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From: Stephen Hayes
To: All
Date: 2005-03-24 09:41:46
Subject: Re: occupations

* Forwarded (from: GEN_BRITAIN) by Stephen Hayes using timEd/2 1.10.y2k.
* Originally from Stanmapstone (8:8/2003) to All.
* Original dated: Wed Mar 23, 12:46

From: Stanmapstone{at}aol.com

A Carman drove a horse-drawn vehicle, usually in towns, collecting or
delivering goods for a railway company, firm of carriers or other business
firm. A
bonded carman was a cartage contractor licensed by H.M. Customs to  convey
dutiable goods, duty being unpaid, from the dock, quay, or warehouse  into
a bonded
warehouse, or from a bonded warehouse to a ship for re-export.  He would
have been accompanied by a customs watcher.

The Carmen's  Company is a guild of the City of London, reflecting the
transport industry  in all its modes, but particularly surface transport -
road and
rail, goods  and passenger.


Regards Stan  Mapstone
www.mapstone.org

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