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When the grandfathers of the thepresent thepresent thepresent
present generation were enjoying enjoyingtheir enJovintheir enjoyingtheir
their golden or pilded youth in inLondon inLondon inLondon
London they drove about in cab cabriolets cabriolets cabriolets ¬
riolets The cabriolet came into intofashion Intofashion intofashion
fashion first as a private vehicle vehicleIt
It was a bright light well made madething madething madething
thing on two wheels was driven bv bvits bvits byits
its owner and carried a little littletiger littletiger littletiger
tiger behind It was the tigers tigersduty tigersduty tigersduty
duty to jump down from its perch perchlind perchnd perchnd
lind nd deliver his masters card at the thehouses theouses theouses
houses ouses he was visiting and to do dojother dother dother
jother ther such services He was wasgen wasgenrallv qen qenAsrally
Asrally enrally rallv a very diminutive slip of off ofhumanity ofhumanity
f humanity and elderly people still stillI stillanine stillaning
I aninjj can remember as children childrenlaftt childrenlafChing childrenlaMdhing
lafChing laftt hine from the windows the theIL theCd thed
IL Cd d efforts ofTiger of Tiger Tim to reach reache
js e knocker by jumping A few fewibriolets fewlbriolets fewtb
tb ibriolets iolets for private hiring wereIc were wereice wererscdnsed
rscdnsed ice Ic nsed in London as early as astiSos astr80S asp8o5
tiSos but it was not until 1823 1823April 1823Apr 1823Aprfl
April Apr l 23 23that that according to a anewspaper anewspaper anewspaper
newspaper paragraph cabriolctere cabriolets cabrioletsere cabriolc cabriolcere
> ere in honor of his h majestysirthdayinlLQduccd majestys majestysirthdayhintxpduccd1o
irthdayhintxpduccd1o i irthdayinlLQduccd th yiltQdB ed to the public publicL ptblicRu
L 1 Mil ihbr Ru morning These vehicles vehicleswere velucleswere vehicleswere
were constructed to hold two per persons persons persons ¬
sons insid besides the driver who whowas whowas whowas
was partitioned oft from his fare fareThese fareThese fareThese
These cabs cabsfor for English fashion fashionall lash tashionall ion ionall
all the superfluous syllables in incabriolet incabriolet incabriolet
cabriolet were soon docked to tor to1rrive1tth tonrrivsnt
nrrivsnt arriu 1rrive1tth at tK the convenient cab cabhad cabhad ab abhad
r had a body somewhat similar to tothe tothe tothe
the hansom of today though thoughrather thoughrather thoughrather
rather smaller while the th forepart forepartof
of the head was capable of being beingfolded beingfolded beingfolded
folded They were at first very verylimited verylimited verylimited
limited in number owing to the theapposition thew theapposition theapposition
w apposition of vested interests interestsand intercstsand interestsand
and even as late as 1832 when all allrestrictions allrestrictions allrestrictions
restrictions as to number were re removed removed removed ¬
moved they did not reach the total totalof totalof totalof
of seventy Need it be said that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they were painted yellow yellowThe yellowTire yellowThe
The cab like so many other othercivilized othercivilized othercivilized
civilized things came from Paris Pariswhere Pariswhere Pariswhere
where as the cabriolet de place it itbegan itV
V 3 began to put the sedan chair and andsuch andsuch andsuch
such like conveniences out of ofI ofjoint ofjoint
I joint as early as the middle of the theseventeen theseventeen theseventeen
seventeen h century It was in the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first instance a somewhat primi primitive primitive primitive ¬
tive affair It is curious to note notethat notethat notethat
that while the cabriolet became becamein becamein becamein
in England a cab in Paris it be became became became ¬
came a fiacre The name arose arosethus arosethus arosethus
thus The man who introduced introducedthe introducedthe introducedthe
the vehicle in Paris was one Nich Nicholas Nicholas Nicholas ¬
