south wing of the palace, she hoped papa would be able to show them, on his return to Brighton.
Edward and Lewis thanked her for the treat in store for them, and for the entertaining account she had given them.
" And now," said Mrs. Ashton, " I am quite rested; and we must not sit here any longer if we wish to see Kemp-Town this morning."
Edward asked why it was so called, and was told that the buildings were erected on the estate of a gentleman of that name. They include a square of great extent, opening from the centre of a crescent, which is terminated at each end by a wing; and consist of elegant and commodious private dwellings, all commanding a