Holidays At Brighton - online book

An illustrated Brighton travel guide Circa 1834

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write an account of any thing that interested them, during their stay at Brighton, Mrs. Ashton promising to assist them with any information in her power; and thus they were fur­nished with amusement and instruc­tion for many a leisure hour. Then came the comparison of the memo­randums each had made.
Lewis found Edward had men­tioned many things that had never entered his little giddy head; at any rate, he seemed to think them not worth remembering. Perhaps you would have thought Lewis's history the most entertaining; but then there were many blotted leaves, and sen­tences left unfinished. Often, when he was seated at the table, intending to write very industriously, the sound
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