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The Case of many coachmen in London and Westminster
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The Case of many coachmen in London and Westminster: and within the weekly bills of mortality, licensed according to the Act for Licensing Hackney-Coaches.
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The book gives an excellent description of coachmen lives. The case of several hackney-coachmen in and about the cities of London and Westminster and the suburbs, occasioned by one Robert Murrey and his adherents, to the utter ruin of many families, for his and his accomplices private interest ([London: s.n., ?]), by Thomas Cadman (HTML at EEBO TCP).
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Taking the reader from Roman London to the "glorious dead" of World War I, this is the first Pages: It was in that Parliament passed the first law aimed at addressing the “many Inconveniences [that] do daily arise by reason of the late increase and great irregularity of Hackney Coaches and Hackney Coachmen in London, Westminster and the places thereabouts.”.
This proclamation was either withdrawn or ignored, for in the following year there were many hackney-coaches plying for hire in London and Westminster, and the rivalry between hackney- coachmen and sedan-chairmen was humorously depicted in a pamphlet entitled, "Coach and Sedan pleasantly disputing for place and precedence.".
Hackney coaches plying for hire in London, Westminster and the surrounding areas were first required to be licensed in A licence cost £5 a year. the total number of coachmen, but by licensing reverted to the Commissioners. comprising minute books and an account bookare held by LMA. As its name suggests File Size: 49KB.
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Margaret and St. John, Westminster, the average amount of rent paid by the working classes is only 2s. 11 Id. Many families unable to pay the above amount of rent inhabit miserable little garrets and front and back cellars in confined situations, at a rent of ls.
6d. or 2s. a-week. In the latter numerous families complained of damp, and rheumatism. Three buses have been involved in a crash in Parliament Square, in central London, injuring 12 people. The London Ambulance Service (LAS) said the crash took place at about GMT.Five months later Matilda and John emigrated on the Westminster to New Zealand.
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