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John Dickens was released from prison in May 1824 after his grandmother died bequeathing him a sum of The family moved to Johnson Street in Somerstown where they lived for four years. They were evicted for non-payment and moved several times between

Charles Dickens, London, ca.1850 Great Reads from Exceptional Authors at http://wildbluepress.com. True crime, thrillers, mystery and business productivity books.

Charles Dickens ca.1850

Charles Dickens, London, ca.1850 Great Reads from Exceptional Authors at http://wildbluepress.com. True crime, thrillers, mystery and business productivity books.

Lower Fore Street, a narrow cobblestoned street in Lambeth, pictured in 1865. This industrial area became very densely populated over the Victorian period; its inhabitants rose from 28,000 in 1801 to nearly 300,000 by the time this photograph was taken.

Dickens's London: in pictures

Lower Fore Street, a narrow cobblestoned street in Lambeth, pictured in 1865. This industrial area became very densely populated over the Victorian period; its inhabitants rose from 28,000 in 1801 to nearly 300,000 by the time this photograph was taken.

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18 Vintage Photos Of Charles Dickens' London

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Dicken's London Map--select an area on the map to find out more about it & how it relates to Dickens.

Dicken's London Map--select an area on the map to find out more about it & how it relates to Dickens.

One of the earliest photographs recording a London industry, this picture is one of a series taken by Geoffrey Bevington, a leather merchant and tanner from Bermondsey. Bermondsey was the capital's leather processing centre, and these pictures were displayed at the Bevington and Sons' stand at the 1862 International Exhibition.

Dickens's London: in pictures

One of the earliest photographs recording a London industry, this picture is one of a series taken by Geoffrey Bevington, a leather merchant and tanner from Bermondsey. Bermondsey was the capital's leather processing centre, and these pictures were displayed at the Bevington and Sons' stand at the 1862 International Exhibition.

Credit: Horace Warner/The Religious Society of Friends in Britain A view of Union Place in Spitalfields

Spitalfields nippers: rare photographs of London street kids in 1901 – in pictures

Credit: Horace Warner/The Religious Society of Friends in Britain A view of Union Place in Spitalfields

This is reputedly the house that Dickens used as inspiration for Fagin’s Lair in Oliver Twist. The Artful Dodger and Oliver Twist walk from Islington down to ‘a house near Field Lane’ which was an area renowned for its rookery. 18 Vintage Photos Of Charles Dickens' London

18 Vintage Photos Of Charles Dickens' London

This is reputedly the house that Dickens used as inspiration for Fagin’s Lair in Oliver Twist. The Artful Dodger and Oliver Twist walk from Islington down to ‘a house near Field Lane’ which was an area renowned for its rookery. 18 Vintage Photos Of Charles Dickens' London

Victorian storefront window

Victorian storefront window

Dickens' London

Dickens' London

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