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WELSH MIDLAND RAILWAY BILL NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that application is intended to be made to Parliament in the next Ses- sion, for leave to bring in a Bill or Bills for making and maintaining a railway or railways from Worcester and Leominster to Carmarthen and Swan-ea, with all proper and convenient stations, erections, bridges, wharfs, ware- houses, works, communications, roads, approaches, and conveniences connected therewith, to commence in a field of or in the occupation of William Laslctt, on the west of and near to the Worcester and Birmingham Canal, in the parish of Claines, in the city of Worcester, and at or near Worcester Bridge, oil the western side of the River Severn, in the parish of Saint Clements, in the borough and county of the city of Worcester, or one of them, and also at or near the northern boundary of the borough of Leominster, in the parish of Leominster, near a place called the Broad, in the county of Hereford, and to ter- minate at or near a field of Edward Morris, occupied by George Goode, in the parish of Saint Peter's, in the borough of Carmarthen, in the county of Carmarthen, and also at or near Rhydygors, upon the River Towy, in the parish of Llangynnor, in the county of Carmarthen, by junctions with the intended South Wales Railway, or by independent termini, and also at or near the Oyster Perches, in the parish of Oystermouth, near to the bo- rough of Swansea, in the county of Glamorgan which said railway and works, from Worcester to Kinnersley, where the same will join the line from Leominster, and be thence continued to Carmarthen and Swansea, will pass from, in, through, or into the several parishes, townships, townlands, and extra-parochial and other places following, or some of them (that is to say),—City of Worcester, borough of Worcester, Saint Swithin, other- wiseSaint Swithin's, Saint Nicholas, Pitchcroft, AllSaints, Saint Alban, otherwise Saint Alban's, Saint Helen, The Blockhouse, otherwise the Blockhouse Fields, Saint Paul, otherwise Saint Paul's, Saint Andrew, Saint Michael, waint Michael Bedwardine, Whistones, otherwise Whit- stones, College Precincts, Saint Martin, otherwise Saint Martin's, Saint Peter, otherwise Saint Peter's, otherwise Saint Peter the Great, Claines, Tything of Whistones, Saint Oswald, Saint George, otherwise Saint George's, Saint Clement, otherwise Saint Clement's, Saint John, otherwise Saint John's, otherwise Saint John in Bed- wardine, township of Saint John in Bedwardine, otherwise Saint John, otherwise Saint John's, Wick Etviacopi, Oldbury Tithing, Upper Wick, Lower Wick, the bed and shores of the River Severn, or some of them, in the city of Worcester, and county of the same city, and in the county of Worcester or one of them. Cotheridge, Hewson, Otherton, Powick, Woodsneld, Hallow, Grim- ley, Pitchcroft, Claines, Saint Clement, Saint John in Bedwardine, otherwise Saint John, township of Saint John in Bedwardine, otherwise Saint JohI1, Oldbury, nick Episcopi, Broadheath, Broadmore Green, outbounds ot Saint John in Bedwardine, Otherwise Saint John, Upper Wick, Lower Wick, parish of Leigh, hamlet of Leigh, Cleveland, Bransford, Brockamin, C pper Howsell, Lower Howsell, Hill End, Leigh Sinton, Link End, Sandlin, otherwise Sanlin, Sherlldge, Bransford, Braces Leigh, otherwise Leigh Braces, Newland, Great Mal- Tern, Madresfield, otherwise Maddresfield, Cleaveload, Hanley Castle, Upper Hanley, Lower Hanley, Hanley, Malvern Wells, Saint Peter's in Hanley Castle, Little Malvern, Cleaveload, otherwise Clevelode, Saint Mary's Barnard's Green, or some of them, in the county of Worcester; Mathon, Evesbatcb, in the counties of Here- ford and Worcester, or one of them. Colwall, Bosbury, Bosbury, division of Catley. Upleadon, otherwise Upland, Ledbury, Wellington, Three extra-parochial Pasture Felds and Drain, Parkhold, Coddington, Wellington, Wallhalls, Ledbury Borough, Leadon, and Haffield, Mitchell and Netherton, Eastnor, Donnington, Stoke iidith, West Hide, Weston Beggard, otherwise Weston Bagard, Yarkhill, Dormington, Bartestre Monkhide, Turlington, Little Tariington, Stretton Grandison, other- wise Stretton Grandisome, Eagleton, otherwise Egleton, otherwise Eggldton, Canon Froome, otherwise Canon Frome, Ashperton, Pixley, Munsley, Bosbury, Bosbury and Upleadon, Upleadon, Castle Froome, otherwise Castle Frome, Bishop's Froome, otherwise Bishop's 1 roms, Eagleton, otherwise Egleton, otherwise Eggleton, Ullingswick, Much Cowarne, Westhide, Felton, Ocle Pyechard, otherwise Ocle Pitchard, Liver's Ocle, Sutton Saint Nicholas, Sutton Saint Michael Mat-Jen, Venn and Vern, Vauld, Fromarton, otherwise Fromanton, Sutton Freen, Amberley, Wistes- ton, otherwise Wisterstone Moreton-on-Lug, otherwise Moreton-upon-Lugg, Pipe awl Lyde, Bullingham, Dine- dor, Withington, Preston Wynne, Mordiford, Lugwar- dine, Bartestre, or some of them in the county of Here- ford Hampton Bishop, Tupsley, Vineyard, Bullingham, Lower Bullingham, Sheiwick, Huntington, Holmer, Breinton, Upper Breinton, Lower Breinton, Warharo, otherwise Wareham, in the city and county of the city of Hereford, and in the county of Hereford, or one of them. Saint Peter, Saint Owen, Saint John the Baptist, Saint Nicholas, All Saints, Saint Martin, Bullingham, Lower Bullingham, Grafton, in the city of Hereford, or within the liberties thereof, and within the county of Hereford, some or < ne of them. Pipe and Lyde, Tillington, Burg- hill, Stretton Sngwas, Credenhill, Eaton Bishop, Madley, Kenchester, Bishopstone or Bishopston, Bridge Soilers, otherwise Bridge Sollurs, Byford, Mansel Gamage, other- wise Mansell Gamage, Brinsop, Mansell Lacy, otherwise Mansel Lacy, Yazor, Wormsley, otherwise \Vorm?sley, Hurstley, Letton, Upper Letton, Lower