LONDON AND iSTOHTH WESTERN RAILWAY, i (A.DDITIONA.L POWEaa). I (New Rtilways in the If *st Riding of the county of York, and in the, counties of Chester and Stafford New JVorks ani Additional Linda in those counties and in the counties of Any testa, Northampton, Flint, Denbigh, Jjtincaster, Middlesex, and Bucks Abandonment of portion of Cheyoo-d and Knutsford Railway Arrange- mutts with Cheshire Mialand Railway Company as to Station at Knutsfrrd Discontinuance of Footpaths at Bicester, Preston, and Manchester Repeal of provisions .as to construction of Chester and Holyhead Railway over the river for yd Repeal nf provisions in Midland Rtiilway (Burtin BranchesJ Act, I860, as to Railways at £ itrto/i; Repeal of provisions as to Footpaths at SaJfurd and Jfaiielievie)- Working and 1ralfic Ar- rangements with Monmouth shire Railway and Canal Company and Taff Vain Railway Company Arrange- ments with Great Northern and Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Railway Companies ts to Lands at Waverhcc Irocision as to Sale ef superfluous Lands; Provision as to Debenture Sterk- Additional Capital; A»nuitiss Y,) and Arrangements with Cannock Mineral Railivoj i Co-npat.y and Dissolution of that Company Dtvintion (I LlIle of South Leicestershire Railway Com- pany conversion of shares or :stock of Slour Valley Railway Company Amendment of Acts ) N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That application I is intended to be mace to Parliament in th« n..vi -?-I Session fur au Act for the following purposes, or some of I ibem: I To enab'e the London and North "Western Railway Company (hereinafter called 11 The Company") to construct and maintain (with stations, works, and conveniences connected therewith) a railway, to .nramencc by a junction with the London and AVrth Western Railway, at one hundred and fiftv yaids cr thereabouts, northward of the point where the said lael-mentioned Railway pusses under the Leeds :and Eirstal Turnpike Road, otherwise Gelderd Road in the township or chapelry of Becston and parish of Leads • -and to terminate at or near the Farnley Iron Works in the township ot Farnley, in the said pariah of Leeds • which said intended Railway will paes from, in, through, cr into the several parishes, townships, and extra paro- (hIBI or other places following, or some of them (that is to say) Lerds, Beeston, Beeston R yds, Farnley Wortley, and Lower Wortley, in the west ridiaa- of the county of York: To authorise the Company to abandon so much of the line of Railway from Chelford to Kautaford, authorised by "The London and North Western Railway (Cheshire Lines) Act, 1861," as lies between the turnpike road from Knutsford to Holmes Chapel and the terminus of that Railway at Knutsford, and also that Pdrtion of the Railway authorised by the said Act which is therein de- scribed as a short line or spur to connect the said Rail- way with the authorised line of the Cheshire Midland Railway, and to consiiuct in lieu thereof a Railway commencing by a j unction with the main line of the said Railway from Cheliord to Knutsford, at or near the said turnpike road leading from Knutsford to Holmes Chapel, and terminating by a junction with the Cheshire Mid- land Railway 8!1 authorised by "The Cheshire Midland Railway Act, 186 1," near to and on the north-east side •ol the House of Correction, the whole of which Railway -will be in the township and parish of Nether Knutsford, in the county of Cheater To enable tLe Company and the Cheshire Midland Railway Company 10 ei-ter into and and carry into effect contracts and uicmints wiLL rererence to the construc- tion by the Eani Companies, or either of them, on the lsodi now or heieafter belonging to the said Companies, or either of them, of a station or stations at Kuuistord for the use of the two Companies jointly, or of each or either of the two Companies s-pirately, and with rtferenoe to the manazt mert, working, maintenance, end use of the raid staiion or sibtions, IIr any of them, and the costs thueof, upon such terms tind conditions, and for buch rent or other considelation as may be mutually agreed upon between the two Companies, or as may be provided tor under the said intenaed Act, and to confirm any agreement which mav have been entered into between the two Companies in relation to the matters aforesaid To empower the Conpany to make and maintain a short line of Railway to connect the Stour Valley Rail- way with the Birmingham Canal, to commence near the west end of the Albion Station on that Railway, and to terminate near the basins and works now in course of construction by the Company of Proprittors of the Birm- inghnm Canul Navigation, at a point adjacent to where the Birmingham Canal is crossed by tha Albion towing- path bridge, aud on the south-west side of the said Canal; and which nm-uiled Railway will cross the Oldbury and Grcctbridge turnpike-road one hundred yards, or there- at out?, to the norih-wtst side of a bl idge known as Pege's Bridge." over a branch of the eaid Birmingham Caff, and ninety yanls, or thereabouts, to the south- east of a load leading to the Vulcan Iron Works, and in the occuplltirn ot I'Lilip 117illiaws, esquire the w hole of which Railway will be in the township and pariah ol W'stbromwirh in the county of Stafford. To empower the Company, with the consent of the Commissioners of Her Meiesty's Wcoc's, Forests, and Land Revenues, and of the Uommissiunera for executing the oifiie of Lord Hifth Admiral of Great Britain and Ireland, to construct and maintain along the north-west side of the old harbour of Holyhead an embatjkment lrutn a point nearly opposite to the exising goods shed of the Company, to a point near to the north end of the station of tI e Company at Holyhead, all which em- bankment will be in the parish of Jlolyhead, in the county of Anglest-a, and to dt-epen and improve nil such parts ofthetaid harbour adjoining the said enibaiikmeut •s may be necessary; and toapprop, ibte to the etilargement of the Company's station, and to other purposes connect- ed with their undertaking, all or any part of the lands which may be reclaimed from the sea by the execution of the said works: To empower the Company to make a deviation in the exi-itin, public road wnioh crosses the north-west end < t t'e a ation of the Company at Holyhead, from a point near the north end cf t'ie said station to a point nearly opposite to and on tne east side of the Rovai Hotel at Boh head; the wh, le of which dt vi tion will I e in t hu parish 01 Holyhead, and county of Anifl>?sea an,1 to stop un and di«connnue as a public Ihorllurdare, itil(i ni)l)i u- yrUtd to thi purposes of the C3.