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by enabling the inhabitants to receive many bends may be taken out of the their London letters several hours road. sooner.

The road from York towards Lon.. Any anxiety shown by those inte- don may be much shortened, by improrested in the eastern road to prevent ving or new-making the road through the improvement of the Wooler road, the level country to Doncaster, to Bawis in fact a testimony in favour of its try, or to Retford. merit; were that not considerable, no From Newark to Grantham the road anxiety need be shewn to prevent its may be shortened, and Gunnerby-hill execution.

avoided, by taking the road straight from Long Bennington, or Foston, to

the west of Gunnerby. When arrangements are made for From Grantham to Witbam Cominsuring the arrival of the London mon the inequalities of the road may mail in Edinburgh at one o'clock on be much reduced ; and the same may the second day, it will be proper, as be said of the rest of the road all the those interested in the Holyhead roads way to London. have done, to consider by what means When the proper time shall arrive, the time can be still farther dimi- application should be made to the nished.

Lords of the Treasury, to have the It is well known to every person in road from Morpeth to York, and from the habit of travelling between Edin- York to London, properly surveyed. burgh and London, that great im- It will be found that York is not out provements can be made on the road of the right line, though it is not in south of Morpeth.—On the south side the present most direct line. of Newcastle, the great hill at Gates- Were a proper survey made, imhead may, by going up the valley to provements not now thought of would the westward, be almost entirely avoid- be pointed out, which the local trusts ed.

would adopt and execute. Between Chester-le-Street and Rushyford the road may be both shortened and much levelled.

Between Darlington and Northaller- On the plan which has been sugton the road may be much shortened, gested many improvements will occur, by making a bridge over the Tees, and if gentlemen, to whom it must be an a straight road from Darlington to object of interest, will make it the subEnter Common.

ject of their attentive consideration. Between Northallerton and York

“ there must always be a great deal of communication upon it by coaches, chaises, and other carriages, totally independent of mere travellers from London to Edinburgh ;" and " that the chief part of the income of these trusts is derived from their own internal communication by carts and otherwise, which could not by possibility be affected by this plan."


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