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'Life in London' might refer to the famous book of that name by Pierce Egan, published in 1823 so very current, which exposed the doings and misdoings of all classes of Londoner. Pepper Alley (an obscure turning by what is now Southwark Cathedral) and Norton Folgate (a poor self-governing place between the City and Shoreditch) may used here to represent in a generic way London low life. [Ref: Jerry White, Professor in history, University of London . Personal communication]

 

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