrow ratir, Lao & Satsnet de. French Braced Bilk Dresses.

Olaca Silk da., White & Colored Tulle do. Lace do., Basege de Soia da.

Striped Poplin and Norwich Lustre de

French Merino and Piia Muslin de Laino.

Do, ia White, Pink, Sky, Slate drab de Nap blue. French printed Cambric and Marlin do.

Hoyle's Print do, Black & Colored Burage do. White & Colored Tarlatanes in all colors, Swine and India Book Muslios

Jaccones Plain nod spotted Mulla Black Brasselle Net, W bise do. Talle illusion Blada Edgings, feul und Emitation Lace. Len Palli, Do. Nerther, Sleeves, Callam Chemiscurs &o, &c. &c

Plain and embroidered Cambric Handkerchiefs kufana Rubes and embroidered Frocke.

Caps, and a variety of under clothing.

White and Colored Kid Gloves, Bill do.

Bracelets and Neck tins.

Pearl Jet and Chenille Hand drone

Wrentha and Bouquets, and a choice selection of Feathers & Flowers from Madame Ferriate's Paris.

An sportment of Larli. ??& Childrens Boots and Shoes from Visit Exte Rue de la Pais& Jody a Paris, comprising White & Colored Bath Shoe, Kij and Morocco do., Stuff and Coutil de, &c. &c

Linen and Cotion Dispers, Irish Linen, Brown Holland,-Colored do.

Horrocks' Long-Cloth, French Long Cloth, very fue and light. Table Clotha very large sizes. Table Covers, Toilet Covers, Quika, Anti-MacasoaTO, Lace Curtains, Mosquito Net, Ralled, Jaccones Linings, Union and 'I'will do., Victoria and Vene- tia Bkieting, White and Colored Crinalios, Cri woline Petticoats and improvers, Cordal Ditto. Fine Flannels, Nursing Stays, French Wave do Contil do, Children's Bands, White and Colorad Silk Horo, Thread do., Merimo do, Coton do.. Coulon Bock, Wool Polkas, Wool Cape & Sleeves Quikers, Gookins, Cloves Comforters, de, &c.

Woollen Hoods. Braided Batin and Merino da. White and Colored Satin and Merino Hawa, Braided Cloaka and Pelisses, Frocks, and a great variety of Children's Clothing of all kinds.

Haberdashery, Parasola, Elastic Pagen Charters, Sandalweb white de colored, Wide Elastic Worm- ed and Leather Belts, Linen Tapra, Shirt Bowtoos, Dress and Trimning Buttons in great variety, Bilk and Wool Braids. Conson doc, Washing da, Muh cin Net, Ibbbon Plaju, Bugle.Trimmings, Sewing, Koitting and Mending Cotton, Pins, Neale, Hooks & Eyes, Whalebone, Covered Choo, Wad- dings, Cotton Cards, Ruches, Ribbon Wire, Silk Piping, Straw Trimtninge.

1230.

-From Price & Gommal!--

A small assortment of PERFUMERT.

Mrs. Manan begs to add that she will continue

to receive the Latest Fashsone from Landon and Parú Munthly.

Payment to be made in Mexican Dollars, Hongkong, 30th December, 1852.

DESSIAN STATE LOAN.

TRANSLATION OF THE OHRMAN OFFICIAL LIST.

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TN accordance with the Prospratus, has taken place this day, before a natury, witnesses, sad the public, the 17th. Drawing the Hemian State Lottur Loan of the year 1845, and the following 20 Borim numbers have been drawn :-

29 1530 2951 3526 5767 693 2180 3163 2306

5850 1072

2940 3961

1941 3509 B028 6407

1091

2170 2774

together, 20 Series of 25 Bonds each, or 300 Banda. "We hereby puldiak the same for the informa- tion of the public.

Direction of the Irazian Trosury Office,

SCHOTTEN,

VI. STEPUAN

Camel, 1st December, 1863

NOTICE

Seaman's Hospital

THŪSTKES.

Ilonourable David Jarding, E., C. D. Wa Lame, Esq. Hon W. T. Munca, Esq., H. 8. Wacken, Esq. Superintendent of the 1. & 0. Sham Navigation Company, (ar oficio)

Prmurerer,-J. C. Downtro Erg Resident Surgeon,-Peran Yooka. Esp Consulting Surgeon,--W, A. Haki and, Esq.

M.D. Acting Colonial Surgeon

"

Terms of Admission, Public Wardı. -- 76 ornis per day. Intermediate Wards, 1

Der Private Room-

2 Patients are also admined on deposits, si the fol- lowing rates, Janewablo ono day presious to the amount deposited having bcan expended.

Pablie Wards, - - - - Intermediate,

Private Rooms,

$15,

$20, BBU,

The Captains of Cursignsss of Vesels must be responsible for the rapmisen of Pasionis sent by them to the Hospital,

N. B.-All Hospital Bills to be recsipted by the Treasurer only

PUBLIC AUCTION,

THE undersigned has received instrartions to

call by PIC AUCTION, On the Premie

ON FRIDAY.

the 10th day of February next. At Noon prectly, Unless previously disposed of by privalo sale, the following Propony, In one Lol. That building in the Queen's Ioad known na the-

HONGKONG OLUB HOUSE,

And the wat buildings attached, with the land upon which the whole is built-Registered in tho Land Office u Inland Lot No. 18, meneur ing 14,100 square feet.-Annual Ground Rest $128.8.

Also in one La

All the Splendid Furniture, Billiard Tables, Ploto, Crockicy, Glass Ware &c, &c. belonging to the above establishment.

Conditions of Sale, Catlogues of the Furniture Sza. will law distributed sunin da?ı prior to the Auction.

GEORGE DUDDELL

Auctioneer.

Hongkong, Dib November, 1658.

NOTICE THE Sale of the "Homokong Cruz Claven and FORNITORE." is post poned until Friday the 10th February 1854.

Hongboog, 25th January, 1954.

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.

FOR BAN FRANCISCO,

THE LORD WARRISTON Capt. T Cuairt, will probed on the

For Famiant of BILK ano OPIUM only Apply to

Y. J. MURROW. Hongkong, 3016 January, 1861

NOTICE.

MR HENRY DAVIS is amborized to sign our

MOUL & Co.

Canton, Ist February, 1984.

MARRIAGE-At Viewela, Honghong, on the Cơth Ian, Mr William Bazan, Commissariat Storekeeper, to Jané, relies of Sargeant McGowan,

DEATH-AC 14 Moray Place. Kdlaburgh, on the 7 December 1853, Gronau Mences Bag of Gorthy, Deputy Lienunant of the Conaty of Parth, in the 82nd Year of his

DES.

DEATH-?I Cheltenham, on the 8th December 1863, LANCELOT Dany, Faq.

NOTICE.

Nam Advertisements should be sent an early as poerikin on the days prevince to publication; "but generally, advertisements will appear in the farth. coming issue if received at the ofion as fola an Eleven a.. Wodneslave and Saturdays; specially excepting the days on which the Mails are despatched ip Europe.

England

LATEST DATES.

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THE FRIEND OF CHINA AND HONGKONG GAZETTE

VITTONIA WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1964.

DIARY. MENGANDA UNTIL NEET PUNGICATION

FEBRUART.

NICK WATER

Hisen Bots

"I'(Wednesday, -

0.40 6.46

6.40

6,40

8 Thursday, -- 3 Friday---

0 45

0,26 B 40

1,06 6.48 1,25 1.42

Moon---Firm quarter on the 5th, at 6, 13 a, m

Tnu Clipper Schooner Time, Captain Chape. reporta H. M. 8. 8. Rattler, and a Nor'west gale, as off the le sans on the 254 ultimo,

Tax Straits Times of the 17th ult, conta a report of the km of the British Ship Birman, coal laden, on the Royalist rock, somewhero between Labuan and Singapore. Crew saved.

We have lost our Racing correspondent thes year, and regret our inability to furnish "any

more report of tho Itacar going on than that the first day's sport is said to have gone off very well, and without any accident worth *peaking of.

We are glad to learn that one of the two beata which attacked the Junk bound to Niam off Livin last week, has boon identified in Cumring-moon but the pratical crew have escaped. According to the testimony of the villagers, this boat was lying in Cumeing moon several days, and, late one night, a crow for ber cuina ovor leum Kee-ow, and they proceeded to sea, where they were joined by the second craft Thore have been several attempts 19 plunder the villages on Koo-ow Island lately; and, apparently believing the crews of these piratical vessels to have been the parties who made the attempts, the identified piratical bont was promptly set fire to ;-though,an we said bc- fore, the miscreaza principals are still at largo. The Island of Kee-ow has long been under the ban of the provincial Magistracy, and there can be no doubt but that there are people comfortably residing there in constant coin. munication with others in Canton, by whom th departure of the Tay chong-hing was specility notified. a putting our report of the attack on the Junk in different words, the Register has made a mistake. The value in specie on board (independent of the Cargo) was $9,000 and upwards

"WHERE TOERN'S SHORE THERR MOST BE FINE." wa maying supposed to bs an old us the hills. A great deal of smoko was seen issuing from and of the new Cual Godowns at West Point early this morning, and, at first, we thought thero was going to be a modern instance of the Truth of the okl saw. But, thanks to the officiant firo Brigade arrangements of Mr Stowart, the Coal Superintendent of the P. & O. 8. N Co., and a good supply of water, for which there was no occasion to go very far, the matter, we wore going to say coded,bur, to speak properly-is

ww enling" in smoke."

It appears that the coals "under consump tion*are Labun anthracite; and were placed in their present situation, the extreme end of the godowa, before the building was roofed in, and wore thus subjected not only to the gentle dews of heaven (which never improve carbonaceous minerals) but

to our Midsummer showers

nino

from kall

to a dozen inches a day som: tines) and therefore, conscquent on these peculiar cir cumstances, the Labuan Coals (we think there must be some patent fuel amongst then from the effluvia) gavo o promise of pre- maturely changing into ashes without tho aid of a Broker. Buch, however, was th energy and good will of the men employed, the Crows principally of the Company's Coal Lighters anchored every night off the wharves, that had flames actually appeared there is no doubt but they could casily have been selvlued. As usual, up to breakfast time, not a Polico man was to be wen ; not eran ano of Ulasa black, decrepit, no-english speaking Mungnes, who form the bulk of our efficient constabulary,

Tum P. & O. 8. N. Co.'s Agents in Chine could extend their advertising patronage, and at the same time randor an essential service is the public, by antifying the approximate period for the despatch from Singapore of the vessal intonded to carry the Australiar. Mails. From an advertisement in the Straits Times of the 17th ult, signed by our old Hongkong Su- perintendent, Mr Marshail, wo learn that tha Charan will leave for Sydney, Molluc and other places, via Batavia, about 26 hours alter the arrival at Singapore of the | English Mail of the 8th of January ; and, sa may be inferred from a notice in shu x muse par por of the Cadiz's performaticca--(the Code: having carried the Mail in on the 30th day of me despatch from England-never before at 1

the year having been brought waiter 41) the said English Alail may reasonably be lucked for in Singapore simultaneously with the Cadiz's return, viz-ike 17th-18th instant.

As a general rule for availing in Chiox "f | the Two monthly Steamer from Singapore for Australia, we imagine that letters will be in tut if posted during the current year as follows ?��? First, The Mail of the 17th inat, Alterwards,

season

by the last mail in March-first in April-but in May-the first June-last in July, Augus, and September-last in October, first in Nor. ember and last in December.

In 1855 we hope to see the maili leaving a little oftener than once in two months, and wa are glad to learn that the respective Chamberi

Commerce of Canton and Nagapore are in respondeora together, with a view to mo

alizing Her Majesty's Government on the

ecl

copy from the North-China Herald of the ult. repor by the Committed of the nghae Library 1-not that it can havo any in. at for our readers generally-but aan special ter for the Committee mul Members of the ctoria Library and Reading Room-the cretary and Treasurer particularly, who will pleased to notice that the Tresmer at anghau not only shows the balance of funds Agent's hon da, but also tells us what are the ntities of the institution ; mud, appended to us stract of receipts and expenditure, actually Hobate the London Agent's Account current - owing a balance-fortunate members of Shanghae Library)-not of £57,,10.10 a inst the Society, but £19,19,3 in ita favour, les £200 romitted for books not received, The Nhanghe Committee congratulate the embers on buring reduced the Subscription, d conferred the benefits of the Library on a uch larger portion of the Community.-The ctoria Library Cummittee can boast of con- nuing a ridiculously high subscription-of hav. g-even wine they were largely delwed to beir London Agent-bought old books, for a l price, of nu very general interest, and of decrease the ving sanctioned mean to umber of the members, unwarrantable un er any aspect, und an absolutely unprinci od as would be the action of company of Jack legs, whose nefarious practices were bekl by the press to public reprobati. Elappy terbers of the Shanghee Library Committeo, lan can conscientiously ask for the general pport of the community, -comeci ?us of having aused all their co-members to act honourably hroughout their year's tenure of office.

SHANGHAE LIBRARY.

The General Annual Meeting was held in the Reading Room on the 7th ingkat, when the fol- lowing report was laid before the Members:-

The Commiues in resigning their trust beg in ay before the Members of the Library report for the 6th year of the Institution.

The principal feature to notice in the transae. one of the past your is the diminution of the sube- crpina from $25 to $15 per undum, and they have congratulate the members on the complete success of the experiment, for whilst the beablits of the Li broty and Reading Stoom hava bem conferred won much larger ponion of the community, the fundal the disposal of your Committen have been eressed; and they confidently look for a consider able augmentation in the mumber af members for 1854,

Masara Smith Elder & Co's secount current to the 30th June, 1853, has been received and shows balance in their hands of £15 19. Bd, tinides Akis £200 has been romiued to England for the purchase of Books, do to 80kb June, 1894. The outstanding account moliced in the fast annual re- port have all been discharged. Tho Treasurer's account shows a belenda in his favor of 865:32, io addition to which the reat of the premises for 1853 has to be paid. The accounts have booo sudited and found correct by Mr B. Dallas.

In the early part of the year arrangements were attempted to be made to incorporate the Library with a larger lastitution, but owing to the difficulty of procuring a suitable site the achume is will in abejane, but additional accommodation having be come des rable, la consequence of the increase in the number of subscribers, your Committee would secommend their successors to give this subject their erliest and beat attention; and in retiring from allico they ask for the general support of the com munity to enable it to be completed in an efficient WADGOT,*

THE FRIEND OF CHINA AND HONGKONG GAZETTE.

(TM the C "een of Geral Britain, my pewcabul Ally, I beg Ve Ambassador to express my grav- ful acknowledgement.

Loughfares an opened in many parts; the streets | courts, and alleys, are regularly clean; pavo iments are almost everywhere laid down; the ginoke Buisance is in rapid course of abatement; public drains and sewers are constructed; the cesspooleing that remain well, I lepo, ba speedily tecnored; and and no abundant supply of good and of water is so admirably distributed, that in a short time the smallest temoment with unjoy an unlimited quantity, at an almost nominal price, The benefits to the | mass of the people are quite incalculable."

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*** England, under various cireumiernens hav giving strong proofs of her well wisher cowards my Exupite, I doubt not but who will, by every mean, repel the unjust pertonsions of Rutsin, which atok my independence and my sovereign | rights. The whole world will cow what immense advan?�ages may result from a strong power and a benevolent one, as is England, and the sympathies of a people just, enlightened, and generous, os in the English nation.

A to prace, my Goesinman: deuter it au much as any other, but only as long as it hour. abla and compatible with my suroroga nigble.

***A to what regards the anseliomion and the prospetity of my subjects, Your Excallundy, better than any ous eler, knows my feelings in this

la lecture on Chlon, which he delivered at Bolton the other day, Dr Bowring said it had been enlculated that if all the bricko, elones, and mason. ry of Great Britals, were gathered together, they would not be able tù farnish materish enough for the wall of C?ing; and that all the buildings in London put together would ant make the towere and turrois wuch adora is." - Home News, DecoCE?"

INTELLIGENCE FROM THE SEAT OF WAR. (From the Impartial de Smyrne, 27th Nov.)

We have received this morning by the Aus- trian Lloyds' Heamet L'Imperatore, and the Tan crede, of the Messgerus Nationaler, intelligence from Constantinople, dated the day before your day, the 25th instubl.

(Prom the Daily News, Nov. 2) In announcing yesterday the melancholy death of the Quem of Pourage...aku royal lady in whose behall some four-and-twenty penco ogo the admiration of Lehdon was an enthumsaucally us cital, when, ne chill, sho was the guest of Goa IV.wo comented ourselves wuh geving sa sutine of the principal events of her somewhat Two other engagementu baro taken place on

But now that the the Akke skle, and the Russians, as on the firel chequered and rune enreer. oceries, bars been totally defeated. The fortuan aurprise of the fatal ccurrice is weer, wo mus Today consider its probable political eder. Be Itoll of Akiska has fallca Into the lisade of the Turke. A avmber of volunteers from all parla fore doing so, we inay, however, mention that the later accouchements of the deceased (2uman had have fucked to the standard of Ahdi Pacha; and

given apetisans and crested apprehensions - the Htoman army, profitting by this adraulage,

monget her family, her relauvre, and her house- have snurred Giorgie, and advanced towards Tilla.

"On the 17th lot, the Rusine made another bold, and that on the occasion of one of her Ma

JRITY's more recent enak " ments-that pre ding attack on the Port of Chokweill; but met with no hetter auccess than in their previous attempts. she present, we believo-hir own life was only Nor, before "The Ottoman troops have also taken posace-saved by the acrifice of the intent

entering on the mire publi: consequences of her sion of the Fort of Bala near that of Chek well.

* In consequence of the severity of the season, demise, must we omik paying a tribute of respect to the personal merita of the incensed lady ; for, like there le, it were, a suspenmon of hostilitics on

our on a happier Nov??reign, Donn Marta shio sot bor the Danube Omer Pacha has retired with his forere to the right side of the river, and has taken subjects an excellent eraimple of purity "f con?�lue', up his winter quarters, sfter having completely of domestic happise, and of deration to her fami ly duties. Auscled to her buab ind and her children, destroyed the furnfications of Olteniga,

to them at lasa, her loss with be a source of viuceso and deep regret.

He has left on the Island of Tortokai swo battalion of sculer crops together with a battery. "Omer Pacha krepa Kakfat on the left side of the river. Ile bus inercased the garritun as well On as the fortifications of this offensive position. this side there is an army of 40,000 man, of all arme, under the command of Lemail Pecha, of Cicena."

The English stonım frigate Terrible, bearing the flag of Rear Admiral Bir Edmund Lycos, er- rived at Constantinople on Thursday [21]. After the til salutea, ebn antored the Bosphorus, and anchored amongst the other vaseule of the British squadron "

We have received confirmation of the low of the Russian can frigate with 1,500 trope on bourd"

In her public capacity it was a misfortune, which the late Queen of Portugal unvor overcame, that the was only sovereign of can, and perhaps, su- ?�merically spooking, the ameliest, of in parties. Though the lawful monarch, her slevation to ket throne cont Portugal a civil war in this struggla she was successful principally by means of foreign assistance, minary and diplomatic; and of all Eu 'opese nations the Portugino most resent the in- terferegen of alber Bisles in their domestico milaira, With her, too, came Constitutional Governmens; God, though properly enough it absted the immense power of the Church and the Prathwad, loss of power, influence, and obava either of welth, og gravated the hostility of the Clorgy the new order of things, and they have kept alive even to this day the predilections of the great mass of the ignoral peneiry of Portugal for D ALIJUAL This gave the Court the excuse for koʻping up large and expensive army. The coil wat had, however, completely diorgossed the finances of Pontegal and vulrod the Government in debt, which it had the meanness and folly so deal with "Oo 'I'uesday last (22nd Oct.), Lord Stratford dishonestly; igparantly sorgetting that with Sinis de R-dcliffe, the English Ambasador, having been specially is honesty the best policy. To as facts, adu.itied to the knour of an imperial audience to coinbinal with a co uerkublo absence of all really pre-ent to 11. L. M. the Sukan Vier Admiral Dan-able entesmen at a paried when Porto quicul day and the Commanding Officers of the British Aer and Gener Pombal to resuscitalo 14, oun squadron, is Excellency addresci ? M. as stituted difficulties which Dona Maria tinel to en

counter, though she was set ko,aulí responsible follows:-

A merchant stentner tho Módari. Zīdjarel, bo- lenging te compouy, and commanded by an Aus trien Captain, Choreani Millorich, has been oap- ured by Hubsian cruizer in the Black Sen. This vessel had only merchandise and pengarn on hened, and was too email to serve war-emer. This is no bra than an act of piracy on the past of, |the Russian"

Batimen so generour, and so arongly tend ing to rivet the friendship of the two Stato, ne- quite greater motives for their growth in the just and clear-sighted banerolauce, that has been dis played in the administrative poliny of your limpe til Majesty.

I presenting to Your Imperial Majesty the for them.

The QoEEN, however, increased these difficul Admiral and Captains of the foot, which my ?gen. cious Sovereign, has, on the demand of Your Maties by her own conduct. Like bar father, Dom jerly, and in concert with the Emperor of the Peono in Brazil, she never heartily accepted in Freach, powerful Ally of her Bitannic Majesty, Portugal the constitutional system on which her sant to protect the rights and independence of this authority was band. Like him, she was insincera, friendly empire, fulfil a duty as honorable, as it is vacilling, and faithless like him, she trusted to everything but the onefidence and regard of her factory to them and to myself.

Their presses here, under such extraordinary subjects, and to every one but honest nad truthful circumstances, shows how far Your Majesty and advisors-und if her people were, as can hardly Your Government bave wisely appreciated she be denied, in ante polat of view as yet unsuited to friendship, and reckoned on the sympathics of the Parliamentary Government, she teased, and tor

monted, and perplexed them by substituting the British natino.

over shifting and ranous hadow for the more per manual and for fer reality The outerquence was, that, whilst a powerful Miguell'e feeling had always to be guarded against, the party which had given Dona Maria the crown was unnaturally and violently divided. I ablest anil most loyal leaders were tested with ingratitude and neglect; the Court asumed the place the Legislature ought to base occupied; where wisdom and conciliation were wanted, intrigue and corruption prevailed: and the role of the Queen was associated with a selfish and a reactionary pohay. Hence violence was necessary to effort useful changve, and at last powerful subject (Barsbal BALDANKA) without any great abilition or noble viewe, way, by his pe. pularity with the memy, able to coerce the Crowd. and to govern arbiteneily in its name, though par. sunally disliked by the Manatch and her u Lervention, the resus of Portuguesa discord might Nor is it at all improbable that, but for Iritiah in have been even more unpleasant to the Queen and her family that they were.

It is not alone in the successful maintenance of a great European principle, that the British Government will sock for recompense for the sacrifices it may be compelloil to make, in contri. buting to the protection of Turkey againn so un- provoked aggression. It watches with equal firma. urts over the prosperity and the strength that Your Majesty cannot fail to acquire over all your Mowicine in pulling into exe^ution a system of complete thought gradual progress between all cl, and in the lot test of your subjects.

NAVAL APPOENtarts and MOVEMENTS.-In Comarquence of the death of Sir Everned one of II. M. H. Callipe, now on the Sydney station, tue following changes and promotions have boon wenda. Captain Fuz:rold of them Winchester takes the Ciminaud of the Calliops, and proceeds to join by the Mail stenner. Comm-nder I'ainwright Ivia brew paled to the "inchester, Fling Lavut. Tong btcom uppoutal Commusiqiler, and Liest, Marten, ely acting Conimonides of the Siye, ruperacdo by Commander Il ?o-ycombe from England. has ben appointed Flag Lirum. the Gresiam, brig, mild from Singapore on the 1st irtant for this place, and the acraw stromar Enculer, Capia 'Cal, Jugla, on the 12ık, and are lonked tor daily. The Barracuda, left Bingapore on the 18th. The Sperian was to leave Shanghae un the 22nd re- lived by the Rattler. The Hermen will loay- far England, a few days after the arrival of the counter, taking bume 25 man of the Arúllery, also some of the officere and crew of the Hercul's no in harbour as an Hospital ship. The Come was impected on the 24th, by Sir Fleetwood Pellew, who expresand himsell highly pleased at the arder It is reported that the and efficiency of the skip. Winchester and the f omus will pruce-l on Crus The firm week of meat month-longkong Register, Jany. $1.

Lord Shaftesbury has recently been visiting Manchester. On his return to London at wrok, be forwarded a kiter to the Timer, holding up the public-spirited Corporation of Manchester as an ex simple to corporals authorities: -" I am just rolura. ed from a short visit to their town, where I hoard and saw the many improvements that have been inshed by that public-spirited body. Vast tho

*'l'he constant hope which do 1.o abendua well as the imme-listo abject of its effective upsistance, in porce. Noi assuredly na illusory of procarious peace-but pesen, blint by the simpleat moene, shall anteblish on basm, soled, honorable, and without injustice to any other Power, the so- vereign rights of Your Majesty, and the indepen Jonco of Your Empire.

