Franklin

In strange company: being the experiences of a roving correspondent. By James Greenwood ...

Author/Creator:
Greenwood, James.
Edition:
2d ed., with much additional matter.
Publication:
London, Vizetelly & co., 1883.
Format/Description:
Book
viii, [9]-324 p. front. (port.) 20 cm.
Subjects:
Journalists, English -- 19th century.
Social problems -- Great Britain.
Great Britain -- Social conditions -- 19th century.
Great Britain -- Economic conditions.
Contents:
Three of ten thousand
A mission among city savages
At a black house
A cow-cross tea party
At a blind beggars' tea-party
To supper with a hundred thieves
Belle-isle
The north devon savages
The organ-grinder
At an auction "knock-out"
Bonnets in limbo
A sly house on sunday
Sunday in the "ditch"
THe human hair market
Inside newgate
At a newgate flogging
A day with the hoppers
London courts and alleys
Thief preserves
"Deputy" at pugmaster's
In the black country
Jack ashore
Theatre royal, wapping-way
The complete bird catcher
The art and mystery of song-bird torture
An opium smoke in tiger bay
The onion fair
An amateur comic singing match
A tramp to the "derby"
Infant paupers
Babes of business
Sport and pastime at the east end
A flight of gaol birds
Our daily bread
The delights of barnet
A revolutionist stronghold
To be fattened for christmas
A pawnbroker's chistmas eve
Out with the waits
Christmas in limbo.
OCLC:
5367219
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