King’s Co. Chronicle, 1845: Galway and Kilkenny Railway Committee

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The King’s Co. Chronicle
Vol. 1 No. 3
Wednesday, Oct 6th, 1845

Galway and Kilkenny
Railway Company

Temporary Offices, 84 Broad-street Buildings, London

Committee of Management
Pierce Somerset Butler, Esq., M.P. Chairman of the Waterford and Kilkenny Railway Company
George Anderson, Esq., London, Deputy Chariman of the Waterford and Kilkenny Railway Company
George Ennery, Esq., London. Director of the Waterford and Kilkenny Railway Company
Charles Hulse, Esq., London, Director of the Waterford and Kilkenny Railway Company
Thomas Wyse, Esq., M. P., Chairman the Waterford and Kilkenny Railway Company
Henry Prittie, Esq., Corville, Roscrea
William O’Har(?e), Esq., Galway
Henry Trench, Esq., Sopwell Hall, Roscrea
Fredk Pratt Barlow, Esq., Director of the Great Western Railway Company
Fredk Ricketts, Esq., Director of the Great Western Railway Company
Louis Vigurs, Esq,. Deputy Chairman of the South Wales Railway Company.

Bankers
London – Messrs. Denison, Heywood, Kennards & Co., Lombard St.,, and Messrs. Currie, Cornhill.
Liverpool – Messrs. Arthur Heywood, Sons and Company
Ireland – Provincial Bank of Ireland and its Branches: London and Dbulin Bank, Dublin

Solicitors:
Messrs. Edwards, Mason and Edwards, 8 Moorgate-street and 8 Delabay Street, London ; Messrs. Garde and Atkinson 7, Inns Quay, Dublin

Local Agents:
H. Devereux, Esq., Kilkenny
Mseesr. J. and J. Blakeney Galway.

The Committee of Management of the above Railway Company have he satisfaction of informing their shareholders that an agreement has ultimately been concluded with the Directors of he Irish Midland Great Western Railway Company, under which the line of the Galway and Kilkenny Railway will fall into the proposed extension of the Midland Great Western Railway from Mullingar to Galway, at or near to the town of Ballinasloe, subject nevertheless, to an equitable arrangement to be hereafter made for working the traffic of the Galway and Kilkenny railway Company over the portion of the Line between Ballinsloe and Galway.

The Committee have also the satisfaction of stating that they have concluded an arrangement with the Committee of Management of the Kilkenny Junction Railway Company under which the interests of the Company are united with the Galway and Kilkenny Railway Company.

A few more paragraph – not included here.

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