City Scenes or a peep into London
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City Scenes or a peep into London

By William Darton
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  • City Scenes. OR A PEEP INTO LONDON.
  • p. 1INTRODUCTION.
  • p. 3CITY SCENES.
    • 1.  Countryman on a Stage Coach.
    • p. 42.  The Monument.
    • 3.  Pie Corner,
    • 4.  New London Bridge.
    • 5.  Billingsgate,
    • 6.  The Scavenger.
    • 7.  The Bellman.
    • p. 118.  A Wharf
    • 9.  The Coal-ship and Barge.
    • 10.  The Custom House.
    • 11.  The Press-gang.
    • p. 1412.  The Tower of London
    • 13.  The Armory.
    • 14.  The Horse Armory.
    • 15.  The Wild Beasts in the Tower.
    • 16.  The Jewel Office.
    • 17.  Rag Fair and Old Clothes.
    • 18.  Ship-building.
    • 19.  Nosegays.
    • 20.  The Water-cress Girl,
    • 21.  The Brewer’s Dray.
    • 22.  The Twopenny-post Boy.
    • 23.  The Dancing Bear and Dogs.
    • 24.  The Camel and Monkey.
    • 25.  The Royal Exchange.
    • 26.  The Fire-engine.
    • p. 3027.  Drawing Goods in a Truck.
    • 28.  The East India House.
    • 29.  London Stone.
    • p. 3230.  Guildhall.
    • p. 3332.  The Mansion House,
    • 33.  The Bank of England.
    • p. 3434.  St. Paul’s Cathedral.
    • 35.  The Blue-coat School, called Christ’s Hospital.
    • 36.  The enraged Ox.
    • 37.  The Dustman.
    • 38.  The taking of Guy Fawkes.
    • 39.  Guy Fawkes in Effigy.
    • 40.  Bartholomew’s Hospital,
    • p. 4041.  Smithfield Market
    • 42.  St. Dunstan’s Church.
    • 43.  The Postman and Letter-Carrier.
    • 44.  The Temple
    • 45.  The Knife-grinder.
    • 46.  The Chair-mender.
    • 47.  The News Boy and Flying Pieman.
    • 48.  Blackfriars’ Bridge.
    • 49.  Temple Bar.
    • 50.  The Paviors.
    • 51.  Westminster Abbey.
    • 52.  The Tombs.
    • 53.  Westminster Bridge
    • p. 5354.  Westminster Hall
    • 55.  The Lamplighter.
    • 56.  The Watchman.
    • p. 5657.  The Link-boy.
    • 58.  The Sedan Chair.
    • 59.  The Milkmaid.
    • 60.  The Sailors and Ship.
    • 61.  The Admiralty Office.
    • 62.  The Sailing Match.
    • 63.  The drowned Boy.
    • p. 6164.  The General Post-office,
    • 65.  Southwark Bridge.
    • 66.  Waterloo Bridge
    • p. 6367.  The Royal Academy, Somerset House.
    • 68.  Covent Garden.
    • 69.  The British Museum
    • p. 6570.  Charing Cross.
    • 71.  Carleton House,
    • 72.  The Quadrant, Regent Street.
    • 73.  The Funeral.
    • p. 6874.  The Charity Children.
    • p. 7075.  Highgate Tunnel.
    • 76.  Watering the Streets.
    • 77.  Little Boy at the Crossing.
    • 78.  The Flower-pot Man.
    • 79.  The Waterman, the Ticket Porter, and Fellowship Porter.
    • p. 7380.  The Coach-stand.
    • 81.  New Milk from the Cow.
    • p. 75.82  Skating.
    • 83.  The hard Frost.
    • 84.  The Fire-plug.
    • 85.  The London Docks
    • 86, 87.  Greenwich and Chelsea Hospitals, and Pensioners,
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