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Old July 7th, 2017, 11:38 AM   #1
Michael Banks
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Default Dickens Dictionary of London 1888

Hi Howard

This may not be the right place for posting this short recommendation/review.
This is a great little book on my view. Many posters may already own a copy but I'll quote the blurb

'..vividly captures the atmosphere and vitality of what was then the largest city in the world...'

'..700 detailed entries contained in 272 pages printed in facsimile from the original 1888 edition..'

After seeing a friends copy I got my own from eBay for 4.10 free pp. Well worth it.

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