|←Author Index: Gr||James Greenwood
|Low-Life Deeps in the chapter called In the Potteries.A British social explorer, journalist, and writer. The Daily Telegraph on 6 July 1874, published an article written by James Greenwood, in which he reported on 24 June 1874 to have witnessed a human-baiting. In 1876, Greenwood republished the article in his book|
- The Adventures of Seven Four-footed Foresters: Narrated by Themselves (1865)
- In Strange Company (1874)
- Low-Life Deeps (1881)
- Mysteries of Modern London (1883)
- Odd People in Odd Places (1883)
- The Seven Curses of London (1869)
- Toilers in London (1883)
- Unsentimental Journeys (1867)
- The Wilds of London (1874)
- A Night in the Workhouse (1866)
- Wild Sports of the world (1862)
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