"To obtain such peace as early possibla, is I have a right to suppose, the livety desite of Your Mejraty, we it is the point mom ardently desired by your allies: and I shall be happy to hora that thễn object is duly approcimed and warmly encouraged by Your Majoy's Minister, in a spirit of oun tinued moderation."

H. 61. the Sultan replied la the following terms to Lord Radcliffe-

"I commence by thanking the Ambesonder for baving procured me the pleasure of seeing the Admiral, and the Officers of kin Beat.

**Under present oireumalateen, tho presenon of the English Best here, in command of an Admiral so distingulubed, being a proof of the friendship of

??We hope to see the wall of Chios some day when Chloe is opped-and text the goodness of this extraor diary - lae foci, which we doubt,-Es, F. OF C

And now that death her prematurely removed

Dona Maria,mbing certain or dependable remains bekled her unlaws indeed (as was the case with hey frother ander not dløsimilar circumstances in mail) the youth and freedom from all ill as cia tions of her son and nocmor may ntouve the ro gard and sympathy of the people. Don Pedra V. is understood to be a fine sclive, spirited, and intel ligent young man, whose natural abiluce are con adorable, and whose education tse been of a much higher and better character than that of l'ortuguese Primers heretofore The experiment they not in deed be without game dangers; but in Portugal, that situated, there is at best only a choice of dan ger; and between & R-gency and a promature majority, there ought to be no difficulty in profer

A King-Contort, be he who be ring the latte. may, on sever be popular in Portugal; and whee we recollect that, scarcely three short years ago, the husband of the late Queen, who is now itegent, was, on s orisical emergency, depected by the army of which he was legally the chief, in to impossiblo

to licite wup eral satisfaction to the natinu from ko n fomnitration for the next two youn, Such a Regency woull, in fart, only be a configura tion of the Last Rrigo; and excellent l'ourarts to reigning Monarche na the Cobourg family wisko, Europa in nevertheless jealous of theo. The beat hopes of Paetugul and the best wishes of Europo wilt, therefore, concur in desiring an mellor ma joing for Dom Pelio V. ihan the law atliven; vnd the best contribution the King Ilogont qua probe- bly sunk to his son's happines, and to the waltura of his adopted country, is the reriguation of bis vicarious nuthority in Tivour of the young King himself.

For what Portugal wants, and what Portugal mud bare, is the commencement of a really con. stitutional system ¡~of a system under which Par- Immentary Government shall be carried out all ile conserpiences; of a system of kanaal conciliation and of temperate and just freedom; in which there shall be no aourt reserves, no palaco intrigos, nu secret combinatione, ma personal proscriptions ok- seling, embersving, and at fast defeating pa- poler Iberty. The Brazilians are only American. Portuguese, and there, at Rio de Janeiro, auch a system is in successful operation. And whence ile rocce Supply because shore it has fair play. Ji nenda no more (but it can be alified wall mo Ira-) at Lisbon. No doubt there corruption, there lacan, there is intrigue, there is evan dialuyaly, to be encount red in Portugal. So there also was in Hazel. But Parliamentary Government je proving luo much and leo powerful for such avil influences. And what ibe Pringuess have na- complished in South America they will achieve in Ewropa under parity of circumstances. Com- phie succos will, of course, require tine ; but what is now wanted is a beginning. To secure the, it is necessary to dispense with a Regency. And if precelenta for its dispensation are wanted, they are to be found in our own time. The mineri ty of Dona Maris borself was prematurely le?mi- Datod; solo was that of her brother, the E-a peror of Brazil; and in the older case with the bappiest consequences

To be two years with Portugal in ita present deplamble site in to waste half a century, and as- an inte the reign of the young King with the mis. fortunes and the failure of his predecesent; 18,40 all probability, to give an evil tone and current to his whole life. Uodora Regency, Miguelism will again raise its head, faction be exveperated and more einlittered, the youth of the reing goveration will be inoculated with all the passions and the vices of their fathers, and a great and noble opportunity of reconciliation will be evaded and avoided. With the Treasury rolvent, without credit or respect abroad, with an army fuur of live months in arrest of it pay, with other state functionaries wanting twelve inonths' salaries, with a ministry in power by violence and force, with a populace discemented, what can??Regency hope to effect or accomplisti

We take the follow my from the Bindian----- Among those who came up by the last Steamer from Baby was M. Gustave 19. Schmidt, Consul General de Danemare pour le royaume de Saxe, on bis way to the charming vale v Kabener, M. Hohmidt is on a tour of Elindoosthan and has comDO But with ancredual letters from the Presscal of the Board of Control and to Comet of Director Lo their Governors in baila, to aid M. Schmidt jo hin object of seeing the country. Ile arrived at Bom- bay early in October, and bas since visited the caves of Kaneres lecito, of Karlas, and Ellura.

Fun Celcom he wit sail to the Eastern Ar chipelago, and from thure mike-way Chios. Hi tour will occupy some eighton or twdary months; he will bara nong một a lila in ibal time, M. Schmidt spanke English fluently for a foreign. er; his deportiment is uūnesu sing and gentlema ly and in conversation is most lively, agresabla. and full of information His reminiscences of the English are, so far, favorable; we hope that br will leave the shorer of Hindous than with the same happy impression of our countrymen. boen glad to welcome him to this province me the first foreign gemiloman who makes it his highway to Kasbiner-Independent of the letter of intro duction brought to us we wish him a pleasant and sain tour. le may be assured, that we need scarcely express bore, that avary visitor from bis land will meet the ante cordial reception that be has bad on the shores of Bind."- Telegraph and Courier, Dec. 12.

We have

A vir to Nr. Helena in January, 1957, WITH A VAT' Jueusev prom James' Town INTO THE COUNTRY

(Concluded from Volume 19, Nu. 103 page 416.) APPENDLE, RELATING TO MANURT AND PRODUCE AT SAINT HELENA,

8d a 10 per lb.

Bral, good Alution excellent

do. Pork Fowls, Jo.

64

84 v

23 6d each.

Duake Liarse,

Jo

do.

104 12

Turkeys, do ERE..

20 a 25

do.

zen duzu.

Hay and Forage Wood, -

Lead her p Potatoes-

Carrots and Tutups Knotecades Unions, dry Cabbage

l'ovebes,

Peat,

Grapes, Pumpkins

34

?ộng tr Ce

10

358 40 each.

180 cl. middling #ded bauch D..

4d a G 1. excellent.

6d 4

Oda da lb.

d. excellent.

206d a 30 p. 100 not very good

Fab, various and good dito,

4dad Dus goud.

Ada la par 16" Do,

?ald

Of Fish there are various descriptions according t? season, lu "ll above 60 kinds, amongst Use bost aro Cavalley, Mackerel, Cingur Eel, Jack, Bara- ta, Albicore, Cod, Flounder, Crab, 21.6am, Ba- w-to, Hock Gali, Mullet, mud (tuck Oyster, alsa Ane farge Turtle. On the laland are Pheasants and Perig, ligeons and Doves & o low Rabbits, The Cook Pesant te a remarkably, hap nurun bird.--Besides the Finns above named, there are the Apple, Plum, Mangu, Orange, Lemon, Shadduck Cition, Quince, Filbert, Pomegranate, Date, Hone Apple, Pineapple, Mulberry, Loquat, Brass.

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KASTERN MARINI INSURANCE COMPANY, Rentered in Lowuor in 1853.

Fondet Hoboken & Cartesanato New Team Finast & Ca

Masha Fossan & c...

- Agroka un Laretpark.

Ava

Indeniza and Rangmen

.......... Agents tu Maleis

uk undersigned have been appointed. "Agenta in Canton for the ebore CORPART, and are pro pared to take Risas payuble without abatement at this place in three months, and in Lommon of Lever??) root, in one month, after proper proof of loss is given.

TURNER & Co.

Canton, 18th January, 1834

NOTICE.

A LL Persons having claims nginst the Estate A JOHN SMITH, decenu, late of the Batque Rod Rover, are requested to make them known to the undersi,ned, and thopo indebted to the said Esiste are tegurated to meka immediate Psyname to Me Jons Qim?n, of the Steiner Hongkong, or to

ADAM SCOTT. Administrator,

Canton, 25th January, 1854.

TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES.

THE FRIEND OF CHINA AND HONGKONG GAZETT'R.

THE FUNFREAL CYPRESS.

(Cups

Funebris.)

FEW Packets of

A the Send of this beautiful plant have bren ohuined fangu the Green Ten cowalry, and are for Sale.

"Where received

a specimen of it, which

enables me to say it must be a plani of the Greatest beauty." 'Agriculturel Gesells

Predam Lilley

Apply to

LIESENT MAC EWEN & Co. El-ngkong, 27th Janusev, 1854.

FOR BALE NOFFEE in Bane of 5 ibe. " 15 the, ench, MAC EWEN & CA. Hongkone, January, 1954.

ENGLISH OATS.

THE Directors of the Aueratan Ltovna SteAMOR SALE he STORES of the undersigned,

NatiDATION Company in Tricake, have made Arrangements for TELEGRAPHING MES. BAGES to London, or to any Puri of the Continut, sent to them from China.

The Alertegra should be armi under cover, super- #cribed "Telegraphie Despatch," to the "Alrazadrin Agent, for transmission through the Commanding fficer of the Steamer, and to be delivered iminali- ately on arrival of the Vespel at Trieste,

The Charge for Telegraphing 20 Words from

Trical per Bubmarine to London, ie nhout 16 Flo-

rios, of 32 Shillings Sterling ; and £1 Serling for w Memege

The writing must be in legible worde

For further meticulars, apply

WM. PUSTAU & Co. Agents at Hongkong and Canton Hongkong. 2718 October, 1883.

NOTICE. LEORGE LOGAN Hair cutter and Perfomer

egs to inform the Ladies and Gentlemen of Hongkong, and Captains visiting the Colony, that bo oow carrier on the above business on the pre- misa of Me F. Dvodell, Qanun's Road, oppo. aito the Oriental Bank.

N. B. Ladies and Gentleman attended at their own residences if required.

Hongkong, 24th January, 1854.

FOR SALE.

CHAMPAGNE in Pina od Quare, PORT WINE, PALn Sunny, ClanET HO? BRANDY, il of first quality.

A140,

Nana of size in Casks of 2 ewt. Apply in Hongkong or Canion to

LYALL, STILL & Co. Hongkong, lat January, 1864.

FOR BALF.

THE cargo of Red and White LISBON WINE ex Cuiyum, jum arrived at Macao. Apply to

RUSSELL & Co.

Canton, 11th January, 1854.

THOS HUNT & Co. JILL contious to keep a Large and Extensive

the very Lowest Prices,

Whampoa, et January, 1984,

FOR SALE.

THE undersigned lately received per Clipper

"Sea Witch"-

An invoice of Corneliva Patent Solar Sten-1 and Uanging Lampe uf 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, and 8 Burners, with extra Globes, Chimneys, and Wicks, and with or without Lutros. Also, Stand Lampe et vations

50 Barrels Prima Moon Bref,

50

14

100

"Gollege Floor.

Purk.

100 Hoxes Winchester Salt-water Soup,

50 Bartela Prima Cider Vinegar,

60 Hore Sichel's Wine Butera,

50 Kegs Dried Apples,

25 Boro H. Lamp Taboco.

100 Tina Bente Soda and Water Biscuits,

200 Gallons Spirits of Turpentine,

200

100 Kegs New York Butler,

100 Tina Powdered and Lume Bugar,

100 Barrel Pilot Dread.

Tides of Rigging, Pump, and Bellows Leather.

Alu, contently au hamil.

a few bushels of English Oats, woghing 43 lb. per bushel.

II. MARSII.

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A

|

Europe and Manila Rigging of all sizes, Canvas, Tar, Paints of all Colours, and a complete Asst. ment of Articles mocenuary for Shipo" ass.

Martell's Pals and Brown Brandy in Wood and Boule; Sherry in Wood and Bottle; Gold and sk

D??SILVER & Co.

flongkang, tai January, 1854.

FOR SALE

JUST RECEIVED a few Kegs of Prime Humps and Briskets--and some superior Butter. Hand Wax, prepared expressly for Bottling purposes and Bealing Trosaure Boxes.

Landing.

Tine, Boup and Boulli in 6 | Preserved Meats in 4 lk, Tins. Calcutta Bottled Ale (Bam's)

1140,

Sliced Mangos and Cashmere Chutnies, Mal- ligstunny Canty Pasta sud Powder.

Ladies' and Gentlemen's White Kid Glores of - size Ladies Blockinga; Gentlemen's Hleached and Unbleached deeks; Dooskin and Buckekio riding and driving Gloves: Neck tien; Superfine Black & Blue Broadcloth, de, &e, de

An assortment of Superior l'eskaives.

MAC EWEN & Ca flongkong, 2411 January, 1954.

Victoria, 10th January, 1964.

LIST OF GOODS

FOR SALE at Man MARSIL'A Millinery Roms, Queen's Roul. Hongkong, CHOKE selection of Boats of the Late

faltions, consisting of Velvet, Satin Glace

Silk, Plan and Fancy Straws of seery description.

Black and Colored Silk Manties,

Black and White Lace Do,

French Barego and Cashmere Shawls

Freach Glace & Taffeta Silks in every color, Black & Colored Silk Velvets,

Du. Ribbons in all Widthe, Bash Ribbons, Bonnet do., Narrow Halin, Lata & Sarenet de. French Brocade Bilk Dresses.

Olace Silk do. White de Colored Tulle do Lace do. Ustege du Bois do

Striped Poplin and Norwich Lustra do

Freach Merino and Plain Muslin de Laina,

Do. in White, Pink, Sky, Slate drab de Nap blua Frcock printed Cambric and Muslin do.

Huple's 'Priot do, Black & Colored Barego do. White & Colored Patlamatten in all colors. Swits and India, Book Murtion

Jaccosts Plain and spotted Mulle Black Brussella Net, White da. Tulle illusion Blonde Edging, Rent and furimtina Lace. Len Falla, Do. Berthes, Bleeves, Collum Chemiscurs do.... &c. &c

Plain and embroidered Cambric Handkerchief Infan' itobes and embroidered Frocks.

Caps, and variety of under clothing.

White and Colorad Kid Gloves, Silk do. Bracelet ned Neck ties.

Pearl Jet and Chenille Hand dra

Wrentha and Bouquets, and a chnice selection of Feathers & Flowers from Madana Ferriero's Paris. An artmont [ Lall, " & Children Boots and Shoes from Viault Esta Rue de la Paisk Joly a Paris, comprising White & Colored Batin Shoes Kid and Morocco do., Stuff and Costil da, &c, &c

Linen and Cotton Diapore, Irish Linen. Brown Halland,--Colored do.

Horrocka' Long Cloth, French Long Cloth, very ?ne and light, Table Cloths very large also, Table Covers, Toilet Cavem, Quila, And-Macassara, Lace Curtains, Mosquito Net, Rolled, Jeoconsi Linings, Union and 'I'will do., Victor and Vene- tinn Skirting, White and Colored Crinolines, Cri online Petticoate and improvers, Corded Ditto. Fine Flannels, Nucing Stays, Franch Wore do Comul do, Chiktro's Bands, White and Colored Silk Horn, Thread do.. Merino do. Celo do. Cotton Socks, Woul Polkas, Wool Caps & Skavas, Gaiters, Booking, Cloves Comfortem, &c.de

Woolfen fonds. Braided Batin and Marioo de. White and Colored Satin and Merino Hau, Braided Cloake and Pelias, Frocke, and a great Tariety of Children's Clothing of all kinds.

Haberdashery, Parasols, Elamic Pages Garters, Sandalweb white & colored, Wide Elastic Wor ed and Leather Belis, Linen Tapra, Shin Bottoms, Dress and Trimming Bullons in groot variety, Bilk and Wool Braids, Cotton do, Washing do., Mob sit Net, tibbon Phita, Buglo-Trimmings, Sewing, Kwitting and Mending Cotton, Pius, Noodles, Hooks & Eyes, Whalebone, Covered Cane, Wad. dings, Cotton Cords, Ruches, Rilboa Wire, Silk Piping, Braw Triminings.

ALSO.

-From Price & Gomell-

A mall assortment of PERFUMERY.

Mr. Man bogs to add that she will continue to receive the Latrit Fashiona from Landon and Paris Monthly.

Payment to be made in Mexican Dollars, Hongkong, 30th Decembar, 1853.

HESSIAN STATE LOAN. TRANILATION OF THE GERMAN OFFICIAL LEFT, TN accordance with the Prospectus, her taken place this day, before a notary, wilmannen, and the public, the 17th Drawing of the Hranian State Lottery Iman of the year 1845, and the following 20 Serim aunibers have been drown -

20 1680 2#61 3524 5787 093 2188 3163 3500 $850 1072 3120 3201 3940 6941

2774

$700

1091

3609

4407 together, 20 Scris" of 25 Bonda each, or 300 Bonda "We hereby publish the tance for the informa- tion of the public.

Direction of the Fration Treamery Ofice,

SCHOTTEN,

VI. STEPUANg

Cassel, Ist December, 1863

NOTICE.

Seamen's Hospital

TAPOTKR1.

Honourable David Jardinn, Esq., C. D. Wat GIAN, EM, Don W. T. Muncan, Esq., It. 8. Wakkun, Esq. Superintendent of the P. & 4). Stan Navigation Company, (az officio)

Pressure,-J. C. Howning E Resident Surgeon, Petka Youna. Eng. Consulting Surgeon,~~W. A. Haw and, Esq.

M.D. Acting Colonial Surgeon

10

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Terms of Admission, Publio Wards. - - - 75 cents per day. Lotermediate Wards, I

Dar 13 Private Room-- -2 Patients are also admitted on deposito, at the fol lowing rates, Jenewable onu dey previous to the amount deposited having been expended,

Public Wards - Intermediate,

Private Room,

#15, $20, 830,

The Captains or Corsignaes of Vessels must be responsible for the expensen of Patinite scat by them to the Hospital.

N. A.AM 11ospital Ville to be receipted by the

Trassuter only

PUBLIC AUCTION,

THE undervigerd has received instructione 10 sell by Polio Avorion, on the Premises

ON FRIDAY,

the 10th day of February next.

At Noon precisely, Unicos previously disposed of by private sale, the following Property, In one Lot.

That building in the Queen's Road known as the-

HONGKONG ULUB HOUSA, And the wu buldogs attachod, with the land upon which the whole is built-Registered in thin Land Office as Inland Lot No. 18, menou ing 14.160 square foot.--Annual Ground Rem

120.8.

Also in one Lot

All the Splendid Furniture, Billiard Tables, Pisa, Crockery, Glass Ware &o, &c. belonging in the shova neishlishment,

Conditions of Rule, Catalogues of the Furniture Jes will be distributed demo days prior to the Auction.

GEORGE DUDDELL

Auctioneer Hongkong, Pili November, 1659.

NOTICE.

THE Sale of the Hongkono Ceur flover and Forniture," is post pourd until Friday the 10th Pubruary 1854,

Hongkong, 25th January, 1954.

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS,

FOR BAN FRANCISCO,

?N THE LOHD WARRISTON Capt. Contre, will be dispatched on the * 10th February, For FARIONT of BILK and OPIUM only Apply to.

Y. I MURROW. Hongkong, 30th January, 1851

NOTICE.

MR HENRY DAV 18 le suthorized to sign our

firm.

Canton, Ist February, 1551.

MOUL & Co.

MARRIADE-At Viemeis, Hongkong, on the 18th in, MT WILLIAM Roan. Commit Brekeeper, to Jawe, cellot of Sergeant McGoess.

DEATH-A1 14 Morsy Place, Rdlebargh, on the ch December 1853, Gaonan Mencia Ray at Gorthy, Depay Lieutenant of the County of Perth, in the Blod Year of bẩn

age.

OKATU-At Cheltenham, on the 8th December 1853, Lancelot Dust, R.

NOTICE.

New Advertisements should be sent an early as possible on the Jays previous to publication; "but generally, advertisements will appear in the forth- coming fivus if received at the office as late a Eleven a.. Warinawlays and Saturdaga; spreially excepting the days on which the Huile are despatched 10 Europe.

England

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THE FRIEND OF CHINA AND HONGKONG GAZETTE.

IIS PURIA WEDNERDAY, FERUANT I, T?NG,

DIARY.

MEMORANDA UNTIL NEXT PUBLICATIO

AUN FraUART.

"i |Wednesday,-

2 Thursday,

| N?OH WATER

6.40 6,46

6,40

5 48 6.48

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0,25 1,05 3 Friday.

6.40

1,26 1.43 Moun-First quarter on the 5th, at 6. 13 a, m

We have lost our Racing correspondent dos year, and regret our inability to furnish"way more report of the Races going on than th the first day's sport is said to have gone off very well, and without any accident worth speaking of.

Wa oro glad to learn that one of the two boats which stacked the Junk bound to Num ofī Latin last week, has boon identified in Cumeing moon but the piretical crew have escaped. According to the testimony of the villagers, this boat was lying in Cumeing 100 several days, and, late une night, a crew for her cumno over from Kee-ow, and they proceeded lu son, where they were joined by the second craft

There have been several attempts to phouder the villages on Koc-ow Island fataly; and, apparently believing the crows of these piratical vessels to have been the partica who made the attempts, the identified piration! boat was promptly set fire to 1-tlunghi,as we said be- fore, the miscreant principals oro still at large. The land of Koc-ow bas long been under the ban of the provincial Magistracy, and there can be no doubt but that there are people comfortably residing there in constrat com- munication with others in Canton, by whom the departure of the Tay chong-king was speechly notified. In putting our report of the attack on the Junk in different words, the Register has made a mistake. The value in specie on board (independant of the Cargo) was $5,000 and upwards

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"WHERE THERE'S SMOKE THERE MUIT DE FIRE" In saying supposed to ba as old as the hill. A great deal of smoke was scen issuing from one of the now Cual Godowns at West Point early this morning, and, at first, we thought there was going to be a modern instance of the truth of the old saw. But, thanks to the efficient fire Brigade arrangements of Mr Stewart, the Coal Superintendent of the P, &z O. §. N Co., | and a good supply of water, for which there was no occasion to go very far, tho mutter, we ware going to say ended,but, to speak properly-is now ending in winnke."

Juappears that the coals under consump tion" are Labuan anthracite ; and were placel in their present situation, the extreme and of the godown, before the building was roofed in, and wore thus subjected not only to the gentle dawn of heaven (which never improve carbonaceous minerals) bat to our Midrummer showere from b in a dozen inches a day mom? timos () and therefore, consequent on these peculiar co- cumstances, the Labuan Coala (we think thero must be some patent fuel amongst then from the effluvia) gavo a promise of pre. maturely changing into ashon without the mid of a Stoker. Such, however, was the energy and good will of the man employed, the Crows principally of the Company's Conl Lighters anchored every night off the wharvas, that had flames actually appeared there is no doubt but they could easily have been sublued. As usual, up to breakfast timo, not ??Polico- man was to be soon; not even one of thos black, decrepit, no-english speaking Mungnes who form the bulk of our efficient constabulary,

The P. & O. 8. N. Co.'s Agents in China could extend their advertising patronage, and at the same timo render an essential service to the public, by notifying the approximate period for the despatch from Bingspore of the vessel intended to carry the Australing Mails. From an advertisement in the Straits Times of the 17th ult, signed by our old Hongkong Sa- parintendent, Mr Mardall, wo learn that the

G Chusan will leave for Sydney, Meltw.urne, and other places, via Hotavia, uliomt 21 hours after the arrival at Singapore of ike English Mail the 8th of January ; and, as may be inferred from a notice in the x suse pa per of the Cadiz's performances --(the Cadi having carried iko Mailio on the 88th day of se despatch from England-never before at that reason of the year having hoen brought uniker 41) the asid English Mail may resonably be looked for in Bingapore simultaneously with the Cadiz's return, viz-the 17th-18th instant.

As a general rule for availing in China of the Two monthly Steamer from Singapore for Australia, we imagine that letters will be in tist if posted during the current year as follows- First, The Mail of the Eth inst. Afterwards by the last mail in March-first in April-lam

??May-the first in June-fast in July, August, and September--Jant in October, first in Nov- ember and last in December.

Tnu Clipper Schooner Time, Captain Chape. reports H. M. 8. 8. Rouler, and a Nor'west grie, as off the Fle sana on the 25th ultimo,

Toe Straits Tanes of the 17th ult, contama a report of the low of the British Ship Birman, coal ladon, on the Royalist rock, somewhere between Labuan and Singapore, Crow saved.