Letton, Sarnes- field, Norton Canon, Kinnersley, Newehurch, New- church Hopley's Green, and Logaston, Staunton-on- Wye, Weobley, Weobley Borough, or some or one of thftn. in the county of Hereford. Al.rl which said railway and works from Leominster by Kinnersley, where the same will join the line from Wor- cester and onwards to Carmarthen, will pass from, in, through, or into the several parishes, townships, townlands, and extra-parochial and other places following, or some of them (that is to say), — Borough of Leominster, Leo- minster otherwise Leominster out Parish, Newton Stagbatch and Cbolstrey, Eaton, Hennor otherwise Hennerand Stretford, Iviugton, Broadward, and Brierley, Upper Hide, otherwise Upper Hide, Hyde Hills, and Wintercott, otherwise Hide Hills and Wiutercot, Whar- ton, Kiinboltcn, Stockton, Kingsland, Longford, Monk- land, Stretford, Eardisland, Burton, Hardwick, Birley, Dihvyn, Church Dilwyn, Soilers Dilwyn, otherwise Sollars Dihvyu, Little Dilwyn, Fawley, Haven, otherwise Haven with the Headlands, Luntley, Homme, Dewall and Luntley, Newton, otherwise Newtown, Newton and Hurst, Weobley Borough, Weobley, Norton Canon, Suniesfield, Kinnersley, Letton, Upper, Letton, Lower Letton, Hurstley, Alineley, otherwise Almeiy, Newehurch Hopleys Green, and Logaston, Newchuivh Eardisley, Willersley, Winforton, Biilley, Whitney and Whitney .Bridge, Clifford, Clifford, Hardwick, Yowmine, Cusop, cr some of them, in the county of Hereford. Clyrow, otiierwise Clyro, Clirow, otherwise Clyro Bettws, otherwise Bettws Clirow, or Bettws Clyro, or Bettws Clyrow, Llowes, Boughrood, Glasborough, Borne or one of them, in the county of Radnor. I!ay, Llanigon, Glasbury, Pipton, otherwise Glasbury, Aberiiunti, otherwise Aberllunvey, otherwise Aberllynti, Ih-onllys, otherwise Bioynllys, otherwise Broynllis, i'al- garth, Forest, Grwyne Fawr, Gnvynefechan, Pwil-y- wrach, Talgarth, Trcfecca, otherwise Trefecka, Hande- failog trergraig, otherwise Llandevailog trer-graig, Llangorse, Upper Ha-igorse, Lower Llangorse, Llangisty, 'i'aljllyn, Llantihungel Talyllyn, Llanywern, Llechfaen, otherwise Llechvane, Llanhamlach, Llanfrynach, Upper Llanfrynach, Lower Llanfrynach, Saint John the Evangelist, Saint Marj's, Canlref, otherwise Cantreff, Nantddu, Christ's College, Castle, Llanfaes, otherwise Saint David's, Saint David's Upper, Saint David's Lower, otherwise Llanfaes, Llandevalley, otherwise Llandefalle North, Llandevalley, otherwise Llandeyfalle South, Liannno, otherwise Llanvilio, Talachddu, Llanddew, otherwise Llanthew, Llandefailog, otherwise Llandefailog- J'ach, BrecknockCastle, District of Brecknock Castle, Saint John the Evangelist, Saint John Brecon, Saint Mary's, Fennifach, otherwise Venuyvaeb, Battle, Aberyskir, other- wise Aberyscir, Hanspyddyd,otherwise Llanspythid, Llall- opyddyd, otherwise Llanspythid, Modrydd,Penpont,other- w ise Cupel Bethos, Trallwng, otherwise Trallong, Capel IJhyd-y-brew, Devynock, otherwise Defynnock, Maescar, Devynock, otherwise Defynnock, Senny Llywell, Scly- dach, otherwise Ysclydach, Devynock, otherwise Defyn- nock, Cray, Llywell, i'rayanglaes, Llywell, Trayanmawr, Llywell, Tryanmawr, Trecastle, Trecastle Ward, Borough of Brecon, Llywell, Trainglase, otherwise Traianglas, Truanmawr, otherwise Traianmawr, or some of them, in the county of Brecknock, otherwise Brecon. Mothvey, otherwise Myldfai, Upper Mothvey, otherwise Upper Myddfai, Hantair ar y bryn, Rhanlinssa, otherwise Ilhundir Isuf, Cilycwm, Lower Cilycwm, Rhandirissa, Lower Mothvey, or Lower Myddfai, Llandingat, Ystrad, 'J elych, Borough of Ltaudovery, Llandingat, Ystrad, Cilycwm, Lower Cilycwm, Llanwrda, Lower Llanwrda, Mothvey, otherwise Mothfay, otherwise Myddfai, Lower Mothvey, otherwise Mothfay, otherwise Myddfai, Llan- gri<hvm, Upper Llansadwrn, Lower Llansadwrn, Above- Sauth, otherwise Sawdde, Pentrecynydd, Llangadock, Es<'ob-Hali, Quarter-Hall, Velindre, otherwise Felindre, D\HYvnceidrich, otherwise DyffrynCidrich, Yabon, Llan- •ailofa'wr, otherwise Llandeilo-Vawr, Upper Manordiloif otherwise Upper Manordeilo, Lower Manordilo, other- wise Lower Manordeilo, Cefentiresgob, and Rhosemane, Vitarwise Rhosymaen, otherwise Tyrescob and Rhosmane, VIanotfabon, Llandilo Villa, Llandilo Libeity, Llandilo >wnship, Tregib, Trecastle, Pentrecwm, Llandeveyson, otherwise, Llaudeleis,mt, otherwise Llandyfeisant, Llan- fathen Brynhafod, otherwise Brynhavod, otherwise Borthlwyd and Brynhalod Llan, Blaenynis, Llan-Blaen- ynis and Cwmysgifarnog, Alltygar, Dryslwyn, Llanfihan- gel-Aberbythi.h, otherwise Haunhungel-Aberbythych, i^lan, Gljnn, Llao, Berrach, Kilgernant, otherwise Cilygernaut, Llanarthney, Trechgwynnon, otherwise Tiechgwynnon and Miawst, Treclase, otherwise lreclas, and Myddfey, Llanegwad, Hernin, Llanegwad, Ernyn, otherwise Hernin, Egwad Monachty, Hantihange), Aber- gwilly, otherwise Abergwili, Glantowy, otherwise Glan- tuwy, V'eney, Cricklas, Ystyngwilly, Llanarthney, Treclas, Mihathan, otherwise Myhathan,. Llangunnor, otherwise Llangwnnor, otherwise Llangynnor, Coedgain, Penycwm, and i'enddojIwn, otherwise Penewmand Penddailwyn, J.tandre and Velindre, otherwise Llandre and Velyndre, Csistle Green and Mount Llannewydd, otherwise New- church, or some of them in the county of Carmarthen. Saint Peter's and Castle Green, or some or one of them, in the county ot the borough of Carmarthen. And which said line to Swansea, in continuation of the said line from "orce"ter and Leominster, will com- mence out of the same line in an arable field at or near Pxntyscallwg, in the hamlet of Cray, in the parish of D. vynoek, in the county of Brecknock, otherwise Brecon and terminate at or near the Oyster Perches, in the parish of Oystermouth, near to the borough of Swansea, in the county of Glamorgan which said last-mentioned railway works, will pass from, in, through, or