so much to love here. Don't miss the sections on "Criminal Slang!"
The Victorian London site compiles tons of scanned and digitized public domain images and varied texts in one place, loosely organized by category. It's all a bit of a jumble, but then so was Victorian London -- and there's so much to love here. Don't miss the sections on "Criminal Slang!"
Everything about Victorian London
TRADES IN LONDON. The last population returns (1841) exhibit the following tradespeople, &c., residing in LondonLink
168,701 domestic servants.
29,780 dressmakers and milliners.
28,574 boot and shoemakers.
21,517 tailors and breechesmakers.
20,417 commercial clerks.
18,321 carpenters and joiners.
16,220 laundrykeepers, washers, and manglers.
13,103 private messengers and errand boys.
11,507 painters, plumbers, and glaziers.
7,973 cabinetmakers and upholsterers.
7,151 silk manufacturers, (all branches).
5,499 booksellers, bookbinders, and publishers.
4,980 grocers and teadealers.
4,861 tavernkeepers, publicans, and victuallers.
4,290 clock and watchmakers.