Highways and Byways in Sussex - online book

An illustrated appreciation, of the most interesting districts in Sussex.

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I have seen which make a patient and sympathetic attempt to understand the people of Sussex are Mr. Parish's Dictionary, Mr. Egerton's Sussex Folk and Sussex Ways, and "John Halsham's " Idlehurst. How many rare qualities of head and heart must go unrecorded in rural England.
I have to thank my friend Mr. C. E. Clayton for his kind­ness in reading the proofs of this book and in suggesting additions.
E. V. L.
December 12, 1903.
P.S.—The sheets of the one-inch ordnance map of Sussex are fourteen in all, their numbers running thus:
301 Haslemere
302 Horsham
303 T. Wells
304 Tenterden
316 Fareham
.317 Chichester
318 Brighton
319 Lewes
320 Hastings
332 Bognor
,333 Worthing
334 Eastbourne
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