Highways and Byways in Sussex - online book

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

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said, with that exquisite simplicity of exaggeration of which the secret also has been lost, that for him " the very marble might weep." Friston Place, the home of the Selwyns, has some noble timbers, and a curious old donkey-well in the garden.
West Dean, which is three miles to the west, by a bleak and lonely road amid hills and valleys, is just a farm yard, with remains of very ancient architecture among the barns and ricks. The village, however, is more easily reached from Alfriston than Eastbourne.
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