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The Grand Trunk Arrangements Act, 1862

The Grand Trunk Arrangements Act, 1862

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Published by s.n. in [Toronto? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Canada,
  • Bonds,
  • Mortgages

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[Richard Snelling].
    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 47362
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfiche (8 fr.).
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17466366M
    ISBN 100665473621

      c. An Act to amend the Act incorporating the Royal Canadian Bank, by extending, if necessary, the time for resumption of specie payment, and also to authorize if necessary the amalgamation of the said Bank with any other Bank or Banks, and for other purposes. The Pacific Railroad Act of (based on an earlier bill in ) authorized land grants for new lines that would "aid in the construction of a railroad and telegraph line from the Missouri river to the Pacific ocean". The rails of the ". First Transcontinental Railroad " were joined on

    John Davis Barnett () was an early Canadian curator-librarian. Barnett collected the materials to create one of the significant early personal Ontario libraries and was a vocal proponent of education through the use of freely available printed ality: Canadian. GRAND SUMMER EXCURSIONS! Tickets at greatly reduced rates via the Grand Trunk Railway! To tie White Moutilalait, Montreal,Quebec, Niagara Falla, Detroit, Chicago, and Milwaukee. Route No 1. Danville or Yarmouth Junction to Gorham and Return, $4 50 ♦«2. Portland to Gorham and Return, 5 00 *• 3. Portland to Montreal and Return.

    The Penn Central's estate's Pennsylvania Company (Pennco) sold the Detroit, Toledo & Ironton to Grand Trunk Western in following ICC approval. The formal takeover occurred on August 1, The DT&I slowly disappeared after this date as its southern network was abandoned in stretches south of Washington Court House from through early. 3. Memorandum re Grand Trunk Pacific Act, , and proceeds of securities issued thereunder. 4. Statement showing bonds, etc., authorized, issued and outstanding and net proceeds therefrom, also interest payable for the years and (as from 29th February, ), Grand Trunk Pacific Railway and Grand Trunk Pacific Branch Lines. 5.


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The Grand Trunk Arrangements Act, 1862 Download PDF EPUB FB2

The words "Arrangements Act" mean The Grand Trunk Arrangements Act, The words "Postal Bonds" mean the Postal and Military Service Bonds issued by the Company under the authority of The Grand Trunk Arrangements Act Arrangements Act;" The words "working expenses" mean working expenses as defined by the Arrangements Act.

Get this from a library. The Grand Trunk Arrangements Act, [Richard Snelling]. Bill: an act to extend the provisions of " The Grand Trunk Arrangements Act, " so far as relates to certain preferential bonds, for a further period, and for other purposes.

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Memorandum by the late Select Committee of Share and Bondholders, (appointed 2nd January, ) [electronic resource]: on the "Arrangements Act" just passed by the Canadian Parliament, and on Mr. Watkin's report of his proceedings in Canada: (issued preparatory to the meeting of the share and bond holders to be held on the 8th August,to consider the expediency of adopting the "Grand.

PENGUIN BOOKS. ON THE GRAND TRUNK ROAD. Steve Coll is most recently the author of the national bestseller The Bin Ladens. He is the president of the New America Foundation, a nonpartisan public policy institute headquartered in Washington, D.C., and a staff writer for The New Yorker/5(13).

Upon, from and after the passing of this Act, the proprietors of the Ottawa and Prescott Railway, that is to say: Joseph Robinson, Abraham Darby, Henry Dickinson, and William Tothill, lately carrying on business at No.

7, Laurence Pountney Hill, Cannon street, in the City of London. 1862 book and agrees on his own behalf and on behalf of the said Grand Valley R. Co., that he will make or cause to be made a through traffic arrangement with the Canadian Pacific Railway Co.

making direct connection with the C.P.R. at Galt, in terms of the Railway Act of Canada in such a way that the current competitive freight rates will apply.

