The Resource New Jersey canal & rail road company. Loan for £210,000. : The two public works in this state, consisting of a ship canal & a rail road, have been completed at a cost of upwards of 4,700,000 dollars. Shares are issued in respect to three millions of dollars of the said capital & the remaining 1,700,000 have been borrowed by the holders upon floating securities. The company ... propose to mortgage the whole property & revenues of the company to the lenders thereof. This would readily have been accomplished in the U. States but for the temporary difficulty which has pervaded all financial arrangements in America, and which has rendered it expedient to apply to English capitalists. .., (electronic resource)

New Jersey canal & rail road company. Loan for £210,000. : The two public works in this state, consisting of a ship canal & a rail road, have been completed at a cost of upwards of 4,700,000 dollars. Shares are issued in respect to three millions of dollars of the said capital & the remaining 1,700,000 have been borrowed by the holders upon floating securities. The company ... propose to mortgage the whole property & revenues of the company to the lenders thereof. This would readily have been accomplished in the U. States but for the temporary difficulty which has pervaded all financial arrangements in America, and which has rendered it expedient to apply to English capitalists. .., (electronic resource)

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New Jersey canal & rail road company. Loan for £210,000. : The two public works in this state, consisting of a ship canal & a rail road, have been completed at a cost of upwards of 4,700,000 dollars. Shares are issued in respect to three millions of dollars of the said capital & the remaining 1,700,000 have been borrowed by the holders upon floating securities. The company ... propose to mortgage the whole property & revenues of the company to the lenders thereof. This would readily have been accomplished in the U. States but for the temporary difficulty which has pervaded all financial arrangements in America, and which has rendered it expedient to apply to English capitalists. ..
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New Jersey canal & rail road company. Loan for £210,000.
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The two public works in this state, consisting of a ship canal & a rail road, have been completed at a cost of upwards of 4,700,000 dollars. Shares are issued in respect to three millions of dollars of the said capital & the remaining 1,700,000 have been borrowed by the holders upon floating securities. The company ... propose to mortgage the whole property & revenues of the company to the lenders thereof. This would readily have been accomplished in the U. States but for the temporary difficulty which has pervaded all financial arrangements in America, and which has rendered it expedient to apply to English capitalists. ..
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1795-1866
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  • Stockton, Robert Field
  • Delaware and Raritan Canal Company (N.J.)
  • Camden and Amboy Railroad and Transportation Company
  • Wright & Co. (Covent Garden, London, England)
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  • Delaware and Raritan Canal Company (N.J.)
  • Camden and Amboy Railroad and Transportation Company
  • Canals
  • Railroads
  • Loans, British
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New Jersey canal & rail road company. Loan for £210,000. : The two public works in this state, consisting of a ship canal & a rail road, have been completed at a cost of upwards of 4,700,000 dollars. Shares are issued in respect to three millions of dollars of the said capital & the remaining 1,700,000 have been borrowed by the holders upon floating securities. The company ... propose to mortgage the whole property & revenues of the company to the lenders thereof. This would readily have been accomplished in the U. States but for the temporary difficulty which has pervaded all financial arrangements in America, and which has rendered it expedient to apply to English capitalists. .., (electronic resource)
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  • Detailing conditions under which Robert F. Stockton proposed to secure funds from English sources to pay for completion of the Delaware and Raritan Canal (scheduled to open May 1, 1834) and the Camden and Amboy Rail Road in New Jersey. Cf. Madeira, C.C. The Delaware and Raritan Canal: a history, 1941, p. 37-38
  • Title from caption and first lines of text
  • "The canal is completed, & was to be opened on the 1st day of May. ... Captain Stockton of the United States Navy, president of the compy. is now in London for the purpose of negotiating the loan. ... For subscriptions to this loan, apply to Messrs. Wright & Co. no. 5, Henrietta Street Covent Garden."--p. [3]
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  • (SIRSI)3541434
  • (Sirsi) aas05004676
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New Jersey canal & rail road company. Loan for £210,000. : The two public works in this state, consisting of a ship canal & a rail road, have been completed at a cost of upwards of 4,700,000 dollars. Shares are issued in respect to three millions of dollars of the said capital & the remaining 1,700,000 have been borrowed by the holders upon floating securities. The company ... propose to mortgage the whole property & revenues of the company to the lenders thereof. This would readily have been accomplished in the U. States but for the temporary difficulty which has pervaded all financial arrangements in America, and which has rendered it expedient to apply to English capitalists. .., (electronic resource)
Link
http://libraries.ou.edu/access.aspx?url=http://opac.newsbank.com/select/broadsides1/4676
Publication
Note
  • Detailing conditions under which Robert F. Stockton proposed to secure funds from English sources to pay for completion of the Delaware and Raritan Canal (scheduled to open May 1, 1834) and the Camden and Amboy Rail Road in New Jersey. Cf. Madeira, C.C. The Delaware and Raritan Canal: a history, 1941, p. 37-38
  • Title from caption and first lines of text
  • "The canal is completed, & was to be opened on the 1st day of May. ... Captain Stockton of the United States Navy, president of the compy. is now in London for the purpose of negotiating the loan. ... For subscriptions to this loan, apply to Messrs. Wright & Co. no. 5, Henrietta Street Covent Garden."--p. [3]
  • Lithographically produced to resemble a handwritten document
Antecedent source
mixed
Color
mixed
Dimensions
26 cm.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[4] p.
File format
multiple file formats
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
Quality assurance targets
absent
Reformatting quality
access
Reproduction note
Electronic text and image data.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • 3541434-01okla_normanlaw
  • (SIRSI)3541434
  • (Sirsi) aas05004676

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