Grandpapa Easy's New scripture historical alphabet, Page 8
THE MARKETS, ETC.
Vauxhall Bridges; the first, the oldest of all the bridges, is of stone, and the second of iron.
London is better supplied than any place in the world with vegetables, fruit, flowers, and almost everything else. Now railways are laid down in all directions, the most perishable things are often brought from very great distances. There are a great number of markets in different parts of the City; and the most famous of them is called Covent Garden Market. I should recommend all my young friends who have it in their power, to visit this market as early as five or six o’clock, some fine morning in Spring. The display of flowers is then very beautiful, and such as is well worth taking some pains to see.
The Bazaars are large places where tradespeople who do not keep shops of their own,