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GENERAL INFORMATION.
Landford—from the George, Friday, 4 p.m.—Hutchins.
London—from the Office, 81, High Street (via Railway), daily.—Pickford.
London—from the Office, 3, Oxford Street (via Railway), daily.—Smith.
London and Bristol—from the Office, 84, High Street (via Railway), daily.— Lipscomb.
London—ffom the Office, Oxford Street.—Sutton.
■Longland, Dibden, Marchwood, and Eling—from the Red Lion, Tuesday and Saturday.—Longland.
Lyndhurst—from the Nag's Head, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 4 p.m. —Broomfield.
Lyndhurst—from the George, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, 4 p.m.— Scammell.
Meonstoke, - Wickham, and Petersfield—from the Dolphin Tap, Thursday, 3 p.m.—Hillier.
Minstead—from the Nag's Head, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, 2 p.m.— Broomfield.
Portswood—(Omnibus), from the George, 9.30, 1, and 4.30, daily.—Goddard.
Momsey—(Omnibus), from the George, daily, 5 p.m.—Fletcher.
Shirley and Rownhams—from the Nag's Head, daily, at 4 p.m.—Alexander.
Shirley—from the George, daily, 12 and 5.—Oliver.
Shirley—(Omnibus), from the Railway, Docks, and Bargate Hotel, ten times daily.—Bevis.
Stoneham—from the Fountain Tap, Tuesday and Saturday, 2 p.m.—Browning.
Totton—(Omnibus), from the George, 12, 4.30, 5, daily.—Foot.
Warsash—from the Dolphin, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday.—Penny-
Warsash—from the Dolphin, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 4 p.m.— Dimmick.
Whiteparish—from the Nag's Head, Monday and Friday, 4 p.m,—Street.
Winsor and Totton—from the Dolphin Tap and George, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday, 4 p.m.—Newman.
PLY AND CAB REGULATIONS.
The Proprietors are required by the Bye Laws to keep their carriages clean and in good order; to have lamps affixed, and to provide check strings.
FARES FOR DISTANCES.
TWO HORSES.
For every carriage drawn by two horses for any distance within, and not exceeding one mile, Is. 6d. ; and for any distance exceeding one mile, after the rate of 4d. for every quarter of a mile, and for any fractional part of a quarter of a mile over and above any number of quarter of miles completed.
ONE HORSE.
For every carriage _ drawn by one horse only, for any distance within, and not exceeding one mile, Is.; and for any distance exceeding one mile, after the rate of 3d. for every quarter of a mile, and for every fractional part of a quarter of a mile over and above any number of quarter of miles completed.
FARES FOR TIME.
TWO HORSES.
For every carriage drawn by two horses for any time (employed in going from any stand, and returning to the nearest stand after being discharged) within and not exceeding thirty minutes, 2s. ; above thirty minutes and not
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