olas Sauvage who lived at the theHotel theHotel theHotel
Hotel St Fiacre in the Rue S SMartin St StMartin SiMartin
Martin Persons requiring a cab cabriolet cabriolet cabriolet ¬
riolet therefore had to send for forone forone forone
one to the Hotel St Fiacre Fiacrej and andhence andhence andhence
hence the witty Parisians who love lovechristen lovet
t t christen things thin s soon transferred transferreditie translerreddie transferredthe
die name of the saint to the thewheeled thewheeled thewheeled
wheeled machine which had as it itwere itwere itwere
were accidentally been placed un under under under ¬
der his patronage I say his al although although although ¬
though for anything I know St StFiacre StFiacre StFiacre
Fiacre may have been a lady ladySince ladvSince ladySince
Since that time fiacre has been beenthe beenthe beenthe
the designation of all public vehi vehicles vehicles vehicles ¬
cles in the city of the Seine It Itneed Itneed Itneed
need hardly be said that the cab in inFrance inFrance inFrance
France has undergone many manychanges manychanRes manychanges
changes of style and fashion Can Canit Canit Canit
it be the sainted patronage that has hasgiven hasEiven hasgiven
given the cabriolet de place such suchvogue suchvoguc suchvogue
vogue that has sent it round the theworld theworld theworld
world so to speak For wherever wherevermen wherevermen wherevermen
men congregate con regate together in cities citiesthere citiesthere citiesthere
there the cabriolet has presently presentlyestablished presentlyestablished presentlyestablished
established itself itselfwith with ith modihca modifications modihcations modihcations ¬
tions As S early as 1673 we read of ofcabriolets ofJ ofI
J cabriolets or gigs with hoods hoodsbeing hoodsbdne hoodsbeing
being introduced into Florence FlorenceCount FlorenceCount FlorenceCount
Count Gazzardini speaks of one as asan aJan asan
an affair with a curved seat fixed fixedin fixedin fixedin
in two long bending shafts placed placedin
in front on the back of a horse and andbehind andbehind andbehind
behind on two wheels wheelsa a capital capitaldescription capitaldescription
11 description He says it was wasbrought wasbrought wasbrought
brought from Paris and soon be became became became ¬
came sa s ponular that in a few years yearsthey yearsthe yearsthey
they the numbered over a thousand in inthe inthe inthe
the delightful city of Arno From FromFlorence FromFlorence FromFlorence
Florence it mAde its way all over overItaly overItaly overItaly
Italy becoming the calesso in inNaples inNaples inNaples
Naples and southern Italy gener generally generally generally ¬
ally allyThe
The cabriolet appears also to be bethe bethe bethe
the original of the vehicle so well wellknown wellknown wellknown
known to tourists in Norway as asthe asthe asthe
the carriole driven often for miles milesand milesand milesand
and over lonely and unfrequented unfrequentedroads unfrequentedroads unfrequentedroads
roads by girls irls And few more morecareful morecareful morecareful
careful drivers there are than they
You may leel as safe under their theircharge theircharge
1 charge as in a cradle cradleand and almost almostas
s as comfortable Not so accord according according gccording ¬
ing to all accounts is the volante volantethe volantetbe volantethe
the hooded gig gi on two high wheels wheelsof wheelsof wheelsof
of Cuba considered by those thosewhose thosewhose thosewhose
whose blood has passed the ebul ebulliant ebulliant ebulliant
liant stage of youth as a most per perilous perilous perilous ¬
ilous affair in which with a beast beastat beastat beastat
at all mettlesome the neck is about aboutas aboutas aboutas
as safe as on a flying ving trapeze trapezeDuring trapczeDuring trapezeDuring
During the latter latterhah halt of oCthe the eight eighteenth eighteenth eighteenth
eenth century this th cabriolet found foundits foundits foundits
its way to St Petersburg as the thetroitska thelroitska thetroitska
troitska whence it seems to have havetravelled havetravelled havetravelled