into the se- TMAi parish# t^waibipe, aai uti tHKf places following, or some of them, that is to say,— Devynock, otherwise Defynock, Glyntawe, otheiwise Blaenglyntawe, Llywel, Trayanglas, otherwise Traiaaglas Cray, Llannlyd, Capel Llannlyd, Cellwen, Capel Cellwen, Glyntawe, otherwise Callwen, D^vynnock, otherwise Defynnock, Glynhelen, Coelbren, Crib irth, Ellen, other- wise Helen,Llech,otherwise Cwm Llech, Helen and Llech, Garth, Palleg, Penrhos, otherwise Penyrhose, Gurnos, Ys t radgunl ais, otherwise Yrstradgynlais,Y'strad gynlais higher, Ystradgynlais lower, Hen N oyadd,or some of them, in the county of Brecknock,otherwise Brecon. wise Higheror Upper, Cit-y-bcbili Lower, L'anguick. otherwise Llanciwg, Alltgrug, other- wise Alltgreeg, otherwise Allt-y-grisj, otherwise Allty- srreic, Mawr, C'adoxton, otherwise Cadoxton-jnxta- Nea'th, Dylais, Dylais Higher or Upper, Dyfl'ryn-Cly- dach, Ynisymond, Cadoxton, Llangefelach, Mawr, Mawr Lower, Rhyndwy-Clydach, Rhyndwy-Clydach Lower, Clase, Clase Higher or Upper, Clase Lower, Penderry, Penderry Lower, Morriston, Trewyddfa, otherwise Trwyddfa, Lansamlet, Lansamlet Higher or Upper, Lansamlet Lower, Saint John's juxta Swansea, otherwise Saint John's near Swansea, Borough of Swan- sea, Swansea, Saint Thomas, Town and Franchise of Swansea, Town of Swansea, Franchise of the Town of Swansea, Franchise of Swansea, Swansea Higher or Upper,Swansea Lower,Oystermouth,Mumbles and Mum- bles Head, or some of them, in the county of Glamorgan. Also to make and maintain from and out of the said last-mentioned proposed line of railway, a branch rail- way and works, to commence at or near Ynisymond, in the parish of Cadoxton, otherwise Cadoxton-juxta- Neath, or Llansamlet, or one of them, in the county of Glamorgan, proceeding across the Swansea Canal, at or near Grigynisderw, and terminating at or near Ynis- tomlyd Farm, in the parish of Bettws, in the county of Carmarthen. Which said branch railway and works will pass from, in» through, or into the several parishes, townships, and extra-parochial, and other places follow- inf, or some of them (that is to say),—Cadoxton, other- wise Cadoxton-juxta-Neatli, Ynisymond, Lansamlet, Lansamlet Higher or Upper. Llangafelaeh, otherwise Llangefelach, Llanguick, otherwise Llanciwg, Rhyndwy Clydach Higher or Upper, Rhyndwy Clydach Lower, Blaenegel, Caegurwain, otherwise Caegerwin, Mawr, some, "or one of them, in the county of Glamorgan. Bettws, Higher or Upper Bettws, Llandilofawr, some or one of them, in the county of Caermarthen, other- wise Carmarthen. Also to make and maintain from and out of the said hereinbefore described intended railway to Swansea a branch railway and works, to commence at or near a place called Ynys-geinon, in the parish of Killybebyl, in the county of Glamorgan, and after passing the ter- minus of the Wanncaegerwin, branch of the Llanelly Railway, and forming a junction with the same railway, to proceed to and to terminate at or near Pwllywrach, in the parish of Llanguick, in the county of Glamorgan, which said branch railway and works will be made in or pass from, through, or into the several parishes, town- ships, extra-parochial and other places following, or some of them (that is to say) Killybebyl, Llanguick, Alltgreeg, otherwise Alltygreig, otherwise Alltgrug, otherwise Allt y-Grig, Caegurwain, otherwise Caegerwin, all in the county of Glamorgan, Bettws in the county of Carmarthen. Also to make and maintain from and out of the said hereinbefore described intended railway to Swansea, a railway with all proper approaches and conveniences and other works, to commence at or near to Abercrave farm, in the parish of Ystradgunlais, in the county of Brecon, and to terminate at or near to Tyrllandwr farm, in the harbour .of Swansea, in the Hamlet of Saint Thomas, in the parish of Swansea, in the county of Glamorgan. And also a side branch railway, to commence ftom the last-named railway, at or near to a place called Pwll- mawr, in the parish of Lansamlet, in the county of Glamorgan aforesaid, and. to terminate at or near to the Old Rolling Mill, on the Lower Forest farm, in the said parish of Lansamlet. And also another side branch railway, diverging from the same railway, at or near to Ynisygeiuon farm, in the parish of Killybebill, in the said county of Glum organ, passing near to a certain place or works called Ystalyfera, in the parish of Llanguicke, in the said county of Gla- morgan, and to terminate at or near to the Cwmtwrch Railway Wharf, on the north side of the Swansea Canal, in the parish of Ystradgunlais, in the said county of Brecon. And also another sid3 branch railway, diverging from the same railway, at or near to the junction of the rivers Twrch and Tawe, in the said several parishes of Ystradgunlais, Llanguicke, and Killybebill, in the said several counties of Brecon and Glamorgan, or one of them, and to terminate at or near to the Cwmtwrch Rail way Wharf, on the north side of the Swansea Canal, in the said parish of Ystradgunlais, in the said county of Brecon. And also another side branch railway, diverging from the same railway, at or near to Ynisyci farm, in the said parish of Killybebill, in the said county of Glamorgan, and to terminate at or near to Yniscedwyn Iron Works, in the parish of Ystradgunlais, in the said county of Brecon. Which said railway and side branch railways, or some of them, are intended to be made in and pass from, through, or into, the several parishes, townships, fran Ichises, hamlets, and extra-parochial or other places fol- owing, or some of them (that is to say): Ystradgunlais, Ystradgunlais Higher, Ystradgunlais Lower, Gurnos, Palleg. Penrhos, Garth, and Cnbath, in the county of Brecon. And Killybebill, Cadoxton-juxta-Neath, Ynisy- mond, Lansamlet, Lansamlet Higher, Lansamlet Lower, Saint