Put Yourself in His Place Put Yourself in His Place

Put Yourself in His Place

Publisher Description

Hillsborough and its outlying suburbs make bricks by the million, spin and weave both wool and cotton, forge in steel from the finest needle up to a ship's armor, and so add considerably to the kingdom's wealth. But industry so vast, working by steam on a limited space, has been fatal to beauty: Hillsborough, though built on one of the loveliest sites in England, is perhaps the most hideous town in creation. All ups and down and back slums. Not one of its wriggling, broken backed streets has handsome shops in an unbroken row. Houses seem to have battled in the air, and stuck wherever they tumbled down dead out of the melee. But worst of all, the city is pockmarked with public houses, and bristles with high round chimneys. These are not confined to a locality, but stuck all over the place like cloves in an orange. They defy the law, and belch forth massy volumes of black smoke, that hang like acres of crape over the place, and veil the sun and the blue sky even in the brightest day. But in a fog why, the air of Hillsborough looks a thing to plow, if you want a dirty job.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
1870
1 January
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
833
Pages
PUBLISHER
Public Domain
SIZE
521.7
KB

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