-np-t vg III" s t. or of ? he t'&istin- road as is !;Itu,\ bmreu tne points siWrsnd and altio to empowering Company to provide an access aoross their said station at the south end thereof by means of a footbridge, in lieu ot any exiaiting means of access across the same: To empower the Company to make an alteration or deviation within the hundred of Wymersley and parish of Hardingstone, in the county of Northampton, of the turn- pike icad, known as the Towcester Cotton-end Road, to commence near the point where the Railway of the Company crosses the same road on the level, a. the west end of their station at Northampton, and to terminate by a junction with the Northampton and Newport Pagnell turnpike road, near the point at the east end of the said station, where such last mentioced road crosses the said Railway on the ]eve), and to discontinue and abandon as a turnpike road and thoroughfare, and appropriate to the purposes of the Company, go much of the said Towces- ter and Cotton-end turnpike-road as lies between the said level crossing thereof at the west end of the said station and an occupation road diverging from the said road at the distance of one hundred and five yards, or thereabout., to the north-east of the said level crossing, and to vest the said new or altered road, as part of their road, in the trustees acting in execution of an Act re- lating to the said road, passed in the first ye-ir of Her present Majesty, chapter foity-five, and to amend the said Act and all other Acta relbting to the said road To make an alteration or deviation in the line or ccnrse of the public stree's or highways called respec- tively High Street and Vale Roid, in the township of Rhyl, in the parish of Rhuddlan, in the county of Flint, to commence at the point where High Street forms a junction with Shipley Street and Kinmel Street, and to terminate at the point where the road called the Marsh Road unites with Vale Road, and to carry the diverted roads over the Chester and Holyhead Railway by means of a bridge, and to discontinue the txisiing crossing on the level by the Chester and Holyhead Railway eve ° the said existing streets or highways, or eitherot them, and to appropriate part of the existing sites of auuh streets to the purposes of the Company To make a deviation or alteration in the line or course cf the en tet or highway in the parish of Abergele, in theccutity of Denbigh, leading from Abergele to the sea-shore, west ut the Abergele Station of the Cbeatei and Jlolyhead Railway, ar^U which is now crossed by that Railway on the level; such deviation or alteration to cotnmcnLe near the point where the road from Aber- gcle to l't-nsarn diverges from the before-mentioned rord, and to terminate cn the sea-shore, all in the town- ship of Towyji-issa or Towyn-ucha, aLd parish of Aber- gele. and to cairy the said road over the said Railway bv a bridge, and to discontinue the existing level crossing thereof, and appropriate the site of the existing road to tue purposes of the Company: To empower the Company to connect, by means of a trLm-road, their yards 8'1d wagi?on-worVs lying on the South side of a public road lea-tin^ from Saint Helen's to Newton, called Legb btrict, wiLll other lands belonging to tue said Company on the north side thereof, all in the tewnship of Newton in Makerfield and parish of Win- w:ú with Hulme, in the county ofLineaster: Ti empower the Company tv acquire by compulsion or agreement linds and hou-es for all or Puy of tae pur- pobes aforesaid, and also the lauds and houses herein- after described or referred to, and to alter, vary, or ex- tinguish all existing rights and privileges in any way af- fecting all or any of the said lands and buildings which would impede or interfere with the objects of the said in- tended Act (that is to say) Certiin landj and houses in the township, bo- rjugb, and parish of Bradford, in the West Riding of the county of York, situate near the south end of the station of the Leeds, Bradford, and Halifax Junction Railway and on the south side of that Riilway, and between that Railway and the Wakefield road: Certain lands and houses in the towashilt of Rbylt in the parish of Rhuddlan aforesaid, lyinj to the north- west of 1119 Rhyl Station of the Chester and Holyhead Railway, snl adjoining the same, and the said Railway, on the south-west and uorih-west sides thereof: Certain lands and houses in the township of Great Bolton and parish and borough of Bolton, in the county of Lancaster, bounded by Ureat Moor- Street, Dawes b I Street, and land belonging to the Lancashire and York- shire Railway Company, and certain other lands, hoiiws and property in the said township and paiish lying to the east 01 the Company's existing Bolton Station, and to the south of the aforesaid laftdg of the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Company, to the north of a lodge or reservoir adjoining the AtUerton Coalyard, and to the wedt of Dawes Street aioresaul; and to empower the Com- pany, for the purpose of the more convenient occupation of the said improved station, to construct a bridge over or upou the said land ot the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Company from the existing station of the Cjm- pany to the laud first hereinbefore described, and to lay rails thereon: Certain lands and houses in the township of Salford, in the parish of Manchester, in the couuty of Lancaster, on the weaternly side of Rus?HH Place, and lying be- tween the Company's Ordsal LAUO Station aud Russell Place aforesaid; and also certain other lauds, houses, and building, in the said township and parish, to the south of Russell Place and of the said station, to the north ot Fleet Street, and to the east of the Company's land, and of a rope-walk adjoining there- to in the occupation of Joshua Kitson, iucluding a por- tion of the said rope-walk, and on the east by other lands in the occupation of the said Joshua Kitson and certain other lands and houses in the said township, borough, and parish, on the south-east side of the Company's Rail- way lying between Greengate, the Railway of the Com- pany, the River Irwell, and certain property belonging to the a.ayor, aldermen, and citizens of the city of Man- chester, being the site of an intended new street, and for- merly known as Starry hurst: Certain land and houses, being part of certain lands known as Wormwood otherwise Wormholt Scrubbs, in the parish of Hammersmith, in the county ot Middlesex, abutting upon and lying on the south-west side of that portion ot the West London Extension Railway which lies between the North Pole Bridge on that Railway and the Great Western Railway Certain lands and houses in th e hundred of Wymeisley and parish of Hardingstoue, in the county of Northamp- ton, near to and westwerd of the station of the Company at Northampton, lying on the south side of and adjoining the Company's Railway, and between that Railway and the road which extends ltoui the turnpike road from Towcester to Cotton-end, to an occupation road crossing the said Railway on the level thereof: To atop up and discontinue as a public thoroughfare the footpath crossing on the level the Company's station at Bicester, in the township of Market -bud, in the parish of Bicester, in the county of Oxford, between the high road from Aylesbury to Bicester and Water Line, in the same parish and county To empower the Company to stop up and discontinue as a public thoroughfare so much of the public footpath in the township, parish, and borough of Piestoo, in the county of Lancaster, leading trom Dock Street to fleet Street, as crosses on the level the Railway sidings and station at Preston belonging to the Company and the Lancashire aud Yorkshire Railway Company jointly, and the land and premises of the Company of tue Pro- prietors of the Lancashire Canal Navigation, and of the Lancaster and Preston Junction Railway Company To empower the Company to stop up and discontinue as thoroughfares all existing footpaths through their station at Buckingham, and to lay out in the line