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Further reasons against increasing the number of hackney-coaches

Further reasons against increasing the number of hackney-coaches

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Published by s.n. in [London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cab and omnibus service -- England -- London,
  • Carriages and carts -- England -- London

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 184:29
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 sheet ([2] p.)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15033254M

    Excellent text examining the creation of the first police forces, which took place in England and the US in just a few decades in the midth century. And explaining that they were not brought into being to prevent crime or protect the public, but primarily to control crowds: the working class, white and black.


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Get this from a library. Further reasons against increasing the number of hackney-coaches. Further reasons against increasing the number of hackney-coaches Published: () Bowles's new Hackney-coach directory comprehending upwards of fifty thousand fares: With the new rates of watermen, by: Bowles, Carington, Other articles where Hackney coach is discussed: hackney: carriage plying for hire, although hackney coach usually refers to a four-wheeled carriage drawn by two horses and holding six passengers.

Hackneys were introduced into England early in the 17th century and may have been named for a section of London. In there were licensed hackney coaches allowed. A hackney or hackney carriage (also called a cab, black cab, hack or London taxi) is a carriage or car for hire.

A hackney of a more expensive or high class was called a remise. In the United Kingdom, the name hackney carriage today refers to a taxicab licensed by the Public Carriage Office, local authority (non-metropolitan district councils, unitary authorities) or the Department of the. The drivers of hackney coaches, wherein any property is left, shalt carry each property, in the state in which it was found, within four days, to the Hackney-coach office, and deposit the same with one of the clerks, under a penalty not exceeding 20l.

List of the Principle Coach Stands. Aldersgate Street St. Ann's Church, Soho Arundel Street. Apropos of Hackney Coaches, a bill which originated in the British House of Commons, for the reform of the Metropolitan system, has, we learn by the Africa, just passed the House of Lords.

Hackney coach definition, hackney(def 1). See more. Hackney coach definition is - a coach kept for hire; especially: a four-wheeled carriage drawn by two horses and having seats for six persons.

Hackney Coaches. J Credit The New York Times Archives. See the article in its original context from JPage 4 Buy Reprints. View on timesmachine. Hackney coach definition: a four-wheeled carriage having six seats and drawn by two horses | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.

This also informed a purchaser of the hackney coach rates. Times, Sunday Times () His fine coach-horses suffered downward social mobility, as they were dispatched to haul hackney coaches. Hackney-men, originally proprietors of horses let for hire: hackney = a saddle horse.

It was not until the reign of Charles I. that the title was transferred to the drivers of vehicles, the year being the date of the first appearance of hackney coaches in the streets of London. In further illustration I can say that, ina large coachbuilder’s stock-book, which I have seen, contained over two hundred carriages, mostly let for terms of years.

Of these one-half were chariots, fifty were landaus, and the remaining fifty coaches and landaulets. Herbert Spencer produced four major works in political philosophy plus numerous additional and important essays.

The first of these works, The Proper Sphere of Government () is the least well-known. The second is Spencer’s most famous systemic treatise in this area, Social Statics ().

The Man Versus The State (), which is the centerpiece of this volume, is the third major. "Coach!" George Cruikshank. August Etching on copper. x cm "Hackney-Coach Stands" in "Scenes," by Charles Dickens in Sketches by Boz, First Series ().

[Click on image to enlarge it and mouse over text for links.]. We maintain that hackney-coaches, properly so called, belong solely to the metropolis. We may be told, that there are hackney-coach stands in Edinburgh; and not to go quite so far for a contradiction to our position, we may be reminded that Liverpool, Manchester, ‘and other large towns’ (as the Parliamentary phrase goes), have their hackney-coach stands.

PREFACE. Several "Life and Times of William IV." have been written, but they all contain a great deal of "Life," and very little "Times." The present book reverses this, and deals, primarily, with the chief topics of conversation during the seven years of King William's reign. A taxicab, also known as a taxi or a cab, is a type of vehicle for hire with a driver, used by a single passenger or small group of passengers, often for a non-shared ride.

A taxicab conveys passengers between locations of their choice. This differs from other modes of public transport where the pick-up and drop-off locations are decided by the service provider, not by the customers, although. Hackney-Coach Stands appeared in The Evening Chronicle as number 1 in a series of 20 Sketches of London which the editor George Hogarth commissioned Charles Dickens to write.

The series, which followed the success of Dickens’s work with The Morning Chronicle. Cities expanded rapidly in 18th century Britain, with people flocking to them for work. Matthew White explores the impact on street life and living conditions in London and the expanding industrial cities of the North.

ADVERTISEMENT. The matter contained in the four following Letters, including the two sheets of Tables* subjoined to them, was written, it will be observed, at different times in the course of the years and In the mean time, a variety of incidents has taken place, and the face of the whole business, as laid before Parliament, has undergone a variety of changes.

