Holidays At Brighton - online book

An illustrated Brighton travel guide Circa 1834

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of a horn, or of a passing vehicle, would draw him to the window ; then he must wait to see the passengers mount, and the coach start: then a gay party on horseback would pass, or a pretty little chaise drawn by a goat, till he found it very difficult to recall his scattered thoughts; and the memorandum-book stood a poor chance of coming in for a share of his attention. He really was sorry, however, when he compared his bro­ther's neatly written pages with his own, and thought how much more pleasure his papa would have in look­ing at them.
" Edward," said he, one day, looking over his brother's shoulder, " where did you learn all this about the early history of Brighton ?"
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