de- fined upon the plans which will be deposited with the cierk of the peace for the county of BucKingham, as here- inafter mentioned, and upon certain lauus shown upon those plans, and described in the book of reference there- to, consisting of lands lying between the public highway leading from Prebend .r..nd to Steeple Ciayauu and the said station, and of lands belonging to the Company and of a private ruad of the Duke 01 Buckingham, communi- cating with the said statluu on the eadLtrUiy side thcieof, a footpath in lieu of those so proposed to be discontinued; and to empower the Company to acquire by compuiii,u or agreement, such interest in the atoiesaiu lauds as may be necessary for such purpose To repeal the filth and sixth sections of The Londan and North Western Railway (Auditiouui vvutksj Act, 1858, relating to the construction by the Compauy oi certain works within the boroughs of Manchester and Sallord, and to empower the Company to atop up and discontinue as a thoroughfare the footpath in the said section mentione d, in lieu of which such works were di- rected to be made: To repeal so much of the Art of the 7th Victoria, chap- ter 65, authorising the construction of the Chodter and I Holyhead Railway, as requires that the bridge for carrying that Railway over the Kiver Foryd shall De a drawbridge, and as prescribes the depth of wtlter to be maintaiueu iu the said river, or any part thereof: To repeal so much of ihe Midland Railway (Burton Branches) Act, 1SGU," as prohibits the use across the roads referred to in aection 34 of that Act of the Railways in that Act described as Connection Kail- way Nu. 1," ana Connection Railway N0. 2," with en- gines or carriages drawn or propelled bf steam or aimos- pheric agency, or drawn by ropes in connection with stationary endues, or otherwise tnan by ordinary animal 1 traction, and tJ authorise such u?e To empower the Company 0.1 the one hand, and the M onmoutnshire Railway and Canal Company and the !:ALLF Vale Railway Company respec,ivelyon the ot ier uaud, ) to enter into and carry into effect arrangements and agreements with reference to the use by the Company of the iin,ect,&king, or any part thereot, ot the oitiur f the said Companies parties to such arrangement or a^riemout, ClUÚ Wl; n reference to the transmission of traffic upon and over the Railways, or any pans thereof, ot tild Culu- panies parties thereto, and to the interchange of traffic between their respective Railways, and the fixing and as- certaining, and division and apportionment, between such respective Companies, of the tolls, rates, and ehargea arising from such traffic, and to confirm any agreement already made between the respective Companies in re- lation to any of the matters aforesaid And to empower the Company on the one hand, and the Great Northern Railway Company, and the Man- chester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Railway Company, jointly, or either of the last-named Companies separately, on the other hand, to enter into and carry into effect con- tracts and agreements for the purchase, sale, or exchange of lands belonging to those Companies respectively, or auy of them, situate in the township of Wavertree and parish of Childwall, in the county of Lancaster, and near the Company's Railway at Edge Hill, in the said township: To extend the time and to alter and ameud the pro- visions granted and imposed by the after-mentioned Acts, or some of them, relating to the Company, for or witu reference to the sale by the Company oi superfluous lands: And the said intended Act will amend the provisions of the Acts relating to the Company hereafter referred to, or some of them, authorising the Company to create Debenture Stock and will give further powers and re- medies for the recovery of the interest or dividends pay- able on such stock: And the said intended Act will provide for the pay- ment of annuities to the holders of shares in the Canuock Mineral Railway Company, in lieu of the anuuat sums now payable by the Company to the Cannock Mineral Railway Company, or for enabling the Company to dis- tribute such annual sums rateauly amongst the share- holders in the said Company, instead of paying the same to the said Company in gross; and to enable the Com- pany to keep the register of shareholders or annuitants, net other books relating to the Cannock Mineral Hail- way Company and, if need be, the said intended Act will dissolve the Cannock Mineral Railway Company And by the intended Act the following general powers Ir some of them, will be conferred on tue Company To cross, stjp up, alter, or divert, wuetuer temporarily Air permanently, all turnpike and other roans, streets, highways, bridges, footpatus, ways and rights of way, railways, tramways, navigations, towing-paths, a^io- ducts, canals, reservoirs, rivers, stieaius, oiooks, pipes, ^ewers, drains, waters and walercuurseti wituiu or near to the aforesaid parishes, townships, and places whicn it may be necessary to cross, stop up, alter, or divert foi the purposes of clit: intended Act To levy tolls, iales, or duties upon or in respect ot tnt intended Railwaja and works, and to grant exemption^ irom the payment of such tJlIs, rates, or duties: To appiy their corporate iunds, aud, if necessary, to raise additional capital by the creation of new tuaies or I stock, and by borrowing, or by eitncr of tnose means, foi ail or any ot too purposes of me suid Act: And it is ttlso proposed by the said intended Act to enable tho KoutU Leicestershire Railway Company t nidco eQdn.amt.tiHa deviation Railway commencing ie use pdiian ci Cioit, in Li.(-, county of Leicester, uy i j junction with tho authortsed line oi the Compauy, iu « liell h-l^iigiiig to the iieveiend Robert iiiouiaa Aumit., d being No. 31, in the said parish of Croft, on the plani deposited with the clerk of the peace for the county of Leicester for the purnoses of The Nuneaton and Hinck- ey Kail way Extension Act, 1860J,> and terminating in the parish of Narborough, in the said county, by a jane- tion with the authorised line of the Company, in a field reputed to belong to Mary Grosvenor Young and others, being No. 67. in the said parish of Narborougb, on the said plans, Which said deviation Railway and works will be situate in the parishes, townships, and extra-parochial and other places followiog (that is to say) Croft, Little- thorpe, Cosby, and Narborough, in the said county, and to relinquish so much of the Railway and works autho- I risod by The Nuneaton and Hinckley Railway Exten- ston Act, 1860," as lies between the aforesaid termini of .Ln ..J lue ueviauou LLailway, and is rondered unnecessary there- by and to cross, stop up, alter, or divert, either temporari- ly or permanently, any turnpike and other roads, streets, highways, bridges, footpaths, ways, and rights of way, railways, tramways, navigations, towing-paths, canals, aqueducts, rivers, streams, pipes, sewers, drains,and water- courses, within or near the parishes and places aforesaid, which it may be necessary to cross, stop up, alter, or divert, for the purposes of the said deviation Rail- way and worlts; and to purchase by compulsion and agreement knds, houses, and hereditaments for the pur- poses of the said deviation Railway and works, and other the purposes of the proposed Bill, and to vary, repeal, or eitinguish all