The London Adviser and Guide: Containing Every Instruction and Information Useful and Necessary to Persons Living in London and Coming to Reside There ... Together with an Abstract of All Those Laws which Regard Their Protection Against the Frauds, Impositions, Insults, and Accidents to which They are There Liable

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author at the Literary-Press, 1790 - London (England) - 225 pages
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Page 84 - Britain, together with contents thereof, shall be charged more than as a treble letter, unless the same shall weigh an ounce, when it is to be rated as four single letters, and so in proportion for every quarter of an ounce above that weight, reckoning each quarter as a single letter.
Page 197 - These are the standard hackles in fly-fishing, and are taken any month in the year, from nine to eleven in the morning, and from one to three in the evening, and upon any water; though you must have different sizes of them, and dubbed with different colours, that you may.
Page 146 - Cites and towns corporate, and market towns upon the usual working days, for one hour at dinner time to take their diet in an alehouse...
Page 85 - ... the lobby of the houfe of parliament of which he is a member ; fcription tobs liilletters and packets, not exceeding the weight of two ounces, of fuch memí fent from and to any places within the kingdom of Ireland, dur- ber's. v...
Page 83 - FOREIGN LETTERS. Letters from London to any part of Holland, France or Flanders, pay no foreign poftage.
Page 139 - Chaise, or other Carriage let for Hire, or Waggon, Wain, or Cart, not having the Owner's Name, as hereby required, painted thereon, or shall refuse to discover the true Christian and Surname of the Owner or...
Page 139 - ... whatfoever, on any part of any ftreet or highway, (hall by negligence or wilful mifbehaviour caufe any hurt or damage to any perfon or carriage...
Page 139 - Majesty's subjects, on the said highways ; — Or if the driver of any empty or unloaded waggon, cart, or other carriage, shall refuse or neglect to turn...
Page 85 - ... thereon the name of fuch member, together with the name of the poft-town from which the fame is intended to be fent ; and the day, month, and year, when the fame...
Page 16 - ... on the building wherein the goods are kept, nor the premium on the building, by reafon of any affurance on the goods.

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