SAND is an article of general use in London, principally for cleaning kitchen Utensils. Its greatest consumption is in the outskirts and suburbs of the metropolis, where the cleanly housewife strews sand plentifully over her floor, to guard her newly scoured boards from dirty footsteps, a carpet of small expense and easy to be renewed. Sand is sold by measure; red sand twopence halfpenny, and the white five farthings per peck.
St. Giles's Church, called St. Giles's in the Fields, stands at the west end of Broad St. Giles's. It is a very handsome structure. Over the gate, entering the church-yard, is fixed a curious basso-relievo in brass, representing the Last Judgment, and containing a very great number of figures. It was set up about the year 1686.