London in the Eighteenth century

by Juliet Dymoke

Publisher: Longman in London

Written in English
Published: Pages: 92 Downloads: 14
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Includes glossary.

StatementJuliet Wymoke ; illustrated from contemporary sources by G. Fry.
SeriesThen and there series
The Physical Object
Pagination92p. :
Number of Pages92
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21026788M

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To the right is a picture of syallbub, a popular drink in 18th century London. Meat, aside from what you may have previously believed was the main food that people in the 18th century ate.

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