tattersal's annuity. 73
ward, " I hope, when king Charles was restored to his country and kingdom, he did not forget those who had befriended him in his misfortunes."
" I do not know," said Mrs. Ash-ton, " how it fared with the innkeeper ; but Nicholas Tattersal's fidelity was rewarded by an annuity of one hundred pounds being settled on himself and heirs. Some of Tat-tersal's descendants are yet living in the town; but the pension has been, from what cause I know not, discontinued."
" Mamma," said Lewis, as they again drew near home, " can you tell me how far it is from Kemp-Town to Brunswick Terrace ? for I suppose that takes in the whole of Brighton, from east to west."