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Railway management. The proof! A third letter to George Carr Glyn

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by John Whitehead

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Published by Smith, Elder, and Co., 65, Cornhill in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby John Whitehead
The Physical Object
Pagination[2],48 p. ;
Number of Pages48
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26199677M
OCLC/WorldCa68086907

The Board of Management beg earnestly to urge the importance of providing the means for the continuance and support of this Institution, which daily proves, by its extending list of Patients, the present benefits arising from this Charity, and leads the Board of Management to anticipate the best possible results in the advancement of Homoeopathy. ESTABLISHED) Empowered by Special Acts of Parliaments Chairman—JOHN E. JOHNSON, Esq. Deputy Chairman—THOMAS M. COOMBS, Esq. Trsasiw^r—GEORGE CARR GLYN, Esq., M.P. Capital—ONE MILLION STTEKUNG, Cap The Whole Paid-up a;:d Invested, thereby affording per- fect Security to parties assured. MR.

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Railway management. The proof! A third letter to George Carr Glyn by John Whitehead Download PDF EPUB FB2

George carr Glyn, Esq. in the chair. Published: () The London and Birmingham Railway with the home and country scenes on each side of the line, including sketches of Kenilworth, Leamington, Warwick, Guy's Cliff, Stratford, &c.

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Railway management: letter to George Carr Glyn, Esq., M.P., chairman of the London and North Western Railway Company. [John Whitehead, of the Stock Exchange.; George Carr Glyn]. A third letter to George Carr Glyn. / (London: Smith, Elder, and Co., 65, Cornhill, ) (page images at HathiTrust) Whitehead, John: Tentamen physiologicum inaugurale, sistens novam theoriam, de causa reciprocarum, in corde et arteriis, contractionum et dilatationum / (Lugduni Batavorum: apud Luzac & van Damme, ), also by Jan.

A Handbook for travellers along the London and Birmingham railway with the fare and time tables, &c., corrected to the present day, and portions extracted (by permission of the proprietors) from Roscoe's larger work on this railway: embellished with 25 fine engravings on wood, and a map of the line of unequalled correctness and beauty.

Stephenson's London and Brighton Railway speech of W.P. Wood, Esq. on summing up the engineering evidence given in support of the bill for Stephenson's line of railway before the Right Hon. Committee of the House of Lords, 22d July, by: Hatherley, William Page Wood, Baron, Hull and Selby Railway, connecting Liverpool with Hull through Manchester and Leeds, making a complete railway communication from the Irish Sea to the German Ocean report of the directors of the Hull and Selby Railway Company, (incorporated by act of Parliament, June 21st, [i.e.

],) laid before the proprietors, at their third general meeting, on Friday, February 1, An act to authorize the Company of Proprietors of the Stockton and Darlington Railway to relinquish one of their branch railways and to enable them to make another branch railway in lieu thereof, and to enable the said company to raise a further sum of money, and to enlarge the powers and provisions of the several acts relating to the said railway.

Seventeen years afterwards Mr. Glyn was destined to be raised to the peerage as Baron Wolverton, a title which he took from the place where the London and Birmingham had located their works, which, as everyone knows, is now the headquarters of the carriage works of the London and North-Western Railway.

Glyn was succeeded in the chair by. Books at Amazon. The Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch. Here you'll find current best sellers in books, new releases in books, deals in books, Kindle eBooks, Audible audiobooks, and so much more.

George Carr Glyn, chairman of the London and North Western Railway from towas son of Sir Richard Carr Glyn, and was a wealthy London banker and Liberal MP. Edmund Beckett Denison, chairman of the Great Northern Railway from towas son of Sir John Beckett, sat as Conservative MP for the West Riding of Yorkshire and.

Glyn was born into a City family, his father being senior partner in a private bank and had served as Lord Mayor of London in In his turn, George Carr developed the bank to be one of the two largest private banks in London, and it became known as the railway.

Get this from a library. Railway competition: a letter to George Carr Glynn, Esq., M.P., Chairman of the London & North Western Railway. [George Carr Glyn;]. Cort, Railway Reform: In a Letter to William Chaplin, Esq., M.P.

Chairman of the London and South-Western Railway Company, Showing that the Liverpool and Manchester Railway. The project was, we believe, one of the fruits of George Stephenson’s fertile brain; but the responsibility of carrying out the work had been undertaken chiefly by Leeds and London men.

George Carr Glyn, the banker, Mr. Kirkman Hodgson, Mr. Frederick Huth, the German merchant, Mr. Josiah Lewis, of Derby, and others, were on the first. Full text of "Handley Carr Glyn Moule, Bishop of Durham: a biography" See other formats.

Oil Painting, framed portrait in oils of George Carr Glyn, first Lord Wolverton, Chairman of the London & Birmingham Railway and Chairman of London & North Western Railwayby F. Grant, R.A. Railway Maps and Plans. It is well known that the great Railway Mania in Britain in thes had a great impact on accounting.

This paper contributes a description and analysis of the events that led to this revolution. Proof mezzotint on india. x mm. Edges toned. George Carr Glyn (), 1st Baron Wolverton; a partner in the family firm of Glyn, Mills and Company, which was reputed to be the largest private bank in London, with extensive interests in the railways.

By the s, over railway companies, both domestic and foreign, banked with them. Founded by three City gentlemen - Joseph Vere, Richard Glyn and Thomas Hallifax - this private bank opened at 70 Lombard Street, London intrading as Vere, Glyn & Hallifax.

By the bank had moved to Birchin Lane. It prospered, developing a large business as London agent for many of the growing provincial banks, providing banking facilities for more than of the new railway.

Full text of "London and Birmingham Railway Company at a meeting of the general Board of Management of the Company for making a railway between London and Birmingham, composed of deputations from the respective London and Birmingham Boards, which was held at No.

69, Cornhill, on 31st January, " See other formats.Full text of "Fifty Years on the London & North Western Railway, and Other Memoranda in the Life of David See other formats.I still have the photo of this group, which included, in addition to the Gladstones and Aberdeens and the present Marquess as a small boy, the Rev.

the Hon. E. Carr Glyn, afterwards Bishop of Peterborough, and Lady Mary Glyn, the Earl and Countess of Elgin (he was Viceroy of India, ), Mr. Henry Gladstone, and various Scottish notables.