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Bawdy books and pamphlets had been around since the Restoration. A small guide book, it was printed and published each year at Christmas and sold for two shillings and sixpence. It would appear that this little book was essential reading for gentlemen visiting London for pleasure. London at this time was a city rife with prostitution, and Covent Garden was one of the most affected areas.
This was a crowded, vibrant and lively part of London, filled with people from all walks of life: artists, actors, writers, musicians, criminals, prostitutes and street walkers. Jack Harris had compiled a list of over of the most well known prostitutes in London. Most descriptions were complimentary; some, however, were anything but.
Kitty Fisher, a prominent courtesan. A jolly smart wench, a good companion at table; but particularly joyous in bed; there are few whores to be found so generous as she is, often restoring the money when she likes her man; but she drinks damnably, and is then too apt to be saucy.
As well as the prostitutes, some of their clients were also named in the Lists. Attitudes towards prostitution hardened towards the end of the 18th century. It lists…. Cross Bones Graveyard is an unconsecrated memorial to the thousands of prostitutes who lived, worked and died in this once…. Related articles. Nell Gwyn Gwynne. Jack the Ripper. Next article.
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