Studies in Railway Expansion and the Capital Market in England: 1825-1873

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Seymour Broadbridge
Taylor & Francis, Nov 3, 2005 - Business & Economics - 215 pages
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Contents

Origins and Development 1825 to 1873
3
Traffic and Profits 1842 to 1873
38
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40
Gross Traffic Receipts Working Expenses
48
Gross Receipts and Gross Expenditure on Revenue
59
Dividends and Interest Paid 1842 to 1873
65
Dividends on Paidup Ordinary and Guaranteed and Preference Capital 1842 to 1873
68
Proportions of Ordinary Guaranteed and Preference and Loan Capital 1842 to 1873
71
Analysis of the Occupational Group
139
Total Subscriptions ofGentlemen and Land
144
Gross Traffic Receipts 1842 to 1873
177
Working Expenses 1842 to 1873
178
Net Traffic Receipts 1842 to 1873
179
Gross Expenditure on Revenue Account 1842 to 1873
180
Net Revenue 1842 to 1873
181
Balances Applicable to Dividends and Depreciation 1842 to 1873
182

Receipts and Expenditure on Capital Account 1842 to 1873
74
London Rates of Interest 1841 to 1874
107
Geographical Distribution of Subscriptions
113
The Contributions of Interested Counties
115
Subscriptions from some Lancashire Towns
122
Total Subscriptions from Manchester and Liverpool
131
Occupational and Nonoccupational Distribution of Subscriptions
138
Analysis of the Capital Structure 1842 to 1873
187
Dividends Paid on Ordinary and on Guaranteed and Preference Shares 1842 to 1873
191
Interest Paid on Loan Capital 1842 to 1873
193
LIST OF MAPS
197
The Manchester Leeds Railway in 1841 and other lines opened by that date and later absorbed by the Manchester Leeds or Lancashire Yorkshire R...
216
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