Thomas in Swansea, Llanguicke, Alltygreeg, Blaenegal, Caegurwen, and Mawr, in the county of Glamorgan Also to make and maintain from and out of the herein- before described line of railway to Swansea, a branch or extension railway, to commence at or near the Oyster Perches in the parish of Oystermouth, in the county of Glamorgan, and to terminate at or near the Mumbles Head in the said parish of Oystermouth and county of Glamorgan. And it is intended to apply for powers to construct a pier or breakwater into the sea at the Mumbles Head aforesaid, together with all necessary landing-places, stairs, quays, and approaches thereto, all in the said parish of Oystermouth, and county of Glamorgan, and to levy tolls and dues for the support, reparation, and maintenance of the said pier or breakwater, and for other purposes, and to confer, vary, or extinguish exemptions from payment of tolls and dues and other rights and privileges. Also to make and maintain from and out of the said proposed line of railway from Leominster to Carmarthen, a branch railway and works to commence at or near the before described northern boundary of the borough of Leominster, in the parish of Leominster aforesaid, and to terminate at or near a timber yard, on the north side of, or at or near to, the basin of the Herefordshire and Gloucestershire Canal, in the several parishes of Saint Peters, and All Saints, or one of them, in the city of Hereford, which said branch railway and works will pass from, in, through, or into the several parishes, town- lands, townships, and extra-parochial aad other places following, or some of them (that is to say) Borough of Leomiuster, Leominster otherwise Leominster out-parish, Newtown Stagbatch, and Cholstrey, Ivington, Eaton, Hennor, otherwise Hennerand Stratford, Hroadward and Brierley, Upper Hyde, otherwise Upper Hide, Hyde Hills and Wintercot, otherwise Hide HiilsandWintetcot, Wharton, Kimbolton, Stockton, Stoke, otherwise Stoke Prior, Wicktonand Risbury, Ford, Hamlet of Ford,Ford, Chapelrv, Ford Bridge, Croft, Newton, otherwise New- ton and Broadtield, Hope under Dinmore, Dinmore, Din- more Chapeiry) Hope Hampton and Winsley, Bodenham, Bodenham, Bowlev, The Moor, Maund, Brpu, Whit- church Maund, otherwise Whitechuich Maund, Marden, Wisterston, otherwise Wistestou, Marden, Wisteston Chspelry, Venn and \ern, otherwise The Yen and Yern, The Vould, otherwise Yauld, Fromanton, other- wise Fromarton, Sutton Freen, Amberley, three extra- parochial pasture fields and drain, Wellington, Felton, Pipe and Lyde, Moreton-on-Lug, otheiwise Moreton- upon-Lugg, Sutton Saint Nicholas, Sutton Saint Michael, Lyde Priors, Pipe and Lyde, Lugwardine, Tupsley, Lugwardine, Hampton Bishop, or some of them, in the county of Hereford. Holmer, Huntington, Shelwiek, Preston Wynne, Wittington, Livers Ode, Ode Pye- chard otherwise Ocle Pychard, otherwise Ode Pitchard, Withington, Felton Withington, Bullingham, Lower Bul- lingham, Breinton,Upper Breinton,Lower Breinton, War- ham, otherwise Wareham, all in the county of Hereford, and in the city of Hereford, or one of them. Saint Peters, Saint Owen, Saint John the Baptist, Saint Nicholas, All- saints, Saint Martin, Breinton, Upper Breinton, Lower Breinton, Wareham, otherwise W"arham, Grafton, Lower Bullingham, Bullingham, or some of them, in the city of Hereford, and in the county of the city of Hereford. Also to make and maintain from and out of the said proposed line of railway from Worcester and Leominster to Carmarthen, a branch railway and works, to commence at or near Coldbrook, or Pontithil, in the parish of Broynllis, in the county of Brecknock and at or near Wern, iu the parish of Llanfihangel Talytiyn, in the county of Brecknock, or one of them; and terminating at or near the several undermentioned places, that is to say, at or near Rumney works, in the parish of Rumney, in the county of Monmouth at or near Sirhowy, in the parish of Bedwellty, in the county of Moumouth at or near Brynmawr, or Nant-y-glo, in the parish of Aberyst- with, otherwise Aberistrwyth, otherwise Blaenan Gwent, in the county of Monmouth; and at or near the Blaena- von tram-road, near Llanfoist church, in the parish of Llanfoist, in the county of Monmouth, or some or one of them which said brJrich railway and works will pass from, in, through, or into the several parishes, townships, and extra-parochial and other places following, or some of them, that is to say Bronllys, otherwise Broynllys, otherwise Broynllis, Talgarth, Forest, Grwyne-favvr, Grwyne-fechan, PyvU-y-wrach, l'algarth, Trefecca, Llan- defailog tregraig, Llangorse Lower, Llangorse Upper, Llangorse, Llaugasty Ta^lyn, llanfihangel Taly-lyn, Llany-wern, Llauhamlacn, Llechfaen, otherwise Llech- vane, Llandetty, otherwise Llanthetty, Vro, Du, ffrin otherwise Dyffryn, Llanguuider, otherwise Llangynider, otherwise LIaagynidr, Duffrin, otherwise Dyffrin, Duffrin Blainey, Blainey, otherwise Blainau, Llanelly, Parcel of Maesgwartha, Parcel of Aber-baidan, otherwise Aberbi- dan, Llangattock, Parcel of Prisk, Killey, Prisk and Killey. Penality all or some of them in the county of Brecknock. Merthyr Tydfil. Garth, Heolwormwood, Rumney, Sirhowy, Tredegar, Nantyglo, Gelligaer, Garth gynid, otherwise Gartn gynyd, Brithdir, Cefn, Ysgwydd- Twyn Hengoed, all or some of them in the county of Glamorgan. Bedwellty, otherwise Bedwelty. Rumney, Sirhowy, Tredegar, Nantyglo, UchlawrcoeJ, otherwise Ushlawrcoed, Mammole, otherwise Mamhole, otherwise Mammoele, Ishlawrcoed, Aberystruth, otherwise Aberyst- with, otherwise Aberistwyth, otherwise Blaenau Gwent, Aberystruth, Afcerystwith Ultra, Aberystwith Citra, all or some of them in the county of Monmouth. Also to make and maintain from and out of the said line tf railway fr*m Wtreesler aød Leorainittr to Car- marthen a branch railway and