A Database of Cheap Literature, 1837-1860

About the Periodical

The Town or London and provincial life as it is.
William James Winn
74 nos in 2 vols (only 13 nos in last vol). 4 p./no. (26 March 1849 – )Newberry

Check library catalogue for exact holdings.

Mrs. Lorimer Spinks; or, the married lady that was a little too gay. (nos. 1-26).
Memoir of a successful French lady of fashion. (nos. 1-26).
Confessions of a pickpocket. (nos. 15-32).
H. G. Brooks. Modest Martha; or, the mysteries of London streets. (nos. 26-61).
Recollections of a Rake; or, my adventures between fifteen and twenty. (nos. 33-57).
The Mysteries of Love: or, the Adventures of Manon Lescaut. (nos. 39-52).
Ambrose Hudson. The Charmed Life; or, the revelations of a policeman. (nos. 50-58).
Ambrose Hudson. Clara Morton; or, the maid, the mistress, and the marchioness. (nos. 62-72).
Ambrose Hudson. The Modern Rakes’ Progress. A new tale (nos. 72-74).
Estrella La Gitana. The Adventuress; or, life’s masquerade. (nos. 73-74).