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Ten years in a London slum being the adventures of a clerical Micawber. by Desmond Morse-Boycott

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Published by Skeffington in London .
Written in English

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Complete version originally published, London, Skeffington,1930.

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Number of Pages128
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Open LibraryOL14528475M

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dolling, Robert R. (Robert Radclyffe), Ten years in a Portsmouth slum. London, S. Sonnenschein & Co., lim.,   In Victorian London most of the poor lived in what would be called slum housing. During the 18th century many ramshackle 'courts' had been built as a result of speculative infilling behind street frontages. However, the reputation of one court stands out. For at least 40 years, from the s, there was an enclave in The Royal Borough. Ten years in a London slum: being the adventures of a clerical Micawber / by the Rev. Desmond Morse-Boycott [Morse-Boycott, Desmond Lionel (b. )] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Ten years in a London slum: being the adventures of a clerical Micawber / by the Rev. Desmond Morse-BoycottAuthor: Desmond Lionel (b. ) Morse-Boycott.   Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Skip to main content. This Ten years in a Portsmouth slum by Dolling, Robert R. (Robert Radclyffe), Book from the collections of New York Public Library Language English. Book digitized by Google from the.

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TEN YEARS IN A PORTSMOUTH SLUM. London: Swan Sonnenschein & Company, Second Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Item # Fair in boards. Front panel detached from spine. Previous owner inked front endpage.   Ten Years In A Portsmouth Slum – An Introductory Note By Matt on Thursday, J I am preparing an edition of Robert Dolling’s “Ten Years In A Portsmouth Slum” (), and thought the following introduction might be of interest to anyone with a fascination for the city of Portsmouth, its extremes and its privations. A brilliant new book about the seedy side of Victorian London by a talented young , government inspectors were sent to report on the horrifying, often lethal, living conditions of the Old Nichol, a notorious acre slum in London?s East End/5(66). 4 Oct - Children of London during the 19th and early 20th century living in poverty • some lived in workhouses • there was a significant population of orphans and homeless children on the streets • Horace Warner documented this phenomenon in when he took a series of photographs in East End London titled "Spitalfields Nippers." pins.