In 1856 we hope to see the mails leaving a little oftener than once in two months, and wo are glad to learn that the respective Choribers

Commerce of Canton and Rugopore are m respundenes together, with a view to mo malzitig er Mujasty's Government on the ject.

copy from the North-China Herald of the ull. a ropure by the Committeo of the nghac Library 1-ot that it can have any in. st for our renders generally-but as a special ter for the Committee muul Members of the coin Library and Ronding Rooms-the cretary and Creamacor particularly, who will pleased to notice that the Treasurer at anglinu unt only shows the balance of funds Agent's hands, but also tells us what are the lities of the institution and, appended to his stract of receipts and expenditure, actually lulet the London Agent's Account corrent - wing balance (Cyrtanate membera of Shanghau Library)-not af £57,10,10 a inst the Society, but £15,19,8 in its favour. des £200 romitted for books not received. The Nhaughine Committee congratulate the embers on having reduced the Subscription, d conferred the benefits of the Library on a uch larger portion of the Community. Tho etorin Library Committee can boast of con- uing a ridiculously high subscription-of hav -evcu wlule they were largely widened to or London Agent-bought old booke, for u xh price, of no very general interest, and of decrease the Yg sanctioned means to umber of the members, unwarrantable un er any aspect, and an absolutely unprinci tod a would be the action of a company of lack lege, whoso nefarious practices were held by the press to public reprobation. Happy Tembers of the Shanghine Library Committee, ho can conscientiously ask for the general upport of the community, conaci sus of having used all their co-members to act honourably hroughout their year's tenure of office.

HANGHAE WURARY,

The General Anual Mcating was held in the Reading Room on the 7th instant, when the fol. Sowing report was laid before the Members-

The Committee in ensigning their trust begin Lay before the Membros of the Library a report for the fifth year of the Institution.

The principal feature to molice in the transan tions of the past year in the diminution of the sube- cripting from $25 to $15 per natum, and they have to congratulate the meishers on the complote success of the experiment, for whilst the best of the Li Urary and Reading Room have been conferred upa much larger portion of the community, the funda at the disposal of your Commnities have been ncreased; and they confidently look for a consider. able augmentation in the number of members fer 1961.

Mesere Smith Elder & Co's account current to be 30th June, 1883, has been precived and showe balance in their bands of £15 19. 34, besides this £200 has beep remitted to England for the purchase of Books, &e to 30th June, 1854. The autetending socount noticed in the last annual re port have all been discharged. The Trassurer's acongue show a balance id hin favor of 659:32, in addition to which the reat of the premises for 1853 has to be paid. The accounts have been audited and found correct by Mr B. Dallas.

In the early part of the year arrangements were attempted to be made to incorporate the Library with a larger Institution, but owing to the difficulty of procuring a suitable site the scheme is still in abeyance, but additional accommodation having be come dearable, in noosequence of the increase in the number of subscribers, your Committen would recommand theit successors to give this subject their eerlion and best attention; and in emiring Crow office they ask for the genotul support of the com manily to enable it to be completed in an efficiow!

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NAVAL APPOINTMruts and Movement.-In consequence of the death of Sir Everard (D Of JI. M., Calliope, now on the Sydney station, Ine following changes and proacti ne have boen reade. Captain Fitzgerald of the H'inchester takes the Command of the Calliope, and progreda to join by the Mail towner. Comm-nder. If'ainright han been posted in the finchester. Fing Lirat. Tung kin been appointed Communħder, and Livet, Marten, Intely acting Commander of the Stys, superseded by Conder W ?odenunde frour England har b. an appointed Flag Lirut. The Grecian, brig, mild from Singapote on the Est intial for the place, and the scrow steamer Encinanter, Captain O'C"I Ingla, on the 12th, and are lonked tot laily. The Barraconda, left Singapore on the 18th. The Spartan was to leave Shanghae on the 22ad re In ved by the Ratler. The Hermes will loay- fs. England, for days after the arrival of the En cover, inking bume 25 man of the Artillery, ale some of the officers and crow of the Hercule now in barbour on an Hospital whip. The Comus was i-pected on the 24th, by Sir Fleetwood Pellew, who expresso buonell highly pleased at the order It is reported that the and efficiency of the slap. l'inchester and the ( omus will procee) on a Cra 26 the first week of next month-longkong Register, Jany. 81.

Lord Shaftesbury has recently been visiting Manchtator. On his return to London kaat week, be forwarded a hiler to the Timer, holding up the public-spined Corporation of Manchester as an ex ample to corporate authorities:um just returne ed from a short visit to their town, where I heard and saw the many improvements that have been instituted by that public-spirited bedy. Veat tho

THE FRIEND OF CHINA AND HONGKONG GAZETIE.

IM then of Gent Bedar, my powerful Ally, I bag the Ambassador tu express my grave ful acknowledgement.

roughfares are opened in many parts; the strife courts, and alleys, ate regularly cleatsod; pavo meme are almost everywhere laid down; the sacke auisance is in rapid courae of abatement; public dreins and sewers are constructed; the cesspooleing ibat remain will, 1 kope, be apelily removed; and and an abundant supply of good and soft water in so admirably distributed, that in a short time the smallest tenement will enjoy un unlimited quantity, at so almost nominal price. The benefie to the mees of the people are quite incalculable."

In a lecture on Chira, which he delivered at Bollon the other day, Dr Bowring said it had been calculated that if all the bricks, slones, and mason. ry of Great Britalo, were gathered together, they would not be able tó furnish materials enough for the wall of Clos; and that all the buildings in London put together woul) not make the towers And turrets which adora k." - Homn News, Dos B

INTELLIGENCE FROM THE SEAT OF WAR. (From the Impartial de Bmyras, 27th Non.)

We have received this morning by the Aur- Dian Lloyds' steuer L'Imperators, and the Tan erede, of the Mengetics Nationales, intelligence from Constantinople, dated the day before yester day, the 25'instant,

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Two other eng÷gements have taken place on the Akaka skle, and the Russians, as on the first occalon, buss been totally defentel. The fortress Wecht of Akiska has fallen into the heads of the Turke. Amber of volunteers from all purta bave feed to the standard of Ahdi Puchs; and the Ottoman army, profiting by this advantage, have entered Giorgi", and advanced towards "Tilbu "On the 17th inst., the Ruris made another attack on the Fort of Chekwetik ; but mal with no better access then in their previous attempts.

The Ottoman troops bave abe taken poss?? sion of the Fort of Befer that of Chekweuil.

* In eumsequence of the severity of the season, there is, as it were, suspension of hosulics on the Danube Omer Pacha has retired with his forers to the right side of the siver, and has taken up bis winter quarters, after having completely Jemenpad the forfications of Okevitza.

"Hu kas left on the baland of Tortokni two battalions of regular troops together with a battery. "Umer Pacha k?epe Kalafat on the left side of the river. Ile how increased the garrison as well as the fortifications of this offensive position. On the side there is an aring of 40,000 men, of all arme, under the command of Leuil Pache, of Cirra."

The English stonin frigate Terrible, bearing the flag of Rear Admiral Bli Edmund Lymns, ar- rived at Cunetantinople on Thursday (21). After the url plutes, she entered the Bosphorus, and anchored amongst the other resale of the British aquadron "

We have received confirmation of the low of the Russian menin frigate with 1,500 troops on board "

"A merchant steamer the Médari Tidjeret, bo- longing to a company, and cominuaded by an Aus trinn Captain, Giovanni Milovich. has been cap. wered by Russion cruizer in the Black Bes. This vessel had only merchandize and passengers on ard, and was too small te vore war-tamor. This la o Ines than an act of piracy on the pan of

Clim Russians."

*** England, under various circumstances by giving strong proofs of lut well wishes towards my Empire, I doubt mot but who will, by every mons, rapel the unjust pretensions of Russia, which stack my independence and my sovereign | rigble. The whole world will so what inimenes ilvantages may resuk from a strong power and a banovalent one, se in England, and the sympathies of people just, enlightened, and generous, as is the English ontion.

***As to pener, my Government demeza it sa much as any other, but only as long as it is lionar- able and compatible with ing suvorcign rights.

**As to what regards the smelioration and the prosperity of cay subjecta, Your Excellency, better than any one oken, knows my feelings in chin

(From the Daily News, Now, 22.) lo announcing yesterday the melancholy sleath of the sum of Pokronat-the royal lady in whose beball come four-and-twenty yeuro ag? the admiration of Lehdus was en ontbuerenically ex cited, when, as chill, tho wse the gucit of Gmoney. IV.-wo contested nurselves with garing en vuches of the principal events of her somewhat chequered and color. But now that the surprise of the fatal occafimice is ever, we mux to-day consider its probable patient effe-u. Ba fore doing on, we may, howovor, nekdan ikst tha later accouchements of the deceased Queen bad given Damuse and created #pprehensions a mongst ber fmily, bar relinves, and her house. held, and that on the occation of one of her Ma JESTY'S wie recent, confi "timents-that prec ding the present, we believe-her own life was only saved by the acrifice of the infant Nor, before entering on the more pubb; consequemere of her demise, musi we omit paying a tribute of respect to the persons merits of the facessed lady; ler, like our own karpiar Nov-raign, Dona Maria at her subjects an excellent example of purity · ? conduci, of domestic happians, and of devotion to her fami ly duties. Attached to her husband and her children. to them at loss. her loss will be a source of sincero and deep regret.

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In her poble capacity it was a misfortune, which the late Queen of Pontogel never overcame, that she was only sovereign of one, and perhaps, nu- merically speaking, the smallest, of in parties. Though the lawful canoarch, ber elevation to her throne con Portugal a civil war, in this struggle she was ouncesful principally by moans of foreign assistance, military and diplomater; and of all Es 'opean unions the Portugu-se most rosent the in- terference of siber Bites their dome altro. With her, tea, come Cnstitutional Government; and, though properly enough it absted the sinmewBo power of the Church and the Priesthood, loss of power, influence, and above either of wealth, ng- gravated the hostility of the Clergy to the now order of things, and they have kept alive even to this day the prodilection of the gent mane of the ignorant pamry of Portugal for Un M190L This gave the Court the excuse for kuping up a large and expansive army. The cmi wat bad, however, enmpletely disneymuned the linance of Portugal and involved the unces in debt, which it had the meannees and folly sa deal with "On Tuesday_lest (22nd Oct.), Lord Stratford dishonestly; igberantly surgetting that with Staros de R-delide, the English Ambassador, having been specially in honesty the best policy, The Facts, adu.itted to the heacur of an imperial sudience to coinbined with a markoblo abeente af all really pre-ent to 11. I. M. the Suhan Vice Admiral Dua-able sinesmen at a posted when Portuquical des and the Commanding Officers of the British anothe and a better Ponnat to testerlate it, cun- #quadron, His Excellency addressed it. M. asstituted difficulties which Dona Maria had to en- coumer, though she was not becaulf responsible follows:-

**Je preventing to Your Imperial Majesty the for them.

The Queen, however, increased these difficul- Admiral and Captains of the floet, which my gra cious Sovereign, has, on the demand of Your Maties by her own conduct. Like her father, Dom Papno to Brazil, she never hastily accepted in jerty, and in concert with the Emperor of the French, a powerful Ally of Her Bitannic Majesty, Portugal the constitutional system on which her sent to protect the rights and independence of the authority was band. Like him, she was insincers, friendly empire, 1 full a duty us honorable, as it is vacilling, and faithless like him, she trusted to everything bot the onofdence and regard at her stafactory

aubjects, and to every one but howet and truthful advisere-and if her people were, as can hardly be denied, in nume point of view us yet unsukal tu Parliamoolars Governmeal, she teased, and tor mented, and perplexed them by substituting the ever abifung and various hadow for the more per mat and far for ruality The ouerquence was, that, whilst a powerfal" Miguelle foeling bad always to be guarded aguiast, the party which bad given Dona Muris the crown was unnaturally and Violently divided. Its ablest nad most loyal leaders were treated with ingratitude and weglect; the Court sumed the place the Legislatura ought to bave accupied; where wisdom and conciliation were wanted, jatigue and corruption prevailed; and the role of the Queen was neeociated with a Ilance riulance selfish and a reactionary policy. was necessary to effect uselul changes, and at last powerful subject (Blarshal Saldana) without any grant abilitice or noble views, was, by but po. pularity with the army, able to coerce the Crown. and to govern arbeteavily in its neuse, though per sonally deliked by the Momurch and her Cart. Nor is it all improbable that, but for Britkah ia tervention, the rowalu of Portuguseo discord might have been even more unpleasant to the Queem and

them and to myself. "Their presence hare, under auch extraordinary circumstances, shown how lat Your Majesty and Your Governem have wisely appreciated she friendship, and reckoned on the sympelbies of the British nation.

"Betim so generour, and so strongly tend- ing to rivm the friendship of the two Sinton, quite greater motives for their growth in the just and clear-sighted benevolence, that has been dis played in the administrative policy of your Impe rial Majemy.

"It is not alone in the successful maintaanDCO of a great European principle, that the British Government will seek for a recompense for the acrifices it may be compelled to make, in contri- buting to the protection of Turkey against an un- purokod aggression It watches with equal firm. area over the prosperity and the strength that Your Majcaly cannot fail to acquire over all your denising in pusting inte execution a system of complete though gradual progress between all clever, and in the intrerat në your subjects.

The complant hope which does shendon it, as well as the imme lite olject of its effective sistence, is peace. Not aedly an illusory or procarious peace-bul peace, that by the simpleat means, shall establish on baana, solid, bootable, and without injustice to any othor Power, the so vereign rights of Your Majesty, and the indepen Jenco of Your Empire.

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"To obtain such peace as serly possible, in have a right to suppose, the lively desire of Your Mojemy, as it in the point most ardently desired by your allies and I shall be happy to learn that this oljeet is duly appreciated and warmly encouraged by Your Majesty's Ministers, in a spirit of oun tinted madematine."

H. M. the Bolan replied in the following treme to Lord Redcliffe:-

"I commence by thanking tha Ambassador for having procured me the pleasure of seeing übe Admiral, and the OlBoots of he fleet.

Under present diretamat.ces, the presence of the English Heel liere, in command of an Admural De distinguished, being preaf of the frio-dship of

??We hope to see the wall of China some day when China i paed-and to the goodness of thle caireor. Aloyfit in " fact, which we doubt.-Es, F. or C.

het family than they were

And now that death bet prematurely removed Dona Maria, nothing certain of dependablo remains beblad her unless indeed (as was the case with ber brother under not dissimilar circumstances in

Brand) the youth and freedom from all ill ssetia tions of her son and successor may stouse the re gaid and ayınpathy of the people. Dan Pedro V. is understood to be a ?nt active, spirited, and intel. ligent Joong 10, whose natural abilsins are com edemble, and whose education has en of a machi

higher and better character than that of Portuguese Princes beretafora The experiment may not in deed be without some dangers; but in Ponagel. shua kitanted, there in at best only a choice of dan- gera; and between Regency and a premature majority, thela ought to be no dificulty in prefer A King-Consort, be he who be ring the latter. my, can never be popular in Portugal; and when we recollect that, scarcely three obart years ago, the busband of the late Queen, who in now Itegent, was, on a critical emergency, desorted by the temy of which he was legally the chief, ùt is impossible

tificipate why real estisdiction in the nation from has a finitention for the next two yrus. Such Regency woull, in fact, only hin a comimu tim of the Test Reign; and excellent d'onzorne ka reigning Monarchs we the Cobourg family wake, Europe in overtheless jealous of theo. The bat hopes of Partagel and the best wishes of Europa wilt, therefore, concur in clesiring an earlier ins jarty for Dom Pelto V than the law atlives; und the boy contribution, the King ilogont can prom. bly ek to his son's happromos, and to the wallnin of his silopted country, is the reriguation of his vicarious authority in favour of the young King hunuell

For what Portugal waste, and whist Portags1 must have, in the commencement of a really can. #national system ; -of a system under which Par Immentary Government shall be carried out in all its coloquene; of a system of honest conciliation and of temperate and jist freelon; which thera shall be no court reserves, no palace intrigues, no secret combinations, no personal pescriptions als structing, embarrassing, and at last defeating pa- palety. The Benzdians are only America. Portuguese, sod there, at Rio de Janeiro, such a system is successful operation. And whence its racem? Simply because thɩrs it has fair play. It needs no more (but it can be satisfied with no fea) at Lisbon, No doubt there corruption, thera faction, there in intrigue, there is evan disloyalty, to be encountered in Portugal Ho there also was in Brazil. But Parliamentary Ouvernment is proving too much and too powerful for such ovd influences. And what the ' risguevo bara ng- complished in South America they will achieve Com in Europe under parity of circumstances. pkre success will, of course, require time; bus what is now wanted is a beginning. To secure the, it is necessary to disputise with a Regency, And if precaleste for ita disponeation are wanted, they are to be found in our own tee, The minora. ty of Jona Maria berosi? was pramaturely termi Butod; so also was that of her brother. The En peror of Brigit; and in the latter case with the bappiest consequencer

To lose tw you with Portugal in da present deplorable site is so wants half a century, and sus site the reign of the young King with the min- fortunes and the induce of his prožacessor; 18, IN all probability, to give an ovil tone and current lo his whole life. Under Regency, Miguelów will sgain raise its head, faction be exsipersted and more embittered, the youth of the rung quustalion will be inoculated with all the pursions and the vices of their father, and a great and noble opportunity of reconciliation will be eroded and avoided. With the Trasury involvent, without credit or respect abroad, with an army four or five months in nefcer of iu pay, with wher mato functi-marica wanting (wetra months' salaries, with a ministry in power by violence and force, with a populace diacoalented, what can Regency hope to effect or accom,lab

We take the following from the Bindian :- * Among those who came up by the lat Stomer from Bo aby was M. Gustava (7. Schmitt, Consul General de Dancmare pour le royaume de Save, on his way to the charming vale ut Kober. M Schmit is on a tour of Hindoosikan and has coms out with socredited letters from the Praatent of the Board of Control and the Court of Directore to their Gaerware in Emilu, ta sud M. Schmidt in het ubject of seeing the country. He arrived at Boni bay early in Uctober, and has since visited the CATER of Kaneresimit, of Karlso, and Ešlura.

From Calce be will to the Eastern Ar chipelago, and from there mist way to China, H ome will occupy summs eighteen or twääry months; he will have seen got a hule in that time, M. Schmidt spoke English Buently for a foreign. er; his deportment is uunasu "Ing sad gentlema0- ly; and in conversation, in most lively, agreeable. od full of information His reminiscences of the English are, wo far, lavorable; we hope that he will leave the shores of Hindowsthan with the sama We havo bappy impression of our countrymen. boen glad to welcome him to this prosince as the first foreign gentleman who makes in his highway to Kantor-Endependent of the lower of iatro duction brought to us we wind him a pleasant and safe tout. ila may be sutured, that we need scarcely express here, that every visitor from bu land will meet the ame cordial reception that he bas had on the shores of Bind."--Telegraph and Courier, Dec. 12.

A vor to St. Helena 19 January, 1957, WITH A DAY's Journey Rom James TOWN INTO vos Country

(Concluded from Volume 17, No. 163 page 416) APPENDI, LELATING TO BASKET AND PRODUCE

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Of Fah bera ara vacions descriptions according to geamun, in all above 60 kinds, minongst the basi aro Cavalley, Mackerel, Cingar Eel, Jack, Bara- ata, Albicure, Col, Flounder, Crab, 13.aim, 15. utin, Rock Girl, Muller, and Rock Oyster, alea fine large 'Turtle. On the Island are l'honours and Partidge, l'igeons and Doves & a few Rabbitu, The Cock Fresnot to a remarkably fam summa bird.--Besides the Feuna above pamed, there are the Apple, Plum, langu, Orange, Lemon, Sheddock Cirom, Quince, Filbert, Pomigrante, Date, Rono Apple, Pineapple, Maiberry, Loquet, Bacani.

Apricot, Alanya. Lachoe, Milon Cherry. WcusT Chesusi, Fg. Tingstid, Strawberry, Wild Hangi hurry, English Raspberry, Blackberry, Cape tiooseberry, and one or twű others which Lesit recollect a present *

The Island is capable of considerslide impr?vo enent in the shape of cultivation, but the Islanders at two inert, and there are no good agricultural kadere;-a few enterprising Beotchinen, with some capital, would bring out the true valor of die le land in this respect, but they mist take their lab ourers out withthem, and not depend on Yamatorki, who won't work more than 3 or 4 days in a week ol the mesi.

??The water forgets the Wayet even!--Ea

HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.

A MOST ASTONIDING CURE OF SCROFULOUS ULCERS-A CASE CERTIFIE'S BY THE MAYOR OF BOSTON,

Copy of a Letter from J. Noble, Esq. Mayor of Baston, Lolakier.

To Pnorsmon Hokioway.

Jan.

THE FRIEND OF CHINA AND HONGKONG GAZETTE

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

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ARNIVALA.

AT HONGKONG,

27, Victoria (Peru), Clark, from Calisa, 20th Nov.

27, Korduck (Am), Walden, from Baltimore, 19h

August.

21, Orkney Lass, Martin, from Whampoa.

29, Alert, Smith, from Sydney, 12b Dicomber, 28, Baldemar (Dan), Schmidi, from Singapore,

13th December.

29, Island Queen, Macfarlane, from Fuh chow-fu,

Stad January.

28, Mazeppu, flytie, from Amoy, 26th January,

29, Resolution, Carmichael, from Macassar, 24th

LA-cember.

29, II M. Str. Barraconio, Commander Parker,

from Singapore,

99, Aulaz, Glover, from Woosung, 15th January, 30, Kohinoor, Levien, from Whampoa.

31, Fime, Chape, from Chiochew.

31, Jegno (Port), Lux, from Macao.

#1, H. M. Bug Grecian, from Singaporo

31, Proteus (Dut), Wagtemlock, from Whampos, 11, Henbury, Caïubert, from Whimpos

$1, Walmer Castle, Pryce, from Whamp?n, Jan.

Dear Sir, Mr Sarah Dixon af Lignorpotul Street, Alonson, has this day deposest before die that for a con- siderable period she was severely afflicted with Bere. Falous Bores and Beers In her sems, feet, legs, and other parts of her body v and schough the head of me- | cheal advier was obtained, at the cost of a large vain of maury, she obialed no abatement of sukring, but | 25, Coreria de India¿l'un), Lus, from Manila. gradually grew worse.

Being ercommended by a friend to try your int tent, she procures a smalt post, soil a box ?of the Pills, and before that was all used, symptous of amendment appeared. Hy persetulog with the medicines for sburt time longer, according to the directions, and arlesty adhering to your rules as so diet, &c., she was perfectly cured, and now enjoys the best of health.

I rem, Dear Sir, yours truly, (igned) J. NOBLE

Duted Aug 19th, 1853.

AN EXTRAORDINARY AND RAPID CURE OF FRYSIVELAS IN THỊB LEG, AFTER MEDICAL AID HAD FAILED.

Copy of a letter from Mrs. Klizabeth Teater, of the Past Offer, Adwick Hood near Bogner, Susses, dated Jan. 1974 1833.

To Porto Holloway,

Sir-1 suffered for a considerable period fror severe attack of Erysipelas, which at length settled in my leg, and resisted ált medical testment. My auf ferings were very grest, umil I quite despaired of May permanent amendment, when 1 was advised to have 10- course to your Ointment and Pills. I did so without delay, and am happy to say the result was eminently succesful, for they effecied a tail-cal cure of my leg and restored me to the enjoyment of health. Y Fabul ever speak with the utmost confidence of your meli.

AT MACAO,

25%, Jégro (Post), Stern, from Momila

Jon,

AT WHANPOA.

26, Sophia (Part), Honario, from Mucno. 26, Dayam (Port), Olveira, from Macae

6, Benjamin (F1), Henry, from Hongkong.

Jan.

DEPARTURka,

PHON HONGKONG.

27, Zephyr, Mornice, East Coast.

21, John tertram (Am), Jandholm, Whampoa.

21, George Howland (Ai. Wie), Writh, Whating

29, Daniel Ross (Ilain), Ketels," Shaw, hac,

28, Victoria (lein), Clark, Whompon.

99, Minna (Azu), Fulsipher, Wha pon.

??Veronica,Du), Welger, Sin Ficisca

25, I'dhelmsburg (hum), Miller, San Francisco.

20, Parks-der (Am), Crissy, Whampon.

28, Orkney Luxe Mitsin, Loudum.

25, Tremeiga (Post, Silva, Port Phillip.

10, Resolum, Uncichael, Whamp

31, Bur Lady Mary (l'eod, Jamieson, Shanghae. 31, Jabe Wood, Crol v, Shangham,

11, Josa, Dowisan, Shanghae

31, Marepps, Rynk, Cumkogmasa. Jan.

FROM WHAMPOA.

eines, and have recommended them to others in this | 25, Augusts (Brem), Langosberg, Ontario. neighbourhood skilarly fleted, who desired equal 27, Ariatides (Urem), Fekihamer, Shanghan benefit-tam, Sie, your obliged and faithful Servant, 29, Mary Spencer, Fihor, Liverpool.

(Signed) ELIZABETH YEATES,

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A DREADFUILY DISEASED ANCLE CURED AFTER BEING GIVEN UP BY THE PACUL TY, AT MALTA AND PORTSMOUTII, HOSPITALS,

The following important commandeation has been for warded to Profemor Holloway for publication, by Mr

B. Dizon, Chemolot King-street, No1wich.

Copy of a Latter from Captain Smith of Great Var. mouth dated January 19th, 1883.

