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    London : Hambledon and London
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    gbv_1694785211
    Format: 1 Online-Ressource (xvi, 343 p) , ill., music
    Edition: London Bloomsbury Publishing 2014 Electronic reproduction; Available via World Wide Web
    Edition: Also issued in print
    ISBN: 9781474210164
    Content: London in the 18th century was the greatest city in the world. It was a magnet that drew men and women from the rest of England in huge numbers. For a few the streets were paved with gold, but for the majority it was a harsh world with little guarantee of money or food. For the poor and destitute, London's streets offered little more than the barest living. Yet men, women and children found a great variety of ways to eke out their existence, sweeping roads, selling matches, singing ballads and performing all sorts of menial labor. Many of these activities, apart from the direct begging of the disabled, depended on an appeal to charity, but one often mixed with threats and promises. Down and Out in Eighteenth-Century London provides a remarkable insight into the lives of Londoners, for all of whom the demands of charity and begging were part of their everyday world
    Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. [293]-329) and index , Also issued in print. , Electronic reproduction; Available via World Wide Web
    Additional Edition: ISBN 9781852852818
    Additional Edition: ISBN 9780826427151
    Additional Edition: Available in another form
    Language: English
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