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An illustrated Brighton travel guide Circa 1834

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tattersal's tomb. 93
riding or walking along the cliff, and the waves sparkled as brightly as ever in the sun-beams; but Ed­ward and Lewis had walked this way so often before, that this evening they wished to change their route.
Their mother and Helen good-naturedly gave up their desire to remain longer on the beach; and Mr. Ashton inquired which way his boys wished them go.
" Oh, papa!" said Edward, "Lewis and I want very much to see Nicholas Tattersal's tomb; mamma said we should find it near the entrance to the old church: she told us the his­tory of Tattersal's bravely assisting the unfortunate King Charles II. to escape from his rebellious subjects,
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