Wakefield, Pontefract, and Goole Railway: Reply of Mr. Wilkins, as Counsel on Behalf of the Promoters of the Bill, Wednesday, July 23, 1845. Lord Monteagle in the Chair
W. & J. Hargrove, 1845 - Railroads - 40 pages
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admit agricultural answer asked assertion Barnsley Canal best line Bill BINDER HE 3020 Birkenshaw and Leather Birkenshaw's line Brayton and Goole Brayton line called Captain Laws carriage carried 240,000 quarters Castleford clause Clough corn counsel delay disparage district engineers evidence favour forgotten gentleman Goole line Goole Railway grain Harris Hawkshaw Heath House Hildyard immense importance interests junctions justify King Hudson Knottingley Lancashire land learned friend learned opponents Leeds Company Leeds Railway lime line between Wakefield lines of Messrs Liverpool locus standi London Lord Monteagle Lordships Manchester and Leeds Methley branch mischief Normanton Oakenshaw object objectionable opposition PAMPHLET BINDER Parliament petition portion projected line proved rail reason Rochdale sanction scheme score seek shew side Silkstone coal Sir John Simpson Smyth Stephenson sure Talbot three miles told the Committee tons town undertaking valley Wakefield and Pontefract Wakefield or Leeds warehouses whole witnesses worst gradient
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