Household employees; Horse-drawn vehicles; Horse-drawn omnibuses; Coach drivers; Social classes; Aristocracy (Social class); Alcoholic beverages; Wit and humor; Popular music -- England -- 19th century;
A coachman is paid to drink and taxi his employer.
Partnership -- India -- History;Commercial law -- India -- History;Vedas
The law writers of ancient India (around 700 B.C.) devised, in a period of flourishing trade, rules for the administration of partnerships, formed as a means of combining capital and skills of individual entrepreneurs. These rules are indicative of...