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Booth’s Poverty Map of London (1898-1899). Mayhew’s London Labour and the London Poor Section OF THE NICKNAMES OF COSTERMONGERS. Section Section OF.

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3 Mayhew’s London Labour and the London Poor Section OF THE NICKNAMES OF COSTERMONGERS. Section Section OF THE EDUCATION OF COSTERMONGERS' CHILDREN. Section Section THE LITERATURE OF COSTERMONGERS. Section Section OF THE HONESTY OF COSTERMONGERS. Section Section OF THE CONVEYANCES OF THE COSTER- MONGERS AND OTHER STREET-SELLERS. Section Section OF THE "SMITHFIELD RACES." Section Section OF THE DONKEYS OF THE COSTERMONGERS. Section Section OF THE COSTERMONGERS' CAPITAL. Section Section OF THE "SLANG" WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. Section Section OF HALF PROFITS. Section Section OF THE BOYS OF THE COSTERMONGERS, AND THEIR BUNTS. Section Section OF THE JUVENILE TRADING OF THE COSTERMONGERS. Section Section OF THE EDUCATION OF THE "COSTER- LADS." Section Section THE LIFE OF A COSTER-LAD. Section Section OF THE "PENNY GAFF." Section Section OF THE COSTER-GIRLS. Section Section THE LIFE OF A COSTER GIRL. Section

4 A “Watercress Girl” MarketQuantity sold wholesale. Proportion retailed in the Streets. Covent Garden1,578,000 bunchesone-eighth. Farringdon12,960,000 "one-half. Borough180,000 "one-half. Spitalfields180,000 "one-half. Portman60,000 "one-third. Total14,958,000 " Bunches.Receipts Farringdon6,480,000 ½d. per bunch \cp\13,500 Covent Garden16,450 "34 Borough90,000 "187 Spitalfields90,000 "187 Portman20,000 "41 \cp\13,949 I always give mother my money, she's so very good to me. She don't often beat me; but, when she do, she don't play with me. She's very poor, and goes out cleaning rooms sometimes, now she don't work at the fur. I ain't got no father, he's a father-in-law. No; mother ain't married again -- he's a father-in-law. He grinds scissors, and he's very good to me. No; I dont mean by that that he says kind things to me, for he never hardly speaks. When I gets home, after selling creases, I stops at home. I puts the room to rights: mother don't make me do it, I does it myself. I cleans the chairs, though there's only two to clean. I takes a tub and scrubbing-brush and flannel, and scrubs the floor -- that's what I do three or four times a week.

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