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[New guide to stage coaches. 1829]
A new guide to stage coaches, waggons, carts, vessels, &c. for 1829. Being a list of all the inns in London where stage coaches and waggons put up and set out from, with their respective days and hours: also the names of the carriers, the places they go to, and the inns they go from. Likewise a list of coasting vessels, barges, and boats, with the wharfs, keys, &c. at which they lie for the reception of goods and passengers. Also rates of carriage, hackney coaches, and porterage, and a correct list of all the mail coaches, with their respective routes. The whole being corrected annually, is designed as a guide for merchants, tradesmen, and others, who have occasion to send goods into the country. The twenty-seventh edition. By B. Critchett.
London: printed for the proprietor, by S. and R. Bentley. And sold by J. Richardson; Cowie and Co.; Sherwood and Co.; Simpkin and Marshall; Parbury, Allen, and Co.; Poole and Edwards; Black, Young, and Young; and by all the other booksellers in the United Kingdom, [1829].
x, 146 p. ; 18.3 cm. (12º)

The price is given at the foot of the imprint as '1s. 6d. sewed'. First published in 1803, and available separately or bound in a single volume with The Post Office London directory, the Guide was eventually incorporated into it from 1839. See separate entries for other editions in Soane's library: 1822, 1828, 1831--33.

Copy Notes Bound as issued with the copy of The Post Office London directory for 1829 (q.v.).

Binding Original C19th sprinkled sheep, covers with blind roll-tool parallel to spine, blind double-ruled and dated spine.

Reference Number 4380


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