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The Whitehaven Shipbuilding
Capital - £25,000, In 250 Shares of £100
Each, With Power to Increase
£5 per share to be paid on Allotment, the
remainder in Calls, as may be required.
G. Cavendish BENTINCK, Esq., M. P.
Mr. JAmes DEES, J. P.
Major FLETCHER, J. P.
Mr. William PAITSON
Mr. John JACKSON
Mr. John WHITTLE
Capt. Thomas COWMAN
Mr. John TYSON
Mr. Wm. BURNYEAT
Capt. J. R. THOMPSON
Capt. Thomas KELLY
Mr. Richard COUSINS
Mr. Robert JEFFERSON, Preston Hows
Mr. Jas. CROSTHWAITE
With Power to add to the Number
The Bank of Whitehaven (Limited)
Messrs. LUMB and HOWSON, Whitehaven
Broker and Secretary:
Mr. James ROBERTSON, Whitehaven
33, Queen-street, Whitehaven
The Company's object is to carry on at Whitehaven
the Business of Building and Repairing Vessels.
The proposed capital is £25,000, with power to
increase as may be found necessary.
Arrangements have been made, on a very satisfactory
basis, for a Lease of the Shipbuilding Yards at Whitehaven
excluding part of the ground required for a wet dock.
The Lease will include the Patent-Slip in the South
The greater part of the capital has been already subsc-
ribed, and persons desirous of taking Shares can obtain all
necessary information on application to the solicitors or to
the broker of the Company, from whom forms of application
for shares can be had.
A meeting of all subscribers and of persons intending to
take shares will be held at the Globe Hotel, Whitehaven, on
Thursday next, the 7th instant, at Seven O'clock in the evening.
Whitehaven, 1st October, 1869
Form of Application For Shares
THE WHITEHAVEN SHIPBUILDING
To the Directors of the Whitehaven Shipbuilding
I request that you will allot me shares of £100
each in the Whitehaven Shipbuilding Company,
Limited; and I hereby agree to accept such shares
or any smaller number that may be allotted to me,
and authorise you to place my name upon the
Register of Shareholders for the shares so allotted.
Name in full....................
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