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" Other hackneymen seeing this way, they flocked to the same place, and performed their journeys at the same rate ; so that sometimes there is twenty of them together, which disperse up and down, that they and others are to be had everywhere, as watermen... "
London labour and the London poor - Page 348
by Henry Mayhew - 1861
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 50

Early English newspapers - 1780
...(hind at the Maypole in the Strand, gives them inftruiftioni at what rates to carry men into fcveral parts of the town, where all day they may be had. Other hackney -men feeing this way, they flocked to the fame place, and perform their journey at the fame...
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Annual Register, Volume 23

Edmund Burke - History - 1788
...to^ftand at the May-pole in the Strand, giving them inftruñions at what rates to carry men into lèvera! parts of the town, where all day they may be had. Other hackney-men feeing this way, they flocked to the fame place, and perform their journies at the fame rate. So that...
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The Plays and Poems of William Shakspeare: pt. 2. Historical account of the ...

William Shakespeare - 1790
...livery, and appointed them to ftand at the Msy-pdt in the Strand, giving them inirru&ions at what rates to carry men into Several parts of the town, where all day they ma; be had. Other hackney- men feeing this way, they flocked to the fame place, and perform their journeys...
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The Plays of William Shakspeare: In Fifteen Volumes. With the ..., Volume 2

William Shakespeare - 1793
...(land at the May-pole in the Strand, giving them inftrudions at what rates to carry men into feveral parts of the town, .where all day they may be had. Other hackney-men feeing this way, they flocked to the fame place, and perform their journeys at the fame rate. So that...
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The Plays of William Shakspeare: In Fifteen Volumes. With the ..., Volume 2

William Shakespeare - 1793
...(land at the May-pole in the Strand, giving them mftruftions at what rates to carry men into feveral parts of the town, where all day they may be had. Other hackney-men feeing this way, they flocked to the fame place, and perform their journeys at the fame rate. So that...
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The Plays of William Shakespeare: In Twenty-one Volumes, with the ..., Volume 3

William Shakespeare, Samuel Johnson, George Steevens - 1813
...where he tries experiments. He hatli erected, according to his ability, some four hackney coaches, put his men in livery, and appointed them to stand...Maypole in the Strand, giving them instructions at what rates to carry men into several parts of the town, where all day they may be had. Other hackney-men...
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Time's Telescope

Almanacs, English - 1821
...city, where he tries experiments. He hath erected, according to his ability, some four Hackney Coaches, put his men in livery, and appointed them to stand...Maypole, in the Strand, giving them instructions at what rates to carry men into several parts of the town, where all day they may be had. Other hackney-men...
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The Traveller's Oracle: Or, Maxims for Locomotion: Containing ..., Volume 2

John Jervis - Travel - 1827
...city, where he tries experiments. He hath erected, according to his ability, some four Hackney Coaches, put his men in livery, and appointed them to stand at the Maypole in the Strand; gives them instructions at what rates to carry men into the several parts of the Town, where all day...
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The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ..., Volume 5

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1833
...tries experiments. He hath erected, according to his ability, some four hackney-coaches, put his men iu livery, and appointed them to stand at the May-pole...Other hackney-men seeing this way, they flocked to the ваше place, and psrform their journeys at the same rate, so that sometimes there is twenty of them...
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The Monthly Review

Books - 1833
...tries experiments. He hath erected according to his ability some four hackney coaches, put his men in a livery, and appointed them to stand at the Maypole in the Strand, giving them instructions at what rates to carry men into several parts of the town, where all day long they may be had. Other hackney...
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