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UailWag floticeg. Manchester & Milford Haven Railway [PROVISIONALLY REGISTERED.] Capital jCl,500,000, in Shares of JE25 each. Deposit, E2 12s. 6d. per Share. PROVISIONAL DIRECTORS. Chairman^Sir John Owen, Bart., Lord Lieutenant of Pembrokeshire, Vice-Admiral of the Coast, Governor of Milford Haven, and M.P. for Pembroke. Deputy Chairman-The Hon. Howe Browne, Chester- street, Belgrave-square, London, chairman of the Manchester and Birmingham Continuation and Welsh Junction Railway. LANCASHIRE. Robert Ashton, Esq., cotton spinner and manufacturer, Manchester James Atherton, Esq., manufacturer. Manchester, direc- tor of West Lancashire Railway Thomas Barge, jun., Esq., muslin and calico printer, Manchester Hugh Beaver, Esq., cotton spinner and manufacturer, Manchester Captain Cleather, director of Oxford, Andover, and Southampton Railway Thomas Cooke, Esq., merchant and cotton spinner, Manchester, director of the London and Birmingham Railway James Durham, Esq., merchant, Manchester John Ferguson, Esq., manufacturer, Manchester Henry Farrington, Esq., silk manufacturer, Manchester, director of the Manchester, Wigan, and Southport Railway James Foulds, Esq., Trawden House, near Colne Thomas Hamilton, Esq., Rusholme, Manchester, director of the Leicester and Tamworth Railway William Higgins, Esq., machine maker, Manchester .9 Hugh Hornby, Esq., Ribby Hall William Henry Hornby, Esq., chairman of the Blackburn Darwen, and Bolton Railway John Hyde, Esq., cotton spinner, Manchester Peter Kennedy, Esq., Manchester Robert Alexander Kennedy, Esq., cotton spinner, Man- chester, director of Trent Valley, Midlands, and Grand Junction Railway Alexander Liebert, Esq., merchant, Manchester, director of Manchester and Southampton Railway John Lillie, Esq., machinist, Manchester Thomas Markland, Esq., merchant, Manchester Captain Parkinson, managing director of West Lanca- shire, and Manchester, Wigan, and Southport Railways, and director of Trent Valley, Midlands, and Grand Junction Railway T. C. W. Pierce, Esq., merchant, Manchester C. Randall, Esq., Manchester, director of the Sheffield and Manchester Railway, and the Manchester South Junction and Altrincham Railway Hartley Sagar, Esq., Ball Grove, Colne Thomas Sands, Esq., Elmwood, near Liverpool C. L. Swainson, Esq., merchant Manchester Edmund Peel Thomson, calico printer, Manchester William Tinker, Esq., Manchester, director of the West Midland Railway Henry Tootal, Esq., deputy chairman of Manchester, Buxton, Matlock, and Great Midland Railway James Hibbert Wanklyn, Esq., merchant, Manchester, deputy-chairman of the Preston and Wyre Extension Railway George Wilson, Esq., Manchester Henry Woodcock, Esq., banker, Wigan Joseph St. John Yates, Esq., Manchester, director of the Manchester and Sheffield Railway James Young, Esq., merchant, Manchester John Adams, Esq., Hotyland, Pembrokeshire Lewis Adams, Esq., Stoke-upon-Trent George Anderton, Esq., woollen manufacturer, Cleck- heaton, Yorkshire Charles Barry Baldwin, Esq., M.P. for Totness John Barff, Esq., Wakefield, Yorkshire, director of the Wakefield, Pontefract, and Goole railway Francis Billam, Esq., Newall Hall, Otley, Yorkshire T. Booth, Esq., Tremlow Hall, Cheshire Major Bowling, Holyland, Pembrokeshire William Bradley, Esq., Manor Oaks, Yorkshire, director of the Sheffield and Manchester Railway William Leigh Brook, Esq., Meltham Hall; Yorkshire, director of the Huddersfield and Manchester Railway and Canal Company The Honorable Captain Carnegie, R.N., M.P. for Stafford John Clare, Esq., merchant and coal proprietor, Grappen- hall House, Cheshire Edmund Cleaton, Esq., mayor of Llanidloes, Mont- gomeryshire Wm. Crozier, Esq., merchant and ship-owner, Durham Villa, Stepney, Middlesex The Right Honourable Col. George Dawson Damer, M.P. for Portarlington, 6, Tilney-street, Park-lane, London, and Came House, Dorchester Owen Edmund Davies, Esq., mayor of Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire house. London Charles Ingram Ford, Esq., Abbey Field, Cheshire James Garrard, Esq., Milford, Pembrokeshire J. W. Gray, Esq., shipowner, Commercial-road, London George Green, Esq., flannel manufacturer, Newtown, Montgomeryshire Robert Pownall Hadfield, Esq., salt proprietor, Nant- wich, Cheshire G. B. Harrison, Esq., underwriter, Lloyd's, London William Thos. Jackson, Esq., Tadcaster, Yorkshire, director of the Great Grimsby Railway George