The wooden huts on its beach have been known to exchange hands for as much as £75,000.
It featured reports of grisly murders and hangings, and may be seen as the successor to the 18th Century execution broadsheets, as well as the forerunner of the more sensational 20th Century tabloids.
Publication ceased in 1938.
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Seasalter is a coastal village in Kent, situated between Whitstable and Faversham.
Canterbury is a city in Kent, situated on the River Stour.
The Era was a weekly British newspaper, first published in 1838, which specialised in sport and theatrical news.
It ceased publication in 1939.
Many people will associate the use of the word fuck with the 1960s and 1970s, when it became one of the most common slang words for sex (a fuck), to have sex (to fuck), and as a general term of exasperation, surprise or anger (Oh, fuck! Fuck me! Fuck off/you!).
Various forms of the verb and noun are used in current English: fucked (cheated: as in, I was fucked by a conman); fucking (extremely: as in, fucking stupid); fucked up (messed up, or broken); fucking about (messing about).
The origins of the word are much disputed. In dialects of Norwegian and Swedish, the words fukka and fokka mean to copulate, suggesting a Scandinavian influence. However, it has also been suggested that it may be linked to the Middle English, German and Dutch words for to strike: fucken, ficken and fokken.
Clearly, the jury is still out!
Whether or not fuck was used in Victorian times, in the way Nan uses it, is not clear. It does not appear in the dictionary of Victorian sexual slang, and there has been some reticence about its inclusion in dictionaries; it did not, for example, appear in the Oxford English Dictionary until 1972.
Stoke Newington is an area of North London, situated in the Borough of Hackney.
This is now the A10, which in its entirety runs from London Bridge to Kings Lynn in Norfolk. It is known in parts as the Great Cambridge Road and the Old North Road, and partly follows the route of the old Roman road known as Ermine Street.
Within London, its route includes Tottenham High Road, Stamford Hill High Road, Stoke Newington High Street, Kingsland High Street, Shoreditch High Street and Bishopsgate.