travelled to Berlin and other Ger German German German ¬
man cities as the droschke or was wasilvice wasit wasit
it ilvice viet versa The common street streetvehicle streetvehicle streetvehicle
vehicle of Berlin however is an anopen anopen anopen
open four wheeler with a hoodthat hood hoodthat hoodthat
that can be raised rai ed in bad weather weatherAttempts weatherAttempts weatherAttempts
Attempts have been made to ac acclimatize acclimatize acclimatize ¬
climatize the hansom there albeit albeitso aJbeitso albeitso
so far with but bu t little success Like Likegentility Likeenti1ity Likegentility
gentility and boiled potatoes the thehandsomisan thehandsomisan thehandsomisan
handsomisan insular development developmentand
and bids fair to remain so although althoughit
it has I understand taken a slight slighthold sli slighthold ht hthold
hold in New York YorkThe VorkThe YorkThe
The hansom is a distinct evolu evolution evolution evolution ¬
tion from the cabriolet The latter latterwas latterwas latterwas
was displaced by a cab patented by
Mr Boulnois It was drawn by bytwo bytwo bytwo
two horses and carried two pas passengers passeniers passengers ¬
sengers one facing the other the thedriver thedriver thedriver
driver being seated on top It had hada
a door behind like an omnibus omnibusThis omnibusThis omnibusThis
This was succeeded by a cab of ofthe 01the ofthe
the brougham type but smaller smallerand smallerand smallerand
and plainer which came into intovogue intoVORue intovogue
vogue just before the Queens ac accession accession accession
cession to the throne Then came camethe camethe camethe
the hansom the patent safety safetycab safetycab safetycab
cab the invention of Mr Hansom Hansomthe Hansomthe Hansomthe
the architect of the Birmingham Birminghamtown Birminghamtown Birminghamtown
town hall whose name it took tookOriginallv tookOriginallv tookOriginally
Originallv the hansom consisted consistedof
of a square body on two wheels wheelsabout wheelsabout wheelsabout
about seven st ven and a half feet in di diameter diameter diameter ¬
ameter being the same height as asthe asthe asthe
the vehicle Its one horse was wasdriven wasdriven wasdriven
driven by a man seated upon a aperch aperch aperch
perch over the front of the cab cabAfterwards cabAfterwards cabAfterwards
Afterwards the siege perilous perilousof
of this sweet sweetIiUle little cherub of the thestreet thestreet thestreet
street was transferred to the back backof backof backof
of the vehicle as at present Other Otherimprovements Otherimprovements Otherimprovements
improvements having been made madein madein madein
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streets streetswith with what ultimate suc success success success ¬
cess everybody knows knowsELTHAM knowsELTIIAtI knowsELTRAM
ELTHAM PALACE PALACEOn On the high highroad highroad highroad
road to Maidstone some seven sevenmiles sevenmiles sevenmiles
miles or thereabouts from London LondonStone LondonStone LondonStone
Stone near the little town ot El Eltham Eltham Eltham
tham is one of the themost most interesting interestingol
ol our remaining links with the thealmost thealmost thealmost
almost forgotten past This is isEltham ISEltham isEltham
Eltham palace or as it was called calledof calledof calledof
of old time liThe The Kings House HouseThe HouseThe HouseThe
The site was granted by the Con Conqueror Conqueror Conqueror ¬
queror to one ol the Mandeville Mandevillefamily Mandevillelamilv Mandevillefamily
family and afterwards becoming becomingforfeit becomingforfeit becomingforfeit
forfeit to the Lrown Town Edward Ieve I Iave Igave
gave ave it to the powerful Baron John Johne
I de e Vesci Through Throu h him it passed passedto
i to Anthony Bee lithe the fighting fightingbishop fightingbishop fightingbishop
bishop who rich with ecclesiasti ecclesiastical ecclesIastical ecclesiastical ¬
cal revenues began to build a anoble anoble anoble
noble palace He did not live to tosee tosee tosee
