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Drewry’s Staffordshire Gazette

No 23. Saturday

June 9th., 1827.

Cheap and Expeditious travelling
to Liverpool
in 8 Hours.
INDEPENDENT TALLY HO.,
from the
VINE INN, STAFFORD,


Every morning (except Sunday) at ten, over that pleasant and nearest road thro’ Eccleshall, Woore, Nantwich, Tarporley, and Chester (saving a distance of 16 miles, by which passengers arriving at Dodd’s Office, James’s Street, Liverpool, by six o’clock the same evening. Returns over the same route everyday (except Sunday) to the Vine Inn, Stafford, at half past twelve, the Peacock Inn, Wolverhampton, at half past two, and Nelson Hotel, Birmingham, at half past four; leaves Birmingham, for London, thro’ Coventry, at half past seven at night, and arrives at the Golden Cross, Charing Cross, and Cross Keys, Wood Street, at half past eight the following morning.


The above Coach arrives in Wolverhampton in time for the Worcester Emerald, from the Peacock Inn, every afternoon at three, thro’ Dudley, Stourbridge, Kidderminster and Stourport.

Hall & Co., London
John Radenhurst, Birmingham.
R. Perry & Co., Wolverhampton.
Skeens & Co., Eccleshall.
T. Cooke, Nantwich.
Wollescroft & Co., Chester.
Smith & Co., Liverpool.

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