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CARDIFF AND OGMORE RAILWAY ACT. In the Conrt of Chancery, on Thursday, a peti- tion was presented to the Lord Chancellor, sitting for the Matter of the Rolls, in the matter of thia undertaking. Mr Horaoe Davey aaid the petitioners sought to bave a sum of £1,6.1'2 in conrt paid out to them Th-i petitioners were David Davies and John Osbame Riches, both of Bute Df)oh, Ctrd?, ejU?rj ?ra prietors. In the present see4ion of prli.mont a ?ii. had been introduced called the Ca,d,ff an? Ogmore Valley Railway. In pursuamm of the etAnl. ing orders of Parliament, the petitioners paid into court to the credit of the undertaking a atts of £ 6,512, £ 3 per oeni. annities, bei?R X.?? per cen\. n ol the enilJlaWdCOlte of the rag aye com pri"4 i: the Bill. A portion of tbe proposed iioaa h?& been struck out of the Bill, and the bad been thereby reduced. On the 21st July, 11>1.1, the Act received the Royal assent. The 2.k-d section of the Act stated that by reason of the portion of the scheme struck out i-i.880 would represent the, amount of deposit required by tbe standing orders.. The petitioners were accordingly entitled to hava^ the balance, JB1,632, paid oat to them with interest and dividend on the remainder. The court made the order.

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