Parliamentary Cases Relating To Railways, &c; Determined By The Select Committees Of The Houses Of Parliament In The Session 1846 by Edward BeavanParliamentary Cases Relating To Railways, &c; Determined By The Select Committees Of The Houses Of Parliament In The Session 1846 by Edward Beavan

Parliamentary Cases Relating To Railways, &c; Determined By The Select Committees Of The Houses Of…

byEdward Beavan

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1847. Excerpt: ... 1846. (GROUP 14.) North Kent Railway Bill. South Eastern Railway Canterbury to Dover) Bill. South Eastern Railway (Greenwich to Chilham, near Can-terbury, with branches to Sheerness and Faversham Creek) Bill. South Eastern Railway (Maidstone to Strood, near Rochester), Bill. E. D. PROTHEROE, ESQ., M.P. FOR HALIFAX, (chairman.) NORTH KENT RAILWAY BILL. Statement of facts, counsel confined to, in opening case.--Traffic, evidence March 17. dispensed with.--Individual witness' opinion of feelings of inhabitants not entitled to much weight, except as ascertained at public meetings.--Witness called on behalf of a scheme not to be examined as to objections of opposing landowners till their cases are gone into.--Estimates, interchange of.--Petitioner cannot be heard against the preamble, where no prayer in the petition against the preamble.--Cross-examination by Vestry Clerk of parish, course of.--Cases of opposing landowners, order of taking.--Examination of witnesses, course of.--Inhabitants of parish, locus standi of.---Report of Board of Trade of previous year admitted in evidence.--A witness attending as a deputation from parties who have peti tioned in fa vour of aBill cannot be asked as to the opinions of those deputing him.--An opposing landowner is not entitled to cross-examine a witness with respect to a line that does not affect his property.--Opinions of private individuals, admissibility of.--Crossexamination as to scheme not before the Committee, when permitted.--Landowner not permitted to go into general merits of Bill.--The Committee will not enter into matters pending before a court of law.--Rebutting evidence, what is.--Omissions from the estimates--Evidence, admissibility of, for the promoters after the close of their case.--Evidence, Board of ...
Title:Parliamentary Cases Relating To Railways, &c; Determined By The Select Committees Of The Houses Of…Format:PaperbackDimensions:40 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.08 inPublished:February 3, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217739520

ISBN - 13:9780217739528

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