Holidays At Brighton - online book

An illustrated Brighton travel guide Circa 1834

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would be pleased to walk in, saying, that though his berth was a poor one, it was snug and clean ; and he was sure Mary would do her best to make them welcome.
Mary now came forward, and se­conded her father's invitation, which was readily accepted.
Edward and Lewis were for mak­ing friends at once with the children; but the elder boy stood looking shyly at the strangers, while the little one ran to his mother, and hid his rosy face in her apron.
The sight of the book, however, soon caused them to become sociable: little Tom could hardly believe it was for him ; and when once he had ob­tained possession of it, he held it up above his head, lest his brother, who
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