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City Scavengers Cleansing the London Streets of Impurities
'City Scavengers Cleansing the London Streets of Impurities', 1816. The Lord Mayor, Matthew Wood, Robert Waithman and Sir William Curtis forcibly removing prostitutes from the streets of the City and placing them on a cart. Sir John Silvester, Recorder, is reading the Riot Act on the steps of Mansion House.
- Image ref: 1646110
- City of London / Heritage-Images