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RAGGED LONDON 
IN 1861.

BY

JOHN HOLLINGSHEAD

AUTHOR OF "UNDER BOW BELLS," "ODD JOURNEYS," ETC. ETC

LONDON
SMITH, ELDER AND CO., 65, CORNHILL.
M.DCCC.LXI

 

THE CENTRE  (Introduction, Clerkenwell and the City Borders)
THE EAST  (The Back of Whitechapel, St George's in the East, Behind Shoreditch)
THE WEST  (Near Westminster Abbey, Near Regent Street)
THE NORTH  (Near King's Cross, Marylebone and the Outskirts)
THE SOUTH  ('Over the Water')
POSTSCRIPT  (A New Chamber of Horrors, Our London Model Lodging Houses, Mistaken Charity, Conclusion)

APPENDIX

Tables of Population and Standing Room
A Medical Opinion
A Charitable Account
Model Lodging House Accounts
Letters
A Model District Census
The East End Incumbent on London Poor Rates
The Poor Law and the Police Courts