London and Horsham Railway.
“To the Honorable the Commons of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland in Parliament assembled. The Humble Petition of the Inhabitants of the town of Horsham, in the County of Sussex, and its Vicinity, unanimously agreed to at a Public Meeting, held at the Town Hall on the 17th Day of November 1838.”
The Petition went into the reasons why a railway between Horsham and London would be beneficial, and copies for signature were left at the following places: The Kings Head, Richmond Hotel, Black Horse and Swan Inns, Horsham, Sussex Oak, Warnham; Queens Head, Bucks Green; King’s Arms, Billingshurst; King’s Head, Slinfold; Red Lion, Cowfold; Black Horse, Nuthurst; Burrell Arms, West Grinsted and the Selsey Arms, Coolham Green.

Printed by Charles Hunt, West Street, horsham

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