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An illustrated Brighton travel guide Circa 1834

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KEMP-TOWN.                    45
Edward and Lewis were in high spirits ; sometimes they toppled each other on the turf, or ran races toge­ther ; and, when tired of such active games, they gathered the wild flowers that grew on that chalky soil, or turned to admire the wide-stretching ocean which lay beneath, and to in­hale the fresh breeze which blew to­wards the shore. Those who have roamed the hills, with a clear blue sky above them, and soft turf be­neath their feet, while the light breeze played around them, will know some­thing of the pleasure which Edward and Lewis felt during their walk over the Downs, that bright summer morn­ing.
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