A guide to France, or, Travellers their own commissioners

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J. Onwhyn ..., sold by Cowie and Strange ..., J. Clements ... and by all booksellers, 1829 - France - 31 pages

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Page 9 - When a carriage is lande in France, the owner pays one third of whatever value he may put upon it, and receives a certificate for the same ; but care must be taken not to rate it too much under the real value. If the Carriage leaves France within two years, twothirds or three-fourths of the money deposited will be returned on producing his certificate. If the Traveller does not return the same way, the. 'money may be obtained upon shewing the receipt at the Custom-house...
Page 9 - They who have families, and possess strong travelling carriages, will find it infinitely more comfortable and cheaper to take them over, than to hire a Chaise de Post, which costs from Calais to Paris 120 francs.
Page 24 - The postmaster is answerable for any accident which may occur from the carelessness of the driver, or restiveness of the horses.
Page 10 - Bed, 2s. Breakfast, Is. 6d Waiter, Is. Chambermaid, 6d. Boots and Porter, Is.

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