existing rights and privileges in any manner connected with the lands, houses, hereditaments, roads, ways, and rights of way, streams, sewers, or drains, which may be taken or interfered with for the purposes of the said Bill, or which would interfere with the execu- tion of those purposes; and to levy tolls, rates, and duties, upon, or in respect of, the said deviation Railway of tho said Sauth Leicestershire Railway Company and Works. To apply for the purposes of the proposed de- viation any funds which the Company have already raised or are now authorised to raise: And the said intended Act will extend to the said de- viation in the line of the South Leicestershire Rail- way Company, all existing contracts between that Com- pany and the London and North Western and Midland Railway Companies, or either of them, with reference to the maintenance, working, and use by the London and North Western and Miuland Railway Companies, or either of them, of the proposed Railway of the South Leicester- anire Railway Company, and the works, and the stations, sidings, works, and conveniences, connecied therewith, respectively the management, booking, collection, trans- mission, and delivery of the traffic of such Railway the supply and maintenance of stock and plant, officers and servants; the fixing, collection, division, apportionment, and appropriation, of the tolls and other income arising theiefrom, and the tolls or other sums payable and al- lowances to be made by each or any one or more of the contracting Companies to the other or ethers of them, and the application thereof: And the said intended Act will empower the Company, and the respective holders of shares aud stock in tbe ca- pital of the Stour Valley Railway Company, to agree for the conversion of such shares or stock into ordinary stock of the Company, upon such terms as may be mutually agreed upon, aud will empower the Company to create ad- ditional stock for the purpose: And, for the purposes aforesaid, it is intended, if need be, to alter, amend, and extend, or to repeal all or some ot the powers and provisions of the several Acts following, or aOme of them, directly or indirectly relating to or af- ffeeeet ti„Tg .tK he London and North Western Railway Company, ""? p"aonal Acts 8 and 9 Viet. caps. 36 'J' 43, 105, ?' U2' 123, 156, and 198 9 Vet. Jcapn. 67; 9 a'td ? 1f0 n Viet. Mn<. 80 aa i ?q. i IN i a r-- s 269 300* 204, f>l> !33' ?? ?. 262, "9' S f?' ?309' ? 322' ?' ?*- ??' ?1. 359, 363, jn- 38u, and 396; 10 and !I Viet. caps. 7.i 188,'223,'236) J7J l278 ￼ ￼ '?.' I?'I?'l??'?: Midl& o 11 an? ? ?. cap,. 58.60 and 130; 12 1? ? '?' ?- ? 13 and 14 Viet. ￼ -? ?? V Viet. oap. s 14 and 15 Vict- ccalpo 9944, 15 v Victi caps. „98 and 105; 16 and 17 Vi?t. caps. 97, 110, 157, 160, 161, 205, 216, and 222; 17 and IS VKt. capa. 201 and 204; IS and 19 Vict' caP8- 1n72a Ud ifti 9 aad 2i0 nv V,ct' caps. 52, 69, and 123; •in j o. CT' S? 98, and 108 21 and 22 Vict- claSos \2lfSli la A <1'!v>2 >?od 23 Vi?t, caps. 1, 2, 5, 88, 1?'.? ? ??' 23 and 24 ?'?. CSP9- 77 and 79; i o- V'ct. cap.. 66, 110, !2? 128. 130, 208 and t i r' a also ? JolWiD8 Act. or one of'th.m rc Ut.n the r Mldlaod ?''?yCompanv (tnat is to saO 2fa ? V Ict. cap. 90 and 24 and 25 Vict cap. I 1.? aud af lso of the following Acts, or one of them, ? ?ti ?. ? boath ? '°'?'"S Ac?. or one of the? (tn&t i. to sa>) ??'' ??'c?tenhifa Kai?ay f?? mn.?ny v ici. cap. ?? ? ?'- ?- '? "? ? And nisu tue following Acts, or one of them (that is to say); 32 Ueo. III. cap. 102; 37 Geo. IU. cap. tOO aaulooal and personal 42 lieo. III. cap. 115, relating to me Monauutnatiiro Canal N ivigation « The Newport and i-ontypool Kail way Act, 1845;" The Newport and run typo Kill way Acta AEuenjineat Act, IS48 •" "The iVloumouihshire Kiilway and Canal Act, 1852» Tne Monmouthshire Railway and Canal Act, 1853 •" "The Alonmouthatiire Railw4 and Canal Act, 18-55 and 11 Tkic Monmouthshire Railway and Canal (Works) Act, 1861 j" and tne following Acts, or one of them, relating t.) the Tatf Vale Ibil way Company, (that is to aay) the Ac's (local) 6th Will. IV. cap. 82; 1 Vict. cap. 70; 3 alia 4 Viot. cap. 110 7 and 8 Viet. cap. 84; 8 and 9 Vict. cap. 159; 9 aud 10 Viet. cap. 393; 11th and 12th Viet. cap. 23; 12tli aad 13ttl Vict. cap. 61; and 20th and 21st Viot. cap. 153; and 24th and 25th Viot. cap. 51. And Notice is hereby also given, That on or before the thirtieth diy of NovemOer instant, a published map, with plans and sections relating to the objects of the proposed Act, with a book of reference to such plans, and a copy ot this Notice as published in the London Gazette, will be deposited as follows: (that is to say,) As regards the Railway and lands in the west riding of the county of York, witu the olerk of the peace for the said west riding, at his office iu Wuketitil-I as regards the Railway and lands in tue county of Chester, with the clerk of the peacd tor the county of Chester, at his otfiee in Chester as regards the Railway aud laudd in the county of Staf lord, with tho clerk of tne pe--tee for the county of Staf- forii, at his o?lae ford, at his office in Statfuid; as regards the works and Iaiiu- ia tuo county uf Anglesey, with the clerk of the pviico tor the couuty ot An^icaea, ai his offiw; in tfeau- rnaiis; us ro-garUs mo WOIKS aud landil iu tfie county of I Nortfta'Dpcoa, witu tHe U,Ul k of the peace for the county ol Nortiiampioi), at his offioc in Northampton; as regards tne woi Ks and lauus iu the couuty of Flint, with the clerk of the peace for the county of Eliut, at his office in Mold as regards the works and lands in the county of Denbigh, with the clerk of the peace for the county ot iJenoigb, at his oiiice in Ruthin; as regards the works and JanJII in Lila county of Lancaster, with the clerk pf the peace tor the county of Lancaster, at his oifice in Preston as regards the additional hnd" in the connty of Middlesex, with the clerk of the peace for the county of Middlesex, at his office in Clerken weli; as regards the works and lanus in the county ot Hocks. with tile clerk of the peace for the county of lluckj, at his office in Aylesbury; aad as regards the Railway and lands in the county of Leicester, with the clerk ot the peace for the county ot Leicester, at his office in Leicester: and that copies of so much of the said plans, sections, and bouk of reference as relates to the several parishes aad extra-parochial places in or through which the said intended works are proposed to be made, or lands are situate, together witu a copy ot this Notice as published in the London Gazette, Will, on or before the said thir- tieth day ot November, be deposited as follows: vide- licet, in the case ol parishes not mentioned in either of tile Schedules to the Act 18th and 19ta Vict. cap. 120, with the clerks of such parishes respectively, at their respective places of abole; and 1IL the case of any kucu parish mentioned in Schedule (A) 11 tnut Act, with the cltrk of the vestry ut suou Pdl lail, at his place ot abode; and in the case of ..111 Parisn mentioned 1U OciieUule (b) to that Act, with tue clerk of the district board, at his place of abode; aud iu the case ot any extra-parochial place, with the clerk of some parish immediately adjoiuiag such extra-pa- rochiai place: And Notice is hereby further given, That printed copies ot the proposed Rill will be deposited in tne Pri- vate rSili Office of the House of Commons before tha I twenty-third day of Decemoer in the present year. Doted the 12uii Day of Novembsr, 1861. I SSVlFl', WAGSfAFF, & ULt^VKINSOP, 32, (rreac (ieoige-street, Westminster. I
