29 MARCH 1845, Page 9

The subjoined announcement appears in last night's Gazette-

" Notice is hereby given, that the Board constituted by the minute of the Lords of the Committee of Privy Council for Trade, for the transaction of Railway business, having had under consideration the undermentioned railway schemes, have determined on reporting to Parliament in favour of the Birkenhead', Manches- ter, and Cheshire Junction, Chester and Birkenhead Extension, Blackburn and Preston (Alterations, Extensions, and Branch), Coventry, Bedworth, and Nuneaton, Eastern Counties (Finsbury Extension), Huddersfield and Sheffield Junction, Lancaster and Carlisle (Deviation in parish of Kendal), Lancaster and Carlisle (Branch to Newcastle and Carlisle Railway), Lancaster and Carlisle (Scotfortit to Slyme), Newcastle-upon-Tyne and North Shields (Tynemouth Extension and New Quay Branch), North Union Extension to the river Ribble, Sheffield and Rotherham (Branch to the Sheffield and Manchester Railway), Norwich and Brandon (Extension into Norwich), York and North Midland (Bridlington Branch); and against the Liverpool and Manchester (Rainforth and Liverpool Branch), Chester and Preston Brook, Eastern Counties (Thames Junction and North ,,ii. oolwich), Great North of England (Clarence and Hartlepool Junction, Extension, and Branches) Grand Junction (Friar's Park to Dudley Branch), London and Gravesend, ea North Woolwich; and recommending the postpone- ment until a future period of the Liverpool, Ormskirk, and Preston, Southport and Euxton, Preston Brook and Runcorn Junction, Epping, Grand Junction (Potteries Branch.)"