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.
Your Petitioners are informed that a Bill is about to be presented to your Honourable House, for making a Railway from the London and Brighton Railway which will afford the people of that place and the neighbourhood the advantage of a Railway communication with London.
Horsham is a town of considerable importance in West Sussex; it has a large Market for Corn, Cattle and Poultry, a greater number of Fairs are held in it than any other Town in the County and its population is rapidly increasing.
There follow two paragraphs explaining why the petitions are keen to have the railway in Horsham.
Your Petitioners therefore being satisfied that a Railway Communication from Horsham to London would be productive of infinite benefit to the Trade and agriculture of Horsham and the surrounding country, humbly pray your Honorable House to pass the Bill for the London and Horsham Railway.
Petitions of which the above is a copy now lie for Signatures at the following places – viz The Kings Head, Richmond Hotel, Black Horse and Swan Inns, Horsham, Sussex Oak, Warnham; Queen’s 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 Hunty, West Street, Horsham

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