works, commencing at or I'ar Alexanderstone, in the parish of Saint John tie E.a-gelist, near to Brecon, in the. county of Brecknock, otherwise Brecon, and at or near a place called Talvbont. in the parish of Llandetty. otherwise Llanthetty, in the eo'inty of Brecknock, or one of them, and proceeding by wny of Abergavenny and Pontypool and terminating at or near a place called Quaker's Yard, in the parish of Merthyr Tydtil and L'anfabon, or one of th>m, in the connty of Glamorgan, by a junction with the Taff Vale Railway there, which said branch railway and works will pass from, in, through, or into the several parishes, town- ships, and extra-parochial and other places following, or some of them, that is to say Borough of Brecon, Saint John the Evangelist, Saint John the Evangelist Upper. Saint John the Evangelist Lower, Chapelry of Saint Mary, Saint David's, Saint David's Upper, Saint David's Lower, otherwise Llanfaes, Llanhamlach, Llanbamlach Upper, Llanhamlach Lower, Llechfaen, otherwise Lleeh- vane, Llanthew, otherwise Llanddew, Llanthew other- wise Llanddew Upper, Llanthew otherwise Llanddew Lower, Llanfrynach, Llanfigan, otherwise Llanvigan Lower, Penkelly, otherwise Pencellc, Llanfigan, other- wise Llanvigan Upper, Glyncollwng, otherwise Glynn Coli wn, Cantref, otherwise Cantreff, Hansaintfraed, Cathedine, Saint Michael Cwm-du, otherwise Llanfi- han"-el Cwm-du, Tretower, Blayney, otherwise Blaenau, Cenol, otherwise Kenol, Cihvych, otherwise Kilwych, Llanddetty, otherwise Llanthetty, Dyfiryn, otherwise Dyffryn Crawnant, Vro, Lljangynider, otherwise Llan- gynidr, otherwise Llangunidr, Blaine, otherwise Blainau, otherwise Blainey, Vro, Dyffryn, otherwise Duffryn, Crickhowell, Llangattock, otherwise Llangattoc, Penallt, Prisk, Killey, Prisk and Killey, Llangenny, otherwise Llangennau, Llanelly, Aberbaidan, otherwise Aberbidan, Llanbedr, Llambedr, otherwise Llanbedr-ystrading, Maesgwartha, Bythich, Graigwen, in the county of Brecknock, otherwise Brecon. Llamveiiarth, Llanwe- narth Citra, Llanwenarth Ultra, Llanfoist, Llanellan, otherwise Llanellen, Abergavenny, Abergavenny, Hard- wicke, otherwise Hardwick, Llwyndee, Llangattock juxta Usk, Llanover Lower, Llanover Higher, Hanover, Goytre, otherwise GoytreyMamhitad, Llanvihangel Pontymoile, otherwise Llanviliangel Pont-y-moyle, Pan- teague, otherwise Pantteg, Pontypool, Trevethin, other- wise Trevethan, otherwise TrerFlwn, Llanhilleth, other- wise Llanhileth, otherwise Llanhidde!, Mynedd main, otherwiae, Mynyddmaen, Penmaen, otherwis8 Penmain, Clawr Plwyf, Ishlawrcoed, Mynyddislwyn, otherwise Mynyddyslwyn, Bedwellty, otherwise Bedwelty, Bedwas, Upper Bedwas, all or some of them in the county of Monmouth. Glanrumney, Garth, Llanvabon, otherwise Llanfabon, Cefn, Eglwysilian, otherwise Eglwys llan, GlyntafF, Ener Glynn, Hendredenny, Park, Rhy-y- Bithan, Gelligare, otherwise Gelli-gaer, Glyn Cynon, otherwise Glyn Cunnon, Llanwonno, otherwise Llan- wynno, Forest, Havoddryinog, Llanwonno, otherwise Llanwynuo, Glyn Cynon, otherwise Glyn Cunnon, Mer- thyr Tydfil, Gellydeg, otherwise Gelli-deg, Taff and Cynon, Forest, Aberdare, Aberdare, Cwmdare, Llwydcoed Fforchammon, otherwise Fforchaman, Cefn, Pennar, all or some of them in the county of Glamorgan. And also to make and maintain from and out of the said proposed line of railway from Worcester and Leo- minster to Carmarthen a branch railway, and works to commence at the river Towy, between the hamlets of Pentrecwm and Llandilo Villa, in the parish of Llandilo Vawr, in the liberty or lordship of Kidwelly, in the county of Carmarthen, and in a pasture-field belonging tit John Frederick Earl of Cawdor, and now in the occu- pation of David Edwards, in the hamlet of Han, in the parish of Llanfihangel Aberbythych, in the county of Carmarthen, and to terminate at or near HirwainUrgan, in the parish of Aberdare, in the borough of Merthyr, in the county of Glamorgan, or at or near Wern or Aber- caned, in the parish of Merthyt Tydfil aforesaid, which said branch railway and works will pass in, through, or into the several parishes, townships, and extra-parochial and other places following, or some of them (that is to say) Cilygernant, Llan Glynn, Cathilas, Cathargoed, Bryngwyne, Borrach, Calliver, Llanfihangel Aberbythich otherwise Llanfihangel Aberbythyeh, Monarfabon, Bryn- y-Beirdd, Glvnamman, otherwise Glynaman, Tregib, Tre- castle,otherwise Trefcastle, Pentrefewm,0therwise Pentre- cwm,Llandilofawr,otherwise Lhindeilo-t'awr, Ferem-fawr, Glyntay and Blayne, Glyntaie, otherwise Glyntay, Garn and Feremfawr, Tyr Rosser, Garn, Piodau, otherwise Piode, Derwidd and Pistill, Pistyll, otherwise Pistill, Derwydd, otherwise Derwidd, Llandebie, otherwise Llandybie, Bettws Upper, Bettws Lower, Bettws, Cwm- amman, Llangadock, Vabon, Velindrc, Dyffrun, Cidrich, Above Sawthe, otherwise Above Sawdde, Gwinfe, other- Gwynfe, otherwise Gwinfe Quarter Bach, Llangadock, all or some of them, in the county of Carmarthen. Alltgreig, otherwise Alt-y-Grig, otherwise Alltygrug, otherwise Alltygreeg, Mawr, Blaenegel, Caegurwain, otherwise Caegerwin, Llanguke, otherwise Llanguick, otherwise Llanciwg, all or some of them, in the county of Glamorgan. Senny, Maescar, Glynn, Cray, Glyn- tawe, otherwise Callwen, Devynnock, Cribarth, Helen, otherwise Ellen, Helen and Llech, Llech, otherwise Cwm Llech, Ystradgunlais, otherwise Ystradgynlais Upper, Penyrhose, otherwise Penrhos, Palleg, Gurnos, Garth, Coelbren, Ystradgunlais, otherwise Ystradgynlais Lower, Ystradgunlais, otherwise Ystradgynlais, Ystrad- fellte, otherwise Yrstradvellte5t Lower, Penderrin, other- wise Penderyn Upper, Penderrin, otherwise Penderyn Lower, Ystradfellte, otherwise Ystradvelltey Upper, all or some of them, in the county of Brecknock, otherwise Brecon. Dulais, otherwise Dylais Higher, Neath