VALE OF CLVViTi) HAILWAY". (Extension to the North West Shore of the River (;,wyd at Foryd; Construction of Pier and Wharf there Deviation of existing Line and at- teration cf the Citester and Holyhetxd Hallway at I the ForyU and Amendment of Acts.) N OTICE IS HEREBY" GItfEN, That appli- cation is intended to bo made to Parliament in the next Seaoiou. lor an Act to enable the Vale of Ulwyd iiaiiway Company to effect the following ob- jects, or some of Ltieiu U-tut is to say) To make and maintain a Railway with all proper tat ions, appruaciies, works, aud conveniences con- nected. tuerewitu, commencing by a juuction with luu V hie or" Clwyd i-tailway at or Lear the roryd jtuuiM tiioi'eon, aud teruiiiuiiin^ at a point on the North-west Shove of the River Clwyu, about one tunurcd anu ten yaxud northward of the existing Pier at Foryd belonging to Hugh Robert Hughes, Esquire: And in connection with the said proposed Rail- way to make and maintain a Pier and Whart, with all necessary conveniences, commencing at or near the said existing Pier at Foryd, and extending therefrom northward, about one hundred yards along the shore of the said river To divert so much ofthe Vale of Clwyd Railway as is situated between the said Foryd Station there- on and the Chester and Holyhead Railway, and to abandon and relinquish so much of the existing line as will be rendered unnecessary by such di- version, and to appropriate and dispose of the site thereof: I Which said proposed new and diverted ftailway and pier and Wharf, and works connected therewith, will be wholly situated within the townships of Towyn-ucha and Towyn-issa, in the parish of Aber- gele, in the county of Denbigh To repeal so much of the Act of the 7th Victoria, chap. 65, authorising tho construction of the Chester and Holyhead Railway a,,i requires that the bridge for carrying that Railway over the River Foryd shall be a drawbridge, and as prescribes the depth of water to be maintained in the said river or any part thereof: To purchase by compulsion, or otherwise to ac- quire, lands, houses, buildings, and hereditaments for the purposes of the said proposed Railway, Pier, and Wharf, and diverted line, and works con- nected therewith respectively: and to vary, repeal, or extinguish all existing rights and privileges in any manner connected with the lands, houses, buildings, and hereditaments so to be purchased or acquired, or which would impede or interfere with the construction, maintenance, or use of the said proposed new and diverted Railways and Pier and Wharf and works, and to confer other rights and privileges: To cross, use, alter, divert, or stop up tempo- rarily or permanently all turnpike and other roads, highways, streets, bridges, Railways, tramways, footways, aquedllcts, canals, streams, and rivers with which it may be necessary to interfere for or by reason of the construction of the said proposed new and diverted Railways and Pier and Wharf and works: To levy tolls, rates, and charges for and in re- spect of the use ofthe said proposed Railway and Pier and Wharf, and the works, conveniences, and accommodation connected therewith, to alter ex- isting tolls, rates, and charges, and to grant ex- emptions from the payment of tolls, rates, and charges: To raise additional capital for the purposes of the said intended Act by the creation and issue of new shares, with or without a guaranteed or preference dividend, or other rights or privileges attached there- to, and by borrowing, or by either of such means, and also to apply to such purposes any capital or funds now belonging to them or under the control of their directors: It is also intended by the said Act to alter, amend, enlarge, or repeal all or some of the provisions of "The Vale of Clwyd Railway Act, 1856," and The Vale of Clwyd Railway Act, 1861: Maps, plans, and sections, shewing the direc- tion, line, and levels of the said proposed new and diverted Railways and Pier and Wharf, and the lands and houses to be taken for the purposes there- of, with a book of reference to such plans, and a copy of this Notice as published in the London Gazette, will be deposited on or before the thir- tieth day of November instant for public inspec- tion with the clerk of the peace for the county of Denbigh, at his office at Ruthin; and a copy of the said plans, sections, and books of reference, and al- so a copy of the said Gazette Notice, will be depo- sited on or before the same day with the parish clerk of the said parish of Abergele, at his resi- dence Copies of the Bill for effecting the objects afore- said will be deposited in the Private Bill Office of the House of Commons on or before the twenty- third day of December next. Dated this 5th day of November, 1861. SWIFT, WAGS TAFF, AND BLENKISOP, 32, Great George Street, Westminster, Solicitors for the Bill. MUGGERIDGE AIND BELL, 26, Duke Street, Westminster, Parliamentary Agents.
IN PARLIAMENT SESSION 1862. ELLESMERE, OSWESTRY, RUABON, AND SHREWSBURY RAILWAYS. (Railway from Ellesmere to Oswestry with Branch from near Ellesmere to, or near the JSllesmere Canal at Ellesmere, from Mllesmere to the Shrewsbury and Chester Railway near the Village of Ruabon, with a Branch from the Oswestry, Ellesmere and Whitchurch Railway, in, at, or Mar tfelshhampton, to the London and North Western Railway, or near the parish of Broughton,in the county of Salop; arrangements with other companies; running powers over various Rail- ways with reciprocal facilitation of traffic from and to such other Railways to and from the Railway cor.- struction of Bridge over the river Dee with approaches, roads, oje., and otlter purposes.) N OTICE IS IIK RE BY GIVEN, That application is uitun leit to be made to Parliament, in the Ilext Session for an Act tor all, or some of the following pur- poses, (that is to say) To I iie rpi),-ate a Cimpany (hereinafter called "The Company") anu to enaol^ the Company to make and maintain t ie f-lo»iu g Uailways, uriage, approach roads, auu "olk, willi all proper aid nocessary stations, works, and conveniences conneuted therewith respectively (that is to eay) Railway No. I.-A. Railway commencing by a Junc- tion with the Oswestry and Newtown Railway, at or near the terminus thereof at Oswestry, in tne parish ot Oswestry, in the county of Salop, and passing thence from, in, through, or into the several parishes, townships, and extra-parochial places following, or some of them, (that is to say) Oswestry, town and liberties ot Oswestry, Selattyn, Hengoed, Waittington, Halston, Dudleston, Ellesmere, Aston, Hisland, Middleton, Lower Porking- ton, Ebnal, Henlle, Hindford, Fernhill, Ridge, Lower Ridge, Old Marton, New Martan, Franktou, otnerwise Weish Frank ton, Urickett, Old Crickett, New Crickett, Hdrdwick, Old Hardwick, Newnea, Elson, otherwise El- sion, Elson and Grecnhill, Trimpley, Ellesmere, Haugb- tall liircn and Lyto-Lee, all in the county of Salop, and terminating at Ellesmere, in the parish of Ellesmere, by a Junction with the authoiized Railway of the Oswestry, Ellesmere, and Wtutcnurch mil way Company, ator near to the point, or place in the township and parish of El- lesmere, in the county of Salop, waere IUCh. lust men- tioned way crosses, or abuts upon, or is autnoriz .d to cross, or abut upon the turupike road leading irom Wrexham to Ellesmere. Railway No. 2. -A liailwav, or tiamway, commencing by a Junction with the proposed Ltdiiway So. 1, in tlttf parish of Ellesmere, in the county of at, or near to trie most eastern terminus of the lt,t mentioned Rail- way in the s-tmo parish and couniy, in or near a held oalled the Lawyers Meadow," ia tue occupation of Wil- litun Pay, and t.