Document ReferenceOs C 603
TitleLetter from James Loch, Douglas Hotel, Edinburgh, Scotland, to J.E. Denison; 25 Oct. 1849
Date25 October 1849
Extent4 ff
Content DescriptionInforms him that George [Loch] has communicated Denison's attempts to bring canal and railway interests together; states that as London and North Western [Railway] proprietor he has written to Mr Glyn; comments that Duke of Sutherland is largest proprietor; refers to depreciated state of Sutherland's property; has written to Mr Glyn and Mr Lawrence concerning property; refers to opinions of Captain Huish and Mr Braithwaite Poole, railway agent; comments that he is governor of proprietors of Forth and Clyde Navigation.
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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA9164London and North Western Railway Company
NA9467Gower; George G. Sutherland-Leveson- (1786-1861); 2nd Duke of Sutherland; succeeded 18331786-1861
NA10070Glyn; George G. (1824-1887); 2nd Baron Wolverton; M.P. 1857-73 chairman railway clearing house succeeded 18731824-1887
NA10156Loch; George (1811-1877); Mr; barrister and M.P. son of J. Loch1811-1877
NA10157Huish; Mark (c.1801-1867); Captain; general manager London and North Western Railway 1846-58c.1801-1867
NA10158Poole; Braithwaite (fl 1840-1852); Mr; railway company executivefl 1840-1852
NA10159Lawrence; Charles (fl 1849-1850); Mr; representative of L and NW railwayfl 1849-1850
NA9828Loch; James (1780-1855); Mr; M.P. barrister and estate manager1780-1855
NA199Denison; J. Evelyn (1800-1873); 1st Viscount Ossington; M.P. Speaker of House of Commons 1857-72 created Viscount Ossington 18721800-1873
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