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SHEFFIELD. YORK. I EDINBURGH. 4 ; ; 4 4 • 1 7 4 t E. lE. DU'BLIN. -v: -17; rn

SHEFFIELD. YORK. I EDINBURGH. 4 ; ; 4 4 • 1 7 4 t E. lE. DU'BLIN. -v: -17; rn

November 1, 1845 - London Railway Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Walter Long, Esq., M.P., the chairman of the boatd of directors, presided. The chairman, on taking his seat, congratulated the

Walter Long, Esq., M.P., the chairman of the boatd of directors, presided. The chairman, on taking his seat, congratulated the

proprietors on the success which had attended them in Parliament. The contracts had already been entered into for the construction of the line to Salisbury. The levels and gradients were good, and there could be little doubt that the greater part of the line would be completed i
October 11, 1845 - London Railway Newspaper - London, London, England
 
KILMARNOCK AND AYR DIRECT RAILNVAY MEETING.

KILMARNOCK AND AYR DIRECT RAILNVAY MEETING.

A special general meeting of the shareholders in this undertaking was held on Thursday afternoon In the Star Hotel, Glasgow, for the purpose of considering, and approving, an arna'gamation with the Glasgow, Barrhead, and Ardrosean Railway, on terms adjusted between the provision
October 11, 1845 - London Railway Newspaper - London, London, England
 
LEEDS, OCT. 10.

LEEDS, OCT. 10.

STOCK EXCHANGE--There have been few fluctuations in pikes to-day, and the market has been a quiet one. The fol. lowing is a copy of the official list of prices :—London and Brighton, 71—Manchester and Birmingham, new quarters, 141 —York and North Midland, 117—Great Grimsby and S
October 11, 1845 - London Railway Newspaper - London, London, England
 
WEDNESDAY.

WEDNESDAY.

RAILWAY SPECULATION.—IN ILE W. VICKEILS.—The bankrupt in this case, who was described as a billbroker, residing at No. 12, Moorgate, attended before Mr. Commissioner Evans on his first examination, and for proof of debts.—The bankrupt, wLo is one of the aider Men of Sl,ellield,
November 28, 1845 - London Railway Newspaper - London, London, England
 
RAILWAY ACCMENTS.

RAILWAY ACCMENTS.

OXFORD AND DIDCOT.— At eleven o'clock on Mende) , morning, a young girl named Fanny Gosling, in service at Oxford, arrived at the Abingdon-road station by the mail train from Oxford. on a visit to her friends at Clifton Hampden, a village about one mile from the station. Immedia
November 28, 1845 - London Railway Newspaper - London, London, England
 
MONEY AND SHARE MARKET.

MONEY AND SHARE MARKET.

CITY, THURSDAY EVENING. The whole of the business to-day has been flat and anything but extensive, there seeming to be as little d sposition to sell as to buy. This was caused as much by the degree of uncertainty respecting the several lines, until the 30 th shall have.been pass
November 28, 1845 - London Railway Newspaper - London, London, England
 
AUCTION PRICES OF SHARES.

AUCTION PRICES OF SHARES.

At the Hail of Commerce sale of shares on Tuesday prices went as follows: Dublin and Galway 655. (paid 80s.) Someraetshire Midland 30s. (paid 521. 64;) Sheffield and Macclesfield Direct 225. (paid 428.); Great We.sh Central 20A. (paid 425.); Worcester, Ten - oury, and Ludlow, 45
November 28, 1845 - London Railway Newspaper - London, London, England
 
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November 28, 1845 - London Railway Newspaper - London, London, England
 
LONDON RAILWAY NEWSPAPER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 184").

LONDON RAILWAY NEWSPAPER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 184").

North Wales, the chdirman alluded to the necessity of making a call of per share, in order te enable the compdny to carry out the works, and called the Attention of the nroprietth to other mattere Which he said would be round embodied in the report about to be laid before the me
October 18, 1845 - London Railway Newspaper - London, London, England