hoxton

Detail of Charles Booth's 'Maps Descriptive of London Poverty, 1898-9'; the black marker indicates Hoxton Square. (Source: https://booth.lse.ac.uk/). The Priory church, house and school, occupies the northern end of the eastern side of the square.

Detail of Charles Booth’s ‘Maps Descriptive of London Poverty, 1898-9’; the black marker indicates Hoxton Square. (Source: https://booth.lse.ac.uk/).

The Priory church, house and school, occupies the northern end of the eastern side of the square.

Detail of Charles Booth’s ‘Maps Descriptive of London Poverty, 1898-9’; the black marker indicates Hoxton Square. (Source: https://booth.lse.ac.uk/).

The Priory church, house and school, occupies the northern end of the eastern side of the square.

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