Higher, Cadoxton-juxta-Neath, Rhigos. Middle Home, Ystraddyfodwg, otherwise Ystradyfodog, otherwise Y stradvoduck, Clydach, all or some of them, in the county of Glamorgan. Also to make and maintain from and out of the said proposed line of railway from Worcester and Leomiuster to Carmarthen a branch or exten- sion railway, to commence at or near a field of Edward Morris, occupied by George Goode, iu the parish of Saint Peters, in the borough of Carmarthen, in the county of Carmarthen, and to terminate at or near Quay Bach, otherwise Cei-Bach, in the parish of Saint Dogmells, near Cardigan, in the county of Pembroke, which said branch or extension railway and works will pass from, through, or into the several parishes, townships, and extra-parochial and other places following, or some of them (that is to say) County of the borough of Carmarthen, otherwise Caerrnartlnm. St. Peters, Castle Green, Abergwiliy or Abergwili, Hengil, other- wise Hengill, Glantowys, Veuey, Cricklas, and Yestyn- gwilly, New Church, Llanfihangel-ar-Arth, otherwise Yeroth, Vro, Gwyddil, Blaenan, otherwise Biaeuaut, Peneadair, otherwise Pencader, Gwyddgrug, Cwmarles, Llanpumpsaint, CunwiSl, or Conwil, otherwise Convii in Elvet, or Cynwyn Elfed, Upper Llangeler, otherwise Upper Hangeller, Lower Llangeler, otherwise Lower Llangeller, Penboir, otherwise Penboyr, Kenarth, other- wise Cenarth, or some of them, in the county of Carmar- then. Manordivy, Ciltawir, Kilgerran, or Cilgerran, Saint Dogmells otherwise Llandu loch, Paniygroes, Kippin Abbey, and Bridgend, or some of them, in the county of Pembroke, and Llangoedmore, in the county of Cardigan. And it is intended to apply for powers to construct a pier or breakwater into the sea at Quay bach aforesaid, together with all necessary landing-places, siairs, quays, and approaches thereto, alt in trie parish of Saint Dog- mells, in the county of Pembroke, and to levy tolls and dues for the support, reparation, and maintenance of the said pier and breakwater, and for other purposes, and to confer, vary, or extinguish exemptions from payment of lolls and dues and other rights and privileges. Also to make and maintain an extension or connected railway, with all proper an 1 convenient stations, erec- tions, bridges, wharfs, warehouses, works, communica- tions, roads, approaches, and conveniences connected therewith, to commence from and out of the said pro- posed line of railway from Leominster to Carmarthen, at or near the before-described northern boundary of the borough of Leominster aforesaid, and to terminate at or near the Mills near Lower Mitton, in the pansh of Stour- port and Lower Mitton, or one of them, and also at or near the western boundary of the borough of Kidder- minster, at the public road from Kidderminster to Bridgenorth, in the parish of Kidderminster, in the county of Worcester, by junctions with the proposed Stour Valley Railway, or by independent termini there, and which said extension railway and works will pass from, in, through, or into the several parishes, townships, ami extra, parochial and other places folio wing, or some of them (that is to say) Leominster, borough of Leo- minster, Leominster, otherwise Leominster out Parish, Longford, Kingsland, Leominster, Kimbolton, Stockton, Kimbolton, Wharton, Upper Hyde otherwise Upper Hide, Hyde Hills and Wintercott, otherwise Hide Hills and Wintercott, Broadward and Brierly, Ivingio.i, Eaton Henner, otherwise Hennor amI Stretford, Eaton, Chol- strey, Newtown Stagbatch, and Cholstrey, Newtown, Eyton, Berrington, Moreton, and Ashton, otherwise Eye Moreton and Ashton, Eye, Leeston, otherwise Luston, Eye, Yarpole, Bircher, Yarpole, Orleton, Orleton, Brim- field, Brimfield, Richards Castle, Richards Castle, Easton, Dirty Middleton, Rochford, Upton, Upton Rochford, Little Hereford, otherwise Little Hereford and Upton, or some of them, in the county ot Hereford. Atoor and Hatchcott, Overton, Woofferton, otherwise Wool- ferton, otherwise Woolverton, otherwise WofFerton, Richards Castle, Ashford Bowdler, Ash ford Carbonell, Serpent, Ashford Carbonel, otherwise Ashford Carbo- nell, Upper Burway Meadow, Lower Burwav Meadow, Whitton, Nash, with Tilsop and Weston, Buraston, otherwise Boraston with Whetmore, otherwise Wotmore, otherwise Whitmore, \Vhitmore, otherwise Whatmore, otherwise Wotmore, otherwise Whetmore, Buraston, otherwise Boraston, Buraston, otherwise Boraston and Burford, Burford, Buraston, otherwise Boraston and Whitmore, otherwise Whetmore, otherwise Whatmore, otherwise Wotmore, Tenbury Foreign, lenburj, len- bury or Tenbury Town, Milson, otherwise Milsom, Neen Soilers, otherwise Neen Sollars, Boraston, Boraston and Burford, Greet, Ledwyche, Meadows, Whatmore, other- wise Whetmore, otherwise Whitmore, otherwise^ Wot- more, Boraston and Whatmore, Watmore, Nash, W eston, Tilsop, Nash, Whitton, Stoke, Burford, Greete, other- wise Greet, or some of them, in the county of Salop. Tenbury, Tenbury Town, Tenbury Foreign, with Kyre- wood, Tenbury Foreign, Tenbury Foreign, Berrington, Sutton, otherwise Sutton Sturmey, Mamble, Bayton, Aston and Netherton, Knighton Common, Newnaam, Snead's Common, Pensax Common, Whorlers Com- mon, Frith Common, Minith Woods, Erdiston, Knighton on Teme, otherwise Knighton on I eme with Newnham, otherwise Knighton on Teame with Newnham, Pensax, Lindridge, Stockton, Eastha'n, Orleton, Stanford, otherwise Stanford on leame, Sheis- ley Kings, Shelsley Beauchamp, Shelsley, Htgh-Ouk, Abberley, Redmarley, Great Witley, Alton, Heightington, Rock with Heightiugton, Rock, Moir, and Coningswick, Holliu and Stildon, Lendous, Rock, Astley Town, Atttey, Dunlvy, Arely-Kinjs, Martley, Hillharapton, Hibbesford, Bewdlpy, \Vribhenhfll!, Rb.cKstO\1C', ¡:;a1id- bourne, Hoarstol1l', Wass:l1, E.I'e:noor, I Tedl: Tri::¡¡::c: Low Abberley, High