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RAILWAY SUBSCRIPTION CONTRACTS {Dundalk Western Railway}

 

DEPOSITED IN THE PRIVATE BILL OFFICE

OF THE

House of Commons.

 

Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed, 7 March 1837.

Dundalk Western Railway.

ESTIMATED EXPENSE   £.96,000.

LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS.

 

 

 

NAMES

RESIDENCE and PROFESSION

Shares

Amount£

 

 

 

 

 

 

Roden

Tollymore Park

20

1,000

 

Blayney

Castle Blayney

50

2,500

 

James N. Frood

Dundalk

2

100

 

Laurence Tallon

Dundalk, merchant

3

150

 

John L. Tallon

Dundalk, merchant

2

100

 

A.O.B. Bellingham

Castle Blayney, esquire

20

1,000

 

William Young

12, Mountjoy-square west, Dublin, solicitor

50

2,500

 

John Alexander Forbes

Captain 92d Highlanders

20

1,000

 

James Nixon

2, Mountjoy-square south, solicitor

5

250

 

James Tipping

Lisnawilly, county Louth, esquire

20

1,000

 

Alexander Sheckleton

Dundalk, merchant

20

1,000

 

Robert Murdock

Eccles-street, city of Dublin, solicitor

50

2,500

 

George Sheckleton

Dundalk, grocer

2

100

 

John Woolsey

Castle Bellingham, esquire

6

300

 

Thomas Mac E. Gartlan

Carrickmacross ,esquire

1

50

 

J. Mac Neill

Mount Pleasant, county Louth

50

2,500

 

Travers Wright

Kinnincoole Castle, county Louth

20

1,000

 

James MacAlister

Cambrickville, Dundalk

10

500

 

John Chambers

Dundalk, merchant

5

250

 

Jonathan Smith

Urkar House, esquire

5

250

 

Samuel Cunningham

Crieve, near Ballybay, esquire

30

1,500

 

William Hamilton

Castle Blayney

5

250

 

John Cunningham

Drumfalra, merchant

40

2,000

 

William Murdock

Annaroe, merchant

20

1,000

 

John Sheill

Castle Blayney, merchant

10

500

 

James Macmath

Castle Blayney, merchant

4

200

 

Edward Hunter

Castle Blayney, merchant

4

200

 

James Rule

Castle Blayney, merchant

10

500

 

William Rule

Castle Blayney, merchant

5

250

 

John Jackson

Cremorne, banker

10

500

 

William Twibill

Castle Blayney, merchant

2

100

 

John Neill

Formall, farmer

1

50

 

Robert Harrison

Moye, farmer

1

50

 

George Shegog

Castle Blayney, farmer

5

250

 

William MacMath

Castle Blayney, merchant

5

250

 

John Mathews

Castle Blayney, merchant

10

500

 

H. and A. MacMath

Thornford, merchants

4

200

 

William Gray

Ballybay, merchant

2

100

 

John Irwin

Ballydyan, farmer

1

50

 

James Marron

Ballybay, farmer

2

100

 

Francis MacSherry

Ballybay, merchant

2

100

 

Henry Nesbitt

Ballybay, merchant

1

50

 

James Anderson

Ballybay, merchant

2

100

 

Alexander Mullen

Ballybay, merchant

2

100

 

William MacClean

Ballybay, M.D.

1

50

 

Samuel Gray

Ballybay, merchant

10

500

 

Bernard MacMahon

Ballybay, merchant

2

100

 

James MacCabe

Ballybay, farmer

1

50

 

Edward Donahoo

Ballybay, farmer

1

50

 

John MacLeod

Ballybay, esquire

5

250

 

Archibald Douglass

Coote-hill, clerk

5

250

 

Fetherstone H. Briscoe

7, Mountjoy-street, Dublin, solicitor

50

2,500

 

John Philips

87, Lower Mount-street, esquire

10

500

 

William Pentland

4, Henrietta-street, Dublin, solicitor

50

2,500

 

James Carroll

Dundalk, chandler

5

250

 