Full text of "My Secret Life, Volumes I. to III. Edition" See other formats. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. The creation of taxi-ranks and the increasing hiring out of coaches lead the Watermen to petition Parliament in May/June ‘that the Hackney coaches are so many in number, that they pester and incumber the streets of London and Westminster, and, which is worst of all, they stand and ply in the terme tyme at the Temple gate, and at other.

In addition to the limited number of spaces as mentioned above, there were also bureaucratic reasons which prevented some potential refugees from arriving safely in Britain, as revealed in a letter dated 21 August (less than two weeks before the outbreak of war) from the Jewish Emergency Committee for Refugees – Boroughs of Finchley and.

An increasing number of Usutu virus infections in humans with neurological presentations have been reported. Recently, the virus has been detected in bats and horses, which deviates from the Author: Michael O’Connell. A Journal of the Plague Year by Daniel Defoe Its easy to link to paragraphs in the Full Text Archive If this page contains some material that you want to link to but you don't want your visitors to have to scroll down the whole page just hover your mouse over the relevent paragraph and click the bookmark icon that appears to the left of it.

Hackney Brothers also started dealing in new car and truck sales, and were recapitalized with another $, in capital stock, the May edition of Cycle and Automobile Trade Journal reporting: “Hackney Brothers, Wilson, N.C., have been incorporated to manufacture, buy, sell, and deal in carriages, buggies and automobiles.

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The Brayley and Britton guidebook The beauties of England Wales likewise focused on the simplicity of the Broadlands house and its fine art collection.

The house is a neat edifice of white brick, standing on the eastern side of the river Test, which flows through the park; it was rebuilt by the late Lord Palmerston, who ranked among the most eminent connoisseurs of his time.

Membership dwindled for amultitude of reasons. The increasing age of its members, changing social habits, theimpact of TV, members moving out of the district and the state of the clubhouse all. Fare Trade: Breaking Down London’s Taxi Debate. By John Bull. comments.

28 May 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.” They’re pushing against further.

Footnotes. on, vol. p. is difficult to bend facts to a compliance with opinions propagated in opposition to them; and whatever the apologists of Charles may say of his protestant principles, it is beyond a doubt, that this king and his father wanted little more than the power, to return to the religion of Rome.

Changed, truly; and further than thou yet seest. — To the eye of History many things, in that sick-room of Louis, are now visible, which to the Courtiers there present were invisible. For indeed it is well said, 'in every object there is inexhaustible meaning; the eye sees in it what the eye brings means of seeing.'.

[CHAP. XXIX. of all the Royalists, before emptying the city of its defenders to march to meet the foe. While the{ bewildered masses were in this state of terrific excitement, six hackney-coaches left the H6tel de Ville, conducting twentyfour Royalist priests, who had.

SWALLOW BARN, OR A SOJOURN IN THE OLD DOMINION. IN TWO VOLUMES. And, for to pass the time, this book shall be pleasant to read in. But for to give faith and believe that all is true that is contained therein, ye be at your own liberty. Prologue to the Morte D'Arthur. VOL. PHILADELPHIA: CAREY & LEA, CHESTNUT STREET.

ê Statutes of Nevada, If a majority of the votes cast on the issue are cast against the project, the governing body shall proceed no further. A proposed urban renewal project so defeated may be resubmitted to the registered voters of the municipality only after the holding of a new public hearing and tentative reapproval in the manner.

Declared Accounts: Hackney Coaches. Page cccxvi. Calendar of Treasury Books, Vol Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, Hackney Coaches. Declared Accounts: Hackney Coach Licences. AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLEROLL Edward Wharton, Receiver General.

Accompt for the year ending Midsummer   Shortly thereafter further taxes were introduced including a land tax, paper tax, poll tax, salt tax, stamp tax and window tax, which replaced the hearth or chimney tax. Other taxes initiated were a tax on pedlars, a tax on hackney coaches, a tax on births, marriages and deaths and lastly a.

Europe, at the epoch of the Reformation, furnishes us with the result of the influences of Roman Christianity in the promotion of a, examined in like manner at the present time, furnishes us with an illustration of the influences of science.

In the course of the seventeenth century a sparse European population bad settled along the western Atlantic coast. Attracted by the. journey in the seaboard slave states; with remarks on their economy. by frederick law olmsted, author of "walks and talks of an american farmer in england." london: sampson low, son, & co., 47, ludgate hill.

new york: dix and edwards. THE PRIVATE revenue of individuals, it has been shewn in the first book of this Inquiry, arises ultimately from three different sources: Rent, Profit, and Wages.

Every tax must finally be paid from some one or other of those three different sorts of revenue, or from all of them indifferently. I shall endeavour to give the best account I can, first, of those taxes which, it is intended, should.book, and by the sight of infamous figures, with which it was filled.

Theresa, full of indignation, once threw his scandalous book out of the carriage; and I learned that on the first evening of our journey, a violent headache having obliged me to retire to bed before supper, he had.