Item 02: Sydney B. Young war diary, 24 July-14 October 1916 - Page 6
24th Saw a Statue of Boadicia represented in a chariot driving 2 horses with the following inscription: – Boadicea, Queen of Icene Who died A.D. 61 after leading her people against the Roman Invaders. On the axles are knives about 15? long evidently for cutting people down.
We then paid a visit to Petticoat lane. It is crammed with barrows and people buying. The majority of the vendors are jews. Sunday morning is the regular market day. Here vases were sold for 8/- per pair which would