Holidays At Brighton - online book

An illustrated Brighton travel guide Circa 1834

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books for the use of the institution ; and while he was engaged in speak­ing to the master, the children watch­ed with surprise, the uniform, regu­lar movement of so many hands, when the head monitor told them to turn, show, or clean their slates.
Lewis was afraid of interrupting the order, by asking for his little friend ; but he gave him a nod of ap­probation as he passed him on their way out.
" We will just go through the girls' school-room," said Mr. Ashton, " which is of the same dimensions as the boys'.—I am sorry we cannot now stay to see the mode of instructing the children : every thing appears to be in excellent order."
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