The information in these
pages is derived from old almanacs that list the road transport services from
provincial English towns into
- The following pages relating to Carriers and London Inns are currently available:
The Carrier's Cosmologie published by John Taylor in 1637. This lists the provincial town from which the carriers start and the London Inn at which they call. There are a few coach services listed.
The Intelligencer or Merchant's Assistant published
by Meadows, Gilliver & Clarke in 1738. This was published after most of
the main roads into
The names of the carriers, coachmen,
wagoners and packhorsemen referred to in the services listed in de Laune's
Analysis and summary of the information on the London Inns used by coach and carrier services; 1637 to 1728.
Credits and Copyright information.
Last modified: 14th Jan 2009