Page:Hopkinson Smith--In Dickens's London.djvu/19

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Vestry of St. George's Church, Southwark—In the far corner Little Dorrit went to sleep on the pew cushions 94
"Angel Place Leading to Bermondsey"—Part of the site of the Marshalsea jail where Dickens's father was imprisoned for debt 98
The Thames between Southwark Bridge and London Bridge—Where Lizzie Hexam rowed her father's boat, "Gaffer seated in the stern" 104
Mr. Grewgious's Office in Staple Inn—("Edwin Drood") 110
Corner of Wellington and York Streets off the Strand—In the second story of the rounded building Dickens edited "All the Year Round" 118
Dickens's Grave, Westminster Abbey   126

Letter Dated June, 1861—Given to Mr. Sessler by Miss Hogarth. This letter is addressed to a carpenter living near Gad's Hill, asking for an estimate on windows to be repaired at Gad's Hill. [These windows are shown in the author's charcoal sketch.] Now first published 52