Wednesday, January 11, 1854 The Examiner (Toronto) Page 3, col. 5

Commercial Review.

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John O'[illegible], the Solicitor of the Great Western Railway Company, gives notice of application for an Act to incorporate a Company for the construction of a Railway from the town of Chatham, or some other point on the Great Western Railway, to Amherstburgh, or some other point on the Detroit River, or Lake Erie, and also for an Act to amend the Charter of the Great Western Railway Company.

And William Lynne Smart intends applying for an extension of the powers of the Woodstock and Lake Erie Railway and Harbour Company, to enable the Company to extend and construct a Railway from the Village of Dunnville, in the County of Haldimand, to the Falls of Niagara River, and further to enable the Company to extend and construct a Railway from the Village of Port Dover, or the town of Simcoe, or from any point between those places to the Town of St. Thomas, in the County of Elgin.

Also for an extension of the powers of the Woodstock and Lake Erie Railway and Harbour Company, to enable the said Company to extend and construct a Railway from the Town of Woodstock, in the County of Oxford, to the Town of Stratford, in the County of Perth.

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Railways: G.W.Ry.

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