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_ to _darneton_ and _ferryhil_ for l_s._ to durham for lv_s._ to _newcastle_ for iii_l._ once every fortnight to _edinburgh_ for iv_l._ a peece_mondays_.every _friday_ to _wakefield_ in four days, xl_s._ all persons who desire to travel unto the cities, towns, and roads herein hereafter mentioned and expressed, namelyto _coventry_, _litchfield_, _stone_, _namptwich_, _chester_, _warrington_, _wiggan_, _chorley_, _preston_, _gastang_, _lancaster_, and _kendal_; and also to _stamford_, _grantham_, _newark_, _tuxford_, _bawtrey_, _doncaster_, _ferriebridge_, _york_, _helperly_, _northallerton_, _darneton_, _ferryhill_, _durham_, and _newcastle_, _wakefield_, _leeds_, and _halifax_; and also to _salisbury_, _blandford_, _dorchester_, _burput_, _exmaster_, _hunnington_, and _exeter_, _ockinton_, _plimouth_, and _cornwal_; let them repair to the _george_ inn at _holborn bridge, london_, and thence they shall be in good coaches with good horses, upon every _monday_, _wednesday_, and _fridays_, at and for reasonable rates._mercurius politicus_, april 1, 1658.other announcements about the same time prove that the great western road was equally provided, as well as the dover route to the continent.it is not a little singular, however, that regularlyappointed coaches, starting at stated intervals, should have preceded what might be considered the simpler arrangement of the horse service.that the development of the postal system into a means of forwarding single travellers did not take place until some time afterwards, would appear from the following: _the postmasters on_ chester _road, petitioning, have received order, and do accordingly publish the following advertisement_: all gentlemen, merchants, and others, who have occasion to travel between _london_ and _westchester_, _manchester_, and _warrington_, or any other town upon that road, for the accommodation of trade, dispatch of business, and ease of purse, upon every monday, wednesday, and friday morning, betwixt six and ten of the clock, at the house of mr._christopher charteris_, at the sign of the hartshorn, in westsmithfield, and postmaster there, and at the postmaster of _chester_, at the postmaster of _manchester_, and at the postmaster of _warrington_, may have a good and able single horse, or more, furnished at threepence the mile, without the charge of a guide; and so likewise at the house of mr._thomas challenor_, postmaster at _stone_ in _staffordshire_, upon every tuesday, thursday, and saturdays morning, to go for _london_.and so likewise at the several postmasters upon the road, who will have all such set days so many horses with furniture in readiness to furnish the riders without any stay to carry them to or from any the places aforesaid, in four days, as well to _london_ as from thence, and to places nearer in less time, according as their occasions shall require, they ingaging at the first stage where they take horse, for the safe delivery of the same to the next immediate stage, and not to ride that horse any further without consent of the postmaster by whom he rides, and so from stage to stage to their journeys end._all those who intend to ride this way are desired to give a little notice beforehand, if conveniently they can, to the several postmasters where they first take horse, whereby they may be furnished with so many horses as the riders shall require with expedition._ this undertaking began the 28 of _june_ 1658 at all the places abovesaid, and so continues by the several postmasters.the intimation that these horses might be had without the charge of a guide gives us an insight into the bad condition of the roads up to that period.we can scarcely imagine, in these days, the necessity for a guide to direct us along the great highways of england, and can with difficulty realize to ourselves the fact that as late as the middle of the seventeenth century the interior of the country was little better than a wilderness, as we may indeed gather from pepys journey from london to bristol and back, in which the item guides formed no inconsiderable portion of his expenses.in turning over the musty little quarto newspapers which mirror with such vividness the characteristic lineaments of the commonwealth period, not yet left behind us, we chanced upon an advertisement which tells perhaps more than any other of the dangerous complexion of those times.it is an advertisement for some runaway young sawbones, whose love of desperate adventure appears to have led him to prefer the tossing of a pike to pounding with a pestle: _george weale_, a cornish youth, about 18 or 19 years of age, serving as an apprentice at _kingston_ with one mr._weale_, an apothecary, and his uncle, about the time of the rising of the counties _kent_ and _surrey_, went secretly from his said uncle, and is conceived to have engaged in the same, and to be either dead, or slain in some of those fights, having never since been heard of, either by his said uncle, or any of his friends.if