Brighton Railway Bill; Minutes of Evidence Taken Before the Lords Committees to Whom the Bill Intituled "An ACT for Making a Railway to Join the London and Southampton Railway Near London, and to Form a Communication Between London and

Brighton Railway Bill; Minutes of Evidence Taken Before the Lords Committees to Whom the Bill Intituled "An ACT for Making a Railway to Join the London and Southampton Railway Near London, and to Form a Communication Between London and

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1836 edition. Excerpt: ... General Meeting to receive such Report when they shall be prepared to make the same." Then a Sub-Committee was appointed, and Copies of the Resolutions were directed to be sent to Sir John Rennie, Mr. Vignoles, and Mr. Cundy, and the Sub-Committee requested that they would each send in their Plans for Inspection. On the 17th of December there was another Resolution, and they were all requested to send in their Plans; and it was pointed out that Mr. Robert Stephenson was to examine them, and that this was to be done, ' upon the distinct Understanding that they do not subject either themselves or any other Persons to any Claims for Service past, present, or future, or for any Expenses already or hereafter to be incurred with reference to the said Plans." Then it is stated, that Mr. George Rennie attended and delivered in in his Plan and Section; Mr. Cundy sent his Plan and Section; and a Letter Mr. w. Vizard. was read from Mr. Vignoles's Clerk, stating that Mr. Vignoles was absent " in Ireland, and that in his Absence he did not feel at Liberty to send his Plan and Section. Then it appears, that Mr. Robert Stephenson attended, and was informed of the Substance of the foregoing Resolution, and was requested to report to the Committee, at his earliest Convenience, his Opinion of the Three Plans deposited, and also to submit to them such Observations as might occur to him upon the Examination of the said Plans, or otherwise as to the Adoption of any other Line or Lines for a Railway between London and Brighton; but that it was not their Wish that he should at present take any Steps, either for the Purpose of verifying the Data upon which the Three Plans were founded, or of proceeding in any actual Survey of any other Line. There was a Resolution, was...show more

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  • Paperback | 270 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 14mm | 485g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236678729
  • 9781236678720