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Photo: "The workroom at St James's workhouse", from The Microcosm of London (1808)
Thomas Rowlandson (1756–1827) and Augustus Charles Pugin (1762–1832) (after) John Bluck (fl. 1791–1819), Joseph Constantine Stadler (fl. 1780–1812), Thomas Sutherland (1785–1838), J. Hill, and Harraden (aquatint engravers)[1] - http://www.londonlives.org/static/Workhouses.jsp

Workhouse, St James's Parish: this engraving was published in Pyne, William Henry; Combe, William (1904) [1810] "The Workhouse" in The Microcosm of London or London in Miniature, Volume III, London: Methuen and Company, pp. Plate 96 Retrieved on 13 July 2011.


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