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Dr. Rees Ralph Llewellyn

Post by Karen on Tue 19 Jul 2011 - 8:10

Mr. A.F. Astley writes to the Standard that at 152, Whitechapel-road, a horse, belonging to Dr. R. Ralph Llewellyn, may be seen which has for four years done his master's work unshod more comfortably and securely as he is, than was the case when shod.

Source: The Guardian, April 12, 1882, Page 519

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Llewellyn Injured in 1907

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DAMAGES AGAINST THE L.C.C.
620 POUNDS AND COSTS FOR A SERIOUS TRAMWAY ACCIDENT.

KING'S BENCH DIVISION. - Mr. Justice Darling and a Special Jury.

An action was heard arising out of a collision between an electric tramway-car of the London County Council and a doctor's brougham, which resulted in the killing of the horse attached to the brougham, the smashing of the brougham, and severe injuries to Dr. Rees Ralph Llewellyn, of Toxteth Lodge, Stamford Hill, and to his relative, Miss Fallowfield, and the coachman, Henry G. King.
Under these circumstances the County Council was sued by each of the three persons named.
Dr. Llewellyn's case was taken first.
Mr. McCall, K.C., and Mr. W.T. Lawrance appeared for Dr. Llewellyn; the London County Council were represented by Mr. Sanderson, K.C., and Mr. Pike Glasgow.
On May 8, it appeared, Dr. Llewellyn, accompanied by Miss Fallowfield, of Penrith House, Brixton, went out in his brougham to visit his patients. About half-past two, while returning, and just as his brougham arrived on the opposite side of the road to his house, it stopped, to enable an electric tramway-car which was proceeding towards Stamford Hill to pass. Directly the tramway-car had passed, King wheeled round the horse to cross the road, but before the brougham could clear the second line of rails a tramway-car coming from Stamford Hill dashed into it, with the consequences stated.
King, the driver, was in hospital for five weeks; Dr. Llewellyn was unable to attend to his professional duties for several weeks.
The jury, after hearing the evidence, returned a verdict for Dr. Llewellyn and awarded him 440 pounds damages. Judgment, with costs.
Mr. McCall, K.C., then announced that in the other two actions there would be judgment, for King for 100 pounds and costs, and for Miss Fallowfield for 80 pounds and costs. Judgment accordingly.

Source: Daily Mail, Friday December 20, 1907, Page 8

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