Newspaper clippings are a great resource in family history. The easiest way to find them in Sweden is through the National Library of Sweden. Its collection of digitalized daily newspaper is free to search at https://tidningar.kb.se/. It allows for w*ldcard searches, in case you want to compensate for varying spelling or bad transcriptions. Images are free to use through 1906.
This clipping is from Swedish newspaper Götheborgs Allehanda (Gothenburg Assorted) 30 December 1807. The church of England asked the weatlhy to help those less fortunate in their time of need.
To find the ads for the ships leaving Sweden, search for the shipping line The Wilson line – Wilson-linien or Wilson-liniens.