Abberley, Abberley, Caldwell, Blakebrook, Saint John Blakebrook, Commorton, I-Ieatley Mill. HaTborough, Blakedown, W'annarlou, Hurcott, Stone, Hartlebury, Stourport, Lie-kill, BUIMSII, 01 lington, W ilden, Aggborough, Upper Mitton, Lower (Iitton, Saint Mary, Kid dermiustcr, Saint G.'orgp, Kidderminster, Broadwaters, Kidderminster, Kidder- minster Foreign, Kidderminster Borough, or some of ihem, in the county of Worcester. And also to make aud maintain out of the said last lescribed line of railway, a branch railway commencing at or near the turnpike g,de on the bi,(1 ioud from Lower Mitton to Kidderminster, near the Warren, iu the parish of Wribbenhall, in the county of Worcester, and termi- nating at or near Comberton" Hill, ill the said parish of Kidderminster, by a Junction with the Oxford, Worces- ter, and Wolverhampton Railway, or by an indepi-ndeut terminnsthere. And it is intended to apply for powers in the said Bill or Bills to make lateral deviations from the lines of the proposed railways and works to the extent or within the limit1: defined upon the plans hereinafter mentioned,and also to cross, divert, alter, or stop, whether temporarily or permanently, all such turnpike roads, parish roads, streets, and other highways, streams, sewers, canals, rivers, n:t- vigations, bridges, railways, or tramroads, within tiie said oaiishes, townships, and extra-parochial or other places aforesaid, or some of them, as it may be necessary to cross, divert, alter, or stop up for the purposes of the said railways and wor: And also to authorize a junction with any railway or railways at the commencement or termination or on the line or course of the said railways, as before described, or either of them, in the several parishes, townships, and extra-parochial places aforesaid. And notice is hereby further given, that on or before the 30th day of November, 1845, duplicate plans and sections of the said several railways and works, together with books of reference thereto, will be deposited for public inspection with the clerk of the peace for the county of Worcester, at his office at Worcester; with the clerk of the peace for the city of Worcester, at his office at Worcester; with the clerk of the peace for the county of Salop, at his office at Shrewsbury, in the same county; with the clerk of the peace for the county of Hereford, at his office at Hereford with the clerk of the peace for the city of Hereford, at his office at Hereford with the clerk of the peace for the county of Brecknock, at his office at Brecon, in the said county with the clerk of the peace for the county of Glamorgan, at his office at Cardiff, in the said county with the clerk of the peace for the county of Carmarthen, at his office at Llandovery, in the same county with the clerk of the peace for the county of the borough of Carmarthen, at his office at Carmarthen; with the clerk of the peace for the C.ounty of Monmouth, at his office at Usk with the clerk of the peace for the county of Pembroke, at his office at Haver- fordwest, in the said county and with the clerk of the pjace for the county of Cardigan, at his office at Aberyst- with, in the same county; and with the Clerk of the Peace for the county of Radnor, at his office, at Presteigne, in the said county and on or before the 31st day of December, 184o, a copy of so much of the said plans and sections as ielates to each parish, in or through which the said several railways and works are intended to be made, together with a book of reference thereto, will be deposited with the parish clerk of each such parish, at his place of abode. And notice is hereby given, that it is farther intended to apply for powers for the company or companies, or either of the companies, so to be incorporated, to pur- chase or take on lease, and for the respective Companies of Proprietors of the Herefordshire and Gloucestershire Canal, the Brecknock and Abergavenny Canal, and the Swansea Canal Navigation, and the Oystermouth Rail- way or Tramroad Company, and the Hay Railway Com- pany, and any other companies or persons to sell, trans- fer or lease unto the company or companies so to be in- corporated, or one of such companies, all, any, or either, or any portion of the canals, railways, tramroads, stone roads, ant other works, and the towing paths, lands, tenements, and hereditaments of or belonging to or vested in the said specified canal and other companies respec- tively, or any of them, or belonging unto, or vested in any other companies or persons whose canals or other works, or any part thereof, may be required for the pur- poses of, or be affected by the said proposed railways, any or either of them and to enter into and perform any other arrangements or agreements in relation to the said canals, railways, or tramroads, and other works or any of them respectively. And it is further intended to apply for powers for the conversion or use of the said canals, railways, or tramroads and works or some ot them, or some portions thereof, respectively, for the pur- poses of the said proposed railways and works or some of them, and also for the extinguishment or alteration of the tolls, rates, and duties made payable by the several Acts of Parliament relating thereto respectively, or some or one of them, and to vary or extinguish exemptions from tolls, rates, and duties, and all existing rights and privileges in any manner connected with the said' canals, railways, tramroads, and works, or with any of them, or the lands and grounds belonging thereto, and particularly to enable the said intended company or companies to purchase by compulsion or otherwise, and to stop up and to divert the waters of, and otherwise discontinue the said Herefordshire and Gloucestershire Canal and the brunch or branches thereof. Also the said Brecknock and Abergivenny