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St Dunstan’s church (St Dunstan in the West) 4. Temple-bar 5. The Temple 6. Temple-gardens 7. Temple-stairs 8. Fleet Market 9. Fleet Ditch 10. Bridewell Prison 11. Paper-buildings 12. Fetter-lane 8 2 1 fleet-street 4 5 10 11 9 6 7 River Thames The opening page of Todd’s narrative (under its original title, The String of Pearls) as it originally appeared in publisher Edward Lloyd’s The People’s Periodical and Family Library in November 1846. Reproduced by permission of the British Library. * Moreover Sweeney Todd, in common with his brethren in those really primitive sorts of times, did not think it at all necessary to have any waxen efﬁgies of humanity in his window.
Mark, sir! ’ ‘ Yes, that was his name, Mark Ingestrie. ’ said Sweeney Todd; and he went on lathering the chin of Mr Grant. 2 The Spectacle-Maker’s Daughter ohanna, Johanna, my dear, do you know what time it is? Johanna, I say, my dear, are you going to get up? Here’s your mother has trotted out to parson Lupin’s and you know I have to go to Alderman Judd’s house in Cripplegate* the ﬁrst thing, and I haven’t had a morsel of breakfast yet. ’ The little old spectacle-maker descended the staircase again and sat down in the parlour at the back of the shop where, in a few moments, he was joined by Johanna, his only and his much-loved child.
Bond performed at the Theatre Royal, Stratford East (London). The text of Bond’s play was to be published by Samuel French (London) in 1974; this version of the story was to serve as the primary source for Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler’s 1979 ‘musical thriller’ of the same name (see 1979, below). The True Life of Sweeney Todd: A Collage Novel by Cozette de Charmoy published in London by the Gaberbocchus Press. 1974 Text of an original nineteenth-century version of George Dibdin Pitt’s adaptation The String of Pearls (Sweeney Todd) included in Michael Kilgarrif ’s Golden Age of Melodrama (pp.