Bye-Laws made by the Rural District Council of Tendring, with respect to The Prevention of Nuisances etc, 1896-1904
the Essex County Telegraph, Colchester, nd (preseumably 1905). Red cloth spine, white card covers with black lettering to front cover. 8Ins x 5.25ins, 145pp. Full title reads The Prevention of Nuisances. The Cleansing of Footways and Pavements, removal of House refuse, and cleansing of earth closets, privies, ashpits and cesspools. Common Lodging Houses. New Streets and Buildings. Slaughter Houses. The Regulation of Offensive Trades. Tents, vans, sheds and similar structures. Pleasure boats and vessels. Also regulations with respect to Dairies, Cowsheds and Milkshops. Amongst the list of offensive trades are Blood-boiler, Bone-boiler, Fellmonger, Tanner, Leather Dresser, Soap-boiler, Tallow Melter, Fat extractor, Tripe-boiler, Glue maker and Gut scraper. Bookplate of previous owner to front pastedown. Covers very grubby. G+.
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