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An illustrated Brighton travel guide Circa 1834

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THE PAVILION.                  29
common ones you despise so much; but the greater part were brought from foreign countries. And the beautiful little basket, that is some­thing new too. Yes, perhaps you may hear the history of that another time. I have been to old Price's dwelling, and have promised that you shall pay him a visit this even­ing, should the weather continue fine. But, if I mistake not, you are ready for a walk now :—the shells will furnish us with in-door employ­ment some other time."
The little party then turned their steps towards the east cliff.
" How I do wish, mamma," said Lewis, when they had passed the Pavilion, r I could see all that is to be seen in that strange looking build-
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