COLONY of NEW EDINBURGH, to be founded by the NEW ZEALAND COMPANY. GOVERNOR. — Joseph Somes, Esq. DEPUTY GOVERNOR.— Hon. Francis Baring. DIRECTORS. Henry A. Aglionby, Esq., M.P. J. Ellerker Boulcott, Esq. John William Buckle, Esq. Charles Buller, Esq., M.P. Viscount Courtenay, M.P. Sir I. Lyon Goldsmid, Bart. James Robert Gowen, Esq. Arch. Hastie, Esq., M.P. Sir Ralph Howard, Bart., M.P. William Hutt, Esq., M.P. Viscount Ingestre, M.P. WiJliara King, Esq. Ross Donnelly Mangles, Esq., M.P. Stewart Marjoribanks, Esq., M.P. Alexander Nairne, Esq. Lord Petre Sir John Pirie, Bart., Alderman J. Abel Smith, Esq., M.P. Wm. Thompson, Esq., Alderman, M.P. Hon. Frederick J. Tollemache, M.P. Edward G. Wakefield, Esq. G. Frederick Young, Esq. The Court of Directors of the New Zealand Company hereby give notice:— First.—That they have undertaken to form a distinct Settlement in New Zealand, to be called New Edinburgh. Second.—That, for this Settlement, provision has been made for Emigration from Scotland in particular, and for religious and educational endowments on an ample scale, in connection with the Presbyterian Kirk of Scotland. Third.—That it is intended to despatch the first body of colonists about the month of October next. Fourth.—That the Registry of Applications for Allotments of Land in the New Edinburgh Settlement will be opened at the Company's House, on Tuesday, the 22nd of August next, and filled up strictly according to priority in the order of application. Fifth.—Further information respecting this colony may be obtained by application to the Secretary; and respecting the plans of the body of intending settlers, by applying by letter, or personally, between the hours of Twelve and Four o'clock, to George Rennie, Esq., New Zealand House, Broad-street-buildings.By order of the Court, July 12,1843.JOHN WARD, Sec.