The Frozen ThamesBook - 2009
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It was strange not to see animals about. Even in the bustle of London there have always been cats and dogs. But the King has ordered all the dogs and cats within the city to be destroyed, as he fears that they are responsible for carrying the plague.
The thaw of the Thames goes just as badly as the freeze. It comes fierce and sudden, huge slabs of ice crashing through the arches of London Bridge, damaging the bridge and carrying away portions of the Frost Fair. Booths and huts, upright and unmanned on their ice floes, hurtle downstream, some with their signs still attached to the front of the structure. It is as though the people of London need reminding that the river is a wild thing and this cannot be forgotten because, if it is, the Thames will simply arch its back and throw anything off that tries to tame it.
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