Thomas Farriner's Bakery: The Great Fire Of London

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The Great Fire of London I. In the early morning hours, the Great Fire of London breaks out in Thomas Farriner 's bakery on Pudding Lane Once the fire started, it spread quickly. The strong eastern winds spread the flames further, jumping from house to house. Highly flammable products like timber, rope and oil and tallow, as well as hay conited to fuel the fire. Thesis Statement (Usually the last sentence(s) in the introduction): _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________…show more content…
The strong eastern winds spread the flames further, jumping from house to house. Highly flammable products like timber, rope and oil and tallow, as well as hay contributed to fueling the fire. II. In the early morning hours, the Great Fire of London breaks out in Thomas Farriner 's bakery on Pudding Lane near London Bridge. a. The heat created by the ovens caused sparks that ignited Thomas Farriner 's

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