The state is the oldest constantly released weekly journal within the usa. The periodical, dedicated to politics and tradition, is self-described as "the flagship of the left." based on July 6, 1865.
"The country should not the organ of any celebration, sect, or physique. it's going to, to the contrary, make an earnest attempt to convey to the dialogue of political and social questions a very serious spirit, and to salary conflict upon the vices of violence, exaggeration and misrepresentation in which loads of the political writing of the day is marred."
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370-371, “The rat-catchers of the sewers”; and plate between pp. 388-389, “The sewer-hunter”. All the plates are supposedly based on daguerreotypes. 62 Hollingshead’s series of essays appeared in All the Year Round as follows: 26 January 1861, no. 92, pp. 453-456, “Underground London. Chapter III”; 20 July 1861, no. 117, pp. 390-394, “Underground London. Chapter I”; 27 July 1861, no. 118, pp. 413-417, “Underground London. Chapter II”; 10 August 1861, no. 120, pp. 470-473, “Underground London. Chapter IV”; and 17 August 1861, no.
40 Matthew Gandy, 1998, 34-35. 41 David Pike, 1999, 102-138 and 2005, 51-77. 42 Times, 4 April 1865, 14. 43 Morning Post, 5 April 1865, p. 5. 44 Times, 4 April 1865, 14. R. 1853, 17-18; J. Wiggins, 1858, 11; and George Rochfort Clarke, 1860, 24-26. 46 George Rochfort Clarke, 1860, 18. 24 Monster Sewers: Experiencing London’s Main Drainage System ______________________________________________________________ 47 Clarke, 1860, 22-24. Clarke, 1860, 27. 49 Clarke, 1860, 28. 50 Clarke, 1860, 32. 1853, 6.
55 Henry Mayhew, 1862, 388-425. 56 Mayhew, 1862, 415. 57 Mayhew, 1862, 424. 58 Allen, 2002, 387. For the account of the nightmen see Mayhew, 1862, 451452. 59 Pike, 2005, 57-58. For Mayhew’s descriptions of the sewer hunters and mud-larks see Mayhew, 1862, 150-158. 60 Mayhew, 1862, 411-414, “Of the new plan of sewerage”. Mayhew describes what would eventually become Bazalgette’s scheme, but states that it is not known whether the plan will be put into action (414). 61 Mayhew, 1862, plate between pp.