Holidays At Brighton - online book

An illustrated Brighton travel guide Circa 1834

Home | Order | Support | About | Contact | Search

Share page  

Previous Contents Next

EVENING.                      55
works. " As you grow older," she said, " I hope you will find much pleasure in examining them, and I am sure that the more you do so, the more you will admire the skill and wisdom of the great Artificer. But we have loitered here so long, my dears, that we must not think of going further to-night; some other day we may, perhaps, pursue our walk along the Cliff as far as Bruns­wick Square."
Evening, indeed, closed in upon the little party before they had anti­cipated ; for by the time they reached home, the last streak of golden light had faded from the sky, and the stars, one by one, began to twinkle in the deep blue.
Mrs. Ashton saw, as she sat at the
Previous Contents Next