In 1888 Clare Market was still just about clinging to existence between Lincoln’s Inn Fields and the Strand, just to the west of the new Royal Courts of Justice (officially opened by Queen Victoria in 1882). One observer described it as an area of “streets and lanes, where the shops…
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