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THE
LITTLE WORLD
OF
LONDON

OR

Pictures in Little of London Life

BY
CHARLES MANBY SMITH
AUTHOR OF
"THE WORKING MAN'S WAY IN THE WORLD," "CURIOSITIES OF LONDON LIFE," ETC.

LONDON :
ARTHUR HALL, VIRTUE AND CO.,
25, PATERNOSTER ROW.
1857

A First Word
Amusements of the Moneyless

Views of Life from a Fixed Stand-Point

The Fortunate Shop
A Calm in the City
Paternoster Row and Magazine-Day
Our Terrace on Sunday
Jack Frost at Our Terrace
The Precatory Order
A Rainy Day in Town
A London Railway Station
Pincher Invalided
Beating the Bounds
A Novel Competition Show
The Signs of the Times
Lagsmanbury
Lurking Literature of London
"Moving House"
Confessions of a Picture-dealer's Hack
Flowers in London
The London Char-Woman
What's O'Clock in Cheapside?
The Expectant
Letting Lodgings. A Widow's Tale
Crocodile Court
Commercial Art
Chap-Pictures
The Press of the Seven Dials
History of Strawberry Street
Great Public Questions
Fiddles and the Fiddle-Trade
Genesis of the Workers
"Crowner's Quest"
London Shops, Old and New
Romance of a Shop-Window
The Physician's Lever
Twenty-Four Hours of London Streets - Morning
Twenty-Four Hours of London Streets - Day
Twenty-Four Hours of London Streets - Evening
Twenty-Four Hours of London Streets - Night

source: Charles Manby Smith, The Little World of London, 1857