People were not even safe in their own back gardens, as muggers would skulk in the bushes and wait to unburden them of their pocket watches and jewellery
It took the reverend and his volunteers three years and four months to take down and transport all 125,000 bricks, 200 tons of stonework, and the roof timbers to Kent
'Operations took place with no anaesthesia for the patients and were performed in front of "shoals" of medical students eager to see each technique in a real-life situation'
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