The Carlisle Emigrants.


Owing to the postponement of the vessel's departure from Glasgow, the four families of weavers (including 33 persons) who the Carlisle Emigration Committee are sending out to Canada, did leave Carlisle this (Friday) morning.  They will take their departure on Monday morning at twenty minutes past eight o'clock, for Glasgow- whence they will be taken by the St. George to Quebec.  One family, named PAISLEY, lives in Melbourne-street; another, named PRUDHAM, in Duke street; and third, residing in English Damside, called SANDERSON; and the fourth family bears the name BELLVUE, and his father, are going out at their own expense to Queensland.