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

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

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1790 edition. Excerpt: ...before sou/ in the merning in summer, and seven in winter, unless a merchant has extraordinary occasion for his coming sooner, u.: der the penalty of 5s. 9. No owner or driver of any cart for hire in. Lor., don, don, &c, shall demand or take for his fare, for the carriage of any goods within the distance prescribed by the act of parliament, more money than by the above rates are limited for the fame, or as shall be appointed by any subsequent rules made in pursuance os the faid act of parliament. And if any such owner or driver of any cart or car shall mi sbehave himself therein, or shall resuse to come with his car, when called to be hired, or to take in loading into his car or cart, or shall utter any abusive language, or offer any insult to his employer or employers, their servants or agents, he or they so offending in any of the cases asorefaid, shall forseit, for every time he offends, 20s. 10. The driver of every cart within the distance before mentioned, shall assist in loading and unloading the goods, wares and merchandises into and out of the fame; and if he shall refuse so to do, his employers may retain out of his fare what any other person shall be reasonably paid for assisting in his stead to load or unload the fame, and the sum of 2i. 6d. besides, by way of penalty; and in case of any difference about the fame, some justice of peace within the said limits shall ascertain the sum to be paid. 11. Every owner of a cart, which shall be worked for hire within the distances before mentioned, shall have his name placed in sull length, printed in large capital letters, not less than three inches long, and bro;id in pro pcTiion, on some conspicuous part of the front of his cart or car;" and shall from time to time take care to...show more

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  • Paperback | 66 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 4mm | 136g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236632885
  • 9781236632883