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CONTENTS.

Lincoln—Table of the prices of provisions and live-stock in New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land—Advantage of the new colony to the British inhabitants of India—Exportable commodities produceable in South Australia, p. 67


CHAPTER III.
MODE OF COLONIZATION.

The proper disposal of waste land, the first object in colonization—Purpose of the Government in disposing of waste land—Evils of profusion in granting land—Effects of profusion at Swan River—Causes of the failure of the Swan River settlement—Best mode of dealing with waste land—Method of proceeding for the new colony—Disposal of the purchase-money of waste land—Selection of poor emigrants—Anticipation of the emigration fund, p. 86


CHAPTER IV.
THE INDUCEMENTS TO EMIGRATION.

To capitalists—To labourers—To men of small fortune and large family—To young men of good fortune—To younger branches of the nobility, p. 113


CHAPTER V.
GOVERNMENT OF THE COLONY.

Provisional legislation by the King in Council—Appointment of officers by the Crown—Present security for good government—Favourable promise as to the future, during the provisional state—Provision for local self-government when