Population Statistics.Guy Fawkes' Day.A snow hut.East-Bourne Postal arrangements in 1874. Season Extension Movement. The " Guardian " Newspaper and Mr. Disraeli.A Sermon on Sheep-stealing. Convicted of manslaughter for stealing a pair of Breeches.Russian prisoners at Lewes.Unreformed Corporations."Bradford" or "Bedford" Well. Ladies at Public Dinners.East-Bourne Printers.An Old Style Dinner. A Drive in Derbyshire. A visit to Holker Hall.Fire Engines.Lord Randolph Churchill.The Lanyon Family.Bread the " Staff of Life " (sometimes).Weddings, 1846-1902.Syllabub Parties.A Garden Party .at Compton Place.Hoiv Fiction may become " History."Pigs as Engineers.Banks at East-Bourne.Sussex Coaches in 1804. East-Bourne in 1809.East-Bourne in 1812.-East-Bourne Bathing in 1819.Sea-Bathing.A Fancy Dress Ball.A China (not Chinese) Story.The Story ■of a Clock. Links ivith the Past.Sunday League Excursions to East-Bourne.A Ladies7 Committee.A "Liberal" Dinner at East-Bourne. The Wreck of the "Nympha Americana"Extracts from Old Letters of Dr. Brodie.Penalties attaching to Authorship.
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W HEN the reader has completed his perusal of this chapter I am sure he will say that it more fully justifies its title than any other in the hook, for it will be found to contain a variety of items concerning, or in some way connected with, East-Bourne, put together in most disjointed sequence, but which I did not seem able to classify under any previous head.
Perhaps nothing will illustrate more vividly the changes which East-Bourne has undergone during my