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into the vorte The capital

schemes; but the resources of fixed capital were trenched upon to an immense extentin the shape of loans from bankers, for which lands and houses, &c., were responsibleevery tradesman and bis apprentice, every master and servant, every Tory Burch Flats widow and spinster, with trifling exceptions, rushed into the vorte The capital thus sucked out of every source went to employ labour, and to enrich engineers, contractors, and newspaper Who shall estimate the amount expended in advertisements in those fabulous years? Who the harvest to solicitors, counsel, and parliamentary agents? Another class should not be forgotten, who fattened on the spoil,earnings of long and patient industry, whose insane investment was conferring such an inestimable boon on the country,that of the grasping and wrongheaded landowners, through whose property lines were to runproperty which must neccessarily profit so greatly by those very undertakings from which they extorted mythical sums for a right of way; sums which were paid, rather than encounter a parliamentary opposition which would cost still more with Tory Burch Sale these very same extortionate squires on the committeeNor can the shortcomings of Parliament and Tory Burch Outlet its leaders be forgotte Who hallooed on the competition and rivalry of the day, by his advocacy of direct lines, like Sir K. Peel ?by his speech on turning the first sod of the Trent Yalley line which Parliament had at length sanctione Who disowned his own subordinate, Lord Dalhousie, whose Board of Trade Beport on the system most prudent to be adopted in reference to rival lines might have saved an incalculable waste of money?Sir Robert Peel. But for him, we might have had the same method in our madness which the French have had in theirIn the minds of those who have watched, as we have, the passing oi various bills through the Houses of Parliament; or witnessed their defeat through the caprice of committees and from this caprice the House of Lords and even Lord Bedesdale are not exempt, there can be small reason for doubt that the course taken by Parliament itself on the subject of Railways has added to their cost full onethirWhen too late, indeed, the Legislature, through standing orders

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