blind beggar George
blind beggars, hanging about Westminster.
blind beggar and attending small boy.
tall blind man with a long staff.
blind man who sits very still for many hours in the
blind man who sold halfpenny ballads.
Wood, a blind man, with an organ and his French dancing
a blind woman, inhabitant of St James, Clerkenwell.
a blind shoe-maker.
Kinlock. His stands are at Furnival’s Inn and
sturdy impostor who makes chains from a piece of ash.
Thake and his son. Natives of Watford in Hertfordshire.
Johnson, from the merchant’s service.
McGee, a native of Ribon in Jamaica, standing at the
Obelisk, at the foot of Ludgate Hill.
Horsey has been a London Beggar since 1785.
Mac Nally, a beggar about Parliament Street.
Jew Mendicant of Petticoat Lane.
Tomlins, a street-crossing sweeper.
street sweeper of the crossing at the top of Ludgate
lad who sweeps the crossing of Prince’s street,
boys selling their wares.
Cropp, his hair wild from being combed with his open
Lilly, who lost his leg while working on building repairs
Frasier, who lost both his hands in battle.
street itinerants on May Day.
bone pickers about the parish of St Martin’s
Row and John Taylor, two grubbers.
Friday, who starts from Croydon.
on their way back to the workhouse for the night.