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Most of her business was to Essex and Suffolk, but she also owned the Exeter coach .Samuel Pickwick and his friends start for Ipswich from here ( Cannon Street (Map: D-10) - Street leading from St.Only .00 with secure payment through Amazon.com!Redrawn and updated for 2014 with 1862 London map in background.high-resolution version of the Dickens' London map , suitable for printing poster-size, available to download. 1879 Dictionary - Description of that location taken from the 1879 Dickens's Dictionary of London by Charles Dickens Jr.10 megabyte image includes descriptions of Dickensian locations. Additional information available at each location: 1859 Map - The selected location on the 1859 map of London, courtesy of UCLA, and created by Ralph R. compiled for the web by Lee Jackson, who has also compiled The Victorian Dictionary.Formerly a swamp filled in and developed by Thomas Cubitt in 1825.The Wititterly's live near here ( Blackfriars Bridge (Map: D-8) - Bridge over the Thames built in the late 1700's, demolished in 1863 and rebuilt in 1899.
In Dickens' time it had effectively become residential chambers.
The Adelphi (Map: D-6) - Elegant housing complex along the Thames built by the Adam brothers in the 1760s and torn down in the 1930s. David Copperfield lodges in Mrs Crupp's house here ( Astley's Royal Equestrian Amphitheatre (Map: F-7) - Popular outdoor amphitheatre which mixed theatre with circus including equestrian performances.
Robert Astley, who opened the theatre in 1774, is considered a pioneer of the modern circus.
The Black Friars were Dominican monks who set up a priory in the area in 1221.
The name distinguished them from the adjacent priory of Carmelite monks, the White Friars, at Bridewell.