The shopkeeper's and tradesman's assistant

Publication Date1790
Remainderbeing a new and correct alphabetical list of all the stage-coaches, carriers, coasting vessels, &c. containing An Account of the several Inns in London where the Coaches and Carriers put up and go out from; the Days of the Week, and Hours of those Days, when they set out; Also the Counties in which those Places lie, and their Distances in Miles from London. To which is Prefixed, A correct List of all the Mail Coaches; with An Account of the Coasting Vessels, Barges and Boats, with the several Wharfs, Keys and Stairs where they usually lie to take in Goods and Passengers. Likewise a Collection of the most common Shilling and Eighteen Penny Fares for Hackney Coaches, and the Rates of Watermen. Also the Rates paid to Carmen for the Carriage of Goods, together with their Orders and Ordinances, as settled by the Lord Mayor, &c. at a General Quarter Sessions of the Peace, holden for the City of London, at the Guildhall. The Whole being well digested, is designed as a proper Assistant for Shopkeepers, Tradesmen and others, who have Occasion to write or send Goods into the Country.
Extent116, 28 p.
Publisherprinted and sold by Richard & Henry Causton (successors to the late Mr. Heney Kent) at the Printing-Office, No. 21, in Finch-Lane, near the Royal Exchange; and by the Booksellers and Pamphlet Shops of London and West-Minster

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