Bradshaw's monthly descriptive railway guide [afterw.] Bradshaw's through route railway guide

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Page 10 - ... between the first day of April and the first day of October...
Page 18 - No driver is compellablo to hire his carriage for a fare according to time, at any time after eight o'clock in the evening, and before six o'clock in the morning.
Page 18 - AGREEMENT to pay more than legal fare is not binding; any sum paid beyond the fare may be recovered back. DRIVER not to charge more than the sum agreed on for driving a distance, although such distance be exceeded by the driver. If the driver agreed beforehand to take any sum less than the proper fare, the penalty for exacting or demanding more than the sum agreed upon is 40.
Page 19 - The majority of them commence running at nine in the morning, and continue until twelve at night, succeeding each other during the busy parts of the day every five minutes. Most of them have two charges — threepence for part of the distance, and sixpence for the whole distance.
Page 18 - Sixpence for any distance within, and not exceeding, one mile. For any distance exceeding one mile, at the rate of sixpence for every mile, and for any part o
Page 8 - Parties losing their tickets are liable to be charged the fare from the most distant station from which the train starts; they are only available on the day of issue.
Page 18 - Two children under the age of ten to be counted as one adult person. One shilling for every mile, or part of a mile, beyond four miles (radius) from Charing Cross, if carriage discharged beyond such four miles. No driver shall demand or receive any sum by way of Back Fare, for the return of the carriage from the place at which discharged. When the driver shall be required by the hirer to stop for fifteen minutes, or for any longer time, the driver may demand and receive a further sum (above the fare...
Page 18 - Fares are according to distance or time, at the option of the hirer, expressed at the commencement of the hiring ; if not otherwise expressed, the fare to be paid according to distance.
Page 20 - Hill, Fleet Street (St Bride's Church, St. Dunstan's Church, the Temple and Inns of Court, Temple Bar), Strand (St. Clement's Church, Strand Theatre, New Church, King's College, Somerset House, Lyceum Theatre, Exeter Hall...
Page 20 - Cockspur Street (Equestrian Statue of George III.) Pall Mall (Her Majesty's Theatre and Haymarket Theatre), Waterloo Place (Duke of York's Column, entrance to St. James's Park), Regent Street, Piccadilly (New Branch Post Office, St. James's Church, Burlington House, Devonshire House), Hyde Park Corner (Apsley House, Triumphal Arch, Colossal Statue of the Duke of Wellington, entrance to Hyde Park, St. George's Hospital), Knightsbridge, Sloane Street, thence to Chelsea (Chelsea Hospital). SECOND ROUTE....

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