To Mr D110,

Dear Ble, senil you the particulars of

cure ef fected by Professor Holloway's invaluable meshielmes 1- Mr Jon Watson, late in Her Majesty's Service. In

PAJENGERI

Per Bur. Lady M. Wood,-Mr and Mrs Curven, Wilson and Children, and Mr. Bowman,

the British Fleet at Malts, had a very had ulcerated | My sucle, and after having beep in the Malia Hospital for six months, was sent to FIN 15 POR

mojul

mouth Hospitalere be remained an inmate four d. there, at Malta, refusing to love the limb amputated, be was turned out Incurable. He then came to Yarmouth, and was under a inzilles) gentlemon for about three months, but his anele became so much worse that all hope was lost. As this period, by my advior, be tried alloway's Ointment and Pills, which | by unremitted application, healed all the ulcers, and restored him to perfect health and strength,

flangiand as sa invalili to ravens

Fremuin, Dear Sir, yours very truly, (Signed) JOIIN OMITII.

Albert Ilotel. Great Yarmouth.

BLAPRISING CURE OF A BAD BREAST, NER-

VOUS DEBILITY, AND GENERAL

ILL HEALTH.

Copy of a Letter from Me, Po 8. Her, Charmiat K., Lower Man-lane, klanchester, dated Fab, 12th 1959 To Puorenas Holksway,

Dear - have great pleasure in forwarding to you the particulars of a very extraordinary cure of a Gad breast, effect il solely by the use of your celebrates Cutest and Pallo, Men, Mamens Busty of t

street, in this Tuww, had been for a considerable time labouring under neerous debility, loss of appetite, sod general ill health, neensated by ulcerated wounds in ibe breast he had had much experience lo the use all the known remeilies for the cure of ulcers, but with- nus any berficial result, in fact she had nearly lost

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Tressing and painful condition of body soil mind, she

FROM POLAND.

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purnonded to have recontre to your valuable Cornelo Wernard Edward Ointment and Filis, which she immediately did, and in

mose stonishing ; "hat appetite was speedily improved

the sores and ulcers in the breast gesdually healed, and Geelong

the nervous excliament of her system was #lindly rex | Hero

3 remain, Dear Sir, youre faschfully

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(Signed) T PONSTEN KER,

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WANTED TO CHARTER

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WM. TARRANT.

NOTICE

THE Copartnership bitherto existing between the undersigned, under the Firm of A. H. FRYER & Co., in this day dissolved by mutual consent,

A. H. FRYER.

i. T. D. BILVER,

Hongkong. Ist January, 1834.

-

NOTICE.

TIE interrat and responsibility of the late Mr

WILLIAM NY Wampler in our firm terminated on the 20th of September last,

Canton, 12th November. 1963.

Ti referents to the above sent the buriness of the House will be conducted as before by MR D. JOHNSON under the same

sign. Rome which bla F. B. JOHNSON, is authorized

M JAMES BOWMAN will sign for us in Shangkat by pracurativa,

WD SILVER is authorizon to scule all Acto

WITH reference to the above Noside, Mu H. T.

counts for the lata Firm of A. 11. Fater & Co.

A. H. FRYER. II. T. DE SILVER, Hongkong, 1st January, 1854.

NOTICE

Hongkong, 10th January, 1854.

FOR SAN FRANCISCO. THE LORD WARRISTON Cap.THE undersigned begs to intimate, that tho business barzhofore carried on by the Firm of COPITT, will be dispatched on the

A. H. Faran & Co., will booceforward be con Por Praions of BILKA OPIUM only

ducted by him under the style of De BILVER &

2nd, Paternoute' Baouane can be shipped, from Alexandria by the Peninsular and Oriental Company's Beamers for Southampton ; the Freight || Apply to. being Ten Bhillings Sterling par Cwt

ard, Receiple for Canno and Brucia intended for Bhipment to Trieste, will be granted by the Prolola and Oriental Company's Agous to Aleandria, Instead of to Suen se formerly, but each Package le to be provided with a white label, on which is distinctly marked in print. "In Transit for the AUSTRIAN Lloyds BreamGE."

For further particulare apply to,

WE. PUBTAU & Co. Agents at Hanghong and ( anton, Hongkong, Ist July, 1868.

NOTICE.

THE NETHERLawn India Bruau BOAT COMPANY' Brzamer "JAYA," having been engaged by the Jars Government for thei service of the bi-menibly Mail between Balrole and Singapore, under contruet for 12 months, will ply regularly during that period between Beavis and Singapore leaving the former port about the 10th or 11th of every ismih, and Slugapors within 24 hours after the arrival there of the Meil which leaves Southampton on the 4th of the preceding meath.

The ruta of Passage monny are as follows:- CHIEF CADIN, From Singapore to Rhin - 8

Do. do. to Minto-

do. to Batavia

76

Retorn Tickets from Singapore to Batavia und vice vers $180.

BECOND CABIN,

From Smgapore to Minso

to Batavia-48 DECK PASSENGER.

Do.

do.

From Bingapore to bio

??

Do

Do.

da 40.

to into 10

to Brin.20

Children under 10 yem of age hall price

Do.

3 of Froa.

For further information apply to Manara Matratze Watson & Co. Directors, Batavia,-or to blesses Mactatua Pratan & Co. Singaport.

Batavia, 26th April, 1863.

NOTICE.

ON and sher Monday the 99ad

instant, until further notice, the Hongkong and Carton BTRAM COMPAny's Steamers will ply regularly hotwasn Honaxona, Cawton and Macao, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday (unless previoua patice of deviation be given)

follows:--

The Boat leaving Honouova su Monday and Canton on Friday," will coll at Macao, natting at 7 A. 2. The hours of departure at other time will be 8 a. u. and the boats will proceed direct bolweno Hoezono and Canton. When inducement ofer the Boat will call at Construwoon but previous notes of such deviation will be given when prac- tienbla

The fares will be as heretofore.

Y. J. MURROW.

Hongkong, 20th January, 1851. THE New British Lorche · VICTORIA," will trade regularly batwoma Hongkong sod Canton, Cargo taken at moderato mios.

THOMAS ROBERTS,

West Point, Hoogkong. 13th December, 1859.

FOR SALE. TWO ROUBE8 on the Bonch side of Gough Straat, mob having Gueden. Stables, Coach-Houses, &o. Ground-cont modernia

J. F. EDGEH. Hongkong, 2nd January, 1864.

TO LET.

TWO COMMODIOUS HOUSES on the Bouth!

Bide of Gough Street, and another on the North Bide of the mme Street, zach with Bab.

J. F. EDGER

Joe, Out-houses, Gardeo, &c. Apply to

Victoria, 3rd March, 1851.

TO LET. THE HOUSE in Banley Street adjoin ing the one now occupied by Mr Co MELATE. For particulaes apply to

N. DUU & Co.

Hongkong, 91st October, 1858.

MA

TO LET. HOUSE ??Carlton Terrace containe log 2 Blog Rooms and 9 Hrd Rooma, with outhousee alinched, and large oscommodation for servants on the ground floor. Apply to,

TURNER & Co.

Hongkong, 12th July, 1963-

TO LET.

Co., which Mr Guo. P..De Esen is suthorised

to sign.

H. T. DE SILVER.

Hongkong, let Jasonry, 1854.

NOTICE.

TB hereby given that the Copartnership heretofore existing between the undersigned, carrying on burkatona si Victoria, in the Colony of Hongkong de Menoranty and Commission Aounts, is the day dissolved by vetaal consent.

8. D. RAWLE

8. DRINKER.

Hongkong, toth August, 1853.

-800-

IT reference to the above advertisement it is autised that the said concern will be wound. up by Ma 8 DRINKER, bo la authorized to adjust all accounts, sad to whom all correspondener will be addrested.

9. B. RAWLE. B. DRINKER. Hongkong, 16th August, 1953.

NOTICE.

THE undersigned by so give notice that be will carry on a Gunupai, Common and Aarnoy Business, under the sigle and firm a DRINKER & Co. and will occupy the promises +f the late firms of Rawes, Data & Co.

8. DRINKER. Hongkong, 15th August, 1683.

NOTICE. MR HENRY DAV18 is authorized to siga aor

firm.

MOUL & Co.

Canton, Jel February, 1984,

NOTICE. THE interest and responsibility of M??OLIVER 1 EVERETT ROBERTS in out Firm at Can- and Shanghat censed on the 30th June last.

WETMORE & Co. Canton. December, 1869.

NOTICE.

THE well known Mission Premises (for Marina purposes only) of Rev. 1. J. R?punta in Canton. The place le healthy, comfortable, well knows by the Natives as a presoning place, and

desirable no " Mission station. Let any wishing

to rent call and examine the place, and apply to | THE_interest_und responsibility of Me A. L. Menara Ronela & Co. for the norma.

Canton, 1st January, 1886.

TO BE SOLD OR LET, THE HOUSE on Hollywood Road lately ocenied by Captain HoLWORTHY Copka Rider-and the House No. 7 in Gough Street at present in the occupation of Dr. Corr

For particulars, apply to

M. BURGOYNE.

Wellington Streat. Vistoria, 19th January, 1884:

CIRCULAR.

In Clate Paxon between longong, & have the bosor to loform you that were

*+

11

Canion and Mateo & Cauton 88. Between tongkong and M??10 - 05. Deck Pameogers, European - - 92

Malaya, do, 01.80, Chinese, 01. Peeragere desirous of proceeding to loco for sher period way obtain return Ticketo, avilable for the first on second Broomer after their arrival, of the reduced rater of @d between Hongkong and Macao, and $12.between Canton and Macao.

Every first clam Porsanger will be allowed ane servant free of charge.

The sowels will convey Freight on the terms of their published seala; on which, however, some reduction will be made for large quantities, by special agreement,

A Payment whether for Freight or Page to be made in Spania Dollars.

LYALL, STILL & Co. Agents H4 G. SPO Honphong, 18th August, 1883,

WANTED TO CHARTER. CHIPS of from 600 Tons and upwarde

for conveyance of Chinese Emigrant Hanana. "Apply to

LYALL, STILL & Co. longkong, 14h November, 18589.

continue Business in Alves, under the style and Be of LANGLOI8, MoKELLAR & Co.

Our ald experieure in the Hics Trade in the guaruman for the good execution of all order Isamuilled to us.

J. P. LANGLOIS.

DUNCAN MCKELLAR

Akyab, 11th October, 1881.

Atanto, Jr. in our Firm cessed from this date, and our Business will be conducted under the Style of G. L. AGABEO & Co., which Me Matonge ?gadze ie smhorized to sign.

A. & G. L. AGABEO, Caston, Lal January, 1854

NOTICE. VR JOHN BUTT is authorized to sign our

Arm by procuration,

HOLLIDAY WISE & Co. Canton, 25th January, 1854,

UR

NOTICE

SAPOORJEE BYRAMJEE has ceased

to sign our firm by procuration and Me Cowaru Hoamutyun in authoriz?d to sign the same by procuration from this date.

RUSTOMJEE BYRAMJEE & Co, Canton, 26th January, 1884.

NOTICE.

Eputans in our fra at Canton, closed on the NOTICE is hereby given, that the Copertnership Timeres and reponsibility of Mr JanorusRE

NESBERWANIRE ARDABELA BHANJAH & Co.

Camon, 4th January, 1854.

heretofore subsisting between Yanick Jonko || 31 Decumber 1859, Monnow and Jamun Sturmanson, under the Style or Firm of MURROW, STEPHENSON & Co. has been this day diamived. The undersigned, assuming the responsibilùles of the said Firm, will in future conduct the baddest on ble own account and in his own name.

Y. J. MURROW. Hongkong, 2nd Junonry, 1854.

NOTICE.

E bave this day established at Camon, under the same style, a Branch of our business as Merchants and General Agente.

Mr. EAMOND Alexandra STILL is authorized to sign our firm by procuration, and will represent us AL CANTON,

LYALL, STILle & Co. [longkong, 1st June, 1853.

reference to the above motiation I beg to intubate that, from this day, I have eata- blinked myself at a Commission Asarr and Man. CDANT in this place.

NEBSERWANJEE ARDABEER BUANJAIL.

Canton, 4th January, 1864.

NOTICE

MER CHARLES BRODERSEN is admitted a 11 Partner in our Firm both at Canton and Hanging.

Wx. PUSTAU & Co. China, la July, 1858.

W. H. WARDLEY & Co. Cantoo, 12th November, 1953.

NOTICE

LL Persone baring clermo against the Estata A of the late WILLIAM HENRY WARD LEY we desired to act in forthwith to MeatID W. Fl. WARDlet & Co. Canton, or in Mota

JAMES BOWMAN & Co. Shanghe, and those 15-

deled to be said Fatato are requested te mnaka immediate payment to the said partice.

D. JOIINBON

F. B. JOHNSON. } Caston, Pth November, 1853.

Administrat ra

NOTICE. MR. GEORGE URISWOLD GRAY ia qu-

thorized to sign our note by procuration.

RUSSELL & Ca

Canton, Ist January, 1954.

NOTICE. LIMJEEBIDY DHUNJEEBIJOY MONKEY is notorized to near For

by procuration, from the date.

p. pro. HEERJEEBHOY ARDASEER & Co.

Cumrerses Bonvnajem,

Canton 18th January, 185).

NOTICE.

R JAMES P. COOK is admitted a Pa: ser with me from and after this date. The will be continued under the Name and

Busine

Style of THOB. HUNT & Co.

THOMAS HUNT. JAMES P. Conk Whampoa, In January, 1864,

NOTICE.

THE interes and responsibility of Ma JOHN 1 PATON WATSON is out Firms, cassed on the 81st December, Jaat.

WATSON & Co. Sbangbae, 2nd January, 1854.

NOTICE

IR ROBERT POWELL SAUL has this day been admitted partner in the Firms of BYME & Co.

Singapore,. KER & Co.

Manila, PITCAIRN, SYME & Co, Blatacia Batavia, Ist Junonry, 1854.

NOTICE

SUN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK, CARI CAPITAL $1,000,000.

+

THE undersigned bave been oppoiuled Acesti Jia China for the above Company, and are prepated to cover Risks, on first clots vessels, to the exient of $100,000. Palicis payable in Canton Homboy, Calculin, London and New York.

RUSSELL & Co. Centon, 11th January, 1864.

NOTICE. LONDON ASSURANCE CORPORATION, Establinged by Charter 1720. Dawn & Co., Agents in Hongkong.

THE

are dull, FGM LOSS undersigned are duly authorized by the

OR DAMAGE BY FIRE, at Hongkong, on Buildings, Goods, Merchandize and Vessela in l'ort. lol Class, on House in private ocupsion only, with external Walla of Stone or Brick, and covered with Blato, Tile, Metal, Cement, and other facum tusuble Blaterial, deuch d, or adjoming one,

Ed Class, on torse of BOILDING arte ed and covered no above, panly or entirely used as Gu downs, and deraclied; and on Gunbe and Man CHANDLER, no hazardour, in such Buildings,

ad Class, on Hovma or Butotuon as above. adjoining other Buildings, and on Good and M CHANDIE, not hazardous, thezeia,

tik Ciais, on Humsa or Bendenas elected and covered na above, in whir? bezardone Goope aru dep nited, but no Guzardowe trade carried on.

6th Class, on Bure.

ASSURANOES Tusy be effected for the period of 12, 6, er Months," No InURANO

thereon is pad.

is in force until the Premium

For further particulars, reference is requested to be made to the undersigned.

DENT & Co.

Hongkong, 6th October, 1863,

Agenie.

3N

NOTICE

THE undersigned hura bean appointed Agents st Hongkong for the subscribers to LLOYDS. Master Vaselu are requested to communicate to them in Nigenes of lossés, nezblents, the sponk. ing of Vessels, and any gawetul information they rovider of importance or interest to the subscribers.

LYALL. STILL & Co.

Floarkong, 3rd September, 1852.

EASTERN MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY.

REGISTERED in London in 1839,

Mesas Finlay Monsoon & Co.......... Bocvetarian.

Brary Transen Fincat & Diderots in Tamponk

Men Ulan-Ustate & Co., Agrate in Cabretto ad Rangun

FBcont de Um

&

Again in Meghang,

..ågrul la Madran.

Hmm Harcana Fresh & Con.......... Agusta in Kingapore.

THE undersigned have been appo oted Agruis in

Caut for the above Comes T, and are pro pared to the Risks payable witho abatemont at this place in three months, and in Lomann or Lavka??roolin var path, after proper proof of loss is given.

TURNER & Co. Canton, 10th January, 1854.

NOTICE.

LL Prisous having claims against the Estate A JOHN BMUTO, deceased, late of the Barque Red Rovar, are requested to make them known to the Bodersigned, and thoso indebted to the said Estats are requested to make immediste payment to Me Joan Gimon, of the Broumer Hongkong, or la

ADAM SCOTT. Administrator.

Canton, 35th January, 1854.

TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. THE Directore of the AveraHIAN LLOYDS Stuar Arrangement for TELEGRAPHING MES. BAGEB to London, or to any Part of the Omtinent, sent to them from China,

The Merages should be sent under cover, super- scribed Telegraphic Despatch," to the Alesandria Agent, for transmission through the Commanding Officer of the Steamet, and to be delivered immedi ately on arrival of the Vessel at Trieste.

The Charge for Telegraphing 20 Words from Trieste per Submarins to Londen, in about 16 Flo. rine, or 12 Shillings Sterling ; nod £1 Sterling for on Mongo

The writing must be in legible worde For further particulars, apply to

WM. PUSTAU & Co. Agenis at Hunghong and Canion. Hongkong, 27th October, 1859.

FOR SALE..

HAMPAGNE in Plow and Quarte, Pont WIRE, PALU Heart, Clabay and Brandy, I of Stal quality.

ALSO,

Nails of sizes in Caoks of 2 ewt. Apply in Hongkong or Canton to

LYALL, STILL &C. Hongkong, 1st January, 1804

FOR SALE.

THE cargo of Red and White LISBON WINE ex Chagam, just arrived at Macao. Apply to,

RUSSELL & Co.

Canton, Uth Jeanery, 1854.

THOS HUNT & Co.

WILL continue to keep Large and Extensive Assotiment of BHIP CH?NDLERY, a

the very Lowest Prices.

Whompon, In January, 1884.

FOR SALE.

THE FRIEND OF CHINA AND HONGKONG GAZETTE.

THE FUNEREAL CYPHESS.

(Cupressus Funebria.)

A FEW Packets

The Captain or Cansiguson of Vostela munt Lu responsible for the expesives of Patients sent by them to the Hospital,

N. B.-A loapital Bills to be receipted by the Truter only.

NOTICE.

NIEORGE LOGAN Hair culler and Perfamer

bege to infuein the Ladies and Gentlemen of Hongkong, sod Captains visiting the Colony, that he now cirrier on the above business on the pre-

the Sard of this beautiful plant here been obtained from the Green Tee country, and are for Bel.

"We have received a specimen of it, which cabice us to say it must be a plant of the Greatest beauty. *Agricultural Genetton

Apply to

MAC EWEN & Co. Hongkong, 27th January, 1854.

FOR SALE.

COFFEE in Box of 5 lbs. a 15 lbs. each.

MAC EWEN & Co. Hongkong, January, 1864,

ENGLISH OATS. FOR SALE at the STORES of the undersigned, fr bushels of English OATs, weighing 43 lbs. per bushel.

II. MARSH,

Victoria, 10th January, 1854.

LIST OF GOODS

FOR SALE At Maa. MARSH'S Millinery Rooms, Queen's Road, Hongkong. CHOICE Selection of Bonware of the Latt A fashiona, consisting of Velvet, Satin Glace Bilk. Plain and Fancy Straws of avery description.

Black and Colored Silk Manileo. Black and White Lace Do.

French Barege and Cashmere Shawls French Olice & Taffeta Silkca in every color. Black & Colored Bilk Velveta.

Do. Ribbone in all Widths. Sosh Ribbon,

Bonnet do., Narrow Metin, Lata de Sarames do, Frauch Brocedu Silk, Er zooNE.

Glace Bilk do., White & Colored Tulle do. Lace do., Barega de Bois do

Buriped Poplia and Norwich Lustre do

French Merino nad Plain Muslin de Laine. Do. in White, Pink, Bhy, Blate drab & Nap blan French printed Cambric and Muslin do.

Hoyle's Prini do, Black & Colored Baraga do. White & Colored Tarlatenes in all coloré, Berian and India Book Muslins

Jaccomets Plain and spotted Malls.

Black Bruwell Net, (väisa do. Tulle illusion. Blonde Edgingo, Real and Imitation Lace. Lace Falls, Do. Barthes, Bleeves, Cullera Chemie &c., de.. do.

Plain and embroidered Cambric Handkerchiefs. Jalants' Robes and embroidered Frocks.

Caps, and a variety of under clothing. White and Colored Kid Glova, Hill do. Bracelets and Neck ties.

Pearl Jet and Chanjita Hand dresses

Wrentha and Bouquets, and a choice salestion of Feathers & Flowers from Madame Ferciero's Paris,

An assortment of Ladies & Childrens Boota and Shoes from Fiault Esta Kuo de la Pais??Joly a Paris, comprising White & Colored Batin Shoes, Kid

and Morocco do., Stuff and Cootil do, do, &e.

Linen and Cosion Diapers, Irish Liom. Brown Holland-Colored do.

Horrocks' Long-Cloth, French Long Cloth, very fins and light, Table Cloths very large sizes. Table Covers, Toilet Covers, Quika, Anal-Macasaara, Lace Curtains, Mosquito Net, Rulled, Jocast Linings, Union and Twill do., Victoria and Vene- tion Skirting. White and Colord Crinolines, Cri

THE undersigned uely received per Clipper nolime Petticoats and Improvers, Corded Due.

"Sea H ?uch"-

An invoice of Corneling Patent Solar Stand and Ilarging Lampe of 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, and 8 Burnero, with extra Globes, Chi-oneys, and Wicks, and with or without Lostro. Also, Stand Lamya of varione nizes.

60 Barrels Primo Mens Brež

50

19

100 "Gallego Flour,

Pork.

100 Boxes Winchester Sak-water Soap,

60 Barrel Prime Cider Vinegar,

60 Dozen Sichef's Wine Bittuce,

50. Kage Deind Apples,

25 Bozen II. Lamp Taborco,

100 Tins Besta Boda and Water Biscuits,

200 Gallons Spirits of Turpentine,

200

Boiled Linseed Oil,

100 Kegu New York Butler,

100 Time Powdered and Lamp Bogar,

100 Barrel Pilot Bond,

Hides of Rigging, Pump, and Bellows Leather.

Aho, constantly on hand.

rizon, Canvas,

Europe and Manila Rigging of Tar, Paints of all Colours, anil a complete Amort ment of Articles necessary for Ship' dov.

Martall's Pala and Brown Brandy in Wood and Boule; Oberry in Wood and Bonte; Gold and Palo

De BILVER & Co. Hongkong, 111 January, 1854

FOR SALE

JUST RECEIVED fow Kegs of Prime Humpe

and Briskets-and some superior Better. Hard Wax, prepared expremly for Bouling purposes and Bealing troure Boxes.

Landing.

Boop and Billi la 6 la "l'ine,

Preserved Mente in 4 lb. Tias,

Caloutta Bottled Ale (Bass's )

ALSO,

Sliced Mangce and Cashmere Chuthies, Mul- ligulanny Curry Pasta and Powder.

Ladies' and Gentle men'" White Kid Oloras of evd sinne Ladies' Bocking"; Gaotlemen's Isleached and Uubleached Bocke; Derikio and Buckskin riding and driving Glove; Neck sleep Buperfine Black & Bus Broadhub, dr., &c., &s.

Au moitment of Superior Penknives.

MAC EWEN & Ca Hoogkong, 24th January, 1804.

Fine Flannels, Nurding Suaya, French Wave do. Contil do., Children's Bands, White and Colored Silk Hose, Thread do... Marino do, Cocoa do., Codoo Bocks, Wool Polkas, Wool Caps & Sleeves, Gaiters, Boolakine, Glores Comfortst, die, dra.

Woollen Heodu. Braided Satin and Merino do.

White and Colored Batin and Marino Int, Braided Clooke od Palisses, Frocks, and a great variety of Children's Clothing of all kinda-

Haberdashery, Parasola, Elamic Pagra Gartero, Bendelweb white de colored, Wide Elastic Wom ad and Lather Boko, Linen Tapes, Shirt Buttons, Dress and Trimming Buttsas in great variety, Bilk and Wool Braids, Conton doc, Wasbieg da, labsir Net, Ribbon Plate, Buglo-Trimmings, Bewing, Knitting and Mending Cotton, Pine, Needles, Hooks & Eyes, Whalebons, Covered Cann, Wad- dings, Consa Corda, Roches, Ribbon Wire, Bilk Piping, Staw Trimmings.

$140.

-From Price & Gounel!-

A small assortment of PaRFUMERY.

Mr. Magu baga to add that she will continue to receive the Latest Fagmions from London and Paris Monthly.

Payment to be made in Hozican Dollars, Hongkong, 10th December, 1853.

NOTICE

Seamen's Hospital

TRUSTEDO.

Honourable Daven Jardine, Esq, C. D. WIL Liang, Esq, Hon W. T. Munoan, Esq., R. 8. WALKER, Eng, Superintendent of the P. & 13. Steam Navigation Company, (ez officie)

TJ. C. Bowaine, Esq. Resident Sargon-Pat Youme. Esq. Consulting Surgeon.-W. A. Hari ano, Baq.