Caml1, and the branch or branches thereof. Also the said Oystermouth Railway or tramroad, and the branch or branches thereof. Also the said Hay Railway, and the branch or brandies th e reo f. And in or in connection with the said Bill or Bills application will be made for the alteration, amendment, and enlargement or repeal of the powers and provisions, or some of the powers and provisions of both or one ot two several Acts of Parliament one passed in the 33rd year of the reign of his Majesty King George the Third, intituled, "An Act for making and maintaining a Navi- gable Canal from the town of Brecknock to the Mon- mouthshire CaD-ai, near the town of Pontypool, in the county of Monmouth, and for making and maintaining Ralways and Stone Roads from such Canal to several Iron Works ani Mines in the counties of Brecknock and Monmouth*; nnd the other passed in the 44th year of the same reign, intituled, An Act for enabling the Com- pany and Proprietors of the Brecknock and Abergavenny Canal to raise a further sum of money for completing the said Cam: and the Works thereunto belonging, and for altering an I enlarging the Powers of an Act made in th 33rd yoar of his present Majesty for making the said Canal; an I of three several other Acts of Parliament passe in the 31st year of the reign of his Majesty King George the Third" Inhtuled, "An Act for making and maintaining a Navigable Canal from the city of Heretord to the city of Gloucester, with a collateral cut from the same to the town of Newent, in the county ot Glouces- ter another passed in the 33rd year of the same reign, intituled, An Act to vary and extend the Line of the Canal authorized to be made by an Act passed in the 31st year of the reign of his present Majesty, intituled, An Act for making and maintaining a Navigable Canal, from the city of Hereford to the ci'y of Gloucester, with a collateral cut from the same to the town of Newent, in the county of Gloucester, and to amend the said Act." And another passed in the 2nd year of the reign of her present Majesty Queen Victoria, intituled, "An Act for enabling the Company of Proprietors of the Herefordshire and Gloucestershire Canal Navigation to raise a further sum of money, and for amending the Acts relating thereto." And of another Act of Parliament, passed in the 34th, year of the reign of his Majesty King George the Third, intituied, An Act tor making and maintaining a navi- gable Canal from the town of Swansea, in the county of Glamorgan, into the parish of Ystradgimlais, in the county of Brecon." And of another Act of Parliament, passed in the 44th year of the reign of his Majesty King George the Third, iutituled, An Act for making and maintaining a Railway or Tramroad from the town of Swansea into the parish of Oystermouth, in the county of Glamorgan." And also of both or one of two other Acts of Parliament, one passed iu the 51st year of the reign of his Majesty King George the Third, intituled An Act for making and maintaining a railway from or near the public wharf of the Brecknock and Abergavenny Canal, in the parish of Saint John the Evangelist, in the county of Brecon, to or near a certain place, called Par- toa-Cross, in the parish of Eardisley, in the county of Hereford;" and the other passed in the 52nd year of the same reign, intituled, "An Act for enabling the Company of Proprietors of the Hay Railway, to amend, vary, and extend the line of the said railway, and for altering and enlarginir, the powers uf all Act passed in the 51st year of the reign of his present Majesty, for making and maintaining the said railway." And notice is hereby further given, that it is intended by the said Bill or Bills to incorporate a company or companies for the purpose of carrying into etfect the proposed works or some part thereof, and to apply for powers for the coinpuls017 Purchase of lands and houses, and to vary or extinguish all rights and privileges in any manner connected with the lands and houses proposed to be taken for the purposes aforesaid, and also to levy tolls, rates, or duties upon °r 111 respect of the said several railways and works, auc^ alter existing tolls, rates, or duties, and to confer, vary, or extinguish, exemptions from the payment of tolls, rates, and duties, and other rights and privileges. And the promoters of the. said undertaking reserve to themselves power to confine the application in the next session of Parliament to a part only, instead of the whole of the said railway and works. And it is also proposed in and by the said Bill or Bills, to empower the said company or companies to be thereby incorporated, to take shares in and subscribe for or towards the making, maintaining) working and using the intended railways from Gloucester and Worcester to Hereford, and from Leominster to Kidderminster, and from Kidder- minster to Birmingham, or any part thereof, or to pur- chase, rent, work, or construct the said intended railways and works, or any part ot the same, and to take tolls and duties upon or in respect thereof, aud to raise money for the purpose aforesaid. And it is further proposed by the said Bill or Bills, to authorize the union and amalgamation of the several companies for making the said railways, from Gloucester and Worcester to Hereford, and from Leominster to Kidderminster, and from Kidderminster to Birmingham, and the said company or companies so proposed to be in- corporated, upon such terms and conditions as may be mutually agreed upon, and to authorize the company to be formed by such union or amalgamation to use and work the said last mentioned railways and works, and to take tolls in respect thereof. Dated this 5th day of November, 1845. BAXTER, ROSE, and NORTON, ) SOLICITORS h Park-street, Westmhwtev. *<>"<.jroRB.

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