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Letter XLVIII: Friday, April 19, 1850

In my last Letter I gave an account of some of the better class of lodginghouses for seamen. I described the peculiar character of the institution known as the Sailors' Home, in Well-street, London Docks, as well as the establishments kept by the more respectable boarding-masters. In my present communication I purpose completing my picture of the better class of seamen's lodging-houses, with a short sketch of "GREEN'S HoME" in the East India-road.