M.D. Acting Colonial Surgeon

Terma of Admissions. Public Warda,-- -78 cents per day. Intermediate Wards,

Dullar # Privalo Rooms,- -- 2 Pacjenta are also adunitted on deposits, at the fol- lowing rates, renewable one day previous to the amount deposited having been expended,

Public Warda

#15, Intermediate,

+4

1

Private Rooms, -

$20, $30,

H

is of Mr F. Duopat, Queen's Road, oppo site the Oriental Bank.

N. B. Ladies and Gentlemen attended at their

residences if required.

Hongkong. 24th January, 1894.

PUBLIC AUCTION,

THE underigord has received instruction to

AUCTION, as

ON FRIDAY,

the 10th day of February next. At Noon precisely, Unless previously disposed of by privalo sala, the follwing Property, In one Lot. That building

the-

The Queen's Road known

HONGKONG ULUB HOUSE,

And the vet huildings washed, with the land upon which the whole le built-Registered in the Lead Office ne Inland Lot No. 18, mewar ing 14,160 square km.-Annual Ground Rem £129,081.

Also in one Lot.

All the Splendid Furniture, Billiard Tables, Plate, Crockery, Clean Ware &o, &o. belonging to the above establishment.

Conditions of Belo, Catalogues of the Forniture &o. will be distributed some days prior to the Auction.

GEORGE DUODELL

Auctioneer.

Hongkong, 9th November, 1558.

NOTICE. THE Bala of the " Hoxozono Clos Hover and Fenvirons." is post posed until Friday the 10th February 1804.

Hongkong, 25th January, 1984.

NEW ADVERTISEMENT.

CHINESE SERIAL Vol II. No. 2. Сон?а??а

I. The Constitution of the United States: [I.-Fable of the two Cocks, 111.-Miscellaneo

News from Foochow; from Amoy; from Shanghie.

Visit of French Minister to Nanking. Beiture of French Catechista by Rebels in Shanghac.

Lalande in Paclic taken possession of by the French.

Now Mail line between China and California, Departure of Cal. Mareball; his socesssor. Departure of U. 8. #quadron to Japan, Lete to Amatralia.

P. and O. Company's astion regarding pack log Raw Silka,

Ordinance for provisioning Chinese Emigran Slipe.

Supreme Court Cases.

Coroner's inquest Bhok pre-wan:

Emigration from we-low.

Arrival of Pekin ; of Gangas ; of & M. Food, Peking Gazette Now.

IV. Comparative Almanac.

For sale at the Loadou Marion House-Price

15 Cash each (or (c) 1 par annum side seven copiar.)

Hongkong, 3rd February, 1854.

??Prodimacion |-K". F. or U;

To the Editor of the Friend or China.

Hongkong, and February, 1864; DHAR BI-You will no doubt have repeatedly noticed the contemptible attempts of the Editor of the China Mail to do disparagement to your com temporary of the Register, by writing, or causing bis P. D. to write, leers to his address under the sigontura of Rate Paton, dac in which, among-t other garbage, he pastily points out slight cypogra phical errors In the Government Gazette," "When we ses enviuus little children soarling and scap- ping at each other we are dispard to check them by repeating Wall lies, begin log

"Let dogs delight to bark god bile

For their warto,"

Bot when mouldy whiskered men-would-ba Leaders of public opini?o-exhibit soch umpiessing propamentos---{doga in mangore, unwilling to allow the quiet picking of the bone their uogainly men. ners, and malignaut intentions, hava mansed, in preference to them, to be thrown to some other whelp) what words are strong enough to give the sacfore the retoke they deserve T

Kindly turn up your Richardson and see what dedition is given to the ward Eavy.-

o

Envy; that is, a palatal enisation excited by the view of I something desirable in the main and viimaties of amber,

which we love wishes w appropriate. To envy, reple at the good conferred up aqutket, or palesand

him.

Cigan. On the Panions, pl. l. a. 9.

by

Now the something desirable in the sale and igation of another, which exciton a painful seam- tion in the mind of the Mail, in the juh (the " jub " he praised to dilata upon) of printing the Govaca- mat Gazeta-heuce his statluh comarks-ba | spiteful stampan to do so injury to a brother trades maa-gron guing so far as to report upes, and to draw painted alimuon lo, an akurcatum baw ve him and workmen.

From the "My dear Abortrede" and "My deat Surachen" serias al correspondance lately publish. od for the benefit of an admiring public, it ap pears, however, thet, to quote again from Base Payer's lexicon, they are-

Like dogs that mar? about a bone And play together when they've none.

pl.lil, e. J. And it may be, as Toota mys (though they do

give one another a home simb when they can

??ol au consoquunca,"

I am, Year's

Nro Invicta-NEO MURUM.

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BUPPLEMENTARY SHIPPINO LIST.

ARRIVALO AT SONGZONG,

Fol

4, H7. M. 8. Spartan, Capt. Floss, from Bhanglas.

Tre Hosblo J W. Halma, C. 2, took his seat on the beach at Noon yastardıý, for, an we regren sa learn, the last time an President of the Bupenon Court la its Summary Jurisdictios (It being sụp. posed that, though His Lordship gets hown by the next movi on love of absence auly, tha bigher appolament be so richly deserve will soon fall to his share, and preclude the por sibility of his again returning to us.) The num ber of cam for adjudication was small, but one of them, especially, was most interesting. We allude to the case of Lapreik v. Dwideli, - un amicable soit instituted for the purpose of bring- ing under judicial review the very anumalow

of our Colonial Currency regulatious.

The first case entered on was a plaint by Ser. geant Rogers of 15. M's 59th Regiment, who claim. ed damage of Fire Hundred Dollers from one of our Chy Biorekeeper, for having been the means of depriving him of the company and services of his wife. The dest witson, delled by the c

complainant

was the wife of the defendant, opon whom it was Karted a subpana had been served. But, kosicipae iogenol a call, Mr Bridges, Counsel for the de fendnot, had previously argood to the satisfaction of His Lordship that the wife of a defondant in an netloo

com in mal competent no wie ness in the Courts of this Culay, and cannot be compelled to attend. It was not any, bow. over, to satisfy the Complainant that the Court had no power to compel the attendanos of the witsers; and that thungh by a recent act Parliament it is competent for a wife to give erk dence in such a casa in England, only those pr of the law of the realm ata in use hore which were actually in force en the 5th April 1843. Complainant said he could not go on with bis en without this wita-ss-ho wanted her to papro days and det R.--The Judge said then he must deni the assa--Counsel for the defenfant wished the whole matter ogʻired into;-the wine was Labouring ender a strong delusion from which only | | full exposition could undeceira him. The Judge aid the defendant could sol insist upon the co being gone on with it the Plaintiff did not wlah it,

The Plaintiff, who was evidently much excited, and mare desirous of carrying war to the hour of the enemy be thought had destroyed his pesce than to obtain pecuniary damages,?�hen allowed the case to be drolered dismissed ;-the Judge in forming him that it was compment for him to re- open should be succeed in obtaining evidence which would serve in dispensing with of a str dance of the Defendants' Wife-Case diamitzad sovh COMER.

In the cues of Espraik v. Dulief, the D f-a- dant informed his Lordship that, hearing he w about to leave the Colony, a sumber o, the Cit were, before he went, desirane of obtaining from hom a decision, whereby the may unplmanteres chat Wera continually trialng through the uncertainty of | the law regarding dollars, might be put an end tru The prevent action grow out of a claim for rem Defendant rented several piacon of land from pirties for whom the Plainti�?was. Agust.-One of their Agreements ran for rapt in Spanish Dufflers- another for Mexicans, and another for dollars of a particular denomination. The Plalarıf, a short time ago, advertised in the public paper

Lbet from every and who reated premises of ho should expect rent in Mexican Dollar, those who did not choose to acorde te bul arrangement had better loare at the end of th�?month. But the defandrot, amid that whon ha c�?tered into agreement with the Plaintiff for tea, be carried in ble calculations only one idea al 9/4 value of a dollar. By Queen's Proclamatior, pal-

baked the Lat of May 1845, it was specially declar-

eal

that the Dollse of Spain, Mexico, or the South American States, should be a legal tender at the rate offur shillings and two peace Marling. He, the defendant, in obedience to such proclamation, bad ald into Court in Englieb money the full equiral

of dollars after the proclaimed ratio. This the Plaintiff would not receive, and claimed the musket Premium on Mexican Dollars-ois eleven per cent on English money-according to which scale ba wan required to pay £7,30 mưa thau be conceived he should have to pay when he made his agreement. Mr Bridges and Me Pallard, voluntarily on behalf of the public, boch essayo) remarks in vid of the argumen.

(To be con'inued.)

We are obliged to deler continuation of our report of the casos a·ljudicatai at yesterday's tinge of the Supreme Court in Summary Juriuliction, in order to make room for advicen just received from bangline by H. M. 8. Spartan. The Rattler reached Wiisung at day. light of the morning of the 28th: alt., and much credit appears to be due to Mr Wen, the Mas ter, for his skill in taking the vomel inside the Baddle group without the aid of a pilot It ap peare the Rattler had a fioo run hence to Amy, averaging nine knots and a half thewhole way,-arriving there about ten minutes before Midnight of the 19tb. Brupping only twenty minutes to discharge the maile, no time was Ical, and the Rutilar again proceeded, to meet next day s mrong North easter, to which they had to bring to under Lam-yit, with two an- chore down, where they remained the best part of two days. Off the Hastun Birute it again came on to blow furiously, and they had again to bring up off Van-gen, and remain other two daya. Having again started, a heavy sca was found outside, but it all calm until the evening, when it again breezed up and cooli. nued all night; so hard that, excepting a differ. ence of five miles, they had, after a night's ham mering, exactly the ramo caringe at daylight as they had the previous Sundown. They had therefore to run for the laud and anchor in Shipoo Roads. Next night anchored off Vol. Choo Island, and the following morning was off Woosing

The Rattler's appearance and welcomo new of an improved Tea market at boine gero much satisfaction. Another fight between the Robin and Imperialists was expected the day after Chinese New year's day (the #0th ult.)

We are very glad to hear that all the spirit of the world has one died out, and that one gallant fellow is to be found houding the rebels sword in hand. The geatleman we allude to is Dr Martin, a Britisher by birth we believe, but for many years enrolled as a Citmen of the Great Re- public, and Bargeon in the United States Army during the Mexican War. At recent engagement outside the Walls, Dr Martin is said to iwe performed prodigine of valour, and the Imperialists were driven off with much slaughter. The Habels have already liberally rewarded him, and if they can hold Shang. heo there is no doubt but he will obtain the reward his commendable conduct merits. Hed wo half a dozen Martins at Shanghue, wa should soon be released of the annoyance of Samqua's mischievous interruptions.

The Eamont was to leave Woosung on the 25th. The Chinese New Year boing then ro close at hand, nearly all businbat will al a stand Mill. The Science (no longer an Imperia-

list Man of war) and also the Swallow, were busy transporting Tea from Shanghan for stor. age on board Joaks at Woowung.

Quotations for Pains on the 25th were $320 -for Malwa $975 Freight to London £7 per ton, unly two venele m part to avail of it,

Tuz following notification in no way surprize. us. Colunel Marshall had been in China but short time before we had ample reason for torning him mo diplomatists Man, so the Mail boasted of him, that "would not abirk responsibility." There is no mistake on thei point, and his bravery will meet from his coun try, no doubt, the reward it richly merits.

United States Consulate. Shanghoh, 20th January, 1854. NOTIFICATION,

The undersigned has to enmmunicate to Ame- rican Civizo a realdent at Shanghae, that he has received instrcatione from H. E. the Commissioner of the United States to Chan to deliver up the papera of American vessels on their leaving port, without requiring the production of Chiness Custom-house clearance, as long as vrasola andor other Foreign gu ata allowed by the Chimene to eatr or leave port without reporting and paying Datin at the Comem house, as is at present the case. The moment the Custom honee regulations are enforced upon all Foreign vessels, a rature of them will be required upon the part of those under the American Flag. The step is founded upon the

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TO AMERICAN Merchants

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ADMINAL Murcsby's report on the stock of Guano on the Chincha Islands will be read with interest. The attempt to introduce it into China, for general munuring purposes, proved futile, which is to be regretted.

That zealous Polish Patriot, Prince Czar- Loryaki, is not allowing the important events in the East to pass by without an endeavour to de good for his fallen country. We find, in tho Timer of the 7th December, a full report of the Prince's glowing address (st a public meet- ing of the Polish Literary and Himorical No ciety, at the Hotel Loaibert in Paris, on the 19in of November last) from which we tako the following beautiful passager:-

??The important evania which are happening in the East Indulonta again the truth of the maxim, that "mistorians should be met with perseveranco," and that we should nevar despair of the success a just and sooted cause

whenever the bour aball strike, kosten with my sona to the call of duty, nor shall I henitsta to ans crifice the remsider of my strength, of my menor, and of my life to the country which I have servað throughout my existence. My hair is white, but but blood still runs in my veins, and, believe me, gentlemen, this white head will, tu chô last breath), be found in shu frat rank, wḥañover the wants, the honour, and the glory of Poland shall caqeiro ito. presense.

In addition to the fearful lemon of life that have accurred in cooliu ships from Chins (except as we formerly slated, to the Britisk* West ladies.) we are told that the Peruvian bargun Empresa, which left Cumingmoen for Callo in May loan, hau lose! bar Captain, White, and no fewer than for hundred coolics, during the pasange. This, together with ca numerous destha on a former voyage, consti'utra a pretty handsome oblation to the demon of cupi dily.??China Mail Feby. 2,

THE IMPORTANCE OF PUNCTUALITY. Mathod is the very soul of business s-there is no

system without punctuality Punctuality is most important; it facilitator bu vis-sa-comtributus to discipline,~promotro pence, equanimity of imper, sud feeling sinongst the Off- con of an Establishment. Beernity of mind, and alf-posession. ure other advantages of "mociusli sy. ??man of doorderly habits in novar punetus), lie never bag Line to speak to any one, bacaves be has something else to do; or he is golog elsewhere; mod when bë gote there, he is too late, or he must kurry away to another engegames, before ha can finish what he is about. Pañetaslity given weight to character, Whru a man is known to be punctual, gentrales pasciamling in onhern, for, like other virtuen it propogaten itself. Bubordinate Officers be punctual, of their principals are so Ap pointments became delu: "Naidan han a right se waste the time of smoshor, still lost that of his an ployers. A men who bas tide to du, bsa seldom jimu to do ?ny thing, bol punctuality begets tim? to do mora, Lizavo not until to morrow, what may Le doon at the time, sa to miernu never comes. Ai rekes of Tupeness, as will ar diliya, nie dangerous a minure idly lovi, or unpro?tsbly spent, cais ouver by recover-

Punctuality is caseparable from industry, dill. gence, and perseverance.-

??The time in rife with signs which show wa that the ruling of the world belange not to burann hande, but only to Providence and that Providence alone leads us to those sade which defy our subnet tles calculations, but in which 11 ja osay to under. wand that crime can never expect impunity, and that, sooner or Istor, k meets with its punishment. This jconviction gives hopa to the oppressed when they are furthest from hops; it comforts them and confirme them in their return to good retour au bien)

The great convulsions which befura this huld sut some hopes to us have passed away like shad. ewe and clude. They have left us more miserable and more abandoned than ever."

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A COMFORTABLE INCOME FOR TEN SHILLINGS (From the Reformers' Gasella, Oct. 21.)

* Et in a mistake to believe that Poland desires to'ations Poland desires justice, and certainly no one can be astonished that she does desire it, She does not burl her malediction at her word enamles; in her dearest hopes she never thinks of desiring their ruin. She wishes that all countries within their own limits, should enjoy power and prosperity, bat she prays to God dwt Heiney grant to her also her part of the general peser and proplication, enclosing Posinge Stamp, to Mr

perity. She would prove to the world, and special-

เป�? ly to the nations which oppress her, that it så better to have in her friendly, parable, and axeluleigh- bour, then province, frantic with despair, which is is impossible to keep down, ualow' you aimah it with soldiers, and uproot systematically all the foundations of social order, and even all religious feelings

Nibor ber destinies nor ber hopes can at the part moment be traded or foreseen. Perhaps the ties is at hand when the Government of Europe will canes observing with raspaci to her that gloomy sikage which has for so many years past be of posed to the ary of our distressBut this very hope this very uncertainty, compele us to be doubly reserved and prudent in our words and ucre, and li bide us abstain from all prommure manifestations, From the commencement of one emigration, I never end to watch and advise in all things which might serve to raias our country's hopen without augmenting her sotual efforinge. More

| especially did I attempt to renew and strengthen the old traditions of alliance with a country and a Government the circumstances of which show a most striking similarity with those which it was the lot of Poland to go through, Mutual goodwill and uniled efforts were the results of thund en- deavours. Those trauks in themselves are ins portant, they promine a still ricber harvest in their season, which is not yet bolde,

If I were to say more on this point I should

outrun the facts and awaken prejudine, Nevacibe lem, it is my duty to appeal to your confidence and concurrenes sa acestary conditions to the progress ol our aff.irs-ocessary also, if we would avoid

great calamities. I believe that my past life, and the relations which I have sequired, "entitla me to command that confidence and concurrence at your honda.

"Political affairs, like those which may perhaps deride our destiny, eandet be conducted oubor by assembline or by elections and votes. Surrounded by ausbess of enemis, beat with obstacles, and acted upon by ever changing chicumstances, we nrad the most perfect discretives and tact, at and ime to accelerati, at another to slacken uur pro rese The most perfect unity in neccoasty in the direction of far. The parotin of every one will consist in being prepared, without impatience, to come to an append which cannot fail to be made, and not to divide our forces by isolated atteinpis which clash with one another, and which mor sorely would destroy the fruits of long labower and of hopes which may bold utt u prom-on of fresh effaria. These sta necessary vinu.4, which have been too frequently neglected, and to the level of which it believes us to plae. Let us "void oun- fusion and its fearful consequences, "These are sho crifines to which God, in His merey, will groul the aid of Elie arou

For anveral months past wa bare obrerved the following sea-Ducement in on me of our provincial janji-ro jechoorning a respociabile circulation: -

** £260 per mumma för 104. Any Permon desirous of becoming possessed of the above named Annual

Income, asa crquomted to make an immediate ap

Į, Landon, who will furnish the ful lest particul ra ky return of post,

*NU-No application can be replied to sftar the 17th "

Nothing cau be

All must admit that there is something radically wrong with the newspaper grem of this country, on lang no | degrades itmil by giving publisity lo such manifest frauda. The paper from which wa have extracted the preceding, pretends to a vast amount of consciratiquesa more independent than the tone of its leading art clos it breathes evan a religious spirit; and yet it has been lending its columns for months to this palpable attempt, on the part of some Lowdon konto, to raise contributions from the public poder false and lying prataners. If the mere extravagance and absurdity of the thing proposed were not sent to ponvict it of the mendacions character, the lude intimation subjoined, in the form of an N. B., must have long ago opened the eyes of the parties who admit the advomitument, as well as of the "constant render" of the paper in which i oppento. Week after work, and month after month, are the public enolly informed, that si no ap slication can be replied to after the 19th". And yet is the same fraudulent announce- wat inserted work after work-ay, and manib after monik-in papera pretemiling to honesty and respectability! Buch papers ought to be held up to the just execrating and contempt of the really reapretable part of the public What are they but nidors and abettors in a cool and deliberate t tempt to swindle the public, pocketing their owe share of the gains? That the attempt has been also successful, producing a considerable revenue iu pokage alampa, admits of no ramenable doubt, olkorwes the barefaced announcement would lieve been long ago discontinued.

While on the subject, we may as well inform our rendern, that the house to which the address is given le a Betting Offre. A letter addreased to the party by one of out contemporaries; with slamp enclosed, produced, of onurse, no answer.

SUPPLY OF PERUVIAN GUANO.

(Próm the Shipping & Mercantile Grazole, Dec. 6. We have been favoured with copies of the fol lowing despatches, forwarded to the Admiralty by the admiral commanding in the Pacific, containing moal interesting and important information seletivë to the quantity of guano remaining on the Chincha falando. It will be seen that the quantity stated to be still available is considerably under that given in the nuwe brought by the Pacific mail just or- rised. The quantity, milmsted from the examine. tion made by Me M'Intosh, naval instructor, and forwarded by the commander-in-chef in the Pacific, is 8,600,000 tons; while the recounts brought hy the mail at the present stock to be 25,000,000.

Admiral Moresby, however, states, at the præult of bis dere, in which he says he has confidence, that | the islands will be cabinusted of the guano that would pay freight, or be saleable in the English market, in eight or nine years.

*The Government, which of all is most interest- ed in our suroras, is fully ative to the necessity of mwity among Un. Hence it has long hamund me, with iw confidence. Hence also, genilomen, here 1 particular and urgent motive for demanding Jour confidence and support. The post i orupy is one of those whịch cromat he deserted, for 1 know that there l ?am vecful-that no other man || valuable information thus conveyed to the Govero. Can at this time supply my plece, and that I alone

ment. It is accompanied by nosily racoviej can direct the affairs of the nation with a hope of sketches of the island, showing the position on succem, sod in proserving the country as much na possible from the blows which threaten in

Bopported in this diffi, ult task by the confidence of my fellow citizens, you will see me, gentlemen,

Great credit is due to Admiral Moresby for the

??We thought Demarain was in Brigish West Indies What about the loss of life on board the Lord Bigla bound there in sommence with 1-EM. F. or C.

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extent of the deposits, which may, no doubt, be scen on application to the Admiralty. Subgoed nto the dropsich

SALATIFE TO THE QUANTITY OF QUANG HE

MAINING ON THE CH?NGUA PALANDO.

** Pariland, at Ben, Bapt. 9th 18953. Bit. The enclosures referring to the Clonelin Telande may possibly be acceptable to Her Majeu- ty's Government, when confidence in Peturina se cardion bas ondored from te circumstances which

bave taken place at Lime. 1 sequest you will submit them for their Lordship's nikjer. Ibero conf leace in the data given by Me M'Intosh, ban education and practieil experienta being a guer- astes for correctnest. From the northern or principal and more the one third of the guano bus bran removed; the remainder may be divided into three portions and qualities-

* Fires, that termed English gusso, as formerly, alone selected for the English market.

- B-condly, that exported by foreigo ships to America and elsewhere

"Thirdy, inferior quano, reserved for the const Irade.

Of the first quality there remains on the north island about 3,800,000 tone ; of the areawf, about 1,500,000 loas; of inferior, about 500,000 tons.

** 1 have no data on which to report the ship- ment of guano in 1852, but I burn ascertained that within the last aizlit menthe about 300,000 tons of gazao lave brão abipped from the north i-land. A love of 12 per cent, occure from the rude manuer of the working and conveganos, daily observed in the dense cloud of polvocized quan blown awerd, and correctly uncertained by the || abipping docket at the center island. Lenclosu Katement of that shipped in 1850 and 1881; -

A STATEMENT OF THE QUANTITY OF GUANO

EXPORTED FROM THE CHINCHA ISLANDS

DURING THE YEAR 1850-1851

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"There were at the Chincha lalanda, on aur departure, 100 resoch, capable of exporting nearly 100,000 tons of gurno. The Americana (ar 16- seeded in wm-ubi of tonnage. I excluso a los showing that between the 18th of July and the 24th of September, 1853, there has been landet, were fonding, or waking their bara to load, 65 American ships, carrying ??grom amonial of 6:,982 tone Olber American ships were daily arriving, and they now take the superior quality. On the contre land thero may be about 600,009 tom of guano of the first quality, and 700,000 tone of the second. This island is worked entirely by Chinamen; they dig and wheel about 1,290 tona, of which 1,100 appear in the shipping lockers. The sontburn and smallest island has not yet been worked from in windward position the guano in laferior, and has no grent depih.

A commission, consisting of the Peruvian Minister of the loterior, with a numerous stall, as per enclosed list, are occupied in surveying tha island. A clerk belonging to the house of G bla and C. the only person that buð availed Joze if of the permission given to accompany the com- siloo; in fel, the notice was short for others to avail themselves of the offer. From the plans and alorations of Me M'Intosh, and my personal exa- mination and information, gathered from those un the almada convergent with the working, I am of opinion that, at the persent avotuga rate of otput. sation, the islands would be exhausted of tho quena that would pay freight or be sileable in the English market, in sight or nine yours

??1 have the honour to be. Sir, your most obedient MITARI,

FAIRFAX MORESBY. "Rear-Admiral soil Commander in Chief."

"ENOLABORE IN ADMIRALTY LETTER FROM

NEAR ADMIRAL MURGIT,

*fler Maj-nty's Ship Portland, at Son,Ang 29. *Sig-1 hora tha hommar to anhunt fit your information the tosult of the osicalition tesparung the amount of guano now remaining on the Chin cha Islands.

