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WARWICK and CHELTENHAM JUNC- , RAILWAY, via Stratford-on-Avon and Evesham. This Railway Company was formed aud registered in March last,

WARWICK and CHELTENHAM JUNC- , RAILWAY, via Stratford-on-Avon and Evesham. This Railway Company was formed aud registered in March last,

its object being tocomplete the chain of railway oommunica- : tion from the north-east to tbe south-west. Commencing at Leamington it communicates with the London and Birmingham Railway at its station between that town and Warwick ; proceeding by Warwick to Stratford it will the
September 27, 1845 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TTLVERSTONE, FURNESS, & AND CARLIBLE RAILWAY—Capital in 14,000 Shares of £25 each. Deposit, £2.105. per Share. M Joseph Locke, Esq.

TTLVERSTONE, FURNESS, & AND CARLIBLE RAILWAY—Capital in 14,000 Shares of £25 each. Deposit, £2.105. per Share. M Joseph Locke, Esq.

F.R.S.; J. E. Brrington, Esq. Final Arrangements having now been made which secures the Junction of the North Western Railway with the Lancaster and Carlisle Railway, at Milnthorpe, so as to connect the former Line with the Ulverstone, Furness, and Lancaster and Carlisle Line th
September 27, 1845 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
I EEDS AND BRADFORD RAILWAY JL4 TENSION.—CON 111 ACT FOR WORKS Tho Director, will meet at iheir Office, m Leeds,

I EEDS AND BRADFORD RAILWAY JL4 TENSION.—CON 111 ACT FOR WORKS Tho Director, will meet at iheir Office, m Leeds,

on Tussday, October 14th, 1845. at Noun, ta receive Tenders tor the Exeeu'ion el the Work* between Shipley and Keighley, including the Eencing, Mas nry. Roads, and Permanent Way. Portion of the Line about 7i Miles in Length, will be Let in One Contract, and Specifications <>t wh
September 27, 1845 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
IMPORTANT NOTICE-DIRECT MAN'i CHESTER, LEEDS AND YORK RAILWAY, THROUGH LEEDS. at the Terminus the MANCHESTER and HUDDERSFIELD RAILWAY, passing through

IMPORTANT NOTICE-DIRECT MAN'i CHESTER, LEEDS AND YORK RAILWAY, THROUGH LEEDS. at the Terminus the MANCHESTER and HUDDERSFIELD RAILWAY, passing through

BIRSTAL, LEEDS, and TADCASTEB, Direct to YORK. This Railway will pass nearly possible, alongside tbe old Mail Coach Route, and restore the facilities intercommuniea- j tion, and the advantages of a hrnush traffic to all the Places, Towns and Villages situated the Old Turnpike Ro
September 27, 1845 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
reference to Map, will be seen, that the construction the%Ls7u£ with the ex-.ttag and will attain not only the several

reference to Map, will be seen, that the construction the%Ls7u£ with the ex-.ttag and will attain not only the several

objects before stated, but als That win pass through near several of the most extensive and colebVatedCoal Fields, Beds of Stone and Lime ,B one, and , ml niatriets in the West-Kidmg 01 xorxsnire. V* Ttoposltktoftatto «■«• of a Prospectus, toenumerate or to be derived from this
September 27, 1845 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
What is Conservatism, and what are its i Results I—These questions have been answered by F. Tbesiger, her Majesty's Attorney

What is Conservatism, and what are its i Results I—These questions have been answered by F. Tbesiger, her Majesty's Attorney

General, in speech which he delivered to his constituents at Abinadon, on Thursday week. take the following extracts :—"The notion that Conservative policy to be stationary is a very incorrect one—Conservative policy is to protect our constitution from every thing that may impai
September 27, 1845 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Brown Richard, of Middleham, by James Ewbank, Esq. for Agglethorpe Burniston George, of Denton, by Duncan Cameron, Esq. for Denton

Brown Richard, of Middleham, by James Ewbank, Esq. for Agglethorpe Burniston George, of Denton, by Duncan Cameron, Esq. for Denton

and Aikwith Cobbin James, of Hooton Pagnall, Saint Andrew Warde. Esq. Uooton Pagnall, otherwise PagnaU-with-Clayton, with its Members Coverdale Thomas, of Normanby, by Edward Ward Jackson, Esq. for Normunby and Upsall Cowley Peter, Conniston Cold, James B. Garforth, Esq. for Con
September 27, 1845 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LONDON,THURSDAY EVENING South Warwickshire—The Whig candidate Mr. Bolton King, having resigned his pretensions to represent this division cf the county, Lord Brooke will be returned without opposition. Indigo Sale.—The second day of the indigo sale yesterday produced littiechang
October 11, 1845 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE INTELLIGENCER. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1845. We beg to apprise our distant Subscribers that a SECOND SUPPLEMENT four pages, to

THE INTELLIGENCER. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1845. We beg to apprise our distant Subscribers that a SECOND SUPPLEMENT four pages, to

this week'i Intelligencer, trill be forwarded to them by to-day's post, the lime not sufficing to dispatch it along with this sheet and the accompanying Supplement. Finding that the influx of Railway Advertisements and other important announcements at a late period of the week s
October 11, 1845 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
PROPOSED CENTRAY RAILWAY STATION IN LEEDS.

PROPOSED CENTRAY RAILWAY STATION IN LEEDS.

A project, at first sight ol rather startling character, and certainly, as regards its direct purpose and its accessory arrangements, of sufficiently imposing magnitude, for the formation grand combined Railway Station in Leeds, has been proposed within the past week, and as far
October 11, 1845 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England