Victorian London - Publications - Social Investigation/Journalism - Twice Round the Clock, or The Hours of the Day and Night in London, by George Augustus Sala, 1859    

- Preface
- Four o'clock AM - Billingsgate Market
- Five o'clock AM - Publication of the "Times" newspaper
- Six o'clock AM - Covent Garden Market
- Seven o'clock AM - A Parliamentary Train
- Eight o'clock AM - St. James's Park - The Mall
- Nine o'clock AM - The Clerks at the Bank and the Boats on the River
- Ten o'clock AM - The Court of Queen's Bench and the "Bench" itself
- Eleven o'clock AM - Trooping the Guard, and a Marriage in High Life
- Noon - the Justice Room at the Mansion House, and the "Bay Tree"
- One P.M. - Dock London and Dining London
- Two P.M. - From Regent Street to High Change
- Three P.M. - Debenham and Storr's Auction Rooms and the Pantheon Bazaar
- Four P.M. - Tattersall's and the Park
- Five P.M. - The Fashionable Club and the Prisoner's Van
- Six P.M. - A Charity Dinner and the Newspaper Window at the General Post Office
- Seven P.M. - A Theatrical Green Room and "Behind the Scenes"
- Eight P.M. - Her Majesty's Theatre and a Pawnbroker's shop
- Nine P.M. - Half-price in the New Cut, and a Dancing Academy
- Ten P.M. - A Discussion at the "Belvidere" and an Oratorio at Exeter Hall
- Eleven P.M. - A Scientific Conversazione and an Evening Party
- Midnight - The Haymarket, and the Sub-Editor's Room
- One o'clock A.M. - Evans's Suppers Rooms, and A Fire
- Two o'clock A.M. - A Late Debate in the House of Commons, and the turnstile of Waterlo
- Hour the Twenty-Fourth and Last - Three A.M 

source: George August Sala, Twice Round the Clock, 1859