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ILLUSTRATIONS u Each bench was jammed with sleeping occupants " . Frontispiece PACE Dorset Street, Spitalfields ........ 2 " Nowhere may one escape the sight of abject poverty " . . 6 Tottery old men and women were searching in the garbage thrown in the mud "........ 7 A Shop wtiere Old Clothes are sold ...... 9 A View of Petticoat Lane Facing 10 Petticoat Lane 1 1 An East-end " Slavey " 17 A House to Let .......... 24 A House to Let .......... 27 A Descendant of the Sea Kings -34 Where the Children grow up ....... 38 Here and there I found little spots where a fair measure of happiness reigned "........ 44 " In the evening the men can be seen at the doors, pipes in their mouths and children at their knees " . . . . -45 Drunken Women fighting . . . . . . . 51 Conflict again precipitated " ....... 52 Frying-pan Alley . . . . . . . . -56

In the shadow of Christ s Church I saw a sight I never wish to 

see again" ......... 60, 61 "A chill, raw wind was blowing, and these creatures huddled there sleeping or trying to sleep " . . . . Facing 62 "A lung of London 1 63 The Line waiting before Whitechapel Workhouse ... 66