Holidays At Brighton - online book

An illustrated Brighton travel guide Circa 1834

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and talents, which might have been rendered eminently useful, if dedi­cated to His service, who is empha­tically styled ' The Prince of Peace.' But let us hope, that in the latter years of her lengthened existence she was permitted to see the error of her ways, and to enlist under His banner; becoming a Christian, not merely in name, but in practice also."
The children listened attentively to Mr. Ashton's remarks ; and he took the opportunity of pointing out to them how instructive a lesson the prospect of so many silent abodes of the dead may afford.
" See, my children," he said, " what becomes of all the wisdom, riches,
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