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MEETINGS ON NEW PROJECTS.

MEETINGS ON NEW PROJECTS.

LONDON, NEWBURY, AND BATH DIRECT RAILWAY -RENNET AND AVON CANAL COMPANY. A numerous and influential meeting of the proprietors of the Kennet and Avon Canal Company, and projected Loneon, Newbury, and Bath Direct ,Railway Company, took place on Tuesday afternoon, at the Queen's H
November 1, 1845 - London Railway Newspaper - London, London, England
 
LONDON RAILWAY NEWSPAPER, SATURDAY, NOVEMB R 1, 1815.

LONDON RAILWAY NEWSPAPER, SATURDAY, NOVEMB R 1, 1815.

necessary at once to empower your committee to carry the same into effect; and, it being the intention of the parties treating to apply t 4 Parliament for an act in the ensuing lession, your committee have had the agreement and condit,oes up, and which are ready for eitecution,
November 1, 1845 - London Railway Newspaper - London, London, England
 
APPLICATIONS FOR SHARES.

APPLICATIONS FOR SHARES.

The following lines will close for applications, at the specified dates:— Nov. - Luicaster and Newcastle-upon-Tyne Tonbridge and Rye-Harbour - 3 'Duvet Lincoln, East Retford, and Sheffield Junction .... 5 %Brighton, Lewes, Tonbridge Wells, Gravesend, and Eastern Counties Junctio
November 1, 1845 - London Railway Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE MANCHESTER DIRECT.

THE MANCHESTER DIRECT.

What we stated last week, as litile-Aore than conjecture, concerning the inharmonious COirditiop t of the solicitors to Remington's and Rastrick's now rendered a matter of certainty, by the publication of several . letters from Messrs. Stephen and Hutchinson, and from John Forst
November 1, 1845 - London Railway Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Fourteenth Edition of "The Silent Friend!' on Human Frailty, with Coloured Engravings.

Fourteenth Edition of "The Silent Friend!' on Human Frailty, with Coloured Engravings.

Just Published, price 2n 6d ; by post, in a seal e d envelope,3s 6d. THE SILENT FRIEND. A M e di ca l W or k on the Infirmities of the Generative System; loss of the reproductive powers, with means of restoration. The banefuli effects of snlitary indulgence, neglected gonorrhcen
November 1, 1845 - London Railway Newspaper - London, London, England
 
East. Counties, St North.l_ and Eastern, Oct. 5 Edin. and Glasgow, Oct. 4 Great Western, Oct. 5.... Grand Junc. with

East. Counties, St North.l_ and Eastern, Oct. 5 Edin. and Glasgow, Oct. 4 Great Western, Oct. 5.... Grand Junc. with

Liver. and Manchester, Oct. 3 S Glasgow, Paisley, and Ayr, Oct. 4 Great North of England .. Gravesend St Roch., Oct. 4 London & Burning., Oct. 4 London & Blackwall, Oct. 5 London & Brighton, Oct. 4 London & Croydon, Sept.— London & South-Western. Manch. and Leeds, Oct. 4 Manch.
October 11, 1845 - London Railway Newspaper - London, London, England
 
A SHORT AND SURE GUIDE TO RAIL- WAY SPECULATION.

A SHORT AND SURE GUIDE TO RAIL- WAY SPECULATION.

This is the title of a small pamphlet just published by Effingham Wilson. Safe speculation being the grand disideratum now, we quote the words of "A Successful Operator," as the __ _ writer designates himself: — Much has lately been said and written as to the danger of speculati
October 11, 1845 - London Railway Newspaper - London, London, England
 
To Merchants, Tradesmen, and Dealers in every kind of Marketable Commodity. THE JOURNAL OF COMMERCE— A LONDON WEEKLY COMMERCIAL AND

To Merchants, Tradesmen, and Dealers in every kind of Marketable Commodity. THE JOURNAL OF COMMERCE— A LONDON WEEKLY COMMERCIAL AND

FAMILY NEWSPAPER—supplies an authentic record of general Trading Information, with a digest of all the Fore!gn and Domestic News of the week. It contains THE ONLY LONDON CURRENT, whese Market Quotations are authenticated by the principal Merchants. Factors, and Brokers. The PRIC
October 11, 1845 - London Railway Newspaper - London, London, England
 
RTON-U PON-TRENT,STAF FORD, SHREWSBURY, AND NEWTOWN RAILWAY. (Provisionally Registered.) Capital, £1,500,000, in 75,000 Shares ofX2O each. Deposit £2 2s per

RTON-U PON-TRENT,STAF FORD, SHREWSBURY, AND NEWTOWN RAILWAY. (Provisionally Registered.) Capital, £1,500,000, in 75,000 Shares ofX2O each. Deposit £2 2s per

Share. PROVISIONAL COMMITTEE. The Right Hon. the Earl of Rossmore. Ise Hon. Colonel Leicester Stanhope, Ashbumham House, Chelsea, Chairman of Remington's Direct Len,,, and Manchester Railway. Hon. Capt. Douglas Kinnaird Pulteney, 4, Parliament-street, Director of the York and La
November 28, 1845 - London Railway Newspaper - London, London, England
 
DIRECT LONDON AND EXETER.

DIRECT LONDON AND EXETER.

On Tuesday afternoon a meeting of scripholders in the Direct London and Exeter Railway was held at the Crown and Anchor Tavern, Strand, to consider matters of vital importance to the company. John Lane, Eq.. D.C.L., of the University of Gatfcre. and King's Bench-walk, Temple, wa
November 28, 1845 - London Railway Newspaper - London, London, England