-rmiuating in th3 same parish, in ttle field occupied by Wtiimm Paddock, called the i'own- fielu," botu of which iields are the propeity of the Earl .Brownlow, or of his guardians and trustees, such rail- way or tramway being wlioily within the parish of Ei- lesmere, in the said county ot Salop. Railway No. 3.A Railway commencing by a Junc- tion with the proposed Railway No. 1, at, or near to the Eastern terminus of that railway, as lkeiciabefote des- crioed, passing tuence from, in, t iroug i, or iuto the ae- Teral pdristies, tovvusiiipeg aud extra-parooiiial places fol- lowing, or some oftheai, that IS to say, liliesmdre, 1'rimp- ley, Eison aud Ur-eauL.1, Eilesuiuio, l'rtllluh, Eastwick, anC Duuleston, all in the couuty of Salop, Ruabon, Dinhynile Issa, Aloret^u Anglicorum, iiuaoon, Erbistock, Moreion Below, Alorotou Above, Jdatoil, Relan, other- wiae Rellan and Jj-rbistock, in tne county of Doubigh, and terminating by a Juuctiou with trie Shrewsbury and Chester Railway of the Great Western Railway Company, in the parish of Ruabou, and county of Den- bigh, at, or near to the Biyu Bridge of the said Shrews- bury and Chester Railway, in tue stiue parish. Railway No. 4.—A Brauch Rulway coauutocing by a Junctiou with the proposed Railway No. 3, in, or near a field called Cae Caro.loc," ut iae alethodisL Field," belonging to Simon YOlke, Esquire, and in the occupa- tion of Wiliiaul Roland, iu the township of ilatod, and parish of Ruabon and county of Dcnbigu, and passing trience from, in, through, or into, the several parishes, | town8hip and extra-paroohial places foUowing, or aome I ot them, (that 13 to tay) Ruaboa, iialud, Moreton Be- low, Moreton Aoov J, and Ru. bjn, a.l in tue county, uf Denbigh, and tjjrWnatlDg l tile parish of Ruabon, in the county oi i)dab. iz, by a unction with the Shrews- bury anu Cneeter Railway of tue Great Western Rail- way Company, at, or near the point where a bridge, or viaduct carries the last mentioned Railway over the Bsngor new Turnpike Road, in the townships of Moreton Below, and Moreton Above, or the one of them, in the parish of Ruabon and county of Denbigh. Railway No. 5.—A Railway commencing by a Junc- tion with the authorized Railway of the Oswestry, Elles- mere, and Whitchurch Railway Company, in the parish of Welshhampton, otherwise Welchhampton, at or near a point whoie the said authorized Ra:lway crosses the turnpike road. leading from Ellesmtre to Whit- church, in or near a field, in the occupation of Anna Maria Legh, called HighfielJ, and tbenco pass- in from in and through the several parishes, townships, and extra-parochial places, following, or some of them, that is to say, Ellesmere, Stocks, and Coptiviney, Welsh Hampton Wood, otherwise Welch Hampton Wood, other- I wise Hampton's Wood, Ellesmere, Lineal, otherwise Linial, otherwise Lyneat, Otcley, Newton, and Spoon- hill, otherwise Oteley, Newton, and Spunhill, otherwise Oatley, Newton aod Spoonbill, otherwise Oatley, Newton, and Spunhill, Welch Hampton, otherwise Welsh-Hamp- ton, Lopppin^ton, Noneley, Loppiagton, Middle Balder- ton, Aldertou, Middle, Sleap, Newtown ou the Hill, Had- nal, otherwise Hadnall, Wem, Ttlley, otherwise Tillay-and- french, Wolverley, Horton, North Wood, Newtown, Grinshill, Broughton, Grinshill, Broughton, Yorton, other- wise Yoreton, Saint Mary's, Shrewsbury, Clive, and San- saw, all in the county of Salop, and terminating by a junction with the Shrewsbury and Crewe Railway, of the LonJon and North Western Railway Company, at or near a point two chains or thereabouts, north of the bridge which carries the turnpike road leading from Shrewsbury to Whitchurch, over the said last mentioned Railway, in the parish of Broughton, at or near a field called the Cock- shutt Leasow, in the occupation of John Heatley, and iu the said parish of Broughton, and belonging to the Trus- tees of the late Arthur Clegg. All the foregoing Railways are hereinafter referred to as the Railway." A bridge over the River Die, for fa- cilitating the repairs of the Viaduct for carrying the pro- posed Railway No. 3 over that river, and for the use of certain landowners and their tenants and others, and for foot passengers, horses, carriages, cattle, and other ani- mab, the said bridge commenoing at or near, and abutting upon a field in the parish of Ruabon iu the C of Denbigh, belonging to James Hard^astle, Esq., and in the occupation of William Rodenhurst, and terminating at or near a field, in the Parish of Ellesmere, in the County of Salop, belonging to John Jones, Mary Ann Reunion, aud Mary Broome, and in the occu- pation of Thomas Shone, together with the following ap- proach roads to the said bridge, that is tJ say, an ap- proach road, commencing at the most southerly terminus of the intended bridge, and thence passing into and through the Parishes, townships, extra-parochial places of Ellesmere, Dudleston and Ellesmere, in the county of Salop, and terminating at or near to the publio highway leading from Sodylt Ford, to the turnpike road leading from Overton to Chirk, near Shelbrook, in the parish of Ellesmere, in the county of Salop, at a point 29 chains or thereabouts, north East from Sodylt farm house, another approach toad commencing at the most northerly terminus of the said inteuded bridge, and thence passing into and through the parishes, townships, and extra parochial places of Ruabon, DinhynUe-isia, Ruabon, Morton Anglicorum, and Erbistock, in the county of Denbigh, and terminating at the public Highway, in Erbistock, in :the county of Denbigh, leading irom Plas Golborne to Keyahill, at a point 39 chaius, or thereabouts, South of Plas Golborue, aforesaid. To cross, stop up, alter, or divert, whether temporarily or permanently, all such turnpike and other roads, rail- ways, tramways, streets, rivers, streims, canals, reset voirs, navigations, or bridges, as it may be necessary to cross, stop up, alter, or divert, by means of the construction ot the said intended lines of Railway, bridge, and approach roads, aud of the works connected therewith respectively, to purchase lauds, aud buildings, and rights, easements, and privileges, in and over lands and buildings by com- pulsion, for the purposes of the intended lines of Railway, bridge, and approach roads, and of the woras connected therewith, respectively, and to vary or estiuguish, all ex- isting rights, and privileges, in any manner connected with the lands, aud buildings, rights, easements, and pri- vileges, to be purchased for the purposes aforesaid, or which would in any uanner impede or interfere with the construction, maintenance, or U31 of the intended lines of Railway, bridge, approacn roads, aud works, and to levy tolls, ratei, and duties, upon or iu respect of the intended lines of Kill* ay, bridge, approach roads, and works, and to alter existing Lolls, rates, and