It should be noted that the City Tattersalls Clubwhich began as a spin-off from the Tattersalls Club, no longer has exclusive membership criteria. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. In recent years the advent of mobile working using phone and email has placed pressures on the traditional London clubs which frown on, and often ban, the use of mobiles and discourage laptops, indeed any discussion of business matters or 'work related papers'. By the late 19th century, any man with a credible claim to the status of "gentleman" was eventually able to find a club willing to admit him, unless his character was objectionable in some way or he was "unclubbable" a word first used by Samuel Johnson. Most clubs contained just one room where members could dine and entertain non-members; it was often assumed that one's entire social circle should be within the same club.
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