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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bring in a Bill for making an Arcade from Bartholomew-lane to London-wall. A short discussion took place on the Rother Levels Drainage Bill, Lord John Hvmn-u proposed, as au am»»d«»efil, that it i be read a second time that day Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The Bills which received the Royal assent on Monday were - The Indemnity Bill, Customs* Wharf Conveyances, Seamen's Hospital, Rother Levels Drainage, Tredington Church, Exeter Waterworks, Exeter Waterworks Company, Camberwell Poor Grand Junction Railway, Whitby and Pickering Railway, Lon- don Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    R<__uT BUI ~ r MuU " y BUI : Cou - Dr_ue^^ Bill • H_._^_^T_M. ' < omm '"«-*- Rother Levels ■^ 11*11,7;)^^ "^h h R ° ad 8i,, « Abergele Loudon __d Binni.___l_.mH ' *_£_■* for third readi^- aribery Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    moned-Privy Council Bill ; Committee- London and Birming- ham Railway Bill ; second reading- Camberwell Poor Bill ; second reading- Rother Levels Drainage Bill ; Committee- Cheltenham Sewers BUI ; Committee- Cranbrooke Road Bill ; Committee - Mutiny Bill; Committee. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tbe Abtrdare Markets and Town Hall, Black Sluice Diainage, Clyde Lighthouses, Highland and Dingwall and bkye Railways, Hunt's Patent, Rother Levels (Im- provement of Drainage, Rye Harbour), Shrewsbury (Kirgsland) Bridge, Southern Railway (Cashel Extension Abar.dor.ment), and Witham River Outfall Improvement Subscribers-only content

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