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Seeing's Believing, 1883. Mr Punch watches approvingly as the President of the Local Government Board goes into the courts and alleys of London's slums to see for himself the poverty in which so many of the capital's citizens lived. A dead cat (often used to illustrate the debris and effluent in streets and rivers) lies in the gutter and a ragged child is standing in the doorway. This follows the publication by the London City Mission of The Bitter Cry of Outcast London, by Andrew Mearns, earlier in the year. From Punch, or the London Charivari, December 1, 1883.
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