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- Description: The remains of the second Marshalsea prison, Southwark, London. This was taken after the prison had been closed by the government in 1842, and possibly after most of the buildings were demolished in the 1870s. This image was published in or around 1897.
- Source: John L. Stoddard's England and London: John L. Stoddard's Lectures, Volume 9, part 14, Norwood Press, 1901, p. 298. First publication date 1897–1898. Taken from here and here (scroll down).
- Author: John L. Stoddard (d. 1931)
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