Holidays At Brighton - online book

An illustrated Brighton travel guide Circa 1834

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undertaking; till fresh objects of in­terest arrested their attention.
They both agreed in thinking Ade­laide Crescent would be very beauti­ful when completed, and in admir­ing the splendid houses, comprising Brunswick Square and Terrace : Re­gency Square, and Bedford Square, with the noble Hotel, bearing the same name, the children had before seen.
" Edward," said Mrs. Ashton, as they passed the end of West Street, " you are fond of history ; and it will, perhaps, interest you to hear that near this spot is still standing the inn which afforded a temporary shelter to the unfortunate king Charles II., after the battle of Worcester, when he fled from his rebel-subjects to the continent. His faithful friends, co-
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