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London Lives: Talking about poverty and crime in the capital

UnknownI’ve had the pleasure of reviewing Tim Hitchcock and Robert Shoemaker’s new book, London Lives: Poverty, Crime and the Making of a Modern City, 1690-1800 (CUP, 2015) – and interviewing Tim about it – for the November issue of Your Family Tree. I can highly recommend it to anyone interested in the history of crime or the history of London.

Here are the authors themselves talking about the publication, from outside the London Metropolitan Archives (thanks to @ourcriminalpast for the hat-tip!):

 

The November issue of Your Family Tree will be out at the end of October.

Graffiti in the debtors' prison

Prison Cell Graffiti c1750 from Nell Darby on Vimeo.

This graffiti can be seen at the Museum of London.

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