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, PROVISION S.

, PROVISION S.

, S. MONDAY, JU LY i . We have to report • sinigish inquiry for Irish butter, the receipts of which since our last have been very moderate, and the prices are with difficulty supported. Foreign butter goes off freely, at fully /ate rates. Very little Scotch butter is offering. Ba
July 1, 1839 - Magnet (London) - London, London, England
 
COURSE OF EXCHANGE. - 3 Ms. It 14 1 ........ sMs EI Ditto. at Men . 11 t Rotterdam—. 1

COURSE OF EXCHANGE. - 3 Ms. It 14 1 ........ sMs EI Ditto. at Men . 11 t Rotterdam—. 1

Me. II 14 Babes .. Antwerp Hambeegb ! ........ 11 11 Geese IS II Paris,ll sled U U 1 Reale/ . Ditto. 1 iseatlis.... Ull ' Maples . Fresefeet - . .. —. 1 .. .... Wien. .. lb Violas - eft . i • .4 , Rbe Jambe - IS SOVIIIMOLTON FATS, kVA unusually flat. Cattle declined in price, an
July 1, 1839 - Magnet (London) - London, London, England
 
392 MR. COKE'S QUESTION ANSWERED. chairs, bridges, sluices, and other works which would be abEolutely necessary to enable the various

392 MR. COKE'S QUESTION ANSWERED. chairs, bridges, sluices, and other works which would be abEolutely necessary to enable the various

rivers which enter the Bay to discharge themselves into the sea. The bare cost of the embankment, therefore, without the other works, cannot be less than 1,647,3601., and adding 200,000/. for the other works, would make a total of 1,847,360/., instead of 434,1311., as estimated
July 1, 1839 - Herapath's Railway Journal - London, London, England
 
RAILWAY OPENINGS.

RAILWAY OPENINGS.

I 1.9 P.) - Aylesbury' Railway.—This branch to the Birmingham line from Aylesbury, was opened June 10th. Except at the termini, this line is nearly straight, and 7 miles in length. Brandling Junction Railway was partially opened by the directors and a large party of friends, Jun
July 1, 1839 - Herapath's Railway Journal - London, London, England
 
RAILWAY OPENINGS.

RAILWAY OPENINGS.

403 This is the grand depot for coals and goods expected to be received by the Surrey Canal, and also for the repair of the engines. The design and execution of the large octagonal enginehouse, were much admired, as well as the other buildings in connexion with it. During the st
July 1, 1839 - Herapath's Railway Journal - London, London, England
 
404 Lecessi

404 Lecessi

July 1, 1839 - Herapath's Railway Journal - London, London, England
 
406

406

July 1, 1839 - Herapath's Railway Journal - London, London, England
 
RAILWAY OPENINGS.

RAILWAY OPENINGS.

every building which commanded a view of the novel and imposing spectacle. As this was only the opening to the directors and their friends, tickets of admission, bearing the arms of the company, most splendidly emblazoned in gold, had been issued to some four or five hundred. Th
July 1, 1839 - Herapath's Railway Journal - London, London, England
 
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414

July 1, 1839 - Herapath's Railway Journal - London, London, England
 
REPORTS.

REPORTS.

V(.l b LLANELLY RAILWAY AND DOCK. n • , General Meeting held June 3, at the London Tavern, in Bishopsgatestreet; ROBERT BIDDU e LPH I Esq., in the chair. Riirorr.—The proprietors will recollect in the former reports it was stated, that from the remote localities and peculiar cir
July 1, 1839 - Herapath's Railway Journal - London, London, England