Bowen Jordan Jordan, Esq., Pigeonsford, New- castle Emlyn Henry Leach, Esq., chairman of quarter sessions, Mil- ford, Pembrokeshire George Lewis, Esq., shipowner, Lombard-street Cham- bers, London William H. Lewis, Esq., Clynflew, Newcastle Emlyn The Right Honourable the Eail of Lisburne, Crosswood, Cardiganshire John Matthews, Esq., flannel manufacturer, Newtown, Montgomeryshire James Micklethwaite, Esq., worsted spinner and manu- facturer, Wakefield, Yorkshire Garrett O'Moore, Esq., Deputy-Lieut. of King's County Lieutenant-Colonel Hugh Owen Owen, Llanstinan, vice- lieutenant of Pembrokeshire Owen Owens, Esq., Cwmgloyne, Pembrokeshire Joseph Paxton, Esq., Chatsworth, Derbyshire Sir Richard Bulkeley Philipps, bart., Lord Lieut., of the county of the town of Haverfordwest, and M.P. for H*erfordwest Johirliloyd Phillipps, Esq., Dale Castle, Pembrokeshire Richard Owen Powell, Esq., Aberystwith, Cardiganshire John Ridgway, Esq., Cauldon Place, Staffordshire Pot- teries, director of North Staffordshire Railway George Roch, Esq., Butter Hill, Milford, Pembrokeshire George Sandars, Esq., Alverthorpe Hall, near Wakefield, Yorkshire William Slatter, Esq., Wakefield, Yorkshire James Smith, Esq., (of Deaaston), 13, Queen-street, Westminster Rees GoringThomas, Esq., Llysnewydd, Newcastle Emlyn William Thompson, Esq., Upperthorpe, Yorkshire, di- rector of the Huddersfield and Sheffield Railway James Walkinshaw, Esq., Deputy Chairman of Man- chester and Southampton Railway Colonel Wemyss, C. B. Trecastle, Montgomeryshire Thomas Clifton Wilkinson, Esq., Cayton Hall, near Ripley, Yorkshire William Henry Bowen Jordan Wilson, Esq., Jordan- stone, Haverfordwest William Worthington, Esq., salt proprietor, Northwich, Cheshire Managing Committee. Sir John Owen, M.P. W. T. Jackson, Esq. The Hon. Howe Browne W. H. Lewis, Esq. Chas. Barry Baldwin, Esq., Colonel Owen M.P. Captain Parkinson The Hon. Capt. Carnegie, Joseph Paxton, Esq. M.P. Cornelius Randall, Esq. Captain Cleather C. L. Swainson, Esq. Henry Farington, Esq. W. Tinker, Esq. James Garrard, Esq. H. Woodcock, Esq. Thomas Hamilton, Esq. James Young, Esq. Bankers. Manchester—Manchester and Liverpool District Bank Wigan-Thos. Woodcock and Sons Welchpool-Beck, Downward, Scarth and Beck Newtown-Branch Bank of England Aberystwith—North and South Wales Bank Lampeter-D. Jones and Co. Haverfordwest—John and William Walters London-Smith, Payne, and Smiths; Sir Claude Scott, Bart., & Co. Leeds-Leeds Commercial Bank Liverpool-Liverpool and Manchester District Bank Potteries—Manchester and Liverpool District Bank Engineer. J. U. Rastrick, Esq., C.E. Solicitors. T. L. Marriott, Esq., Messrs. Ridgway, 2, Norfolk- street, Manchester; Kinderley, Denton, and Kinderley, 8, New-square, Lincoln's Inn, London. Local Agents. Joseph Jones, Esq., W elchpool; Willoughby Miller, Esq., Aberystwith; Messrs. Drew and Woosnam, New- town; John Lloyd, Esq., Lampeter; Benj. Evans, Esq., Newcastle Emlyn; Messrs. Evans, Powell, and Mathias, Haverfordwest. Secretary pro. <eM.—Edward Robert Kelly, Esq., M.A. Applications for shares may be addressed to the secre- tary, at the company's offices, No. 2, Norfolk-street, Manchester, and to the local agents; and prospectuses, plans, and forms of application, may be had at the follow- ing sharebrokers :—Messrs. Bradley, Ford, and Parker, Manchester, Messrs. Cardwell and Sons, Manchester; Messrs. Massie and Robertson, Liverpool; Wno. Reynolds, junr., Esq., Liverpool; Messrs. Moore, Huddersfield; Messrs. R. B. Watson and Co., Leeds; Messrs. Horn- castle and Hibberd, and T. W. Flint and Co., Hull; John Burton, Esq., 3, Bartholomew-lane Messrs. F. & W. Atkinson, 6If, Threadneedle-street, and Messrs. Oswin and Co., 10, Angel-court, Throgmorton-street, London; Messrs. Wreford, Nichols & Wreford, Bristol; S. R. Phipson, Esq., Birujjngham; ), N. Jlal.mej Esq., Plowwtex; and Thomas Jt, JSyMty.IytjvCw'kt FORM OF APPLICATION FOR SHARES. To the Provisional Committee of the Manchester and Milford Haven Railway Company. Gentlemen-I request that you will allot me shares in the above company; and I undertake to pay the deposit thereon, or upon such smaller number as may be allotted to me, and also to execute the parliamentary con- tract and subscribers' agreement when required.-Dated this day of 1845. Name in full Usual signature Residence Profession or business Place of business Referee. Referee's address

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