Edinburgh: William and Robert Chambers, 1841. Hardcover. Monthly issue; printed separately then bound in one volume. The article includes the text of a letter from a recent emigrant, describing his new life raising sheep: "I hardly think the wool will clear our expenses this year, but then we have the increase always coming on; and although the way we live is far from comfortable, in. a wretched turf hut, shut out in a manner from all the world and every sort of society, still I have no doubt the thing will pay."
Disbound article from monthly issue on emigration to Australia, pp 289 - 304, with map of New South Wales. 8vo, With subheadings titled: New South Wales, Port Philip District, South Australia, King George's Sound Settlement, Sale of Lands, and Emigration and Miscellaneous Information. Last page with scattered tea spots, o/w very good. Item #14069