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MEETINGS ON NEW PROJECTS. CENTRAL SUSSEX,

MEETINGS ON NEW PROJECTS. CENTRAL SUSSEX,

On Saturday afternoon a large and in fluential meeting of the inhabitants of the town and the surrounding neighbourhood of East Grinstead, Sussex, was held at the Crown Inn in that place, pursuant to adjournment from a previous day, when it was determined that the necessities of
October 25, 1845 - London Railway Newspaper - London, London, England
 
4; SOUTII AND MIDLANDS JUNCTION.

4; SOUTII AND MIDLANDS JUNCTION.

On Tuesiay afternoon a numerous and influential meeting of the inhabitants of Woods , ock and its vicinity was held at the Town Hall, H. T. T. Palmer, Esq., the m.yor, in the chair, for the purpose of receiving a deputation from the London committee of the South and Midlands Jun
October 25, 1845 - London Railway Newspaper - London, London, England
 
BRISTOL—TurnsDAY.

BRISTOL—TurnsDAY.

Bristol and Exeter, 03; Do. New, 10. i 1; Eastern Counties; 22i ; Manchester and Southampton, 21 Ipm ; North Devon, 2, 21. 13s. 9d.; South Wales, 51; Vale of Neath, NEWCASTLE—TnunsDAY. Our market is still slightly depressed, and local and other stock rather lower. Symptoms of re
October 25, 1845 - London Railway Newspaper - London, London, England
 
85 131 46 24

85 131 46 24

October 25, 1845 - London Railway Newspaper - London, London, England
 
All may be Cured by Holloway's Ointment. FIFTY ULCERS CURED IN SIX WEEKS. Extract of a letter from John Martin,

All may be Cured by Holloway's Ointment. FIFTY ULCERS CURED IN SIX WEEKS. Extract of a letter from John Martin,

Esq.," Chronicle Office, Tobago, West Indies: To HOLLOWAY. February 4th, 1845. SIR —I beg to inform you that the inhabitants of this Island, especially those who cannot afford to employ medical gentlemen, are very anxious of having your astonishing Medicines within their reach,
October 25, 1845 - London Railway Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Passing from the valley of the Trent, it will be carried in a direct line to the county town of

Passing from the valley of the Trent, it will be carried in a direct line to the county town of

Stafford, where, at the north end of the town, and upon the Grand Junction Rallway, it is proposed to construct a station, thus affording this rich agricultural district a communication with Liverpool and the north and south. Thence the line will be carried on a water level to N
October 25, 1845 - London Railway Newspaper - London, London, England
 
demands were made for allotments. He would take this opportunity, with the meeting's permission to explain the circumstances under which

demands were made for allotments. He would take this opportunity, with the meeting's permission to explain the circumstances under which

this new line had been projected. While two gigantic projects were struggling for a victory, which if obtained, would inevitably prove fruitless to the victor, the immense and wealthy population between London and York, and between Lincoln and Leeds, were left unsupplied with ra
October 11, 1845 - London Railway Newspaper - London, London, England
 
E s. d. 6,370 0 5 2,894 8 7 19,819 19 7 15,668 6 9 1,951 10 1 196 9

E s. d. 6,370 0 5 2,894 8 7 19,819 19 7 15,668 6 9 1,951 10 1 196 9

10 21,451 5 1 1,006 2 4 6,304 6 7 7,307 6 11 18,771 8 7 1,732 2 2 2,870 8 111 1,401 7 11 8,395 9 3
October 11, 1845 - London Railway Newspaper - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN LINES.

FOREIGN LINES.

NEW COMPANIES—TOO following is a summary of the new companies, 35 in number, proposing to enter the field next session, as competitors for ministerial concession:— Paris and Strasburg: No fewer than eight companies have started for this line—namely, Gatineron, capital 125 millio
October 11, 1845 - London Railway Newspaper - London, London, England
 
RUGBY, LEAMINGTON, AND WARWICK RAILWAY. (Direct Line.) NOTICE. The Subscription Contract will lie for s'gnature, as follows : RUGBY—at the

RUGBY, LEAMINGTON, AND WARWICK RAILWAY. (Direct Line.) NOTICE. The Subscription Contract will lie for s'gnature, as follows : RUGBY—at the

Solicitor's Offices, between the hours of 10 and 5, from Wednesday, the 15th of October, to Saturday, the 18th instant. LEAMINGTON—at the Landsdowne Hotel, between the hours of 10 and 5, from Monday, the 20th October, to Wednesday, the 22nd instant. LONDON—at 19, Lincoln's Inn-f
October 11, 1845 - London Railway Newspaper - London, London, England