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Mornings at Bow Street

Mornings at Bow Street by John Wight
By: (1866-1944)

This is a collection of various articles found in Morning Herald columns. Some are found interesting, some may be hilarious! The 84 pieces of this book are actual reports throughout the 1870s newspaper written by the reporter, John Wight and Illustrated by George Cruikshank

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MORNINGS AT BOW STREET.

[Illustration:

"Sweet Birds that love the noise of Folly, Most musical, most melancholy"]

MORNINGS AT BOW STREET:

A Selection

OF THE MOST HUMOROUS AND ENTERTAINING REPORTS WHICH HAVE APPEARED IN THE "MORNING HERALD."

BY J. WIGHT, BOW STREET REPORTER TO THE "MORNING HERALD."

WITH TWENTY ONE ILLUSTRATIONS BY GEORGE CRUIKSHANK.

"They did gather humours of men dayly wherever they came." AUBREY MS.

LONDON: GEORGE ROUTLEDGE AND SONS, THE BROADWAY, LUDGATE. NEW YORK: 416 BROOME STREET. 1875.

LONDON: BRADBURY, AGNEW, & CO., PRINTERS, WHITEFRIARS.

ADVERTISEMENT TO THE ORIGINAL EDITION.

This volume consists of certain of those Bow Street Reports which have appeared from time to time, during the last three years, in the columns of the Morning Herald . The very favourable notice which they then met with from the public, has induced the author to select some of the most descriptive and amusing of them, and to present them here again, with some necessary enlargements and corrections, and in a somewhat more finished state than the rapid demands of a daily paper allowed... Continue reading book >>


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