INDEX
accents 59–60
actors 188–95, 197–9, 203–4
Admiralty 20
advertising 40–1, 81–6, 149–51
Albany 308–9
Albert, Prince 159, 311
alcohol 241–2
animals
baiting 9, 175–7
entertainment with 9, 148, 157–62, 164–5, 175–7, 186–7
street 18
apprenticeships 213–16
Apsley House 30, 301–2
arrests 266–8
`Astley’s Royal Equestrian
Amphitheatre’ 160–1
Athenaeum, The (journal) 167
Austen, Jane 48, 324
Austin, Alfred 316
Australia 275
`baby farmers’ 222
bachelors 307–10
badger-baiting 176
balloon flights 170–2
Bank 94–5, 125, 131, 136
Bank of England 17, 22, 98–100, 255–6
Banqueting House 20
Barker, John 76
Bartholomew Fair 180–1
Bayswater 297
bazaars 65, 72–5, 307–8
Bazalgette, Joseph 32
bear-baiting 9, 176
beer 241–2
beggars 57–8, 143, 227
Belgravia 297
Belzoni, Giovanni 163
Bermondsey 16, 20
Berry Brothers and Rudd 71
Beulah Spa 172–5
Big Ben 20
Billingsgate 210, 230
bird sellers 90–1
Bishopsgate 17
black people 56–8, 180
Blackheath 13
Blitz 33
boats, steam 140–2
Bonaparte, Napoleon 46, 163
Bond Street 65
Borough 20, 81, 122
Bow Street Runners 260
boxing 177–80
Boxing Day 312–13
British Museum 33, 163–4
Brixton 304
Broadwick (formerly Broad) Street 232
Brompton 20
Brompton Road 65–6
Brummell, Beau 101

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  • Contents 5
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  • 1 - The Place 13
  • 2 - The People 36
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  • 4 - City and Clerk 95
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