People, Society & Culture of Tunbridge Wells in the 18th Century & later.

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In the Eighteenth Century
Tunbridge, Sevenoaks, Farnborough, Bromley and Lewisham; and arrives at the Golden-Cross Inn, Charing-Cross, London, about Two in the Afternoon; and sets out from thence at Seven every Morning. The Fare to Tunbridge-Wells is 10s.—Each Passenger is allowed 14 lb. of Luggage; all above to be paid for at Id. per lb. and so in Proportion for Passengers and Luggage to any Part of the Road. Out-side Passengers, and Children in Lap, Half-Price.
Cheesman's London Waggon,
Sets out from Tunbridge Wells, during the Summer Season, every Monday and Thursday Morning, about Eight o'Clock; and arrives at the Old King's-Head Inn, in the Borough of Southwark, every Tuesday and Friday about Eight o'Clock in the Morning; returns from thence on the same Evenings, and arrives at Tunbridge-Wells, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Carries Goods at per Hundred Weight; and Parcels book'd at the Inn in Southwark, and at his Warehouse, Tunbridge Wells.
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