" The exsmination for | esnnot call it survey. taken by your order, wis necessarily eno seding- ly rough and imperfet, bath by reason of abort

ness of time, soil the want of proper mitrumienia, as well as a desire not to excita observation,

* To avold the po"mbility of underrating the quantity.I have ostinssted at the rate of 10 cubic fem per Low, and here allowed a considerable exceras od the measurement given by the plans and tuetions,

* la laging tale resul befits you, I have tha lennour to state that, though no claim to great sc curney is made. I have no hesitation in pledging roguelf that the quantity bere specified in greater than that absolutely remaining on the stands,

"I have, Ace.,

*W. H. M'INTOSH,

Naal Instructor.

Rear-Admiral Fairfax Moresby, C.O.,

Commander-in-clul, &c.

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NUTS OF CONVERSATIONS AND INFORMATION

ACQUIRED BY Mn, m'imron.

The mechanical engineer in charge of the en evation on the northern island told me that since ho came, in October, tabt, a space of 450 foot bad born cloured into the deepest cutting, which mounts to 300,000 too. I have and been able

to ascertain the era prasmi shipments on this blund, but, judging from the number of ebeck clerks, labourers, the plant, &c., it may probably

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* M. Komuth, the emperintendent of the contre Leland, boring allowed is accua to bu books, ) have satisfactorily ascertained that his statemnoul of shipping | 100 tons per day is correct.

The details of the work are-160 Chinamoo, at dve lese per day in borrows, and four ship skoote, at 135 tons each day. M. Kowoth further informed me that, when be commenrad, in D cember, 1852, the mail extended. 150 feet from the brow of the chi�? and that he has wow obtained a dience of 850 feet, in a direct line into the deepest pant of the cutting. This staterarat, on enlculation, farther proves the foregoing part, as the amount of guns from such no cavaration would amouni to £40,000 tons, which, in asten months, in at the rate of 1,200 tone per day."

H COMMIOPION soeptiUD IN DEVETING THR CHINCHA ISLANDS.

"El Senor Ministro da El-iends D. Nicolas Piervole, El Benor Coreost, Mayor del Plaza. D Joan Corisoistne Mendoza,

El Senor diputado del Congrem, Doxtor Com Manuel Orain, Los Largenton Mayores de Tuga.| mars, Don Francisco Couso, Dua Fermin Avon. cios, y Don Jose Carlanon,

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Los Quisices Dua Jusa Eliole, 3 Dos Astoni Raymondi.",

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sir-Your Fille have been the ions, under Provi- dence, of restoring me to sound health, after ve years of ever action. During the whole of that period, 1 suffered the most dreadful attacks of Asthma, fre- quessly of several werke duration, strended with a violent cough, and continual spitting of phleges inter mixed with blood. This no shook my conatiewïtion that 1 was unitted for any of the active dutien of life. 1 was attended by some of the most eminent medical men of this town, bus they failed to give me the light- set relief as a lost remedy ? tried your Pitla, and in about three moncho they afèered a parfent cure of the dimonte, totally aredimed the nough, and restored tone and vigour to the chest and digestive organs.

1 am, Bir, your obedient "ervASİ, Duted Jim. Lat. 1843, (Signed) H. MIDDLETON-

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

ARRIVALS.

AT HONGKONO.

* Mazeppa, Ryrie, from Caneingmoon.

1. Thomazine, Holmes, from Labujo, 30th Deo.

1, Br. Po Shan, Bars, from Calcutta, la

Decembot.

2. Mary Spencer, Fiabar, from Whampoa, Jan.

AT WHAMPOA.

31, Resolution, Carmichael, from Hongkong.

PASSENTIEL.

Pur Thomarine, 1 Chinese.

DEPARTURES,

Feb.

FROM HONGKONG.

1. Kohinoor, Lavico, Port Phillip

Frederick VII(Duo Lare, Shangban,

1 Hanbury, Lamben, for Loodon,

Proteus (Dut), Wagtendoek, Singapore.

* Jegro (Pon), luz, Manila.

3, B. Paon Shen, Bar, Cumaing moon. Jun.

FROM MACAU.

27, Emigrant (Port, Gotester, Hamna, Jan.

FROM WHAMPOA.

28, Jahn Buchanan, Liringaton, London, | 21, John Dugdale, Williama, Londen.

Jan.

FROM SWATOW

- Sen Witch (Am), Fraser, Panama, Jan.

FROM FUR CHOW FI, 90, Houque (Am), Day, England. Dec.

FROM AMDT.

Tele

A1 Mongkung Alari barque

Andan,over

Cadla ster

Canton, MAT Chelan, brig

Cople shp

Carwal, skip

De Amigas, schooner

K. Z. B. Jeaney, ship

Evangeline, barque Fathaheel Balan, barque Hongkong. ber

Joko N. Dosler, ship Libertad. barque Lord

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417 McDermott

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LeHonolulu

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216 Tuber

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619 Robertan

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194 Macfarlane

Jocaba Cornella barque

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490 Lanberg

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Belabits

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Starman, barque

Themes, basqua

Time, schooner

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vit, cultur

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|Jan 26 Manila

Rajula, ship

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Isabel Quintana, barqon |Peru] 640 y Pan Shau, steamer

MAKE

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barqua

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Relates, barque Sholomith, ship Bopala, barys Victoria, ship

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Crea Bell. 430 Carmichael

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Jan 128an Francisco Nevesell and cu

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-Hongkong

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Holt 424 Nakoda

Aug 15 Sagapore

pan

153 Zaballa

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114 D'Siva

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l'at back

441 Smith

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Dal 200

BULLE

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??Condo (8pan), Abeau, Manila,

Elisa Ann, Smellie, Singapore. Homer, Vanderhoven, Singapore, Ridly, Vincel, Singapore,

PAMUKOBRO.

Per Hambary John Clutcher, Esq

SHIPS OF WAR IN CHINA WATERS.

German

LA

Nindan

Rabler Halamander Sp

Dar 3-In this distries your Pille command a Grecise mare extensive male than any other proprietary maliaro clar before the public. As's pronf of these eflency in Liver and Billous Complalata I may mention the fol laning case. A lady of this town with whom I am personally acqulated, for years was a severa sufferer from dim of the Liver and digestive organ; bor medical attendant suured her that he could de neobing to relieve her suflarings, and it was ont likaty she tuski survive many months. This asennoucení naturally | Winchester

med great alarm among hæ friends and relacione and they Induced her to make a trial of pour l'illa, which Improved her general health thai she was indword

to cut them until she received a perfect care Thin twelve mousho ago, sed the ban noi experienced my symptoms of relaper, and often declares that your Pills have been the mass of saving her life.

Lazing

ANELKAR

Wadowien

AL

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Amoy |Hongkong|H. M. 15

Japan (0.5.34 1-

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Poubetas Plymouth

remalo, Dear Mie, yours truly, Ner. 33rd, 1948. (signed)

J. OAMIS.

Bopply Boskaan Vandelie

France

U. P. Bu Shanghe U. 82 Kelly

Fanton E. Su. Taylor Khangban U. S N 10 Waher

Japan 0.0.Boore)

they to Leeches KLB, OLIV Japan U. B.Biz Ladine U. B. 8

8 Machan

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lona, her

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Nar Vasil sad on,

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- yma, Klair and ou.

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-5ywo, Mair and c ||Nov 19|76k and go.

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Thit and co

Jas in Calt and co.

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Nov

Wood Indles West Ladle

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||Jau 17]Vem and sa.

Das 29 Ansell and co

Jan 10 Nigpo

Hengtong

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Lil Sandemon Canton. Be |HongkongHangal. ??

Shahe H. 125. 11 Mollersh

H.180

26 |Capt. Me W. Bos

Adela

[5 Vion All Poller

Shanghon??Fr. Str Bonda

Ningyo Ft. Vgl. - Capt. Do Vaincan

Shanghai Fg 60 mp Unhofsky

VESSELS EXPECTED. FROM SAJLAND.

Xe

Pub-show-fa Oriental, ship Yul Liong, barque

Shanghan

Araba, barque Confucius, tamar Confucine, ship Nomeda, barqar Undda, skip

P. Menshika, bergan

8pes, channer

Gallad

Besada, askGNET Daniel Rays, barque Dannebrog barque Frederich 16, helg Lady Mary Wad, wr Rament, schooner

Am 1903 Patakar

Bel. 001 Burtkan

Am. 440|Dearborn |Brit | 331 Pearios

Am. 400 Cany ||Rusa | Rta Paruk?jaim Br 16s Mayward

Krom 200 Waldbussar

Brk Crockett

вид

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Det fane, lë gol co.

135an Framelco Hd and m

Jan 17 Maghing Not T0 Ninge Des 20 Liverpool Han of Congkong

indyma, Mair and co.

Das LiJardios, M. and co

Ner knall and on.

Jana SiRium and an. Dea

Macral Gromit

Nov 20 Hall, Nye and co. 4. Hased and co.

Ji -W. Davidson,

shangher New York

Gendon

Liverpool

New York

Dan 21 Karlowita, H. and cente

she Hard and co

John Hard and co

Jan 316. Rawson and on.

PU.. N. Cs.

Shangha

Skangkan

Shacha

Shangha

Wang

Jaro, M. and an eering $3/ent and on-

VESSELS UNDER DESPATCH.

For London, Walmer Carla, ET. Oriental, F.

For Bombay.

Str. Cadix, H. (11th inst)

Chelomith, W.

com

Par

Hart Oet JH. Hast Sept 29- Bait Dec DH. Hart. Nov 30 it. Liv. Bept 19 8, Liv. Nov 178

AN ASTONISHINO CURE OF CHRONIC: KHED. MATISM, AFTER BEING DISCHARGED FROM TUB ROSPITAL INCURABLE.

Copy of a latter from_Me. W. Moon, of the Equare. Winchester,

To Pherson Holloway,

-I beg to inform you that for yours I was a suf- ferer from Chronic Rheumatism, and was often laki op for weeks together by its severe and painful attacks.

teled ovary thing that was recommended, and was at- tended by one of the most uninest Surgeons in the town; but obtained no relief whatever, and fearing that my braith would be entirely broken up. I wen duced to go into our County Hospital, where I had the | Brix best medical treatment the Institution a?erded, all of which prevad of no avail, and I came out ma hetter then I went in. I was then ulvired 19 szy your Pile and by persevering with them was perfectly card, and asbird to use my occupation, and although a coud derable period han siapand, 1 have fuli na caturn what- ever of the complaint"

1 am, Sir, your obedient ServADI.

Ort. 8th, 183, (Signed) W. MOON.

AN EXTRAORDINARY CURE OF DROPSY.

AFTER SUFFERING FOR EIGHTEEN MUNTII Copy of a Lattor from Mr G. Belgyt. Chemist, Gooks,

dated February 18th, 1849.

To Parton HELLORST,

Mr,-) has much plasoara in informing you of a mout wurpela ng cure of Deopuy, recently effected by your Taluable medicas. Cartain Jackson, of this plaer wan zieted with Dumper for upwards of righte months, to znak an extent that it caused his body and limb to be wol? swellen, and waist toned na li were from hita skin, no has a daily change "f apparel became peersary, notwithstanding the variana restedien tried. and the dllent malical map consulted all was of no avail, motil ha casa:mencul selng your Pills, by which, Basurtiet stiention to the pelviel directions, be woo @rcinally cured,and bis bralih perfectly co-natablard. If you dều thì worthy of publielty you nee at liberty

Ion, dir, yours respectfully.

(Signed) G, BRIGGS,

Tomel

Catherina Comalina Smit

Rcotland Ticke Topax

Wiliam Palls Wynstay

Yacht Club

Order in which is above Ventolalast England. Lesbeth, Pallam, Mary Boliguria. Mam Statin Oud Vaderland,

For Liverpool, Mary Spencer, tl. Confucius, 9.

For Lisban. Qmyum, W.

Ive Calcutta. Str. Pacu Blau, C.

For Port Phillip, Mathilda, fl.

Wakar Morrice, H.

For Wast Indies.

Amazon, 8w.

C. Compagnie, Bw.

For New York.

Flying Dutchman, W. Oneida, B.

For Bateria Bintang Anam, W. Clio, W.

For Siam. Neptor, W. Ocean Queen, El.

For Shanghoo.

For Panama.

Bella Vnaconguda, 8w.

Early Bird, W.

RECEIVING BHIPS IN CHINA.

OVE

flobask Commalias Wernard Edward Domiles Emily

Juadah

Geelong

Bowere

Lob Oct 16

Hero Jahanoa

Finlay

Liv. Our 7 H.

Bik

Card. Nov 25| H.

Klazina

Hart, Nov 13.

Lockett

Valentine

Louis J. JohannNA

Liv. Ang 16 9. After Oct 30 23

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Captain

Masy Shepherd Mary Helligonda

Visser

Hare Bepi 7 9.

Repton

Lea. Oci 10 S.

| Mercator

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Ham Nov 13 12.

H. Heim.

As

Fardlar. M. & Co.

Cheren

V. & U. & N. Ca.

Noderland

Raster

Hart. Dreft

Nors Zembla

Jansen

Hart. Sept 18 Ft.

Bombay

1.

teamma

Ond Nederland

Keepen

Bart Gept 18 ft.

Iams Popully

4:. 5. Langrang

P. P. Casa &

Paul Johann

Hart Oci 17

A Heard & Co.

Nad

A. b

Pelican

Hepared

Rare Ellio

Davie

Len. Delor.

At

8.b 241 Raben

Jones

Lan. Nov 19 H.

B. Gerrard

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Harlequla

Bell

1.J. Juna 4R

Leuk

211 King

Langley

Liv. Ost 16 1.

Fah-cheu

Liodern

Hart. Nov 2013.

Sand, Ang 18 14

Poil Oel 24 H

Fort War.

Lady Hayes Hy

Bacon,. & Ce

6.b. 116. Endicott Russell & Co

Mahm die Bbq 217..

Water Witch, y

Vel

Zy

For San Francisco. Cornwall, H.

Imbella Hercur, H.

John N Gomlar, H

Lord Warrison, ti, rok Orleans, El.

Potomac, H, Deutchland, W.

Whaling.

Capis, U. ELB Jenney, 0. Parachute, H.

[15. by | 601|Fdgett

340 Helme

Land Amherst B. sh

Palkinder

Looking

Falcom

Ternate

Amel

Mekle

Emolly Jane

Jurtles, M. & Co Deal & Co.

Pelklee Mondra Jardin, M. & Co Mil Dent & La

Jordioa, 24. & Co Pant & Co

||21. be. | 243 Valturdo

R. sh 171 Patridge B. bq. 379 Hall

|8 baf 251/De Rossche

2. IT Deble

11. ch 444

1. 427 Lander

Ja, bi] (48)Andervan

Cheers

Tall & Co. Dent & Co. Jardine, M. & fu

Jardin, M. & Ca Dent & Co.

Camaleo de to C. Pro ¿Dent, Beale & fa. zard, M. & Co boy&. D.Bassoon 6' & Or. Science 150 Horse

[P. P. Came & re Bir V. Nyon 8. br 194W.EnduttiA. Karl & Co. Swallow

|81, bg| 343;Thangtan Lindsay & Co.

Corres, PRINTED AND PONLIGNED, AT THE PROPPERTON, WELLzam Tarrant,

Queen's Road West, Victoria, 1654.

W. PUSTAU & Co. Agents at Hongkong and ( anion,

Ilongkong, in July, 1868.

NOTICE.

WANTED TO CHARTER

Chip of from Four to Bir flandred Tone, to carry Chinets Pastangers

*** and Cargo to California Apply to

W. TARRANT.

Hongkong, 10th January, 1854-

WANTED TO CHARTER

Ship of from Your to Six Hondred Tone, to carry Chinasa Passengers T and Cargo to Australia. Apply to

W.. TARKANT.

Hongkong, 10th January, 1854.

FOR SAN FRANCISCO,

THE LORD WARRISTON Capt. 61 Cubitt, will be disputabed on the

For FARIANT of BILK AND OPIUM only Apply to.

Y. I. MURROW.

Hongkong, 30th January, 1851

THE New British Lorcha VICTORIA," will trade regularly between Hongkong and Canton. Cargo taken at moderate ruten.

THOMAS ROBERTS,

West Point, Hongkong,

1th December, 1853.

FOR SALE. TWO HOUSEB on the South side of

Gough Street, each haring Garden ??Stables, Cosch-tiouses, &a. Ground-rent

J. F. EDGER.

moderate.

THE NETHERLANDS India Stran BOAT COMPANY's Steamer *"JAYA," having been oogagıd by the Java Goveromvot for the fsbytémomohly. ATAS Between Interoba and montreet for 12 months, will ple thef period belog Batavia sai former past show the pêh Thoma atligkih phích loss,

SECOND CABIN.

Return Ticket from Shegopore to Batavia and BOE HET BIJU.

From Singapore to Minto-

do. Do.

to Platavia- DECK PASSENGERS. From Bingapore to Rhio

Do.

Do. do. do.

to Slimo

Do.

28

49

10

to Batavia.20

Children under 10 years of age ball price

9 " of Free. For further information apply to Menara Madgaten WATSON & Co. Directore, Batarin,-or to Mesaro MACLAIRE FHasan & Co. Singapore.

Batavia, 26th Apríl, 1852.

NOTICE.

I and a?ior Wonday the 22nd: instant, until further notice,

Hongkong, 2nd Januuty, 1884.

TO LET.

TO CONFO HOUSES on the South Bids of Gogh Starr, and another on the North Mide of the same Sửng, each with B

Out home, Garden, &c. Apply so,

TO LET.

J. F. EDOBR.

THE HOUSE in Stanley Heng giljain- ing the ang now occupied by McCo- MALATH. For particulars apply to

N. DUUS & Co. Hongkong, 21st October, 1858.

TO LET.

A HOUSE in Cordion Terrace contain

ing 2 Mitting flooms and 2 Hed Roome, with authausen attached, and large accommodation for servants on the ground floor. Apply to,

TURNER & Co. Hongkong, 12th July, 1859.

TO LET.

THE well known Mimion Premises (for Afission prar only) of Rev, I. J. Rapeuta in Canton. The place in healthy, comfortable, well known by the Natives as a preaching place, and desirable as a Mission station. any wishing be rent call and examine the place, and apply to the Honakare and Carto STEAM COMPAny's Steandra | Mesort ResouLL & Co. for the larman.

Capton, Im January, 1864. will ply regularly between Hongkono, Canton and Madao, ovory Alowday, Wednesday and Friday (unless previous notice of deviation be given) as follows:

The Bont leaving Hoxounsa on Monday and CARTON on Friday, will call at Madão, starting at 7A.. The hours of departure at other times will be8a, and the boats will proceed direct between HONGKONG and CANTON. When inducement offera the Boats will call at Conexaoox but previoue Lion of such deviation will be given when prae- ticable,

The fares will be as heretofore.

In Chat Prasknoras between Hongkong, &

Canton on Alano & Canton S. Between Hongkong and Me -

"

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Dick Patengete, European - - 02

01.00. Malaya, &c. Chineer, $1. Passengers desirous of proceeding to Macao for short period inny oktam return "Fickola, available for the first or second Steamer after their arrival, at the reduced rates of 99 between Hongkong and Bacao, and $12 between Canton and Maso

Every Bro clar Passenger will be allowed one servant free of chargo,

The vowels will convey Freigh on the Lerma of their published scale; an which, however, some reduction will be made for large quantities, by special_greement.

All Payments whether for Freight or Passage to be made in Bpanish Dollars.

LYALL STILL & Co. Agents H&C. J. P. Ub.

Blangkong, 1816 Auguni, 1863.

WANTED TO CHARTER.

CHIPS of from 600 Tons and upward

fur converance of Chinees Emigrante 10 Havana. Apply to

LYALL, STILL & Co. Hongkong, 14th November, 183.

NOTICE is hereby given, that the Copartnership heretofore suisting between Youton Jonas Monnow and Janko Stephenaon, under the Style or Firm of MURROW, STEPHENSON & Co. has been this day dissolved. The undersigned, assuming the responellilies of the aid Firm, will In l'ature conduct the business on ble own account and in his own name

Y. J. MURROW.

Hongkong, 2nd Janunty, 1854.

NOTICE

W

NOTICE

THE undersigned begs to inti-nate, that the A. 11, Fare & Ca, will henerfs want be con-

bunkuren höretsfore extrind on by the Firm of

ducted by him under the style of On SILVER & Co, which Mr tko. P, Du Sjever in authorized to sign.

11. T. Da SILVER Hongkong, 1st January, 1856.

NOTICE.

8 barely given that the Copitnership heretofore existing between the undergard, carrying on business al Victorin, in the Colony of longkong. MCHCHANTS AND COMMINion Acanto, in this day dissolved by mutual comment,

8. D. NAWLE. 8. DRINKER.

Hongkong, 15th August, 1853.

-600-

L'IT'll reference to the above advertisement it is autified that the said concern will be wound. up by Ma 8 DRINKER, who is avifionized to adjust all accounts, and to whom all correspondence will be addressed.

*. B. RAWLE. 6. DRINKER,

Hongkong, 18th August, 1953,

NOTICE.

THE wadersigned begs to give noilor that he will carry on a Ganeral Commission nad Adency Businran, under the style and fem ol DRINKER & Co. and will occupy the premisra of the late bra of Hawin, Duingia de Ca

S. DRINKER. Hongkong, 13th August, 1863.

CIRCULAR.

Where the nor to inform you that we pill continua Business in Akwab, under the style and firm of LANGLOIS, M?KE?LAN & CA.

Que old experience in the Rira Trade in the gusfucks for the good execution of all orders

. J. P. LANGĻOIS.

DUNCAN, SORELLAR, Akyat, 11th Ocial, 18857 -

NOTICE

* PDE interest and responsibility of M" OLIVER · EVERETT ROBERTS in our Firm at Cane- fon und Shanghar ceased an the 20th June last.

WETMORE & Co.

Canton. Stal Decambar, $859.

NOTICE. THE interool and responsibility of Mr A. L. AoAnuo, Jr. in our Firm ceased from this date, and our Botiness will be conducted under the Style of G. L. AGARES & Cn, which Mr MALCUUS AGAREO is suthorized to sign.

A. & G. L AGABEG, Canton, Let January, 1854.

NOTICE

R JOHN BUTT be authorized to sign our

Grm by procuration.

MOLLIDAY WISE & Co. Carton, 25th January, 1854,

NOTICE.

JR BUAPODRJEE BYRAMJEE las ceased to sign our firm by procuration and Air CoWARE HORMUJER is authorized to sign the same by procuration from this date.

RUSTOMJEE BYRAMJEE & Co, Canton, 20th January, 1864.

NOTICE.

THE interest and responsibility of Bir JamORTJER

EnULIER in mr firm at Canton, cinend un li a31at December 1853,

E have this day established at Canton, under

the same style, a Branch of our busio Merchants and General Agents.

Mr. Epus Alexandru STILL is authorized to elg out from by procuration, and will represent us at CANTON.

LYALI, STILL & Co. Dongkong, la Juve, 1853.

NOTICE. R HENRY DAY19 ??authorized to sign ont

MOUL & Co.

1" HE

Conton, In February, 1984.

NOTICE

THE Copartnership hitherto existing between the undersigned, under the Firm of A. H. FRYER & Co, is this day disolved by mutual consent,

A. H. FRYER.

H. T. D??BILVER,

Hongkong, 1st January, 1854.

NLEBERWANJER ARDASELR BJANJAH & Co.

Camon, 4th January, (ŭk.

---

VUITII reference to the above notification beg to intimate chant, from this day, I hire asiak blished myself no a Commisnox Avast and Mer. Cuant in this place.

NEBSERWANJEG ARDASEGA UHANJAH. Canton, 4th January, 1951.

NOTICE

MR CHARLES BRODERSEN is admitted a Partner in aur Firm both at Canton and Hongkong.

Chios, 1st July, 1888.

W. PUSTAU & Co.

NOTICE

LIMJEEMIOY

DRUNSEEBIJOY

|

NOTICE.

THE interest and responsibility of the late M terminated on the 2uch of Saptrinber Jaat,

Willcom Okey Wandler in our firm

Canton, 12th November, 153,

171 PI reference in the store advertisement the basiness of the House will be eunducted as before by Ma D. JOHNSON under the nam name which Mn F. B. JOHNSON, is authorized to sign.

M JAMES BOWMAN will sign for us in Shanghoe by procurativn

W. . WARDLEY & Co. Canton, 12th November, 1833.

NOTICE

LL Persons having clawns against the Esista A of the late WILLIAM HENRY WARD- LEY are desired to acut lleem in forthwith to Meanc W. II. WARDLey & Co. Canton, or in M IN Jaman Bowman & Co. Shanghar, and theve k Jelned to the said Exate are requested to make immediate payment to the said parties.

D. JOHNSON

Administrat

F. 1). JOHNSON. Canton, 9th November, 1853.

NOTICE. JR. GEORGE GRISWOLD GRAY is au thorized to figa our wine by proceration. RUSSELL & Co.

Canton, 1st January, 1951

NOTICE.

M"

ER JAMES P. COOK is admitted a Partner with me from and after the date. The Bosiors will be continued under the Name and Byle of T109. HUNT & Co.

THOMAS HUNT, JAMES P. COOK. Whampoa, Is January, 1854.

NOTICE.

THE interes and responsibility of Ma JOHN PATON WATSON in our firm, coused on the 31st December, last.

