Holidays At Brighton - online book

An illustrated Brighton travel guide Circa 1834

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sight of it seemed to revive some painful recollections. The seaman re­marked, that the motto was a very true one ; and said that life had been a stormy sea to him, though he had met with many a friendly sail on the voyage.
Mrs. Ashton here expressed a hope, that he might never be left without a pilot, to whose safe guidance he could trust; and reminded him, that all our affairs are in the hands of Him, whose voice the winds and waves obey.
The children saw that tears were in the old man's eyes, as he raised them with a serious expression, and said: " Yes, truly, Providence has been to me like the bright pole-star, when all around was dark. He will not suffer those who trust in Him to
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