Railway Times (03/Oct/1846) - Huddersfield and Manchester Railway and Canal

The following is a transcription of a historic article and may contain occasional errors.

HUDDERSFIELD AND MANCHESTER RAILWAY AND CANAL.

Third Call £2 per Share on the £30 “unpaid-up” shares.

The Directors of the Huddersfield and Manchester Railway and Canal Company, having in the exercise of the power vested in them by, Law made a Call of £2 per Share upon the £30 “unpaid-up” Shares in this Company, payable on the 2nd day of November, 1846, to the Company's Bankers at their respective banking-houses following, viz.:—

In London — To Sir R. C. Glyn, Bart., and Co.
In Liverpool — To the Union Bank.
In Manchester — To the Union Bank.
In Huddersfield — To the Halifax and Huddersfield Union Bank.

You are informed that such Call has been so made, and (the respective holders of £30 “unpaid-up” shares being liable) are requested to pay the same to the said Bankers, or to some or one of them, at the time and places aforesaid.

Upon all Calls in arrear after the said 2nd day of November, interest at the rate of £5 per cent, per annum will be charged until payment thereof; and the Company will allow interest at the rate of £5 per cent. per annum on all sums paid in advance of Calls, until such Calls respectively become due.

WILLIAM ALDAM, Jun., Chairman.
JOSEPH BROOK, Vice-Chairman.
WILLIAM GILMER, Secretary.

Huddersfield, 24th Sept., 1846.

Railway Times (03/Oct/1846) - Huddersfield and Manchester Railway and Canal

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