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The Birthplace of Charles Dickens, in Portsmouth, Hampshire, England more

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1 Mile End Terrace, Portsea (now [i.e. 1904] 393 Commercial Road, Portsmouth)

(By permission of Messrs. A. and C. Black)

The magazine (Leisure Hour, 1904) contains several illustrations from The Dickens Country by F. G. Kitton and published by Messrs. Adam and Charles Black. This is one such picture.

“Charles Dickens was born in an unpretensious little house in Commercial Road, Portsmouth, on February 7, 1812. His father was at the time employed in the Navy Pay Office. The number of the house was 387, which has recently been changed to 393, but the edifice remains unaltered. It is a plain, red-brick

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