Eastbourne Memories - A Victorian Perspective

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List of Illustrations,                      xv
"What have you there? A picture, Sir!" (Timon qf Athens.)
47     Tower No. 71 ..................... Plate xxv faces        69
48     Officers of the 2nd. Sussex Artillery Volunteers             69
49     Interior of Great Redoubt with Troops encamped             69
50     Officers of 1st. Suss. Eng. Vols, at Sheffield Park Plate xxvi faces        76
51     Wreck of the Nympha Americana, 1747...... Plate xxvn faces        84
52     Wreck of the Thames at East-Bourne, 1822 ...             84
53     East-Bourne House of Commons; the Cabinet, 1885 Plate xxviii faces        93
54     Mr. E.J. Graham, J.P................ Plate xxix faces        98
55      Mr. F. W .H. Cavendish, J.P.............             98
56     Dr. G. A. Jeffery, J.P................             98
57      Mr. E. Colgate .....................             98
58     A Drawing-room Screen ............... Plate xxx faces       ill
59     The Observatory at Northfield Grange ..................          121
60     Opening of the Eailway at East-Bourne, 1849 ... Plate xxxi faces      124
61      A typical train of old style Engine and "Coaches" ...          124
62      Miss Bracebridge fishing off Langney Point, 1824 Plate xxxn faces      152
63      St. Mary's Church, before external alterations, 1868 ......            164
64     St. Mary'8 Church, Interior, circa 1840...... Plate xxxm faces      166
65      The old Parsonage next the Parish Church ...............            173
66     Eev. H. E. Whelpton................ Plate xxxiv faces      176
67     Eev. T. Pitman......................            176
68     Eev. E. W. Pierpoint................            176
69     Foundation-Stone laying, All Saints' Church Plate xxxv faces       183
70     Foundation-Stone laying, All Souls' Church, Plate xxxvi faces       186
71      Schools Bazaar, June 1895: Opening Day ... Plate xxxvn faces      193
72      Schools Bazaar, June 1895: Third Day......Plate xxxnii faces      194
73     Opening of the Main Drain, 1866 ......... Plate xxxix faces      197
74     Members of the last Local Board (27 Portraits) Plate xl faces      198
75      Members of the First Town Council (35 Portraits) Plate xli follows  200
76     Foundation-Stone laying, Town Hall ...... Plate xlii follows  xli
77      Presentation of Mace.................. Plate xliii faces      203
78     Nomination Paper of T. B. Eowe as Councillor Plate xliv faces      204
79     Langney Fort wrecked by the Sea ...... Plate xlv faces      206
80     Oak Cottage, Terminus Eoad ............            206
81      The Coast-line of East-Bourne at various dates ............            214
82     Declaration of the Poll, December 6, 1885 Plate xlvi faces      225
83     Admiral Field, M.P...................           225
84     Holker Hall, Lancashire ............... Plate xlvii faces        240
85      View at Meads, i860 ...............            240
86     Louise, Duchess of Devonshire ......... Plate xlviii faces      256
87      Schools Bazaar, June 1895: Balloon Ascent... Plate xlix faces      260
88     The Author's Study at Northfield Orange ...            260
89     The 4 " Charleses " at Beachy Head, circa 1825 Plate L faces      269
90     Colliers unloading at East-Bourne, 1845 » » .>          269
91      Beachy Head (Old Engraving dated 1787) ... Plate li       273
92     The Yacht Cygnet afloat ............... Plate lii faces      276
93     The first Lugger built at East-Bourne, 1844 ...           276
94     The Mill-field, looking S., circa i860 ...... Plate liii faces      285
95     The Site of the Eoyal Parade, circa 1833 ...           285
96     Extremes in Social Scale (East-Bourne), High Life Plate liv faces      286
97     Extremes in Social Scale (East-Bourne), Low Life           286
98     A Life-Boat of the Eoyal National Life-Boat Institution ......          288
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