On Lambeth Marsh the South Bank and Waterloo by Graham Gibberd

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Published by Jane Gibberd in London .

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StatementGraham Gibberd.
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Paginationxiv,175p. :
Number of Pages175
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Open LibraryOL18746384M
ISBN 100951892002
OCLC/WorldCa27682777

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The story opens in Lambeth Marsh, a crime-ridden part of Victorian London. It was particularly violent, Dickensian London, "writ large," but few men had guns there in the late 19th century.

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Yet this was a most unusual event, even by the diminished standards of the marsh dwellers. On Lambeth Marsh: the South Bank and Waterloo. [Graham Gibberd] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Graham Gibberd.

Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: The book contains eleven chapters and a postscript. Chapter 1, "The Dead Night in Lambeth Marsh," tells the story of the murder of an ordinary English pub-worker, George Merrett in Lambeth March by Dr. William Minor, an American doctor living in England to regain his health.

Lambeth Marsh spread out before us, a vast conglomeration of damp earth and waterways. She pointed to the meadowland and swampy terrain. ‘You see your reflection in this malleable land. There, your penis is attached to your skull, and here, your heart is floating in your bowels.

For W. CURTIS, at his Botanic-Garden, Lambeth-Marsh; And Sold by the principal Booksellers in Great-Britain and Ireland. M DCC XC. Contents [1]—Iris Persica. [2]—Rudbeckia purpurea. [3]—Helleborus hyemalis.

[4]—Cyclamen Coum. [5]—Erythronium Dens Canis. [6]—Narcissus Minor. [7]—Cynoglossum Omphalodes. [8]—Helleborus Niger. Paperback, ex-library, good condition. An exceptionally clean copy for an ex-library book.

Light shelf wear to the covers with some minor surface marks otherwise no issues. Library shlef number on the spine and 3 stamps on the title page. All content remains excellent throughout. DP Ex-Library.

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Lambeth Marsh (also Lower Marsh and Lambeth Marshe) is one of the oldest settlements on the South Bank of London, England. South Bank is an entertainment and commercial district in central London, next to the River Thames opposite the City of Westminster.

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In lovely condition apart from some minor foxing in the title space. Image size: 13 x 10 15/16 inches. Sheet size: 15 x 11 3/16 inches.

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It was the noisiest and most sulfurous district of a city notorious for its squalor, din, and dirt. Lower Marsh (formerly known in its full extent as Lambeth Marsh and Lambeth Marshe) is the site of a street and market.

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Prompted by William Blake's lyric "London", the Lambeth of the late s is explored, its denizens tell their stories, and the contrast between the urban environment and lush marsh are highlighted. “A few years ago a family member bought Graham Gibberd’s fantastic book ‘On Lambeth Marsh’, and this also increased my interest about the market and the area in general.

“I began to wonder about when the market started and the reasons for its growth and this. In Victorian London, even in a place as louche and notoriously crime-ridden as Lambeth Marsh, the sound of gunshots was a rare event indeed.

The marsh was a sinister place, a jumble of slums and sin that crouched, dark and ogrelike, on the bank of the Thames just across from Westminster; few respectable Londoners would ever admit to venturing. Lower Marsh (formerly known as Lambeth Marsh) is a street that remains on the site of one of the oldest settlements on the South Bank of London, England.

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