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Henry Mayhew Õ 0 Read & downloadD the London Poor for several ears but the only copies at my Local Are In library are in reference versions This is a small 120 page excerpt from the larger work While as a sample of Mayhew s research it doesn t incl. E rarely featured but this uniue collection of interviews from the middle of the 19th century allows their voices to be heard The journalist Henry Mayhew tramped the streets of London interviewing working people; this selection from his work London Labour and the Lond. Fascinating snippets of what life was like for the 19th century London poor in their
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