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Railway Companies ;
ALL THE CASES RELATING TO COMPENSATION, MANDAMUS, INJUNCTION,
AND OTHER MATTERS
Decided in the Courts of Law and Equity;
INCLUDING THE DECISIONS AS TO THE LIABILITIES OF PROMOTERS AND
AND ON THE
RATEABILITY OF RAILWAYS TO THE POOR'S RATE.
ALSO THE PRACTICE IN PARLIAMENT, STANDING ORDERS, &c.
THE APPENDIX CONTAINS
All the Statutes, Forms of Notices, Warrants, Inquisitions, Awards, &c.; with
BY WILLIAM HODGES, Esq.,
OF THE INNER TEMPLE, BARRISTER-AT-LAW,
RECORDER OF POOLE.
S. SWEET, 1, CHANCERY-LANE, FLEET STREET,
As soon as the Bill introduced into Parliament, on the 12th of February, by Mr. Strutt, "for Regulating the Proceedings of the Commissioners of Railways, and for Amending the Law relating to Railways," has received the sanction of the Legislature, a SUPPLEMENT to this Work will be immediately published, whereby the mode of conducting the preliminary proceedings in Railway Bills to be introduced during the next session of Parliament will be pointed out, and also any additional provisions or alterations in the law, falling under the heads contained in Secs. 3 & 7, Chap. I. In other respects, the proposed measure will not affect the law as stated in this Work.
Feb. 20th, 1847.