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Hibernian General Railway

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1825 January 26th. Meeting with the Earl of Glengall in the Chair. 23 persons named. Appointed James Elmes to be Engineer and R. M. Hollingworth as Assistant Engineer. [1] [2]

1825 February 7th. Meeting with Leland Crosthwaite in the Chair. Twelve named including Arthur Guinness. [3]

1825 March 5th. Details of Members and Directors. [4] [5]

1825 April 4th. Meeting with James Scully in the Chair. Railway between Limerick and Waterford. [6]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Thursday, Jan 27, 1825
  2. The Times, Friday, Jan 28, 1825
  3. The Times, Thursday, Feb 17, 1825
  4. The Times, Saturday, Mar 05, 1825
  5. The Times, Tuesday, Mar 08, 1825
  6. The Times, Monday, Apr 11, 1825