see it finished but other hands handscompleted handscompleted handscompleted
completed it and at Christmas
1689 Henry III with his Queen Queenand Queenand Queenand
and chief nobles held high revel revelin revelin revelin
in the hall whose remains are still stillwith s stillwith il1 il1with
with us From that tittle onward onwardfor onwardfor onwardfor
for two hundred years years Eltham pal palace palace palace ¬
ace was afavorite a royal residence residenceJohn residcnceJohnOfElthamthe residenceJohn
John JohnOfElthamthe of o1Elthamthe Eltham the son of Edward EdwardII EdwaadII
II saw the light here in 1315 1315while 135while 1315while
while Edward ill not only made madeit madeit madeit
it his chiel dwelling dwel1in place but butsum butsumrnoned sum summoned summoned ¬
moned more than one Parliament Parliamentto
to meet in the grand old hall hallwhere hallwhere hallwhere
where also he gave a sumptuous sumptuousentertainment sumptuousentertainment sumptuousentertainment
entertainment to King John of ofFrance ofFrance ofFrance
France who came upon a visit to tohis tohis tohis
his former captor Richard II in inthe inthe in inth
the th tenth tcnlhycal year car of his reignspenta reignspentaentertaining reign spent aglorious a alorious
glorious lorious Christmastide Christmastide at Eltbam Eltbamentertaining Elthamentertaining
entertaining Leo King of Arme Armenia Armenia Armenia ¬
nia who had been driven from his hisdominions hisdominions hisdominions
dominions by the Turks The TheFourth TheFourth TheFourth
Fourth Fifth and Sixth Henrys Henrysalso Henrysalso Henrysalso
also made Elthan one of their prin principal principal grincipal ¬
cipal residences while Edward IV IVrestored IVrestored IVrestored
restored some portions that had hadfallen hadfaUen hadfallen
fallen slightly to decay added new newones newones newones
ones enclosed Horneoark and on onthe onthe onthe
the completion of the work in 1482 1483kept 1482kept 1482kept
kept Christmas with rejoicings rejoicinpsgames rejoicinlsgames rejoicingsgames
games masques and revelries revelriesAt revelriesAt revelriesAt
At that time the royal palace of ofEltham ofEtthatn ofEltham
Eltham consisted ol four quadran quadrangles quadrangles quadrangles ¬
gles within a high wall bey nd ndwhich ndwhich ndwhich
which was a wide moat With WithHenry Wit WitHenry WithHenry
Henry VIII the palmy days of ofElthan ofElthan ofElthan
Elthan began to wane the bluff bluffKing bluffKing bluffKing
King deserted it for Greenwich Greenwichand Greenwichand Greenwichand
and alter this it was rarely visited visitedby visitedby visitedby
by royalty The Puritans com completed completed completed ¬
pleted the destruction neglect had hadcommenced hadcommenced hadcommenced
commenced the parks were lev levelled levelled levelled ¬
elled the deer killed the trees cut cutdown cutdown cutdown
down and many of the State apart apartments apartments apartments
ments demolished Although the thepalace thepalace thepalace
palace became Crown property propertyagain propertya2ain propertyagain
again at the Restoration no trouble troublewas troublewas troublewas
was taken to save this relic of of so somuch somuch somuch
much regal festivity and grandeur grandeurMany grandeurMany grandeurMany
Many of its stones were carried carriedaway carriedaway carriedaway
away to build houses for the neigh neighboring neighboring neighboring ¬
boring gentry entry and the fine old hall hallwhich hallwhich hallwhich
which had reverberated with the thelaughter thelau thelaughter
laughter lau hter of kings and the jests of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the mighty mi hty barons was turned into intoa
a barn This old hall or banquet banquetting banquetting banquetting
ting room is all that remains of ofEltham ofEltham ofEltham
Eltham Palace It is above a hundred hun hundred hundred ¬
dred feet long by thirtysix thirtv ix broad broadand broadand broadand
and still bears marks of its original originalmagnificence originalmagnificence originalmagnificence
magnificence the expanded rose of ofEdward ofEdward ofEdward
