Victorian London - Publications - Social Investigation/Journalism - Gaslight and Daylight, by George Augustus Sala, 1859

GASLIGHT AND DAYLIGHT
WITH
Some London Scenes They Shine Upon

BY
GEORGE AUGUSTUS SALA
AUTHOR OF "A JOURNEY DUE SOUTH," "TWICE ROUND THE CLOCK," "THE BABBINGTON PEERAGE," ETC.

LONDON
CHAPMAN & HALL, 193 PICCADILLY
1859


Chapter I  - The Key of the Street
Chapter II - Getting up a Pantomime

Chapter III - Down Whitechapel, Far Away

Chapter IV - Jack Alive in London

Chapter V - Things Departed

Chapter VI - Phases of Public Life, 1.

Chapter VII - Phases of Public Life, 2.

Chapter VIII - Phases of Public Life, 3.

Chapter IX - Powder Dick and His Train

Chapter X - My Swan

Chapter XI - The Bottle of Hay

Chapter XII - City Spectres

Chapter XIII - Houseless and Hungry

Chapter XIV - The Secrets of the Gas

Chapter XV - Perfidious Patmos

Chapter XVI - Leicester Square

Chapter XVII - Daybreak

Chapter XVIII - Arcadia

Chapter XIX - Travels in Cawdor Street

Chapter XX - Houses to Let

Chapter XXI - Tattyboys Rents

Chapter XXII - Tattyboys Renters
Chapter XXIII - Down Whitechapel Way

Chapter XXIV - The Musical World

Chapter XXV - Music In Paving Stones

Chapter XXVI - A Little More Harmony

Chapter XXVII - Gibbet Street

Chapter XXVIII - Strollers at Dumbledowndreary

Chapter XXIX - Cheerily, Cheerily!

Chapter XXX - How I Went to Sea

Chapter XXXI - Fashion

Chapter XXXII - Yellowknights

Chapter XXXIII - The Sporting World
Chapter XXXIV - Where are they?