Thus the British North America Act, included the provision for an Intercolonial Railway to link with the Grand Trunk at Rivière-du-Loup. The end of the American Civil War saw British North America on the verge of uniting in a single federation, and the GTR's financial prospects improved as the railway was well-positioned to take advantage of increased population and economic arters: Montreal, Quebec.

The Detroit & Milwaukee Railroad, a predecessor to the Grand Trunk Railroad, reached Grand Rapids, Michigan in and break-bulk service began out of Grand Haven to Milwaukee.

This arrangement continued in part until when the ferry Grand Haven entered into service. The Government of Canada continued to sink public funds into the operation and attempted to pay off its debts in with the passage of the “Grand Trunk Arrangements Act”.

The public found this distasteful and for a period the railway was very unpopular. He thought it would be the extreme of folly, therefore, not to assent to the act which they had succeeded in getting the Canadian legishiture to pass.

Under these circumstances, he begged to move that tho Grand Trunk Arrangements Act,be and the same is hereby passed. Read London Standard Newspaper Archives,p. 1 with family history and genealogy records from London, Middlesex that in pursuance of the 39th section of "The Grand Trunk Arrangements Act, ," aSpecial General Meeting of the Bond and Share holders of this Company will be held on FRIDAY, the 8th day of August now.

; Passed the Act ofwhich ended the rule of the East India Company. Withdrew Doctrine of Lapse. Mutiny took place in his time. Governer Generals and Viceroys (–) Lord Canning (–62): The Indian Councils Act of was passed, which proved to be a.

Weekly newspaper printed and sold by Thomas Edison at the age of Edison had taken a job in the baggage car of the Grand Trunk Railroad. With free time while the train was moving, he acquired an old printing press and began publishing a weekly newspaper, for the price of eight cents per : Edison, Thomas.

Inthe constitution was patriated when Elizabeth II gave her royal assent to the Canada Act The Constitution of Canada is made up of a number of codified acts and uncodified traditions; one of the principal documents is the Constitution Act,which renamed the BNA Act to Constitution Act.

The Transit of British Troops-Maine versus the United States. and go forward by the Grand Trunk Railroad, seems to have been specially distasteful to the Senate of Maine.

And this act of. With some of the opposition gone, Congress passed the Homestead Act on (See Document 1). It allowed the head of a household (a man or woman) over the age of 21 to claim acres of land and receive title to the land after living on the land for 5 years and improving the land by cultivating it and building a home (See Image 1).

Place Published: Quebec Publisher: Printed for the Contractors by Hunter, Rose & Lemieux Date Published: Binding: RARE - ONLY ONE OTHER COPY FOUNDQuarto, 5 p. Disbound, small holes and tears in margin.

At head of title: 1st Session, 7th Parliament, 25 Victoria BillAn Act to Incorporate the Massawippi Valley Railroad Company. The Allan and Grand Trunk companies hold afmeeting in Montreal next Monday, when the arrangements for the winter business will be concluded.

It is understood that the Allans will resume the direct communication between Portland and Liverpool which prevailed until within a few years, and that the steamers em ployed will be the finest in their. The necessity for such legislation is clearly shown in the preamble to the Grand Trunk arrangement act,passed by the parliament of the province of Canada on the ninth of June,before the establishment of the dominion government, and which is in these words.

Popular Science Monthly/Volume 13/August /Sketch of Thomas Alva Edison He early took to the railroad, and became a newsboy on the Grand Trunk line, running into Detroit. Here he had access to a library, which he undertook to read through; but, after skimming over many hundred miscellaneous books, he adopted the plan of select reading on.Memorandum by the late Select Committee of Share and Bondholders, (appointed 2nd January, ): on the "Arrangements Act" just passed by the Canadian Parliament, and on Mr.

Watkin's report of his proceedings in Canada: (issued preparatory to the meeting of the share and bond holders to be held on the 8th August,to consider the expediency of adopting the "Grand Trunk Arrangements Act.