WATSON & Co. Shanghae, and Jumunty, 1851.

NOTICE.

[B ROBERT MBOWELL SAUL has this day been admitted ammer in the 'me of SYNK & C KER

... Mais PITCAIRN, SYMB & Co, Baltvis. Gafurin, Lot January, 1854. NOTICE.

PUE undersigned have been appointed Agents at Hongkong for tho valscribers. To LLOYDS. Masters of Vencls are requented to communicato to them intelligence of losses, accidents, the peak. ing of Vesach, and any genetal information they consider of importance or interent to the nulactibern.

LYALL, STILL & Co. Hongkong, 3rd Beptember, 1852.

NOTICE

BUN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK,

CASI CAPITAL $1,000,000,

THE undersigned bave been appointed Anexts Jin China for the above Courant, and are prepared to cover Kiska, on first class vesiels, to the extent of $100,000. POLICIES payable in Canton, Bombay, Calentia, London and New York.

RUSSELL & Co. Camon, 11th January, 1864 NOTICE. LONDON ASSURANCE CORPORATION, Established by Charter 1790 Dent & Co., Agenta in Hongkong,

THE undersigned are duly authorized by the above Corporation to INỂURE FROM Loss OR DAMAGE BY FIRE, ??Hongkong, un Duildings, Goods, Merchan·liar and Vessels in Port lit Closs, on Houses in pirate sccupation unly with external Walls of Stone or Brick, and coverd With Blate, Tile, Metal, Cement, and viber Incom bustible Material, detached, ve neljoining one.

24 Class, on florais or Buiemesas erco ed mind. enverad so above, pantly or euinely used in Ga. dovenn, and deacbel; and on Qome and Man- chakpien, um hazardous, in such Buildings,

2d Class, on Hogers of Berkurnon as plove. sdjvining other Buildings, and on Goone mud Mam- CHANDIZ, not iranlous, therein.

4th Cluson Hotels or Botlines erected and covered no above, in which hazardous Goode are deposited, but no hazardous trade carried on.

5th Class, on Suite.

ASSURANCES may be affected for the period of 12, 6, or 3 Months,

No Insurance is in furce until the Premiwin

For further particulars, reference is requested to

WITH reference to the above Notice, Ma H. T. MOUNNEY is authorized to sign our Form thercon is paid.

Da SILVER in authorized to ule all Ao- counte for the late Pirm of A. U. Faran & Co.

A. H. FRYER.

H. T. DE BILVER,

Hongkong, In January, 1854.

by procuration, from the date.

p. pro. (IEERJEEBHOY ARDASEER & Co.

Comation Hosunosen,

Canon 16th January, 1854.

be made to the undersigned,

Hongkong, 6th October, 1553,

DENT & Co.

Agemin.

42

FASTERN MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY.

Regrann in London in 1853,

Meows Forcas Moruson & Ca.......... beretanes.

My Town Pantat & Do

Agents in Lampnal.

dona M resta ? c

Agrola se t'ndemit and Rangann Agente a Member-

Fit Years & Co... News Disne

Messes Mackatha Pramu & Co.

....... Agrals in Mad

Agente in Singapoer,

E underrigned have been appointed Agrate in Canton for the above Company, mid nie pre- pared to take Riski pryable wabout abic ment ál ibe place in three months, and in London or LaveR- Food in ear month, after proper proof of loss is given.

TURNER & Co.

Canton, 10th January, 1854.

NOTICE.

LL Persons koving claims against the Estate A of JOHN SMITH, deceased, Into of the Baique Red Rover, are requested to make them known to the undersigned, nad tleno indebted to the soil Estate ste requested er ske izmedeste post to Mr Joux Ginson, of the Steuer Hongkong, of la

ADAM SCOTT, Administrator.

Canton, 251b January, 1854.

TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. THE Directors of the AUSTRIAN LATS STRAN NAVIGATION COMPANY in Trieste, have made Arrangements for TELEGRAPHING MES- BAGES to London, or to any Part of the Cantinant, sent to them from 'kina,

The Messages should be sent under cover, super- veribed "Telegraphic Despatch," to the Alexandria Agent, for transmission through the Commanding Di?cer of the Steamer, and to be delivered immedi alely on arrival of the Vemel at Prieste.

The Charge for Telegraphing 20 Words from Tricate per Bubmarine to London, is about 16 Flo- Tins, or 32 Shillings Sterling; sud £1 Bierling fur

The writing must be in Irgible worde For further particulars, apply to

W. PUSTAUA Co. Agenic at Hongkong and C'anion Hongkong, 27th October, 1853,

FOR SALE.

HAMPAGNE in Piata and Quarte, Port Wien, Palk Burrat, Chamet sod Brandy, all of first quality.

ALSO,

Narae of sizes in Corks of 2 ewl. Apply in Hongkong or Canion to

LYALL, STILL & Co. Hongkong. In January, 1864.

FOR SALE.

THE cargo of Red and White LISBON WINE ex Onyum, jam arrived at Blacno. Apply to,

RUSSELL & Co.

Canton, 11th January, 1854.

THOS HUNT & Co. ILL continue to kapa Large and Extensive Aveorumant of SHİP CH?NDLERY, m The very Lowest Prices.

Whompan, le: January, 1854.

FOR SALE.

THE undersigned lately received per Clipper

* Sea Witch"--

An invoice of C. rneliva Patent Søler Stamil and Inging Lampe of 1, 2, 3, 4, 6. and 6 Burners, with cairn Globes, Chimarys, and Wieler, soil with or without Lustres. Alen, Band Lampe oi vatio

429.

50 Barrels Prima Mess Beal,

30

100

"Gollege Floor,

Pork.

100 Box's 11-chewer Balt-water Soapy

50 Barrels Prime Cider Vineget,

60 Boxes Nickel's Wine Buters,

50 Kegs Dried Apples,

25 Boxes H. Lamp Tabacco,

100 Tian Bent's Boda and Water Biscuite,

200 Gallons Spirits of Turpentine,

200

Boiled Lingend Oil,

100 Regs New York Bauer,

100 Tio Powdered and Lamp Bugar,

100 Barrel Pilot Bread.

Hides of Higging, Pamp, nad Bellows Leashor.

Also, constantly on hand.

Europe and Manila Rigging of all vizen, Canvas, Ter, Prints af ell Colours, and a completa Astort. ment of Articles weeronary for Shipa" ver.

Martell's Pale and Brown Brandy in Wood and Bouls; Sherry in Wood and Bottle; Gold and Pala,

Da BILVER & Co.

Hongkong, 18 January, 1854

FOR SALE

JUST RECEIVED a few Kegs of Prima Elampe

JUST for periur Butter.

Burd Wax, prepared expressly for Bouling purposes and Sealing Treasure Boxca.

Landing.

Soup sad Brailli in 6 lb. Time, Preserved Moats in 4 1h. Tina, Calcutta Bottled Alo (Base's )

ALSO,

Sliced Mangoa and Cashmere Chutnies, Mal- ligalunny: Curry Paste and Powder.

Ladira and land, men's White Kid Gloves of asword sites: Ladies Blockingt; Gentlemen's Blanched and Unbleached Boeks; Doeskin and Buckskon riding aud driving Glover; Neck ties : Superfine Black & Blue Broadcloth, fc., &c., ka.

An assortment of Bupertor Penkuives.

MAC EWEN & Ca Hongkong, 24th January, 1954,

FOR SALE.

COFFEE in Base of 5 lbs. a 15 lbs, each.

MAC EWEN & Co.

Hongkong, January, 1854.

THE FRIEND OF CHINA AND HONGKONG GAZETIK.

THE FUNEREAL CYPRESS.

(Cupressus Funebriz)

A the Seed of thi

FEW Packets of

beautiful plant have bran blained from the Green Tes_country, and are for Sale.

**J*" Kare received

a specimen of it, which

cabies to say

must be a plant of the fireatest branty."

"Agricultural Unaesto

From Lindley

Apply to

MAC EWEN & Co. Hongkong, 27th January, 1854.

ENGLISH OATS.

FOR SALE the STORES of the undersigned, fw bushels of English Ovre, weighing 43 lbs. per barbel.

Victoria, 10th January, 1864.

LIST OF GODS

H. MARSO,

FOR SALE at Mao. MARSI'S Millinery Rowe, Queen's Rond Hongkonz

CHOICE Selvetion of Bonnkte of the Latest fashions, resistor of Velvet, statin Lilice

A

Silk. Plan and Fancy Strawe of ovary description.

Black and Colored Silk Mantles.

Black and White Lace Do.

French Baregu and Crohmere Shawls French Glace & Taffeta Silke in every color. Black & Colated Silk Velveta.

Do Ribbons in all Wichha, Sash Ribbons.

Bonnet do., Narrow Matin, Luto & Savenet do. French Brocade 8.lk Dresses

Gluce Bill do.. White & Colored 7'ulle do. Lace do., Bairge de Bore d

Striped Poplin and Narwich 1.uere do French Mexico and Plain Musliu d· Laine Do. in White, Pik, Sky, Slate drab & Nap blun French printed Cambric and Mosli du.

Hoyle's Print do, Black & Colored Barego do. White & Colored Taslatanes in all colors. Swan and India Book Malina

Jacennes Plain and spotted Mulls.

Black Brunella Net, Whica do. Tulle illusion Blonde Edgings, Heat and Imitation Lace Lace Fallen Herthes, Sleeves, Cullara Chemisettes &., &c. &c

Plain and embroidered Cambrie Handkerchiefs. Infanu Ruber nod embroidered Frocks. Caps, and a variety of under clothing. White and Colored Kid Gloves, Silk do. Bracelets and Neck in.

Pearl Jel and Chenille Fland dresse Wreaths and Bouquets, and a cheio arlection of Feathers & Flowers from Madame Farriero's Paris.

An esortment of Ladies & Childrens Beota and Shoes from Fioult Este Rue de la Poiz? Jo?y a l'aris, comprising White & Colored Satin Shoes, Kid and Morocco da, Stuff and Coutil d., &c. &c.

Lines and Coulon Dispera, Trish Line. Brown Holland, -Colored do.

Horrocks' Long-Cloth, French Long Cloth very fae and light. Table Clotha very large sizes. Tabla Covers, Toilet Covers, Quika, Anti Vecam.r Lace Curtains, Mosquito Net, Rolled, Jacconst Lánings, Union and I will do,, Victoria and Vene tinn Shining. White and Colored Crinoliose, Cri. alino Petticoata and Improvers, Corded Ditto. Fice Flannels, Nursing Bays, French Wore do. Coutil de, Children's Binde, White and Colored Silk lose, Thread do, Merino do, Cotton do., Cotton Bocks, Wool Pollus, Wont Caps & Blora, Gaiters, Bontaine, Glores Comforters, &c. .

Woollen Hoods Braided Satia and Merino do. White and Colored Sun and Merino Bum, Braided Cloake and Pelioses, Procks, and a great variety of Children's Cloring of all kinds.

Haberdashery, Parasols, Elmatie Pagen Gastara, Bandalweb white colored, Wide Elac Wor ed and Leather Belts, Linen Tapes, Shirt Bostons, Dress and Trimining Buttons in great variety, Silk and Wool Braids. Cotton doc, Washing do., Muh-it Net, Ribbon Phise, Bugle Trimmings, Rewing. King and Meading Coron, Pine, Nellos, Hooks & Eyes, Whalebone, Covered Cane. Wad. dings, L'enton Corda, Ruches, Ribbon Wire, Silk Piping, Straw Temmings.

ALIO.

-From Price 4 Gonnell-

A small assortment of PERFUMERY.

Mr. Man begs to add that she will continue

to receive the LATTET Fantona from London nod Paris Monthly.

Payment to be made in Mexican Dollars, Hongkong, 30th December, 1858. -

NOTICE.

Seamen's Hospital

TADSTREE.

Honourshia David Jardine, Esq, C. D. WIL GAMA, Esq., Hon W. T. Murajn, Esq., H. 8. WALKER, Eng. Superintendent of the P. & V. Stram Navigation Company, (ez oficia)

Traumer,-J. C. Rowneso. Eng. Resident Surgeon-PETER YOUNG. Erg. Consulting Surgeon.-W. A. Haki ANO, Esq.

M.D. Acting Colonial Surgeon

Terms of Admieru.m. Publia Warda, --- 75 cents per day. Intermediate Wards, - 1

Dullar 11 Private Rooms,- -- 2 Pacienta ate also admitted on deposit, at the fol lowing rates, tenewable one day previous to the amount deposited having bean expanded,

Public Words,

OLS, Intermediate, -- - $20, Private Ronma,

-- $30,

1

The Captain or Consignera of Ventele mont ku responsible for the xposed of Palin sem by them to the Hospital,

N. B.-All Hospital Bille to be receipted by the Treasurer only.

NOTICE. NIEORGE LOGAN Hair cutter and Perf mer begs to inform the Ladies and Gentlenes of Hongkong, and Captains visiting the Colony, ibat he now carrier on the above buslares on the pre mins of Mr. F. Dudokit, Queen's Road, oppo so the Oriental Bank

N. H. Ladies and Gentlemen ottended at their own resideners if required.

Hongkong 24th January, 1854.

PUBLIC AUCTION,

TUE undersigned hos received instructions to well by PUBLIO Averir, on the Premises

ON FRIDAY.

the 10th day of Feb:wiry next. At Noon precisely,

Volen previously disposed of hy private enle, the following Properly, In one Lot.

That building in the Queen's Road known nothe

MOYGWONG OLTE HOUSE,

Aul the but buildings attached, with the land up which the whole in built-Registered is the Gawl Om e as Inland but No 16, measur ng 14 squate Inet.-Annual Ground Rent £129,"

Also in one Lat,

All the Splendid Furniture, Billiard Tables, Phe, Crockery, Glass Ware &e, &c. belonging to the above establishment.

Conditions of Sale, Catalogues of the Furniture Soc. will be distributed some days prior to the Auction.

GEORGE DUDDELL

Auctioner.

Bachelarial emma wa sen prepared en state li che vulpire to the a bemak, de magad so it is. As to the magnet exprssard that the feelings, Libres might have been spared in tar jutuvu) of much a sepa man bạt ?ôngothen that 11. das wware in CHIN A NESKA MAMLA in the winding mornine, to when a pondragonal get of the hour a mantharating ka moro nceupsable than what might by chance he

Srves albero,

SUPREME COURT.

SUMMARY JUMLADICTION. Friday, 3rd of February 1954. (Copelled No. 10 Pag 38.)

Mr Pollard oid there had been several decisions already given in this Court, altogether over sid. ing the Queen's Proclamation that four Shillings and pace was the solve of Spanis Mxican, or other Dolt-e of similar weight nud purity and specially cited the case of Bush v. Foote, in which ov.dance was given on the cost of Merchants in China when bills were drawn on thema for Dollaro of no particular dana. innation; and in which it was ruled that all mac= Contile accou is being kept in D llars Spanish, that that can, with it premium on Englid money, must be given in equivalent who are were drawn for without specification as to deription.

Mr Bridges said he had have instructed to try the point noe und r discusion in a case between the Government and the Peninsular and Oriental recontamers hind protrusted its having been so Storm Novigston Company, sad only arcidamis und at the pree at linze

Terament arr Thond not being a governokal anvant bind- seli na puke disinterestedıy-It inados considera. hle difference.

JUDORI can testify to that have ink that my-N."

Mi Duddell having obtained love to take, as His Lordship said "hin full Bling" with the subject, then proceniled to ludice his views; and an a garded what had been anid by Mr Pullard about customergued that the custom of m?rcliknis in Chine had nothing to do with retail transactions in Hongkong, plics which had to make a dus there -le, Me Dodell bad heard that it was the intention of Storekeepers to adversion that they would not sell anything bit for Mexican Dylan, god if this casu w . droided against hin, then, within a month, there would be a difference of Billy per crallt voca Mexicau D-flare not ? vzdial Aluney.

Rongkong, 9th November, 186Y.

NOTICE. HE Sale of the Hoxerona Cura Hover and

FORNITOR," is postponed uncil Friday 10th February 1954.

Hongkong, 26th January, 1964.

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.

TO LET

THE HOUSE in Hollywood Bead Lely, occupied by Capten HoLWORTHY, Cyan Rail

Fut particulars, apply to

M. BURGOYNE. Wellington Street. Victoria, tot February, 1854.

NOTICE.

NY Mercantile Firm in Canton requiring a A CLERK, will be good enough in intimate the sama by Ltier to A. B. C care of the Editor of this ppor. The adverteer has resided in Canton errorul paura.

A

"Priend of China" Office, Hongkong, 4th February, 1854.

Folt SALE

BOUT 500 Tons best English Aberom

Merikan STEAM COAL bond pokedua daily expert d to arrive. D-livery to be taken from single the ship. Apply, in Canina,

to Musim HOLLIDAY, W18(c) & fe,

or here, lo 1. MARSHALL Hongkong, 7th February, 1854,

PUBLIC AUCTION. RUDDELL structed to all without Favette, on Saturday next the 11th instant, at 11 o'clock a. Nyt his MART, Queen's Road. A quantity of Ship Gear saved from wreck, onm primog Spare, Saile, Awning, Anchor and Chain Cable, Rigging and Mays. Hups, Blocks, fron Hook, Hewan, Hulla Eyre and Patent Lights, Ship's Wheel &c. &.. & Now landing and on vise on the above Freiniare.

N. H. By express desire on the mme day above at Noon will be sold the well known Sydney Horn" Arthur" quiet in Ride and Dove.

Jongkone, 7 h February, 1954

NOTICE.

New Advertisements should be sent as early a possible on the days previous to publication; but generally, advertisements will appear in the forth. coming issue if recrined at the office as late as Eleven Weinandays and Saturdage; specially excepting the days on which the Mails are despatched to Exupe

Unlied Bio

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LATEST DATES.

Dea. I andern island Nov. -- Halavia

16

Nur.

Calcuta

Jaby. 18

Labuan

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Hombar

Jaby.

Singapor

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Bydues

Nov

C. u G. Flepe

Oes.

1. AIDOT

Bar Finni

DvG.

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Mabila Shanghae

JADY. 30 Juny.

JanyS Juny - Jang. -

THE FRIEND OF CHINA AND GONGKONG GAZETTE.

VICTORIA WRDNESDAY, FEBRUARY ?rn, 1864.

AIN

DIARY. KEMPGANDA UNTIL HELT FIBLICATION F+BRUARY.

|ilton # STER Run | Sets | L. N. | P. M. Woradny,- Thursday,--

0 37 0,5%

622

563

707

0 14 4.63 7.39

IDFrid

6,20

4.64 7,67 8,21 Full Man on the 13th, at 10, 33 ??- Apogee to day at 8 a. m.

FL. At. Stes Ship Encounter, striven au wa ga to press, from Labuan via Marila, The following vessels had renched Manila before the 4th jam sis, the Gambia.-Casei.i-Timpo-Fres Trader Autors-N. Bilbino-Cervantes & Jorge Jun.

We then an our City Parkenpan han complained of being open ape by simmet Artende on the party sähded to in the pathe

sat sea, cherping by saying that the party is in Jaghattan, ??

We thought

i sommermany in print the tone in bus et dirt- although we had off

Mr Pollard said it was the regular prao- tios of Chiness Storkaspers to suit fing buyers in what cuin they were going to pay and they raised or lowered the price according to the nature of the coin they know they were to bo

paid in.

His Lordship nekod if an Ordinance explaining the Proclam (bon would met avert the mischief

M. Duld aid the Acts of Parliament, 2nd of William the 4th, and Jud of Gourge the 4th, C?p. 34-were explicit on the point that no custo The Queen had declared Mexican sod Spik no urago-could ovor ruls is currency malier"m Dollars to be legal coins of the value of in al each and no ipore,

The Judge said the Proclamation was only in- tendal to bave effect in the absence of apreial con- tract. The P-ninsular and Gricatat De apoy advertised in England then they wanted £130 only their varsels to be, for a passage in either

and vice versa. But here this (30 mas he paid in Spanish Dolls, which makes it bp to £1 40 or $50. Mr Pullard and Gov-ramous bruke through their own proclamation belf a dozen times a year, when buying money to pay the troups.

Me Daddell mid the Commissariat transactions wore purely exchange operations, and the Com- minenzial had a right to pay what ammber of ghil linge they liked for thole D llar. Something was then said about the Crown Lumen, and one being produced it appeared that government stipulated for the payment of rent to them in Dillate after the rate of exchange as which their servants were paid-that stipulation was made before the Queen' rents and all governinem dues were receivail, from Proclamation appeared, and the Exchange at which

and after the appearance of that Procl proer to fout Shilling and two pence per Dollar, im-nadively shared from four 8 silings so lone at which it has alwaya mnge in med.

His Lonbhip after hearing and saying a good desi menee than we: hata kara ceported, then told Mr Daddell that he would take time to look into the subject, but that if he did not hear from hom on or briore Monday he was to consilor the deelal of the Court as against him (and where Me Duddell's agreements run for Mexican Dol it, he will have to pay ben, er vel market Afference against English Money-and the surne wbare the agreement in for Spanish Dollars.)

Ar the close of the Bitlings in Summary Jarls diction on Friday last, Capioin Flahbouros R. N. on behalf of the Officers and the crew ul H. M. S. 8. Hermes, applied to His Honor the Judge in Ad- miralty for a review of Mr Gaekall's charg-1 for obtaining a Judicial order regarding the number of piratical vessels and their crews recently cap- red by the Hermor on the Coast. The Acting Registrae having certified to the conformity of the charg??with those allowed on taxwiin, (iš Obimor declined to make the order Captain Fishbourne required.

I came out in garment that Capt. Fahbusine had been told by an officer of the Court that the only Proctor he could employ ia suoli a muter was Me Qushell, This is Monor mid was a mielake- Mr Cokeld was the Queen's Proctor, and the party. under the Queen's Advocate, who would have to ente, if wecentury, the Hermer claim bounty for services C-prain Fishbourne repasted that he had been anxious to engage Air Jefferd Tarrant, but that he was told he could not. He thought the charges made very high ;-and beving pad similar carls on a former occasion, withou', after all, being of his Officers anit Crew he was desirons of har awarded by the Crown a single faning, oa baba |{* ing the £100 now charged reduced to a murd moderate figure,

His tonor and the services of legal men werd necesary in these matters, and such servicen musi be paid for. He hoped that for the hundrede i pounds paid by Capt Fahbourne, he would, as he might expect, receive back his thousands, (W. learn that an Interlocutory decree was gromed on

??petition for bounty money to two separate ap-

hention. On the first 150 wien were allowed- The eecond 1170 :-and, if awarded at the atmo le no the Ciropatra, the ffermes will obtain about 1,000 For general servinen randarad on this Lation, if not for this particular busieran, we heartily ut the Hermes will get such an amount of bounty)

---

We conclude, in the present imur, the report the hearing in Dudilelf at suit of Lapraik- be question about the value of dollars in this Entony-the Chief Judice haring, since the caring, confirmed the decision given, vir, that han "un agreciment ruis for dollars of any articular denomination, such dollars must be

with, in English money, whatever pro fum they command in the Hongkong insrket, That this decision is founde i on any other but n-c principles which ought in rule in the Ju- cial mind we have not now the slightest sire to gainsay :-but taking the stipulatione the lease by which lands are held lor the frown in this colony as a starting point,-the Juozu's proclamation of the 5th May 1945 an rulor--and the Order in council of the 18th cluber 1852 ma clinclur.-w c?n l�?m�?hat the sooner un Ordinance is passed in explain seny the ambiguity most evilemly exiting, e koner we shall return to the opinion that be Crown when it maue proclamations does nt do an for the bunefit of a particular section | itu subjects,-or au a mere instrumment to aid |enerying out Haown purposes,

If the Queen's proclaination that a Spanish Bullar, an legal tender, shall be deemed Forth four shillings and twa pence and only intended to apply in par more, cular cases, and not generally, why does of the proclamation also run in the terms | Judge Hulino's locision "save and except In all special contracts for the payoient

THE FRIEND OF CHINA AND HONGKONG GAZETIE.

reach Europe and Budia braide their convoy. Roces) sod, over riding the Queen's Proclamin- tion, insisting on squeezing theme who the frostunee with them out of £10 or £29 more for a pongo to England than is charged at home, is an act of contempoble meanness the mer the Dis rectore are commanded to sher the butter for their character.

If pushto the very name of dollar alın?ld b expunged from our Colonial vocabulary. The ?ricotal Bank should paun its notes for atorling money.??they choose to receive Deifars for such notes alter any eat they seo fit to charge, let that be their Guaniona, Le Cons of the United Kingdom be almo the mgoddard of our currency-vad let coms of all other countries qud demonio tions bo treated An articles of barter and account.

