Holidays At Brighton - online book

An illustrated Brighton travel guide Circa 1834

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94 tattersal's tomb,
and that has made us wish to see the spot where he was buried."
On their way to the church-yard, Helen begged Lewis to tell her all he knew about Charles's escape, and the generous behaviour of his conductor; so that by the time they reached the spot, she was as much interested as her cousins in the object of their search.
It was found to be a slab of black marble, on which was carved the following inscription, and under it some uncouth rhymes, which Edward with difficulty deciphered :
"P M S " Captain Nicholas Tattersal, throvgh whose prvdence, valovr, and
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