Holidays At Brighton - online book

An illustrated Brighton travel guide Circa 1834

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tance must be fishing-boats, from their size; or is it because they are so very far away that they seem so small ?"
" Some are larger than others," said Edward : " and, look ! it must be a steam-vessel which is smoking so, at the end of that long bridge we see in the distance. Let us go and ask papa to take us there; it wants nearly an hour to breakfast-time
Away ran both the children, Lewis wondering much what the long bridge he had seen from the window could be intended for, as he saw no shore at the further end—nothing but the wide blue sea.
Mr. Ashton told his little boys, he should soon be ready to accompany
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