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  • creature that exists on all the earth, a "FORTY-NINER." The accustomed coach life began again, now, and by midnight it almost seemed as if we never had
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  • and to have separated the combatants, and sent Goldsmith home in a coach (Forster, Life of Goldsmith, 1888, ii. 347–351). Kenrick ceased writing for the
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  • would have been more strictly correct; and here, in the old days of coaching, some life had been wont to stir itself at those hours in the day and night
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  • of Barrymore" and "Old Q.;" Rice's "History of the Turf;" Tristram's "Coaching Days;" James's "Naval History;" Clark Russell's "Collingwood" and "Nelson
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  • by J. Sachs THE GEORGE INN SOUTHWARK A SURVIVAL OF THE OLD COACHING DAYS BY B. W. MATZ Editor of The Dickensian With Twelve Illustrations
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  • the Escape of Marie Antoinette—The Affair of the King's Money and Papers—Coaching a Despot to Play Republican—The Embassy a Haven for Condemned Aristos—Invaded
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  • countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 80 years or less. This work may also be in the public domain in countries and areas
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  • with similar titles, see Mail Coaches. Mail Coaches Littell's Living Age, Volume 133, Issue 1714 1612373Mail Coaches — Littell's Living Age, Volume
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  • Inn, Southwark: a survival of he old coaching times (1918) (transcription project) Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in
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  • She still makes mantuas at Farnham. It rained all this day, and Dilly came to me, and was coaching it into the city; so I went with him for a shaking
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  • Hackney-coach stands Doctors' Commons London recreations The river Astley's Greenwich fair Private theatres Vauxhall Gardens by day Early coaches Omnibuses
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  • Moore Chapter I The introduction of hackney-coaches—"The world run on wheels"—The first hackney-coach stand and the oldest cab rank in England—Charles
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  • Table—The Landlord Astonished—Table Etiquette—Wild Mexican Mules—Stage-coaching and Railroading Chapter V New Acquaintances—The Cayote—A Dog's Experiences—A
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  • a hackney-coach—Licences—Funeral coaches ply for hire in the streets—A pedometer for hackney-coaches suggested—Dickens on hackney-coaches—Origin of the
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  • struck two, the whole of this deserted and quiet spot had become a scene of most extraordinary life and animation. The mail coach doors were on their hinges
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  • to be used in social decoration. It is said that the chief of the great coaching trust in one of our universities earns a salary greater than was ever paid
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  • Life in the Dorset Dialect  (1879)  by William Barnes 1483978Poems of Rural Life in the Dorset DialectWilliam Barnes1879 POEMS OF RURAL LIFE
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  • Recollections,’ 1874, 2 vols. 17. ‘Celebrities I have known,’ 1876–7, 4 vols. 18. ‘Coaching, with Anecdotes of the Road,’ 1876. 19. ‘Fashion then and now,’ 1878, 2
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  • Communication in England — Chapter 8Edwin A. Pratt [ 51 ] CHAPTER VIII THE COACHING ERA Whilst the Legislature had been actively engaged in endeavouring
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  • Owing to the encouragement given by the Four-in-hand and Coaching Clubs, the ascendancy of this style of driving is still preserved to Great Britain; and
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