London lives on

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Phoenix House , London
Statementtext by R. G. Burnett ; photography by E. W. Tattersall.
ContributionsTattersall, E. W.
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Pagination206 p. :
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London Lives is a fascinating study that exposes the lesser-known experiences of eighteenth-century thieves, paupers, prostitutes and highwaymen.

It charts the experiences of hundreds of thousands of Londoners who found themselves submerged in poverty or prosecuted for crime, and surveys their responses, to illustrate the extent to which plebeian Londoners influenced the pace and.

Some London Lives datasets are incorporated in this new AHRC funded website, which traces the lives of 90, convicts sentenced at the Old Bailey between andlinking Old Bailey trials to relevant entries in fifty databases of criminal justice and civil records.

The 'Life Archives' allow users to discover both the pre- and post-trial histories of Old Bailey convicts. London Lives is a fascinating new study which exposes, for the first time, the lesser-known experiences of eighteenth-century thieves, paupers, prostitutes and highwaymen.4/5(6).

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This book is a unique collection: ordinary Londoners, in their own voices, tell about ordinary London lives. Interviews with over a hundred people in eight localities, from inner-city Battersea, to. Necessary Madness (London Lives Book 1) - Kindle edition London lives on book Crowell, Jenn.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Necessary Madness (London Lives Book 1)/5(27). A website such as London Lives is not a book, it does not have an author (or even two).

It is the product of many hands, and we would like to give credit to the wider collaboration involved. The same could be said about the original Old Bailey Online project.

We were beneficiaries of many contributions on the journey from website to book.

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London Lives is a fascinating new study which exposes, for the first time, the lesser-known experiences of eighteenth-century thieves, paupers, prostitutes and highwaymen.

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Following the sell-out success of Another Man’s London, Terence Jenkins, London guide and journalist is back with another entertaining collection. London Lives takes you on a tour of some of the capital’s secret spots and uncovers its lesser-known stories and those of its remarkable inhabitants.

London has seen it all from eccentric Victorians dining in dinosaurs, to raucous rioting theatre-goers. London Lives: new book about characters that make the city.

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