Victorian england was a dangerous place to live especially in the bustling towns and cities there was a potential accident around every corner for instance being run over by a cart or falling from a horse or being burned or scalded at home when clothing caught fire or a pot of boiling water was knocked over. In victorian england it was far more hazardous the problem was that nothing was as it seemed because almost every kind of food was adulterated in some a visitors guide to victorian england michelle higgs guide to the weird and wonderful world of victorian england search main menu skip to primary content home. A visitors guide to victorian england is essential reading for anyone wishing to travel to the nineteenth century from riding on omnibuses and sampling the street cuisine to avoiding infectious diseases or being coshed over the head in a dark alley this exceptional guide is full of practical advice and handy hints. As of today i have relaunched my a visitors guide to victorian england blog on a more responsive platform i hope this will make it easier to navigate and search and to be more reader friendly from today this old blog will no longer be updated. A visitors guide to victorian england michelle higgs combines a rich narrative of the sights sounds and smells of victorian england that will fascinate social history lovers with original sources helpful for students of the period
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