duties, aud to con- fer exemptions fioin payment of the same aud to con- fer other rights and privileges. To authoiise arraugeutciits between the Company and owners of lands, within the parish of Elles- mere, iu the county of Salop, and within the pa- rish ot Ruabon, ia the couuty of Ddnbigb, whose lands may have been taken, or may be taken for the pur- poses of or injuriously affected, by the construction of the proposed WOIKS, or aay of them, for the use, by such land owners, their visitors, tenauts, servants, and work- men, with or without carriages, caris, horses, and other animals of the said intended bridge and its ap- proaches. And it is intended to confer 011 the Company. aad make applicanle to the objects of tue proposed Act, all or some of the powers, and provisions of "TAe Companies, Clauses Consolidation Act, 18.J.5." The Lauds Clauses Consolidation Act 18.J.5." ihe Lands Clauses Consoli- dation Acts Amendment Act 11)60." "The Railways Clauses Consolidation Act And The Railway Companies Artitlatlon Act löõ9," and all other statutes, powers, and provisions necessary for the purposes to be authorised by the said proposed Act. To authorise and compel the Company and the Vale of Llangollen Railway Co.upauy, ami also to authorise and compel the Company aud tuo laaugolleu and Corwea Railway Company, aod also to authorise and compel the Company, and the LíinllHulJli aud Newtown Railway Company, aud also to authorise and compel the Company, and tae Osweatty aud Newtown Railway Company, and also to autaouse aud compel the Company aud the Os- westry, Eiteswefe, and Whitchurch Railway Company, and also to autuoriss and compel the Compauy aud the Shrewsbury aud Welsupool Railway Company, aud also to authorise and cuuipel tue Company, aud the Great vVestern Railway Co. aud aiso tu authorise aud compel the Company aud the loudon and Noith Western Railway Co npany, aud utao to autnonse aud compel the Company, and the SmopsUtie Union Railway and Canal Company, and also to authorise and compel tue Company, and the Bukau- head, iiA<icu.>u;re aud Cheshire Junction Railway l!> u- pauy, aud also I ) autuoriao aud compel the Company, and the Nortu StalfordaUire Hallway Compauy to emer illt) and carry iuto etfect any contracts aad arraugements which may be agreed upou betweju the contracting Compauies or which may be determined by arbitration or otuerwise as may bo provided tor in the proposed bill, for or with Ie. fereuce to tue working, use, aud maintenance by euuer of toe contracting Uompauie> of tue Rauways or iramroads or undertaking of the otner of them or pait thereof, tiie supply ana maintenance of engines, carriages, stock aud plant for tne purposes thereof, the coutribuuous aud pay- ments to be made by either ot the contracting companies to the other ui them, the collection, management, pro- teotton, working, and transmission of tue traffic ua such Railways, tramioads, or undertaking, or parts uiereof, and tne nXlUg, levying, collection, appropriation, and divi- sion ot 1.Ile tolls aud otuer income thence arisiog, and to autuorise either ot the contracting Companies to levy tolls on the Railways, or tramroade, of the other of them to make etfeotuat provision for tue facihtation ot the trabic of the Company over the lines belonging to, or worked by the auveial other Companies Hereinbefore mentioned, hereiuaiter referred to all" the said existing Companies," or some of tuem, and for the tacilitation ox 1.11" trauio ot each ol tue said existing Companies, or some of them, over tue Railway of the Company, anu over tue Railway of the Oowestry, Ellesmere, aud Whitchurch Railway Company, and lor renuinug tne said exiatiug Companies, and the Company and tach of tuem to con- vey and forward such Uaihc; to auihorise the Company, and one or more 01 tue said existiug Companion ij ap- poiut u joint committee tor all ot auy of tne loregjing purposes, and to cooler upon such committee Ntiuj era as may ba iiooessary or expedient, 1..1 rcguia.o lueir proceeaio^i, and to autnorise mo owner ioi. mo umc being, ot i*ias t?dn-y-?a, in the p<tf?a of Ru?o?;i, afore- au1û from time ?o ti.?u, to nominate au? c?p?iui. a direc- tor of the Company. And it is atoo luicuded by the said hill to empo>vci the Company compulsorily, or by agreement, to run over, work, and use with theif engines and carnages, and 10.. the purposes of their trarfio oi every description, tatl liues of itaiiway, stations, roads, plitlorms, Water, water uu- glUes, sidiugs, macmuery, works, aud conveniences ot lÙU Vale ot ijiaugolien Railway Compauy, and of tnu Llangollen and Corwen ftailway Uompauy, IUJ" of tne Llauidioes aud Newiown Railway Company, and ot the Uswestiy and Newiown Railway Com^aay, and of the Oswestry, Liicsuicie, and Wmtcuu.ch itaiivvay Company, and of tue ahiewsbury aud Weisnpool Railway Company, and oi the lirca; Western Railway Coaipany, and oi tne Lionuou aud Norm Western railway Company, andot I tne Soropahire Union Railways and Canal Company, anu uf the Birkenheao, Lauca^fiae and Cuesinre Juuctiou rtauway Company, auU of tâø North Statfordshire Rail- ¡ way Coni^u.iy. And it is intended to exlead the several provisions here- ) iuoetore relived to respecting arrangements and agree- ments between Companies tacilitation ot tradio over I ways, and running powers, or any powers, a«ce*»ary or iii- Cental thereto respectively, to any Railway or ￼ taking or part thereof, leased to or worked by or in the 00- cupation of any of the said existing Companies, either 11- parately or jointly with some other Company or Company and also to levy tolls, rates and duties in respect of passen- gers and traffic conveved over the before-mentioned Rail- ways, or parts of Railways, and it is intended to confer "pon the paid existing Companies, or some of them, the like or reciprocal privileges and powers in respeot of the lines of Railway, stations, roads, platforms, water, water- engines, sidings, machinery, works, and conveniences ot the Company, and levying of tolls, rates and duties, in reapect thereof. And whereas section 20 of the Oswestry, Ellesmere,- and Whitchurch Railway Act, 1861, is as follows, The powors ot this Act with respect to* so much of the Rail- ways as lies west of the town of Ellesmere shall be sus- pended until the 1st day of SeDtemher. 