any person can give notice of the certainty of the death of the said _george weale_, let him repair to the said mr._graunt_ his house in drumalley in drury lane, _london_; he shall have twenty shillings for his pains._mercurius politicus_, dec.8, 1659.here at least we have probably preserved the name of one of the fameless men who were slain in some of those fights, a phrase which in these days opens to us a chapter in romance.with the exception of book advertisements and quack medicines, we have not up to this date met with a single instance of a tradesman turning the newspaper to account in making known his goods to the public.the very first announcement of this nature, independently of its being in itself a curiosity, possesses a very strong interest, from the fact that it marks the introduction of an article of food which perhaps more than all others has served to wean the nation from one of its besetting sins of olddrunkenness.common report, mr.disraeli informs us, attributes the introduction of the cup which cheers but not inebriates, to lord arlington and lord ossory, who are said to have brought over a small quantity from holland in 1666.the author of the curiosities of literature does not think this statement satisfactory, and tells us that he has heard of oliver cromwells teapot being in the possession of a collector.we never knew before of these teetotal habits of the protector, but we can so far back the story as to find chronologically correct bohea to put into his pot; for though it is true that the date of the following advertisement is three weeks after the death of his highness, it refers to the article as a known and, by physicians, an approved drink, and therefore must have been some time previously on sale: that excellent and by all physitians approved _china_ drink called by the _chineans tcha_, by other nations _tay alias tee_, is sold at the _sultaness head copheehouse_, in _sweetings_ rents, by the royal exchange, _london_._mercurius politicus_, september 30, 1658.this is undoubtedly the earliest authentic announcement yet made known of the public sale in england of this now famous beverage.the mention of a copheehouse proves that the sister stimulant was even then making way in the country.[1] it took, however, a couple of centuries to convert them, in the extended sense of the term, into national drinks; but, like many other good things, it came too early.tea may have sufficed for fanatics, anabaptists, quakers, independents, and selfdenying sectaries of all kinds; and for all we know, its early introduction, had the commonwealth lasted, might have accelerated the temperance movement a century at least; but the wheel of fortune was about to turn once moremighty ale had to be broached, and many deep healths to be drunk by those who had come to their own again; and tea, for full half a century, was washed away by brown october and the french wines that came in with the merry monarch.we have now brought the reader upon the very borders of the period when charles, with his hungry followers, landed in triumph at dover.the advertisements which appeared during the time that monk was temporizing and sounding his way to the restoration, form a capital barometer of the state of feeling among political men at that critical juncture.we see no more of the old fifthmonarchy spirit abroad.ministers of the steeplehouses evidently note the storm coming, and cease their longwinded warnings to a backsliding generation.every one is either panting to take advantage of the first sunshine of royal favour, or to deprecate its wrath, the coming shadow of which is clearly seen.meetings are advertised of those persons who have purchased sequestered estates, in order that they may address the king to secure them in possession; parliamentary aldermen repudiate by the same means, charges in the papers that their names are to be found in the list of those persons who sat upon the tryal of the late king; the works of late bishops begin again to air themselves in the episcopal wind that is clearly setting in; and the tears, sighs, complaints, and prayers of the church of england appear in the advertising columns in place of the sonorous titles of sturdy old baxters works.it is clear there is a great commotion at hand; the leaves are rustling, and the dust is moving.in the very midst of it, however, we find one name still faithful to the old cause, as the puritans call it: on the 8th of march, 1660that is, while the sway of charless sceptre had already cast its shadow from bredawe find the following advertisement in the _mercurius politicus_: the ready and easie way to establish a free commonwealth, and the excellence thereof compared with the inconveniences and dangers of readmitting kingship in this nation.the author, j.m.wherein, by reason of the printers haste, the errata not coming in time, it is desired that the following faults may be amended.page 9, line 32, for _the areopagus_ read _of areopagus_.p

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