Jenny be aid in reply that silver is the sole cir culating medium large transactions in Chi un, and that it will be found impossible to carry on trade without keeping it is entsideration, But a similar argument was n-ed a sluart time ago na applicable to Spanish Dollars-ul that trado could not be carried on withunt them - that they should be the basis in every long ;-- jet we towoc Spanuli, Mexico, and other dollar-declaredot par, and trade likely togo on as well as it did before. The sono rasuli may be exprated with gold; and from the large use Chinces are now making of the

tal, in the shape of thick leal, convunical for carrying on their person sawn up on their ap parel, we think Che day is not `iouch farther distant than the regolar amablishment of the now dynasty, when gold will enter into the fiscal operations of Chine, in equal ratio with the pre sent preponderating specific.

of particular coins"-ne why are Spanish, | Tun P. & O S. N. Co.'s Steam Ship Formosa, fcxican, and other dollars spoken of at all? Captain Christian, arrived in harbour yester

the proclamation at present staude, it can day morning (having made the land the night aly operate in favour of the Cons; and

before) bringing 1450 Chests ad Bengal Deng, Jl in averting that very noon slaus state of and some duz a large and small boxes of Treasure (immaterial is a mount). Passengers Tairs which, ontd recently, we have sten btaining in all transactions between the Can. Cour Basildoff (Rusman service) and Mr n Government-ite receivers of revenue-and Domee. We take from the Englishman the se payore of duties.

following report:-

Opium The Grat sale of the Season 1852-53

"one compuitment--Fabuna in another-Syd- ncy in a third-Formwoon in a fourth, nud ma in, -uch a combustible misterial so Patent fuel being kept entirely apart from other mat ter. Lucbonaceous minerals of different kinds, being so kept separate, would not, we think bikely to break out in spontaneous coinlius toon however much they might be exposed to the effects of the weather.

The making dad un cento 10 1300 na we expected, and Indica il Beames from the Com pany's vessels, and Men at war in port, and also from the 59th Regiment, were, for two nigile, const silly coployed upon several firo en gines, One of these Engines a new me from the Alliance Office, threw more water than thret: others, together; but the Officer in command of the detachment of skiers that first put it play bad want difficulty in finding out the proper mealot of ngeng the hoca &c. and it appeared to us greatly to be regretted that so fine an Engin? had not an experienced Fire- man to look after it. * Every mùa in his Trale" is an useful mouxun : med Officers of the Queen's Any may certainly stand excused for bung ignorant of the use of the Pump mod Squirt.

A REPORT has got into cirenlation--low we do not know-ibat a vossel has been seen a-wreck in the J'alawan.

He appears that our Contemporary of the Jail over stated the number of deaths on board the Peruvian Ship Empresa be about a fourth, The oblation to the denon was co-mousted, wo are told, by a beentumb of a hundred and twenty, out of three funded and eighty snols. CAVE-Over crowding, -Fever,-Want of Medicnics

STEAMER "Bintinek," Izra Nov, 1853. To the Bisectors of the Peninaplar and Oriental

Company, Lendenhall Street, London. Gentlenes-As Padengers Com England to indie by the Mail of the 20th October, we deem in af importance to the insorests of the pubire, to bring to the early notice of the Comprùy, the unsatisfac- was held at the Exchange Hooms on Monday last,ory of the Transit arrangements, for the transport of Paterngers' luggage fruin the Steamer and gave the following Frouft:-

on the Mediterraneen, until it is embarked again on Highest apt- Arng, Proceedi Bebar, 1,855 815

'The luggage on this part of the Strainer at Norz 795 B-15 12 106 193 Hemorre,-- 1,170 Notwithmanding the increased quantity put up, tha

Chat

sale was used by epired bilding thronglow, and prices ruled higher slion was anticspated, the China news which arrived on the 10th istaut, the asle being rather unfavourable, our adviera datel Hong Kong 23 d. 1)-cember, quote Paina 43614, Bears, #3711 and the market dull, Exchange in Calouste Co's Rs. 2:39 in Co> Rs. 240 por 1000- famediately alter the fiovernment sale, prices fell to C's K. BOW for Patna but several purcha are having been male for actual shipunant, quate- tion were for Paine On's Ra 807, for ente CoR BR2 her chest,

Exwria an abora

To Chins,

The basin of Chinese fiscal operations is bet- r then own. They require Juties to be paid pure silver: consequently, the molting pot ad fining stone in all that is necessary in coin- Jying with a requisition. But, the use of the first Liliese instruments being innonveosent, Consent | given to take dollars by weight and touch, Ewas the arbitrary, unwarrantable, and er- uwenue dollar value fixed by the Strolly-tho sceivers of the ravenue-wruch the late pirn

nimations wore intended to remedy. A short Ime ago we heard in Centon a good deal of Complaint about the obstinacy of these when find hade special agream at tej payment ui Span- Sh, and who refused to take Mexican Dollaru ??an equivalent; and at this present moment here are, we believe, money dealers in prison or what is deemed a contempt of Govern ozat, refusing to acknowledge Afuxican and Spo uk dollars an of equal value. So much lor Chi ere determination-so much for Clancer ju cial firmness, in causing the received laws of le realm to be respected

e basis of English fiscal operations is gold-thor Irty shillings worth of silver enins of the nited Kingdom being the largest amount emed a legal tender in payment at one time | Spanah dollars, worth in the Bazaar fize ilings each, are sendered in payment of overnment dues, they can only be received the Treasury at a vurn approximating bo eir intrinsic value, vrt 11. 20. Wual govern fent always does with Spanish and Mexican llars when it gets then, we canimul any, some casos, we believe, t'my are paid fo Srecninant sortunis, always, however, after a rate of four shillings and two penca This not fair to the Culony, and must be the cans of creating jealousy butweon one gave miment servant and anther. It paid bus wages dely in English money, no Government sur

ot has a right to complain; for the legal coins the United Kingdon are never below the fluo at which they were in-uod from the Mont hid 4) present are muc five por gent above **-[('ha te not sate-fed with bin sulary, what

er it may, amount to when paid in Engleh

old, he should ask for more and not covet assient in dollárs coined in a foreign mint,- adulging desires it is his duty to eccliew, | Mat though receiving Mpanuh dulları at four polinge nod two proce each, in wesking pay- Pies, where Spanjen dollars have seen the tims of contract, Government i always willing | pay the difference between them and En

is manos. On one occafion we received fun the Colonial Treasury seven, at konther ficen per rent, in additi?u to the number of ollare calculated after the rate of four shillings hid twa pence each-ihe rate of difference aving to be certified by two rendent mer-

te

The Ordinance suggested by Judge Holme cannot so well answer the purpose required

new Proclamation, in which Apnouch, Mexican, and other dollars shall be distinctly eclared articles of commerce, only receivab'e to the Colonial Treasury according to their eight and finences; and it would be well Government made it imperative on those stablishments incorporated by Royal Cuar ar to aid and assist in bringing into full

For peration the laws of the realm. Trge Company like the 1). & V. to tuko idvantage of our necessition, (there being nu other regular mokos here by which we may ** For giving a servant da. 101. for a Grown piree, a Chinese bbopkeeper was, very properly, sesenced by dning Megistrave, he other day, in a short bopilnonieal,

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Singapore, -

Pinang,--

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1,320 chests.

200 25

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The Formosa left Calcutta on the 18th-- Bingapore the 20th ult., and bus had finu wen all the way up the sea. The Pakin wa going into Singapore as the Formosa left, and the Ganges was passed the day afterwards. The Jane Ewing exchanged numbers on th 3rd instant, aliost latitude 12-longitude 112 carrying a heavy press of caoraus. The Formosa brings no news of importance. She is circulated to leave again for Calcutta on Wod- nesday the 15th instant at 2 ??m

As wo anticipated, when the wnoking mattor WEo ali Fear lam web from thes I, dc t &N Co West Point Godowoc, it turned out that the cause of alarm arose train La- buna Coal and Patomi Furl beng placed with each other, and allowed to get thoronglily sa- tura:ed with rain water before the Sed whe roofed and clued in. We believe, for this, there is every excure for the Company's O cors at presunt in Hongkong, who bad, on tak- ing charge of uffleo, but intle time to make pr vision for Muring the increased stock of coals hastily thrown on their hands on the Company ublaring the Semi-monthly Mail

contract..

But it should be a lesson to these gentlonien In be careful how they bring coals of diferent Countries ingether. English Coal should be in

??Aber wating in we sceived the Frant of Endje of the 12 h who, in which, op aking of the tourpany's gosplug propensiles, the floor saya. -

* Well awaja ma passengers from India book manauly to the caganara of a voyage, whies may dinalaish the rema vauvallekte in England, itqke P.& 0 Company) kao male payo to Egiptului de expermite un te liruat dirimum."

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the route appears (as far as ita transport sa e incera. md) to be frất to the wild mismanagement në the Egyptian saimen and Arabs of the D-vert, and the reckicne treatment which it receives at their da, dore it a inter of surprise that any por- sion of it esexpes serious injury,

Many of us wanera d the boatmen at Alexandria literally picking Trunks, Boxes, Portmantenas, Hat Bagés, &e "indiscriminately from the portion which the men stood on the Stromet platform and ladder, into the bottom of this bosi below; distances varying from 3 to 19 feet. Not the slight. cat consideration was shown for die nature, viza, or drecription of package, and this boatmen up, peared to be working wahout say check or control whatever over their proceedings. The came e?ene was repeated with somewhat l'as vi"dones at Bura, is removing the luggage from the pier platform su the small Breamer, and several passengeti hava moffered from the destruction of bozos, dic., und damage of properly consequent on this grass me. menagement. During the transit across the Desert, the baggage appeared to be left to the meflective control of the camel drivers; and akhough pro

poly appear to be protected during this part withe journey plunder on a largo ueule, yet petty theft of leather stropa, kicks, cover, cordage, ¿ce,

ate roman".

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nfrenly been edeched in many of thes Deskjet na cangements, and we feel satidind thrt, as the inter ents of the Company and thean of the public m Chemical, can only require defiets to be legugst to none by the passengers travelling thus important route, to ensure the beal existions of the Company for their femova).

We propose to give this communication pabderity through the ton Newspapere. We have the koner tube, entlemen ywurinbestient per Vallás.

(good) W. Bosby; it. F. Wien: Jis. Wigs choter 1 J. T. Young ; M. Mall; Jao, Ming W. Field; J. Nunpoon ; A. E. Paul; H. Liopl; and GU. Cberant. (Bombay Pansengern, j

Cano, Sth Nov 1993. - Oi:hnen the Pasks arrived at hus Capual, from the shors of the Red Sea on Sunday Let the 30th ultimo; in per- fret hech of body and mind, and in the bighest spirits. Immediately taking up his reduce at Halmiah, ko nem-need a cearching investigation thin the gater plate of the county, and what bad been done during his abuenev,-ijalnost need. less to mention that pecufation was paremont in every department, quite sufficient to irritate and provoko lebt disposed Huler on earth. His Il-gline afterwards visited the Qua factory, and inoje 1?) the actne with hir own hands, by trying the efficiency of the muskete den; after coveral boots of ramination, he ordered a general trial of all the fra arme, and that every Musket should be put into proper repair and every way titted fue ef. lective use." I flighness is also raisi further supply of men far the Sultan in case they ny be required; and to complete then arrangements ha bas appointed his son Elintaro Para, Simmar of War. for the duties of which he is to be trained by the most experienced ofliceza and ministers, who fd been previon-ly in the service. Many busa found fault with bis & Iration en placing so young man, (unly 1 years old) is an important and re- sponsible an offire, but his youth is perhaps hei best commendation; wa mif not forget that Mr Pitt was wonde first Jard of the Treasury l Chaarellos of the Exchequre when 21 pair of gr. First there will be no danger of manipu teachers ut plunder-aguia, it is a step towar promoung on herilitary and rational succession in the immediate family of Alibas Pasha, fie en the present state of affairs, it is extremely didicult to rule o people who waterly know whom they bara to obey, and living heretofore in the arta of dig simulation and herbarion, there is burdly a day posting, that we have not some scandalone orpori, sitfully put into virculation, de pratily some disp. pointed expremija ar get ceringe, and these weet- cher have eliqua of hired "landerers who earn these word by propagating every sort of defumu tion against the conduct of the Piston. These pri- vale astutzins of character, se content if they can only feceive the prople for a few days, un?) they gather more gred in mudez in anw a new crop of scandal, to keep the poble moiad in a cuortant state of delis excitement, so that it becomes utterly possible for any plain man to gei si a grauine fin, or detect a groan falchwil, until a bed eme presnen is made; the pople in general have no test taste for truth, they are so charmed with reil posle that they will believe nothing else, whil good repte, and noble act,dus, are unver hevad. of and on riduan notice or Gelerid Men's vices lize in brass; their virtues we were in wales," these act of news ninagars are very busy, and ever ready in ente their interruation under the loose and domay veil of high authori'y1 and we be to those who venture to gainsay u but they arsert,-it a anda a fut until there calunnies wear our for want of the only support that could sustain them, namely the plain truth. A report got into very general circulation here a short time ago, coining (as it wae said) from the French Consulticontal, who bad just arrived from Cunstrutinople, that the Itus-ing had made a general, allwrk on the Torks, the former having cto-sed the Danube. Two or three days proved this an unter talrehand, Pepers bave arrived here un far na the 24th ultimo, and all appenso as yet quiet. For my own part I could never give creduse" to a pince of news su devojd of competency. The Russians ste skrendy in pos ression of the first provinces of the Turkish Em- pire, and are there exercising full right of auvereign- sy willout opposition wad will no doubt keep jön. ression of the juniors unhl turned out by a cup de main The Russians have croated the Danube to anni.silate the presumptuous Turk who foren la terist the sway of those believers of the orthodox Greck Church, over which the Runsion Emperor rules as Pope, and it is to maintain this apritent ouvernignty thist human beings are forced from their homes to the al cughter. Where is our boast- ed civilization ? Should the Czar be made to un- dermand this case of real orthodoa Curatseity, war might have been averted according to Mr. Cu den'e plan. Although assisted by all the lerretica the Emperor of the Sclavonians to daunted,-but we not explain to top Imperial Abijesty the tent meaning of this word orthodoxy? Why t has no messing at all, yet thousands are to bierd for it--orthodoxy in religion and logie ip n törte Feline term; ail religions profess uithodnay, for Viete in no man or Society of men who would willing- ly profess themselves to be in errut and akerwords practian il Now it is but fair to instruct. Hie Melavonian Majesty test that all Human Cathol es whe firm are decidedly the most numerous boly of Chronises, the bust andunt, and have over bon the ipust mumerous in every seo-leg ote then double of all other Ebraliin mets of every demomnimation, and are fully ten to our of any seprints, rect,--that all then learned Christans pronounce themvolves not only onblox, but com sider the Emperor of U· ssin n downright heretic, He church bring generally styled schismatical, only to distinguish or from that portion of the Greek who bad abandoned thest estors nad return. ed to the Roman Catholio pale. We have his meat Christian Majybin most Catholic Majestywe only want he most orthodoxy. - we have found loon amongst the Raspang, But oder all this beast, let us contemplate the so- Bulut war between these mighty unrises and weigh the strength of this great northern gint Teja o quite as lostpilables he would wịch tư appear; we shall also do him justice-ho u nol reckless of human blood, and there are other goud

This very umantisknetary eiste of things might we imagine, be easily and economically remeted by the appointment of a Logangs officer, sillet at. lecked to the stramurs, or stationed at Alexander and Burs, whow duty it should be to superinland the embarkation and disembarkstion of the bag. gage of passengers, and who would see that the Mersity Mekla and appliances were provided fur jlo cafu removal. This op rating med not seenpy more time than at prevent: system and order wie more likely to ensure exp -dition, than to impede j

There is another cause of discomfort and incon- venience in the Transit arrangements on ile kame wart voyage, which (as it los bean experienced by aome of us) we deem it well to bring in the notice of the Company. We allude to Mio practice of requiring wil the passengers to leave the Staatger at Born at any hour of the night at which she may arrive. The inconv pience and uten personal risk to ladies, children, and invalida, jo being transferred from noe Steamer to another in the dark, losing almar night's rem before a jurney over the Lies 16 and taking the ence of procuring aceminumny at the incomodious Hotel at Buts during the might, are ortions. The practice is not obrerved on the Medverranean side, and it in one for which we cannot perceive the necem y ; as, eres if that Alvils were despatelied tem limurs before the pis sengers, (the lunges interval wlweb could uccur between dark an) daylight) the later would still attive at Alexsm-lein before them We couler tlini disembarkation at night should be left options). with pastregere, with the understanding, that all; must be ready to leave the v. tool at daylight in the morn.ng

There are other po`nts in the Overland artanga- mems (much on the crowding of the Nila and Caval boste, The difficulty of ascertaining the correcinoss

" te to the fashion to any wa wan a great debt så gentiende to the P. &. O. Company. Nana are mere willing thin curseiros de confess the obligation. They have subcardná in establishing a curacion, which appeated fören years since in be almat kepelers, and here maintained a with a regolarity which has rendered the pathic impatien of the sightcat de Nevecibelean, they have been splendidly eewarded. They have been analård va to lea Navy, naloge no tu comder theta a attritime Power Inverents alond which would suffice to keep that Naty in gegnir for pents with an addition, to nent Thule derveturn in Parliament, and so deride pro?ks which servo, le awaken tha envy v�? of charges by the Transit administration for exten the such Iders on the best Nadway lines. The pubke are] luggage, &c.) which still require improvement ; pe-resivity ungr vieľal ; but the time may become whanj | sai we ate now moto desirous to bring matters of indigokut at a tardiwear which would statale ba endursd

prominent importance to notice, then to enter into by Spaniards, they may stike s batanee, and drouge that

faber details at present; and is those now specili. gratitude in dun from the Compan, seihe pubke, and mut

ed involve both secotuy ul prean and secuing of Gom the public to the Company.

the public, who pay hugely for the advantages of dor coute, we trust that the inmediato albeutet of The Directors will be given to the exoject, and that they will address the" Traadit Adminstration on Home point which are not immediately under the contr.) of the Company

??Thle leibe form now nedby the Orienta) Bank Cor- poration; Dod, oulike thole 23-eurpotuilonnes of the 17, & U. song? delers caly, are up coded, they do not take ad- vanings the wrong way, but humuoraky pay them at 1.1.1-or Spanish duflar ihin.

The Onil Bish Carpeession Promise to pay the Barron demand at their few bore (Honghung), vale Dellars, or the equivalinó in Currency i ??Jeland, rettered.

By Order of the Coun of Director,"

the .

We cannot ched the letter without expressing out one of the macked improvement ibat d

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tai in the character of this Depor, he u da pored to be genorous; he is inteligent and even cunning, for he dose not often put forth all his power, knowing that it would be unsafe and could not endure lung. This piece of prudence be bu learned from ?be destruction of his predreemura,

THE FRIEND OF CHINA AND HONGKONG GAZETTE

If you as this worthy of publicity you are at liberty to use it.

I am. Kir, youre respectfully,

(F) 1, BRI108,

These celebrated Pillo are wonderfully výlonciona on the

Agw

tle knows that the vengeance of the people in most | Alkma

Pseudoka, on King's

dangerous from their ignoranes and length of their | B Complafate Fevers of all kinde Kual sufferings; Government which hesitates at moth jag, but rests wholly on the stupidity of the people,

in more drunde ihan permanent ; there ia in Itu misery amongst the masses, brutality in the Army, discreet and worror of those who sta most to be drondod, mananem and netrilty in the Clergy, with perfily and dusmanulation amongst the Nobles Bach is the real state of society in Humin; and is is with this heterogeneous masa of vice, ignomnce, and exrruption, that Nicholas sitempista throw ba weight on Europe, and establish his power in the Wow; but this sort of power imposes its own honito" After all, Nicholas ir at the mercy and under the ear.trol of his agents; distance proles? iguonoce of facts, and the ignorance of Lieutenants makes him dependent on their reporte, nor can be rely on the good faith of his subordinater, l'om bined Europe could at a breath compel Rurks to retire from her position to sinh l? the venle of nations, and now that her power is simplu to that of Turkey-a power more of sufferance than reality. --all is show and outward appostsace, it is an illusion, a piece of grandeur wishing to appear civilized, whilst in reality she in barbarous. Tibe sovereign of Russia aspires to civilise his countty by means of its own congire, by cultivating those

beligations and propensities with which Nature | bas endowed the poople, he will nequica a inore Insting and extensive renown, and will find himeelt exorcising legitimate power amongst the waliopa al the world.

Evon Turkey becielf would then Jofuelerilly succomb to his influears, mahout crest- ing moy je?lousy or alarm.

Bot be bas kust his opportunity-he has not pur- sued this (noble and honorable course, and has made no effort in the right direction for a consider able time at leant ; but this issue, whatever it may be, will displays grand rpeessele for future gené- rations.-Bambay Times, Nov, 26.

HOLLOWAY'S PILLS

EURPRISING CURE OF A CONFIRMEO ASTIINA. AFTER FIVE YEARS' SUFFERING,

The following tentimenini has been sent to Professor Haleway by a törutteman named Middleton, of Scotland Road, Liverpool.

sir-Your Pilla have been the mess, under Provi dence, of restoring me te sound health, after five years of severe action. Dering the whole of that period. Iwered the most dreads attacks of Asthma, fre quently of several weeks' duration, attended with a sloles cough, and conclamel quitting of phlegm inter mixed with blood. This so shook any conalliation abai I was united for any of the active duties of life. ??was attended by some of the most eminent medicul men of this town, but they failed to girame the slight- at relief. As a losi rem?ly I tried your Pillo, und is about three months they effected a perfect cure ut the diaro, totally eradicated the cough, and tentored tone and vigour to the chest and digreve organs.

I am, ir, your obedient Servant, Dated Jun. Lat. 1953, (Signed) H. MIDDLETON,

A PERMANENT CURE OF A DISEASED LIVKR OF MANY YEARS' DURATION.

Copy of a Letter from Mr. Gamis, Chemist, Yeovil, to Profesor Holloway.

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SHIPPING IN CHINA.

MERCHANT VERJELJ.

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There is a considerable saving by taking the large time.

N B.-Directions for the puldanos of patients in every disorder are a?ixed to each Pot,

Feb.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

ARRIVALS.

AT HONGKONG,

Canton, MOT bristian, belg

Cornwall, ship Deutschland, ship Den Anlas schooner

Eamont, schoener

FI. H. Jenny, ship Fatbaho Kalam, torque Orlanato, ship'

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Jacobs Cerella barque | Dat Jahi N. Galer, skip

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Neptune slip

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Parachute, bly

Potomac, lilp

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Statraman barque

Thomine, barqen

That, schooner

Waldemar.bocquo

Vigilant, culler

WC, ship

4, H. M. 8. Spertas, Caja. Hoste, from Shanglar, Walter Marrica, barque

29th January.

4. Edmont, Browa, from Shangbae, 27th Jany.

4 Deut.chland (Brem), Laind, Tram Whampos.

5, Grimeneza (Peru), Penny, from Calla, 7th

Dreamber

T, Br, Farmer, Christiss, from Calcutta, Jan. 18.

1. Neptuno (Bis), Morrison, fram Whainpos,

7, Brackief {\m), Thompson, from San Fran.

cisco 23id December.

8, Early Bird, Park, from Whampoa.

PAISENOEMI.

Per Edmont, 26 Chimen

Per Firmoos, M. Hasikdorf nad Servant and M. Demoe

Par Alischief, 113 Chinese,

Feb.

DEPARTURES,

PRON HONOLONG,

6, Mazeppa, Kyrir, Eau Coast.

6, Mary Spencer, Fisher, Liverpool,

6, Evangeline, Hetor, Whampoa.

6, (opia (Am. Whalery, Newell, Whaling.

7, Bu. Forma, Christina. Cunsing mom.

H. M. Ship Spartan, Whampon.

1 tl. M. Str. Hermes, Whapon.

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The Peruvian Ship Grimeneza, on the 20th ult.

lost overboard, zu ??Gisle of wind, the Seamati

Rodreguer Valdiwaos.

The Lamont on the 271b uk. passed H. M. Str. Hatter in Woosung River

SHIPS UP WAR IN CHINA WAS EMS,

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Dear Sir,--a this distrlet your Pilla command a more extenaire tale than any other proprietary madis eine before the public. As a proof of their ency in Liver and Billous ('omplaints' I may mention the fol

A lady of this town with whom I am lowing ca personally acquainted, for years was a nevere Bever from disease of the Elver and digestive organs; bar medical attendant amured her that he could do nothing to celleve her au?erings, and it was not likely she coulil survive many mouths. This unouncement naturally caped great alarm among her friends and relations anil they induced her to make a trial of your l'illa, which

Improved ber general health that she was induced | Plynomoth to continue them until she received a perfect eure Thla lucwelve months ago, and she has not experienced say symptoms of relapse, and often declares that your Pills have bem the means of saving her life,

I remain, Dear Ne, yours truly.

Nov. 336l. 1832.

J. CAMIS.

(Signed)

AN ANTONISHING CURE OF CHRONIC: RHEU

MATISM, AFTER BEING DISQUANDED PRON

THE HOSPITAL INCURABLE, Copy of a Faller From Mr. W. Moon, of the Square, Winchester.

Te l'uorumon HelloWAT.

sir.- beg to inform you that for youre | won a puf. fever from Chronic (theumatism, and was often land up for weeks together by its severe and painfot attacks. } every thing that was recommended, and was at- teile der theo was Bergens to the

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