1 edition of Sam Syntax"s description of the cries of London, as they are daily exhibited in the streets. found in the catalog.
Sam Syntax"s description of the cries of London, as they are daily exhibited in the streets.
Illus. hand coloured.
|Series||Harris"s cabinet of amusement and instruction|
|Contributions||Francis, Samuel W 1835-1886.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||17 l :|
|Number of Pages||17|
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Description. This chapbook features a number of the Cries of London in a series of charming hand-coloured illustrations, and sold for the high price of one shilling and sixpence.
The frontispiece shows John Harris's shop on the north east corner of Ludgate Hill, next to St Paul's :// Sam syntax's description of the cries of London: as they are daily exhibited in the streets Grant & Griffith,  Introduction + British Isles preth century − British Isles – The Dublin Cries The New Cries of London The New Cries of London, with Characteristic Engravings The Cries of London, as They are Daily Exhibited in the Streets The Itinerant Traders of London in their Ordinary Costume London Cries for Children c.
Letters from London The Dublin Cries The New Cries of London The New Cries of London, with Characteristic Engravings The Cries of London, as They are Daily Exhibited in the Streets The Itinerant Traders of London in their Ordinary Costume London Cries for Children c.
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Taken-from life. Published by Newbery. ‘The Cries of London, as they are daily exhibited in the streets: with an epigram in verse, adapted to each. Embellished with sixty-two elegant cuts. To which is added, a description of the metropolis in verse’ Cries of London, as they are daily exhibited in the Streets Part 1 [London Sound Survey note: the doggerel accompanying the picture of the clothes-seller is hostile and anti-semitic.
It can be read via the accompanying webpage link.] Children’s book, Sam Syntax's Description of the Cries of London, Usage terms: Public Domain Broadside featuring illustrations of street hawkers and a song describing the sights and sounds found in London streets.
Usage terms: Public Domain Sam Syntax's description of the cries of London, as they are daily exhibited in the streets. London: John Harris, [ca. 12mo ( cm, "). Frontis., , A beautiful book for collectors of calligraphic and/or bookplate art as well as connoisseurs of wood engraving.
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Cæsar obtains his Liberty for a Ransom, ib. Attacks and takes the Pyrates, Hangs them at Troy, increase again to a prodigious Sam Sarpong Ibrahim B. Nabubie, (),"Nuisance or discerning? The social construction of street hawkers in Ghana", Society and Business Review, V ol.
10 Iss 2 pp. - Schools, academies, and colleges, give but the merest beginnings of culture in comparison with it. Far higher and more practical is the life-education daily given in our homes, in the streets, behind counters, in workshops, at the loom and the plough, in counting-houses