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Hanoverian watering-place

John Whyman

Hanoverian watering-place

Margate before the railway.

by John Whyman

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Abstract. A craze for sea bathing and seaside holidays grew out of the publicity given to the medical advantages of sea-water treatment in the s and s, and Margate was the first of the Thanet coastal towns to cater for visitors in search of health and pleasure by the sea.

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UHR 1 () 2 – 9. Perspectives in English Urban History. Editors; Alan Everitt; Book. 33 Citations; Search within book. Front Matter. Pages i-ix. PDF. Introduction. Alan Everitt. Pages A Hanoverian Watering-Place: Margate before the Railway.

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The horses could move freely during the entire day. Hay was offered three times a day and concentrates were fed once a day in the stable.

The watering place was located in one corner of the paddock. The open barn was divided into a movement and a lying.