Cramberwell Condoms: The Song Of The Shirt

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Cramberwell escorts noticed that Thomas Hood, humorist and author of The Song of the Shirt, lived in Camberwell from 1840 for two years; initially at 8, South Place, (now 181, Camberwell New Road). He later moved to 2, Union Row (now 266, High Street). Cramberwell escorts recorded that he wrote to friends praising the clean air. In late 1841, he moved to St John's Wood. Cramberwell escorts see that the Victorian art critic and water colourist John Ruskin lived at 163 Denmark Hill from 1847, but moved out in 1872 as the railways spoiled his view. Escrots in Cramberwell informed that other famous writers who have lived in the area include the poet Robert Browning, who was born in Camberwell, and lived there until he was 28, and Muriel Spark,
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