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An illustrated Brighton travel guide Circa 1834

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4                    THE PAVILION.
them; and Edward and Lewis amused themselves, till he made his appear­ance, in looking again at the new scene before them, from the windows of their sitting-room. Lewis soon espied a strange-looking building, different from any that he ever re­membered to have seen before. Ed­ward could only guess that it must be the Pavilion which they saw, with its domes and minarets. But now papa's voice was heard from the hall, and the boys lost no time in obeying the summons.
" Which way are we to walk ?" said Mr. Ashton, taking a hand of each; " we must not be gone long, your mamma says."
" Oh, papa, do take us to that strange-looking bridge. Why did
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