William Healy

Dundalk, clothier

5

250

 

Mathew Mallon

Haggard’s-town, surveyor

5

250

 

Thomas Regan

Dundalk, seedsman

5

250

 

Patrick Connolly

Dundalk, apothecary

2

100

 

Joseph MacCann

Dundalk, gentleman

4

200

 

John Townley

Dundalk, merchant

5

250

 

Pat Collins

Dundalk, butcher

2

100

 

Mathew Reilly

Dundalk, gentleman

2

100

 

John Martin

Dundalk, merchant

2

100

 

John Callan

Dundalk, miller

3

150

 

John P. Kelly

Dundalk, merchant

5

250

 

Patrick Boyle

Dundalk, merchant

2

100

 

Pat. J. Carroll

Dundalk, merchant

3

250

 

Peter Cahill

Dundalk, merchant

5

250

 

James Kieran

Dundalk, chandler

1

50

 

Own MacGuinness

Dundalk, publican

2

100

 

J. Jackson Turner

Dundalk, merchant

2

100

 

Michael Murphy

Dundalk, publican

1

50

 

Patrick Cary

Dundalk, merchant

1

50

 

John MacCoy

Dundalk

4

200

 

Edward Purcell

Dundalk, R.N.

10

500

 

John Straton

Dundalk, merchant

5

250

 

Patrick Jennings

Dundalk, merchant

2

100

 

Patrick Cormick

Dundalk, merchant

2

100

 

William Cormick

Dundalk, merchant

2

100

 

Joseph Edmondson

Dundalk, painter

2

100

 

Robert Godbey

Dundalk, merchant

2

100

 

Philip Callan

Dundalk, chandler

2

100

 

Laurence Marmion

Dundalk, chandler

2

100

 

James Gilmer

Dundalk, publican

2

100

 

Owen Devlin

Dundalk

2

100

 

James Parks

Dundalk, printer

2

100

 

Thomas Coleman

Dundalk, merchant

5

250

 

John Townley

Dundalk, merchant

5

250

 

Joseph Cunningham

Crieve, near Ballybay, merchant

30

1,500

 

Christiana Powell Leslie

Claslough

30

1,500

 

Maxwell James Powell

Tullyvinn, co. Cavan, esquire

10

500

 

A.E. Bellingham

Castle Bellingham, baronet

10

500

 

Walter James Dawson

Forkill, co. Louth, esquire

5

250

 

John James Bigger

Dundalk, esquire

5

250

 

Joseph Booth

Darwin Castle, co. Louth, esquire

5

250

 

James Ottere

Dundalk, merchant

5

250

 

Daniel Boyle

Dundalk, merchant

3

150

 

John Murray

Clonmel, distiller

10

500

 

Henry Mitchell

Monaghan, banker

10

500

 

Jos. Oliver

Ballybay, merchant

5

250

 

John F. Forbes

Shantonee, co. Monaghan, merchant

10

500

 

R.T. Robinson

Farm-hill, Monaghan, merchant

10

500

 

Thomas Coote

Cootehill, esquire

5

10

 

Henry Swanzy

Castle Blayney, esquire

10

500

 

James Frain

Castle Blayney, surveyor

5

250

 

Robert Philips

Lower Mount-street, Dublin

5

250

 

Samuel Page

Dame-street, Dublin, stockbroker

10

500

 

Robert Haig

Dundalk, distiller

10

500

 

James Kirkland

Dundalk, gentleman

2

100

 

George Lawson

Dundalk, merchant

3

150

 

Edward MacArdle

Dundalk, merchant

2

100

 

Robert Magee

Dundalk, gentleman

4

200

 

James MacAlister

Dundalk, merchant

10

500

 

Laurence Martin

Dundalk, merchant

2

100

 

Thomas Gibbs

119, Stephen’s-green west, esquire

20

1,000

 

R. Blackwood

Cloneroy, co. Cavan, esquire

2

100

 

 

Taken from the Parliamentary Papers

 

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