Edward IV being most conspic conspicuous conspicuous conspicuous ¬
uous among its remaining orna ornaments ornaments ornaments ¬
ments About 1828 Mr Robert RobertSmirke Robert3mirke Robert3mirke
3mirke was commissioned to patch patchup patchup patchup
up and restore the old place but butsince butsince butsince
since then nothing has been done doneto doneto doneto
to preserve it Its rcof is now in a avery avery avery
very bad condition its walls are arecrumbling arecrumbling arecrumbling
crumbling fast but the leaseholder leaseholderdoes leaseholderdocs leaseholderdoes
does not feel inclined to undertake undertakethe undertakethe undertakethe
the repairs necessary for its ores preservation Dreservation oreservation ¬
ervation and the Crown authori authorities authorities authorities ¬
ties are indifferent indifferentLloyds indifferentLloydsWeekly Lloyds LloydsWeekly LoydsWtt
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THE SANCY DI iMONDIn MOND In the theordinary theordinary theordinary
ordinary course of events Miss MissPauline MissPauline MissPauline
Pauline Astor Hill some day be become become become ¬
come possessor of the most famousand famous famousand famousand
and magnificent diamond owned ownedoutside ownedoutside ownedoutside
outside of a crown treasure The Thegem Thegem Thegem
gem in question is the world fam famous famous famous ¬
ous Sancy diamond owned by her herfather herfather herfather
father and were it to appear appearamong appeararpong appearamong
among the jewels worn at any anycourt anycourt anycourt
court function or royal drawing drawingroom drawingroom drawingroom
room it would entirely throw into intothe intothe intothe
the shade every other gem iemthere iemthereexcept there thereexcept thereexcept
except the Kohinoor which the th thQueen theQueen 1 1Queen
Queen always wears on state oc occasions occasions occasions ¬
casions as a brooch broochThe broochThe broochThe
The Sancy is a stone which is ispossessed ispossessed ispossessed
possessed of a remarkable history
Weighing about 54 5 + carats it at one onetime onetime onetime
time formed part of the crown jewels jew jewels jewels ¬
els of Duke Charles the Bold of ofBurgundy ofBurgundy ofBurgundy
Burgundy and on his death in inbattle inbattle inbattle
battle in Switzerland was found foundset loundset foundset
set either in his helmet or sword swordhilt swordhilt I ord ordhilt
hilt The Swiss sold it to the theFrench t1 t1French theFrench
French King of the day and from fromthat Cromthat fromthat
that time forth it became one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the crown jewels of France FranceIt
It disappeared at the time of oCthe oCtherevolution therevolution the therevolution
revolution reappeareo at atthe t the res restoraion restoraion restoraion
toraion and at the tirne of the sec second secOQd secoqd ¬
OQd revolution in id i 1830 passed pass d bypurchase by bypurchase bypurchase
purchase into the possession of ofAnatole ofAnatole ofAnatole
Anatole Demidoff the Muscovite Muscovitemillionaire Muscovitemillionaire Muscovitemillionaire
millionaire It was worn for a atime atime atime
time bv DemidofFs wife Princess PrincessMathilde PrincessMathilde PrincessMathilde
Mathilde Bonaparte but buthe he took it itfrom itfrom itfrom
from her before their separation separationand sepnatlonand separationand
and then bequeathed it to his hisnephew hisnephew hisnephew
nephew Paul Demidofi emidoll The lat latter latter latter ¬
ter sold it in the sixties for the sum sumof sumof sumof
of 200000 a ridiculously small smallprice smallprice smallprice
price to the late Sir Jamsetjee JamsetjeeJejeehobhoy JamsetjeeJejeehobhoy amsetjeeejeehobhoy
Jejeehobhoy the Parsee million millionaire millionaire millionaire
aire and philanthropist phil i nthropist of orBombay Bombay
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once more in the market and it itwas itwas itwas
was purchased by William Wal Waldorf Waldorf Waldorf ¬
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