Coaches leaving Webb's Royal Hotel, Great Western and South Western Railway Office, Torquay.
VICTORIA, every morning at half past eight P. M. Through Newton and Chudleigh; the appointment of this superior coach is such, as to allow passengers leaving this place in the morning, to arrive the same evening at Bath, Bristol, Cheltenham, Gloucester, Birmingham, and London; this coach leaves the New London Inn , Exeter, every evening at a five, on its return to this place.
TELEGRAPH, mornings at nine o'clock, A.M. . Day coach to London, Bath, Bristol, Gloucester, Cheltenham, Birmingham, Manchester, and Liverpool.
ROYAL MAIL, every day at 3 o'clock PM through Teignmouth, Dawlish, and Starcross, in connection with the far famed conveyance the " Quick silver mail" to Bristol, Bath, and London.
SUBSCRIPTION , Monday, Wednesday, and Friday afternoons, at half past 12 o clock.
DEFIANCE, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoons at half past 12 o'clock. The two latter coaches pass through the same places as the Mail
The DEFIANCE arrives from Exeter at half past 3 o'clock, and the SUBSCRIPTION at half past three; leaving immediately for Dartmouth through Paignton and Brixham; the ROYAL MAIL at 11 o'clock, and the TELEGRAPH at quarter past six for Dartmouth through the same places.
COACH LEAVING MRS HEARDER'S FAMILY HOTEL
The NAUTILUS, (new fast day coach,) at 8 o'clock AM through Teignmouth, Dawlish, and Starcross, arriving in Exeter at 11, Bristol at half past 4, Bath at five, and London same night at quarter after nine; this coach leaves the Old London Inn, and Half Moon Hotel, Exeter, for Torquay every afternoon at five, after the arrival of the London Telegraph.
LIST OF WAGONS FROM TORQUAY.
To Exeter, through Newton and Chudleigh.-
Medland and Madge ,Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. Returning to Torquay from the Black Lion Inn Exeter, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
R. Tozer , Mondays, and Thursdays at 10am returning the following days at 7:00pm
To Exeter through Newton, Teignmouth, Dawlish, and Starcross.-
A Spring van, every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday morning, at 9am from the Great Western and South-Western Railway Office, Royal Hotel, returning the following days.
Plymouth.-J. Tozer, from the London Inn, every Tuesday evening, through Paignton and Totnes, returning to Torquay the following Saturday.
Totnes.-J. Perriman, every Saturday morning returning the same evening, J. Worth, every Monday and Friday evening; R. Cornish every Saturday morning, returning the same evening.
Newton.- J. Perriman, every Wednesday morning, returning the same evening; J. Cornish, every Wednesday morning, returning the same evening .
Teignmouth and Shaldon.- P. Elliott every evening.
Bovey Tracey.-J Winsor, every Saturday evening .
THE BRUNSWICK, steamer, T. Russell, commander, calls at Torquay on her way from Plymouth to Portsmouth and Southampton, on Mondays and Thursdays at 6:00pm returning on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 6 am. Agent Mr R J Slade, 12, Victoria parade.
THE SOUTH WESTERN STEAM PACKET COMPANY'S steamer, TRANSIT, J E. Goodrich, junior, commander, calls at Torquay on her way from Plymouth to Southampton and Portsmouth on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 6pm returning on Tuesday and Friday mornings.
the EDINBURGH CASTLE, H. B. Harvey, commander, calls at Torquay on her way from Dartmouth to Southampton every Friday at 6:00pm returning Thursday morning.-agents, Messrs Cockings and Whiteway office number 1, on the quay near the bank .
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