1862. and if M Act has then passed to authorise a deviation of the Rail- ways hereby authorised, or the making of a new Railway either by the Company or any other Company, in order to give continuous communication from Ellesmere to Oswestry, Ruabon and Shrewsbury, avoiding as much as possible residential damage, then the said powers shall oease, and.determine, provided always that any Bill which may be introduced for accomplishing the objects afore- said shall contain proper clauses for securing to any Conr pany, whose Railway shall communicate with the Rail- way of the Company, or the Railway or Railways pro- posed by such Bill such fall facilities as may be necessary for the traffic of any such Company as aforesaid, passing or Intended to pass thereon, and on the line by this Act au- thorised or any part thereof." Now, notice is hereby further given, that it is intended to comprise in the pioposed Bill, as int' ided to be de- posited as hereinafter mentioned, or dur: of the Bill through PBrliament, all such visions as may be necessary for giving said section and the said proviso thereto And it is intended to alter, enlarge, > or soma of the powers aud provisi- local aad person!tl Acts following, ''J (that is to say) the Act 22 and and all other Acts relating to the ji- •ti Railway Company 23 and 24 Vie. cap. L, Acts relating to the Llangollen aud Corwen Riilwo, pany, 16 aad 17 Vio. cap. 143; 19 and 20 Vie. cap. 24i U a-id 23 Vic. cap. 30, 24 and 25 Viet. cap. 90, and all other Acts relating to the Llanidloes and Newtown Rail- way Company, 18 and 19 Vic. cap. 86; 23 and 24 Vie. c;tpo. 101, 108, and 139; 21 and 25 Via. caps. 17 and 103; and all other Acts relating to the Oswestry and Ndwtown Riilway Company; 24 and 25 Vic. cap, 223- and all other Acts relating to the Oswestry, Ellesmere, and Whitchurch Railway Company, 19 and 20 Via. cap. 132; 2L an l 22 Vio. cap. 110; 23 and 24 Vic. cap. 25; 24 and 25 Vic. cap. 13, and all other Acts relating to the Shrewsbury and Welshpool Railway Company, 5 and 6 Wm. IV. cap. 107 6 Wm. IV. caps. 36, 38, 77, and 79; 1 Vie. caps. 91 and 92 (1837), and 24 and 26 (1838), 2 Vic. cap. 27; 3 Vio. cap. 47 3 and 4 Vic. cap. 105; 4 and 5 Vic. cap. 41 5 Vio. (Session 2) cap. 28 6 Via. cap. 10; 7 Vio. cat). 3; 7 and 8 Vic. caps 68 and 99; 8 and 9 Vic. caps. 40, 42, 53, 115, 155, 156, 184, 188, 190, and 191; 9 Vic. cap. 14; 9 and 10 Via. cap,. 166, 181, 236, 239, 240, 250, 251, 274, 275, 278, 307, 308, 313, 315. 326, 335, 337, 338, 369, 383, and 402; 10 and 11 Vic. caps. 60, 72, 76. 80, 91, 101, 109, 144, 149, 154, 226. and 242; 11 and 12 Vic. oapt. 28, 59, 74. 77, 82,95, 130, 131, 133, 135, 158, and 159; 12 and 13 Vic. cap. 55; 13 Vic. caps 6 and 7; 13 and 14 Vic. caps. 44,93 and 110 14 and 15 Vic. caps. 22, 48, 52, 53, 74, 81, and 131; 15 and 16 Vic. caps. 9, 117, 125, 133, 140, 145, 145, 147, 165 and 168; 16 and 17 Vic. caps. 121, 153, 175, 204, 209, 210 and 212; 17 and 18 Vio. oips. 108, 120, 158, 163, 192, 202, 204, 207, 209, 215 222; 18 and 19 Vic. caps. 11, 59, 69, 98, 102, 139, 171 and 191 19 and 20 Vic. caps. 109, 123, 126, 132 and 137 20 and 21 Vic. caps. 8, 24, 54, 96, and 158; 21 and 22 Vic. caps. 90, 139 and 146; 22 Vic. cap. 13 22 and 23 Vic. caps. 1, 40, 64, 76, 105, 120, 134 and 138; 23 and 24 Vic. cap. 69 24 and 25 Via. caps. 36, 134 and 204, and all other Acts relating to the Great Wes. tern Railway Company; 8 and 9 Vic, caps. 36, 37, 43, 105, 111, 112, 123, 156 and 198 9 Vic. cap. 67 9 and 10 Vic. caps. 80, 82, 152, 182, 184, 192, 193, 204, 231, 232, 233, 243, 244, 248, 259, 261, 262, 269, 300, 309, 322, 323, 324, 328, 331, 359, 368, 869, 380 and 396; 10 and 11 Vic. caps. 73, 107, 114, 118, 1*0, 121, 131, 132, 139, 159, 161. 178, 188, 228, 236, 270, 278, and 294; 11 and 12 Vie. cap, 68, 60 and 130; 12 and 13 Viu. cap. 74; 13 and 14 Vic. cap. 36; 14 Vio. cap. 28; 14 and 15 Via. cap. 94 15 Vic. oaps. 98 and 105 16 and 17 Vio. caps. 97, 110, 157, 160, 161, 205, 216 and 222 17 and 18 Vie. caps. 201, and 204 18 and 19 Vic. oaps. 172 and 194; 19 and 20 Vic. caps. 52, 69 and 123 20 and 21 Vio. caps. 64, 98 and 108; 21 and 22 Via. caps. 130 and 131; 22 and 23 Vic. caps. 1, 2, 5, 88,113,124,126, and 134; 23 and 240 Vio. oaps. 77, 79 and 111; 24 and 25 Vic. caps. 44, 110, 123, 128, 130, 134, 208 and 219 and ail other Acts relating to the London and North. Western Ridway Company; the 28th George III. cap. 73 i 7 and 8 George IV. cap. 102; 8 and 9 Vic. cap. 2 9 and J 0 Via. caps. 322, 323 and 324; 10 and 11 Vic. cap. 121 17 and 18 Vic. cap. 179; 20 and 21 Vic. cap. 108 and all other Acts relating to the Shropshire Union Railway and Canal Company; 15 and 16 Vic. cap. 1G7 22 and 23 Vic. cap. 74 24 and 25 Vic. cap. 134 and ail other Acts relating to the Birken- head, Lancashire and Cheshire Junction Railway Com- pany 1 William IV. cap. 55 9 and 10 Vic. cap. 85; JO and 11 Vic. cap. 108; 11 and 12 Vic. caps. 66 and 83; 13 and 14 Vic. cap. 55: 17 and 18 Vic. cap. 194; 22 and 23 VIC. cap. 126; 23 and 24 Vio. caps. 42 and 71; 24 and 25 Vio. cap. 71, and all other Acts relating to the North Staffordshire Railway Company, and all Acts reoitad or referred to in the said Acts hereitl before mentioned or any of them. And it is intended so far as may be necessary, for effecting tho objects and purposes of the proposed Act, to alter, vary, amend, or reduce the tolls granted by the several Acts hereinbefore mentioned or some of them, or by any other Acts relating to the said existing Com- panies, or their respective undertakings. And Notice is hereby further given, that on or before the 30th day of November, 1861, plans and sections of the proposed lines of Riilwar, Bridge, approaches, and other works, a book or reference to such plaus. a pub- lished map with the said intended lines of Railway de- lineated thereon, and a copy of tais notice as published in thu London Gazette" will be deposited for public inspection with the clerk of the peaca for the county of Salop, at his oilioe, in Surewshurv, and with the Clerk of the peace for the county ot Denbigh, at his office in llnthiu, ati.1 t ut on or before tne said 30th day of Nov. lSdl, a copy of tiio said Udzette" Notice, and of so much of the said plans, seotions, und bo^k ot reference, as relates to eaon parisu or extra-parochial p\aoe, in or through which, the said lines of Railway, Bridge, ap proaches, and works, are intendel to be contructed, will be deposited in the case of a parish with t ie parish clerk of eaJtl tiich parish at his usual pi-ice of abode, and in tne case of any extra-parochial place, with the parish clcrs of some paiish immediately adjoining thereto at his plaoe of abode; anl that printed copies ot the proposed Bill for effecting the objects specified in this Notice or some of them will be deposited in tae private Bill Offioa of the House of Commons on or before the 23rJ day of December, 1861. Dated the 12th day of November, 1861. SLATER HEELIS, & Co., Solicitors. Manchester. NEWALL AND PIKE, 44, Parliament Street, London, Parliamentary Aent..
Q, XT IB E JST INSURANCE COMPANY. Chief OffiIJ-QUEEN Twsua.icp BUILDINGS, LIVERPOOL. London Office—83, KINO WILLIAM STHBBT, E.C. CAPITAL HALF A MILLION, with power to increase to a MILLION. THE GENERAL PROGRESS OF THE COMPANY tluring the last three years is tiias shown, viz FIR1S PKE villLilS, 1st year £ 12,569 3 5 Ditto 2 td 24,996 14 8 Ditto 3rd 38,482 16 2 being an increase of the preheat over the preceding yeuc ot upwards ot 50 per cent. TiieLlFB Pitii.VI 1U>1S receive! dur- ing ttie first two years anuunted to £ 6,272 1 0 Whiist during the last two yeari they nuvo reached .2,a26 18 11 TUB TOL'J.L INCOME fir ef h lIt tne TUREE yeara shows an INCREASE of nearly TWENTY THOUS- A?D POUAD? PER AN,- ,sU ,v l FIRE and LIFE Insurances granted on liberal terms. Prospectuses and forms of proposal to be bal at any of the Offices of the Company, or at the Agencies. By order, W: P. CLIctEidUGH, Maasgur & Actuary. Or Active and influential Agents at Wrexham, Ruabon, and Oswestry wanted. money. A/T ONEY TO LEND, Aom £ 10 to L400, on perMm JL or other security, to be repaid by easy Monthly or (Quarterly instalments, extending over a period from on* to three years. Loans gran: ad within one week from day of application. Coulid mee strictly observt;d. Apply, by letter or personalty, to Mr. EDWARD CLOWJM No. 86, .Booth-street East, Oxford Ruad, Miinehsator, Estaau&iei 1043. 4>