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An illustrated Brighton travel guide Circa 1834

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OF RAIN.                    119
be water again in the brook very soon, he had no doubt. Well, it did nothing but rain for several days, till I was tired of the sight of clouds. At last they cleared away; and as soon as the grass was dry, I ran down to my favourite seat by the brook, which was bubbling on just as it always used to do."
" Then, papa," said Lewis, " the water which sinks into the ground rises out of it again in springs, I suppose; and springs supply rivers, and rivers flow on till they reach the sea. Can it really be the same water that comes back to the ocean again, after forming in turn clouds, rain, springs, and rivers?"
" Yes, Lewis," said his father, " this is indeed the case; and if you
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