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Title Sidney's Emigrant's Journal and Traveller's Magazine
Author Sidney, John; Sidney, Samuel
Date 5 Oct 1848 - 12 Jul 1849
Document Type Periodical
Publisher Information George Woodfall and Son
Reference P.P.3904.d
Library / Archive British Library
Collection Name General Reference Collection
Description Volume 1, No.1-41 of Sidney's Emigrant Journal. The purpose of this periodical is to "give plain practical directions to persons willing to emigrate -to tell them where, and when, and how they may most advantageously employ their labour, or improve their fortunes". The journal contains articles on all aspects of emigration.
Theme(s) Motives for Emigration; Journey Conditions; Departures: Port Conditions and Organisation; Arrivals: Ports and Early Experiences; Permanent Settlement and Successive Generations
Country (from) Great Britain; Ireland; Germany
Country (to) United States of America; Australia; Canada; South Africa; Falkland Islands
Places London, England; Texas, Wisconsin, California, United States; Adelaide, South Australia, Sydney, New South Wales, Melbourne, Tasmania, Australia; Cape of Good Hope, South Africa; New Plymouth, New Zealand
Ports Port Phillip, Victoria, Australia; Plymouth, Gravesend, England; Natal, South Africa
Nationality English; Irish; Scottish; German
Ships Minerva; Aria; Princess Royal; Glen Huntly; Asiatic; Hooghly; Douglas; Statesman
People Chisholm, Caroline
Keywords emigration, agriculture, female emigration, passage, advice, anecdotes, assisted emigration, banking, advertisement, statistics, travel, travel writing, letters, livestock, land, rates of passage, push factors, pull factors, emigration society
Language English
Copyright British Library