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LONDON RAI LWAY NEWSPAPER. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1845.

LONDON RAI LWAY NEWSPAPER. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1845.

WE come before the public to-day in a somewhat altered form, and under a somewhat different character. The transformation we have I submitted to, has been to meet the wishes of many of our subscribers, and to adapt ourselves more fully to the altered character of the times. I Ma
November 28, 1845 - London Railway Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE LORD MAYOR AND THE STAGS.

THE LORD MAYOR AND THE STAGS.

WE believe it was Mr. Macauley who once observed, that the English people are affected by a periodical fit of morality. On such occasions, which occur every few years, they select their victhns, offer them up to the offended gods of decency and virtue, with all the ruthless viol
November 28, 1845 - London Railway Newspaper - London, London, England
 
RAILWAY SHARE LISTS FOR THE WEEK.

RAILWAY SHARE LISTS FOR THE WEEK.

The Railways opened are followed by a figure 1; those in progress by 2; and those for which acts of incorporation have not yet been obtained by a 3. The prices given are the highest of the day; i. e., those at which purchases are made. For the Prices on the days omitted in this
November 28, 1845 - London Railway Newspaper - London, London, England
 
39 561 ; 371

39 561 ; 371

November 28, 1845 - London Railway Newspaper - London, London, England
 
larrn—Cuth and Norwich ....I lrork and North Midland ..1 Shares New Shares Extension Scarborough Branch.... 2 chk and Selby 1

larrn—Cuth and Norwich ....I lrork and North Midland ..1 Shares New Shares Extension Scarborough Branch.... 2 chk and Selby 1

n/' Shares und Carlisle 3
November 28, 1845 - London Railway Newspaper - London, London, England
 
PP " :VS: Jl, r 1.171 7fr, r

PP " :VS: Jl, r 1.171 7fr, r

PP " :VS: Jl, r 1.171 7fr , r THE DIRECT EXETER, PLYMOUTH, and DEVONPORT RAILWAY, by Chudleigh, Ashburton, and Buckfastleigh. (P‘ovisionally Registered purstlant to the 7th and Bth 1 .7:c., cap. 110.) Cpital 1,000,0001, in 40,000 Shares cf 25/ each. Deposit 2/ l 2s Gd per Share.
November 28, 1845 - London Railway Newspaper - London, London, England
 
frk vale ................ n ,-- Preference .......... ean and Dove Valley ....3 Trent Valley 2 Continuation 3 and Holyhead Junction

frk vale ................ n ,-- Preference .......... ean and Dove Valley ....3 Trent Valley 2 Continuation 3 and Holyhead Junction

Ulste r 1 Pontefr., & Goole 2 Warwick and London 3 Warwick and Cheltenham 3 Waterfol d and Kilkenny . . 2 West London Old Shares 2 West Lancashire 3 West Yorkshire 3 Wexford and Carlow •••• • ' 3 Wexford and Dublin 3 Welsh Midland 3 Whitehaven and Furness 2 jilts, Somerset, and
November 28, 1845 - London Railway Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Staffordshire, and of the Derbyshire, Staffordshire, and Worcestershire Junction Railways. Smith, John, Esq., Barton House, Ashbourne, Director of the Leeds,

Staffordshire, and of the Derbyshire, Staffordshire, and Worcestershire Junction Railways. Smith, John, Esq., Barton House, Ashbourne, Director of the Leeds,

Huddersfield, Sheffield, and South Staffordshire Railway. Smith, John Huson, Esq., 57, Friday Street, London. Spiers, Edmund John, Esq., Carlton Villas, Maida Vale, Paddington, Director of the Derbyshire, Staffordshire, and Worcestershire Junction, and of the Leeds, Huddersfield
November 28, 1845 - London Railway Newspaper - London, London, England
 
LANCASHIRE LINES.

LANCASHIRE LINES.

The surveys for the following lines have now been completed, and the nece.tsary plans are about to be deposited with the clerks of the peace for the several counties through which the lines are intended to ruit. The lines contained in the following list, altogether thirty hi num
November 28, 1845 - London Railway Newspaper - London, London, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

B. We last week staled, generally, the distinguishing features of Mr. Pa kin's locomotive system. A contemporary, the Courier, has entered more minutely into the subject, and expresses an opinion, preciselo in accordance with our own, al to the importance of Mr. Parkin's inventi
November 28, 1845 - London Railway Newspaper - London, London, England