FOR the breakfast and tea-table, are cried at the hours of eight and nine in the morning, and from four to six in the afternoon, during the summer months. These loaves are made of the whitest flour, and sold at one and two a penny. In winter, the crier of Hot Loaves substitutes muffins and crumpets, carrying them in the same manner; and in both instances ringing a little bell as he passes through the streets.
St. Martin's Church, called St. Martin's in the Fields, is in St. Martin's lane, near Charing-cross. It has a lofty portico of six pillars raised on a flight of steps. The design of this portico was taken from that of an ancient temple at Nismes, in France, and is peculiarly grand and beautiful.