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Extracts from the Minutes of Evidence, given before the Committee of the Lords, on the London and Birmingham Railway Bill, in June, 1832; shewing the great advantage to Landowners and the Public, of this mode of Communication in General.
Printed by J. Chilcott 1833 - Small Octavo. vii, [3] 24pp. Original sewn paper wrapps. Some minor creasing/wear to extremities. The advertisement at the front serves to outline: "The following extracts.are reprinted.with especial reference to the utility and prospects of the Great Western Railway, by which it is proposed to connect the cities of London and Bristol". A list of directors and officials for the GWR is given at the rear. Some light spots/markings to covers and margins, otherwise a Very Good copy. Scarce. Not in Ottley in this form (see Ottley 6010). Together with a loose folding map depicting the GWR, no date, circa 1830's. The beginning of I.K. Brunel's great enterprise. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
      [Bookseller: Kerr & Sons Booksellers ABA ILAB]
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