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IN STRANGE COMPANY

BEING THE EXPERIENCES OF A ROVING CORRESPONDENT

BY
JAMES GREENWOOD
"THE AMATEUR CASUAL"

SECOND EDITION

HENRY S. KING & CO.,
65 CORNHILL AND 12 PATERNOSTER ROW, LONDON.
1874


Three of Ten Thousand
A Mission among City Savages
At a Black House
A Cow-cross Tea-Party
At a Blind Beggars' Tea-Party
At Supper with a Hundred Thieves
Belle-Isle
The Organ-Grinder
At an Auction "Knock-Out"
A Revolutionist Stronghold
The North Devon Savages
Bonnets in Limbo
A "Sly House" on Sunday
The Human Hair Market
Sunday in the "Ditch"
At a Newgate Flogging
A Day with the Hoppers
London Courts and Alleys
Jack Ashore
"Deputy" at Pugmaster's
The Art and Mystery of Song-Bird Torture
An Opium Smoke in Tiger Bay
An Amateur Comic Singing Match
A Tramp to the "Derby"
Our Daily Bread
The Delights of Barnet
A Flight of Gaol Birds
In the Black Country
A Pawnbroker's Christmas Eve
The Onion Fair
Out with the Waits

source: James Greenwood, In Strange Company, 1874