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DOLGELLEY. THB WELSH COAST RAILWAY.—During the last two or three weeks, operations on this line were carried on with great vigour contiguous to this town. Unfortunate- ly, however, the end of last week, owing to some dispute about the valuation of the land belonging to the Hengwit Estate, at present controlled by the trustees of the late Sir Robert Williams Vaughan, Bart., a temporary check was given to the operations, Mr. Jones, Crosby-square, London, the agent for the trustees, appearing for the purpose. We earnestly hope that the affair will be soon settled, and the work carried on with redoubled and in- creased vigour. the Welsh Coast Company merits the greatest admiration for the unflinching perserersnce and promptitude manifested in carrying on the line, when beset with so many obstacles Little, if any, encourage- ment has been given to the Company since the com- mencement, a fact telling rather unfavourably against our great landed proprietors. The Dolgelley and Bala intended Railway is surveyed preparatory to the valua- tion of the land. We hope they will meet with better success and less opposition in this way. Co)-t-espoitdeii t.

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