The Railways of Great Britain and Ireland Practically Described and Illustrated

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J. Weale, 1842 - Railroads - 500 pages
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Page xxxviii - ... set forth in the Appendix marked A.,) be made to the owners " or reputed owners, lessees or reputed lessees, and occupiers, " either by delivering the same personally, or by leaving the " same at their usual place of abode, or, in their absence from " the United Kingdom, with their agents respectively...
Page lxi - ... be paid into the Bank of England in the name and with the privity of the Accountant-General of the Court of Chancery...
Page xlv - Railway is intended to pass a Plan and Section of all such Alterations from the original Plan and Section as shall have been approved of by Parliament, on the same Scale and containing the same Particulars as the original Plan and Section of the Railway...
Page lix - ... in the office of the clerk of the peace for every county, riding, or division in England or Ireland, or in the office of the...
Page xlv - Ireland, in or through which such Alterations shall have been authorized to be made, Copies or Extracts of or from such Plans and Sections as shall relate to such Parishes respectively.
Page lxi - ... shall by order direct the sum of money paid in pursuance of such warrant or order, or the stocks, funds, or securities in or upon which the same may...
Page lv - ... on the owners or reputed owners, lessees or reputed lessees, and occupiers of the said lands, and on the overseers of such parishes, and on the trustees, surveyors of highways, or other persons having the care of such roads or streets.
Page xliii - ... bill for the past year, under the several distinct heads of receipts and expenditure, with a statement of the balance...
Page lix - Scotland, in which such work is proposed to be made, and also with the parish clerk in every parish in England, the schoolmaster of every parish of Scotland, or, in royal burghs, with the town clerk, and the postmaster of the post town in or nearest to every parish in Ireland, in which such work is intended to be made, and with other persons : And whereas it is expedient that such maps, plans, sections, books, writings, and copies or extracts of and from the same, should be received by the said clerks...
Page lvii - ... which such deviation is intended to be made ; or in case any street or public highway shall be affected by such deviation, then the same shall not be made without the...

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